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"I just want to address that," Jackson said. "That booing situation, like, that's not us. That's to all my Chicago Bears fans. If you're a real Bears fan, a fan of any one of the Chicago Bears, the way we handle the situation of booing, things like that, it's called adversity. As a fan, as a player, in life, we're going to go through that.
"For them to start booing, that's something that we don't take kindly, we don't accept, we don't like. I just want to speak to the fans on that part. All the booing, we need to cut that out. It's football, we get it. Trust me, we're more frustrated than you guys are, and we don't boo our teammates. It's just a fact that they'll boo us now and cheer for us later. I feel like if you're going to ride, you're going to ride all the way. You're going to ride through the ups and downs.
"Especially on offense. For them to build the chemistry and the confidence that we need them to have, our fans booing them, it's not acceptable. If that makes any sense. Like, we get it. We understand. We get it. But at the same time, we cheer for each other. We lift each other up. If it's not working, don't boo. Lift each other up. The one thing about our defense is we always want to put the offense on our back."
"I don't care if the offense is doing horrible, booing is not acceptable," Jackson said. "When times get hard, you don't kick anyone when they're down; you pick them up. If the offense is not scoring and you see they're not scoring, don't boo, cheer for them. Lift them up.
"Your quarterback, he needs the confidence. You got to build him up, let him know, 'We're still rocking with you.' Let the offense know, 'We're still rocking with you.' Don't boo them. That's just one of the things I don't like.
"You got to understand he's a quarterback. He's a young quarterback. It's his third year, second year in a new offense. He needs as much confidence as he can get. It's a lot of talk going on about him on the Internet, things like that, and as a player, you're a human being. You can say you don't pay attention to this, you don't pay attention to that, but at the same time, you're human.
"When you come out there in your home stadium, where you're supposed to be the man, the guy, and they're booing you. Come on, man, that's unacceptable."