This is probably the most interesting comment in the piece. I think it's valid to an extent, but the key difference is that we choose to be fans of the team, whereas the team chose him. But how can we expect him to keep going out there and giving his all when the St. Louis fans won't even be there to cheer him on? Economics aside, I'd be pretty frustrated if I had just made a great play and wanted to share my excitement with the crowd, but when I looked up all I saw was opposing jerseys where I'd hoped to see friends and supporters. Speaking of leaving town, I reckon a player would have to take the fan support into account when deciding whether to re-sign; he might get to feeling unappreciated here.
One more thing: If Jackson thinks it's inexcusably wrong for Rams fans to sell their tickets to the highest, out-of-town bidder, we'll see if he holds himself to that same standard when he becomes a free agent.