Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Right on the heart!

Football fans have reacted to the constant player protests and national anthem controversies in a way that the NFL simply can’t miss: They’re not watching.

They’re turning off the television rather than have their game night ruined with talk of Black Power and racism and … Colin Kaepernick. They’ve had enough.


Anonymous said...

I gave up on NFL thugs and spoiled brats maybe ten years ago. I think it's been that long since I watched a Superbowl or any NFL game. Fuggem all. If coaches and owners can't make their multimillionaire thugs and brats act like - well - gentlemen or sportsmen, fuggemall.
We don't need them - they need us - fuggemall.
Lt. Col. Gen. Tailgunner dick

Tom Smith said...

I stopped when the "Pander in Pink" thing started and the ability to make hard contact stopped. You can make a graph of the fall in the NFL and the rise of MMA.

Deplorable be Helly said...

If I had a TV, I would protest the NFL by not watching. Does sorting seashells count?

leelu said...

Helly: yes.

I'd have to somehow start watching them so I could them boycott.

To quote LtCGT Dick:

Anonymous said...

Down here on the Nature Coast of Fla, the folks in Inverness raised hell at the Walmart because they had a big NFL display as you walked in. Ole Wally himself tore that sucker down due to customer pressure. Take that Kapernick. USA...etc.. -Anymouse

molonlabe28 said...

I haven't watched the NFL in several decades.

It's like watching paint dry.

My wife drags me to college football games (I was even at the Battle of Bristol a couple of weeks ago), which I attend because I am a good husband.

I attend ~ 10 or so NASCAR races per year, and we never have anti-Americanism or Black Live Matter/Black Panther problems at the racetracks.

It's a great sport.

We even have our own flag.

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