When you’re behaving so badly that not even Santa is going to reward you. That pretty much sums up the Eagles performance in this game. Fans were clearly so upset that they couldn’t even muster up the energy to cheer them on, and instead took to just putting them down even further. Talk about loyalty!
On the upside, the Eagles did eventually crush those Patriots, so we suppose that Santa did ultimately come through for them. We hope that guy trashed his sign.
An Attention Grabber
This sign scored all kinds of media coverage tempting the football fan analysts over at 'SI' to speculate that the misspelling was an intentional ploy by a media-savvy fan. He would probably confirm their evaluation. B-O-U-G-T. These things happen. But back to the kid’s point: If it wasn’t for that fateful field goal miss, he would be watching his beloved Minnesota Vikings in the NFL championship playoffs (possibly) crushing the Arizona Cardinals.
Instead, he’s stuck in the middle of a pack of Cheeseheads and Cardinals fans watching the Cards take on Green Bay instead of his team. Playoff tickets are tough to come by. Betting his team would make it to this division round was a good plan. At least he has a chill sense of humor about it all.
This 47-year-old Chargers fan has been a season ticket holder since he was 17 years old. No one can say just how betrayed he felt after Dean Spanos relocated the team to L.A. But, clearly, he feels ripped off. Here’s his beef: Two season ticket passes for $2,600 a year, a couple of beers and hotdogs for $48, and the final dig, a “silver spoon owner” screws over the entire San Diego fan base. “Priceless.”
Spanos’ decision may increase his investment in the franchise by a billion dollars. Forbes estimates the Spanos family assets are worth $2.4 billion, and the L.A. move may boost revenue by tens of millions of dollars each year. This fan almost lost his sign when San Diego law enforcement responded to a complaint, but the officers allowed the long-time fan to keep his sign and continue to air his grievances.
This Denver Broncos fan didn't shy away from dishing out some brutal burns to the poor Oakland Raiders. Referencing the show, The Biggest Loser in connection to the Oakland Raiders really bad performance is a pretty good one.
Also, the guy holding it up looks pretty darn serious which almost makes us think that is exactly what comes up on his DVR.
That's some high praise for that number 3 player, Russell Wilson. We wonder what the original Jesus thinks about this sign. Can Wilson be the true savior? Will there one day be scripture written about him? Probably not, but in today's football, he's all we got, so he better deliver.
We are wondering how long this sign was held up. It's likely that some loyal churchgoers got a little upset and things ended a little ugly.