After Monday Night NFL Debacle, Packers Fans to Institute Replacement Crowd
NEW YORK (Sportsman’s Daily Wire Service) The NFL league office is bracing for what most likely be a much lower level of fandom for the foreseeable future.
Monday’s night blatantly blown call in the waning seconds of the game between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks had fans everywhere screaming foul. It was evident to nearly everyone that the ball was intercepted by M.D. Jennings, however the stunning decision awarded the ball to Seattle receiver Golden Tate.
“Yeah, that call pretty much put it over the top for us. These replacement refs the NFL is sticking us with are the pits.” said veteran Green Bay fan, Lars Rundgren. “So um, we’ve decided to have ourselves replaced by a much lower level of misinformed fans. From now own the stands will be populated by librarians, seamstresses, conspiracy theorists, and Italian widows. Let’s see how that plays with the boys at the league office.”
The groundswell in Green Bay seems to be catching on in major markets like New York and Chicago.
“We’re with our Packers brethren.” said Ernie Labar of Teaneck, New Jersey, a lifelong New York Giants fan. “We’re replacing our crowd with cardboard cutouts of Clay Aiken.”