Now what comes next is the big part. People are already calling for Roger Goodell's head on a platter, so the commish better have something to say, or even just go along with all of the fans of the NFL and just pay the normal officials. But what he can't do is nothing. The last play of this game is going to be talked about for 59 out of the 60 minutes of SportsCenter, for the next year and a half, and we all know it too. As fans, we have been patient...for the most part. It's time that we are given back the sport we love with the integrity that it deserves. I feel like the final play of Monday night's game could not have happened at a better time. Although it was unfortunate that it had to happen to the Packers, it was fortunate to happen on such an enormous prime time stage, on ESPN, with a post game crew waiting on the sidelines to do their usual post game wrap up. The world was watching, hell, Goodell was even watching; I mean come on, its Monday Night Football. Below are some tweets that I found while watching twitter explode last night. Most of them I found pretty humorous.
The NFL athletes, no matter how many misspellings, no matter how many racial slurs, no matter the amount of incorrect grammar, may actually be onto something with their tweets. Get fined enough money to pay the referees. Genius, simply genius.
Also, I did not post any on here, but if you get a chance, take a look at all of the mentions including Goodell's twitter @nflcommish. It's good for a couple of laughs.
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