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American Flag Loving Fans Just Got Ultimate Payback On NFL Player Who Wore Nasty Kaepernick Cleats

Trump loves this & so do we!

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Since the NFL just doesn’t seem to even want to stop the rapid fan loss thanks to the so-called activism of its illiterate ball tossing employees’ shenanigans the powers that be declared that this weekend there will be a ‘My Cause, My Cleats’ campaign.

NFL ball tossers, who hardly know how to read, write, or speak proper English, are this weekend being encouraged to wear custom cleats to highlight a cause or charity that’s particularly important to the player. Most players have chosen cancer and other diseases as their cause, while others have chosen mental issue awareness issues and even feeding the needy. But we all know by now that there has to be at least one ungrateful bum that has to turn this into a political social justice statement.

This time it was “Rishard Matthews,” who now plays for the Tennessee Titans but was a former college teammate of the ball tosser Colin Kaepernick while he was attending Nevada. So, of course, he has to take it upon himself to defend the failed Forty Niner Quarterback.

But as we all know Karma has a way of taking care of business. Matthews must have been devastated when he was unable to get onto the field this weekend with his special cleats because the Titans listed him as inactive right before the game due to a “hamstring injury.”

Via The Comeback:

Colin Kaepernick isn’t employed, primarily because Colin Kaepernick isn’t very good

After starting the whole kneeling movement during the national anthem movement, which is effectively leading to the demise of the NFL. The ungrateful spoiled brat who makes 120 million dollars per contract while being a third-rate quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, has now taken to his knees for a whole other reason. To beg for a job!

Yup. it’s definitely starting to look like no one wants the drama Kaepernick started after he was benched for playing poorly for the San Francisco Forty-Niners last year. I have received multiple notifications this morning from my phone telling me that this has-been, never-was is now changing his tune and is promising to stand during the national anthem if allowed to play ball again. Convictions are easy to stand up for unless it affects your pocketbook, right Kap?

Poor Kap, he tried being anti-American in order to deflect from the fact that he’s just not that good, and definitely not 120 million dollars good. But it backfired on him. Now no one wants to hire him because of the mess he caused. Poor thing, maybe he can play for “The Somali Football League,” I’m sure his girlfriend, who has ties to radical Islam, can hook him up.

Is Kaepernick being blackballed by the NFL, or is he not as good as he’s been led to believe?

Richard Sherman and others are concerned that nobody wants Colin Kaepernick because the outspoken quarterback is perhaps too outspoken. He quietly protested the national anthem by taking a knee when it was played before games in 2016, and now there’s a belief that teams don’t want that kind of First Amendment exercising in their locker rooms.

I can’t provide any more proof that teams aren’t blackballing Kaepernick than Sherman can that teams are blackballing him. But I do think history indicates that Kaepernick’s on-field performance has more to do with his lack of employment opportunities than anything else. Here are the reasons why.

1. Kaepernick isn’t a good NFL quarterback

Never really was, although he did take the league by storm, a la Robert Griffin III, early in his career. That was back when defensive coordinators and personnel were still shocked by such uniquely athletic quarterbacks and hadn’t yet figured out how to stop them. Then they did, and Kaepernick was exposed.

Once the league caught up to him, it became obvious that Kaepernick doesn’t know how to hit secondary reads or even consistently manage an NFL offense under center. He misses too many easy passes and bails far too early on promising plays.

In his last four seasons, Kaepernick has completed fewer than 60 percent of his passes, averaging just 7.1 yards per attempt. His 85.9 passer rating since the start of 2014 ranks 25th among 29 quarterbacks who have made at least 25 starts in that span.

That is not a small sample. Statistically and empirically, Kaepernick hasn’t performed consistently well since the 2013 playoffs.

2. Michael Vick, Greg Hardy, Adam Jones, Aldon Smith, Chris Culliver

Vick and his associates murdered dogs, Hardy was arrested for choking his girlfriend and throwing her onto a couch full of assault rifles. Jones pleaded no contest to conspiracy to commit disorderly conduct in connection to a Las Vegas strip club shooting that left a man partially paralyzed. Smith has been arrested at least five times since coming into the league. When asked if there were any gay players on his team, Culliver — who also has a rap sheet — once said this:

“No, we don’t got no gay people on the team, they gotta get up out of here if they do…. Can’t be with that sweet stuff. Nah…can’t be…in the locker room man. Nah.”
All of those guys found work after those incidents, because the NFL is a screwy business in which teams have always been willing to sacrifice moral high ground in order to win. And the better you are, the more likely you are to gain a second, third, fourth, fifth chance.

There’s no other way to explain why those five found new jobs, along with other talented turds. You know, guys like Michael Floyd, Ahmad Brooks, Ray McDonald, Adrian Peterson, Rolando McClain, Albert Haynesworth, Perrish Cox, Kenny Britt, Aqib Talib, Rey Maualuga, Brandon Marshall, Terrell Suggs, Joey Porter, Randy Starks, Frostee Rucker, Santonio Holmes, Kevin Williams, Nick Harper, Tank Williams, Michael Pittman, Muhsin Muhammad, Corey Dillon, Rod Smith and Ray Lewis.

If teams were willing to take the PR hits associated with employing those players, surely some would be willing to sign a guy like Kaepernick, whose jersey sales skyrocketed after he began protesting the anthem last year. Unless, of course, Kaepernick isn’t a good quarterback.

3. He probably thinks he’s a good quarterback

I know — EJ Manuel, Kellen Moore, Mark Sanchez, Zach Mettenberger, Brian Hoyer, Nick Foles, Colt McCoy, Josh McCown, Matt Barkley, Brandon Weeden, Scott Tolzien and Ryan Mallett all have jobs, and none of those guys are very good. In fact, I don’t think anyone would argue that any of the quarterbacks I just listed are better than Kaepernick.

But that doesn’t mean much, because none are viewed as starters, none are paid as starters and none pretend to be starters. They’re on rosters as quarterback insurance, and most of them are regular pocket quarterbacks who can serve as a poor man’s version of the starter they’re backing up.

In that respect, Kaepernick’s unique skill set could be hurting him. He isn’t a carbon copy of anything. He’s the type of player that you build an offense around if he’s good enough. But if he’s not good enough, there isn’t much of a role for him.

Kaepernick is also a bigger celebrity than every backup in the league, which could have him and his agent seeking a contract that will pay him something at least close to the $14.3 million he made in 2016. But nobody listed above is slated to make more than $6 million in 2017, and most will make a hell of a lot less than that.

That same dynamic might also explain why the more accomplished Jay Cutler remains a free agent. But nobody is suggesting he’s been blackballed.

Kaepernick isn’t very good, but for years he’s been led to believe otherwise. In a league where teams refuse to give up on talented turds but can live without semi-talented good guys, that’s the primary reason why he continues to linger on the free agent market.

Hey NFL, instead of promoting these bums as “Social Justice Warriors” who give a crap about anything other than themselves and their own pocketbooks, what the NFL should have done is put a stop to this malarky when Colin Kaepernick first decided, with the encouragement from his Islamic girlfriend, that it was a great idea to kneel during the national anthem in order to deflect from the fact that he’s just a piss poor player and was about to be cut from the 49ers organization anyways. That was the moment to stop it.

Now it just seems like the NFL is asking us fans to stay away, it’s like they are taunting us with these asinine programs!

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BREAKING News About The NFL – It Finally Happened To Every Racist Player!

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When most Americans turn on the television to watch a football game, the last thing they want is to be bombarded with is the political viewpoints of spoiled millionaire athletes whining about their “oppression” of living in America. The NFL has a catastrophe on their hands at this point, as their racist players are now turning away fans in droves, as we continue to see empty stadiums at many games each week. Week 14 was the last chance the NFL had to get back on track, preventing coal from being delivered to their holiday stockings just before the holidays. But unfortunately, that didn’t happen. After ignoring their patriotic fan base for months, the NFL could be on their way to bankruptcy after learning the startling new price that NFL tickets are going for.

Veteran AF reported:

The NFL is having such a tough time filling seats that reports are saying in some cases tickets are selling for as little as three dollars a seat on the secondary market. By the beginning of December, tickets have rapidly dropped in price thanks to empty seats that outnumber fans. Tickets were going for an average of $85 according to a website that tracks the cost of a fan experience at stadiums. Things have gotten so terrible that teams are being forced to inform people that ticket prices are being cut just to peak any interest. So far it is not working.

What’s even more hilarious is that owners will soon be giving seats away for free just to create the illusion that the league is “recovering.” But just like any company in existence, profits are what drives the market and if things continue, the NFL could soon be forced to cut the salaries of these millionaire athletes just to keep their heads above the water. Not only are these racists athletes being hit with the reality that no one gives a crap about their disgusting antics on the football field, but their cushy multi-millionaire salaries that they continue to take for granted could be drastically cut overnight.

Breitbart reported that addition into literally giving tickets away at this point, viewership is down by a startling 30%. “The Week 14 SNF tilt between the Ravens and the Steelers ended up a 39-38 victory for Pittsburgh. However, the game was down 30% in the ratings from last year’s Week 14 match-up between the Giants and Cowboys.”

To add insult to injury, the ratings began to plummet as soon as President Trump told patriotic Americans to boycott the NFL, telling owners to “get that son of a b***** of the field.

According to The Washington Times:

An analysis released Friday by CNBC found that ticket prices during the first three games of the 2017 season enjoyed a 20-40 percent increase over last year, but then skidded in Week 4 and actually dropped by 2 percent in Week 5.

The timing coincides with the uproar following President Trump’s criticism of the protests on Sept. 22, which prompted nearly 200 players to sit or take a knee during the national anthem in the Sept. 24-25 games in Week 3.

Is it any wonder that Americans are fed the hell up? Not only are these morons disrespecting our Soldiers and police officers every time they take a knee, but now they’re flashing black power salutes anytime they tackle white players on the field, as they continue to proclaim their supremacy over the white race.

“It is hard to believe a sport so popular could ever fall so far out of favor. Just a couple of years ago the NFL was a juggernaut that could not be stopped. Prices were at an all-time high, and seats were generally filled to capacity. Everything has changed now and it’s all because of a bunch of spoiled brats who can’t separate their job from their political beliefs,” Veteran AF went on. 

It’s hilarious that karma is smacking these players right between their eyes right before Christmas. If the NFL at this point can’t even sell tickets for $3 and is forced to give them away, that type of business model is not sustainable, and the only thing left at that point will be for the NFL to start cutting the salaries of these “oppressed” millionaires.

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BREAKING: Miracle On Ice Team Captain Just BRUTALLY Schooled Lindsey Vonn After She Trashes Trump – She’s DONE!

She got knocked right on her Face!

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Ever since Trump won the election, liberals have been melting down in epic fashion. The great meltdown of snowflakes hasn’t been contained to just brainwashed liberals who believed that Obama was their messiah, it spread far & wide to include celebrities & sports figures & continues to this day.

We’ve seen entire NFL teams, spurred on by Colin Kaepernick’s example, disrespect the national anthem & our soldiers because President Trump said that they should stand & honor them. NBA players like the Warrior’s Stephen Curry have been disinvited from visiting the White House because of their hatred of Trump. Even some college basketball teams snubbed the president by declining invitations to visit the capitol.

The latest professional athlete to disrespect President Trump is 33-year-old Gold Medal skier, Lindsey Vonn.

In an interview last week, Vonn told CNN that if she is on the US Winter Olympic team competing in Pyeongchang, South Korea, that she will “represent the people of the United States, not the president.” When asked if she would accept an invitation from President Trump to visit the White House if she won in the Olympics Vonn replied, “Absolutely not.”

The backlash was immediate. Amanda Shea of Freedom Daily wrote:

Vonn just slipped down the biggest downward slope of her career that’s become all too familiar in the sports industry. Just like sponsors in the NFL fled in droves after major profit losses caused by protesting players, this Olympian is starting to feel the pain of making divisive statements where they don’t belong. After doubling down on her tasteless remark by adding, “I want to represent our country well,” Vonn explained. “I don’t think that there are a lot of people currently in our government that do that,” one of her biggest sponsors realized what a liability to their business she is.

Fans are already responding to the comments in the same way they did to the National Anthem kneelers in the NFL. A trending hashtag #BoycottUnderArmour has already picked up a lot of steam since she made her anti-Trump statements. We’ve already seen that this is more than words. Pro-Trump Americans will adamantly stand by our president and do exactly as they say they will – boycott a brand, a sport, an event, and anything else that condones anti-American attitudes.

Of course, Vonn experienced more Trump Train karma when she was injured during practice, yesterday. Her injuries forced her to withdraw from the World Cup, and she may not even get to compete in the Winter Olympics.

Now, Vonn is being slapped in the face for disrespecting Trump by one of her own. Olympic gold medalist Mike Eruzione, who “captained the 1980 U.S. men’s hockey team in a stunning victory over Russia in a game that has since become known as the “Miracle on Ice,” told Fox & Friends that Vonn should respect President Trump.

Via the Conservative Tribune:

“In an appearance on “Fox & Friends” on Saturday, Eruzione said that commander-in-chief ought to be respected.

“First of all, we had the honor of going to the White House, and if you will remember, at a very difficult time,” Eruzione recalled, noting that the victory came at the height of the Iranian hostage crisis and President Jimmy Carter’s unpopularity.

“President Carter had announced they were boycotting the (1980 Moscow) summer games, so a lot of Olympians weren’t very happy with President Carter and his decision.”

Nevertheless, Eruzione went, even though he faced questions over the boycott.

“I’m kind of an old school guy, I respect the presidency,” Eruzione said. “I respect the White House. I respect who is in that White House.”

“If it’s her choice not to go, that’s fine, but boy, I treasured my visit.”

It is, of course, Vonn’s choice. This being said, vitiating the quality of American discourse at this acrimonious juncture isn’t the spirit of the Olympics.

As bad as liberals may think Donald Trump is, few remember the kind of anger and rage Americans felt toward President Carter in 1980. He was despised for so many reasons, most of which were very good, and was decidedly unpopular among Olympians.

And yet, they went. They respected the office. They respected the White House. They respected the country they had done fairly well for themselves representing.

Vonn, as it turns out, might not even have to worry about a potential visit. According to the Washington Examiner, Vonn suffered a back injury during a race this weekend in St. Moritz, Switzerland.”

If butthurt liberal Lindsey Vonn wants to compete on OUR Olympic team and represent OUR great country, she had better put her personal feelings aside because guess what? President Trump is an American, also, & she’s representing him as well.

After all Trump has done & is doing for America, you’d think liberals like Vonn would show a little gratitude. It’s almost as if they hate that unemployment is at a 17 year low, the stock market is breaking records almost daily, illegal immigration is down massively, and consumer confidence is at an almost two-decade high. All of those things are good for Americans, and Trump is the one who made them happen!

If libs like Vonn don’t like what Trump is doing for our country, maybe they should go live in another one!

Share if you think President Trump should be respected for all of the great things he’s accomplished for us!

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Army-Navy Game’s Stunning National Anthem Rendition Puts Every Kneeling NFL Player To Shame

This is amazing & Trump is cheering them on!

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This afternoon was the famous yearly Army-Navy football game. They met again this year on a snowy field in Philadelphia to play a game is now an American Pastime in its self. A game that has been played for over 100 years.

This year marks the 118th time the two teams have played each other. The teams meet in a neutral city between their respective academies. Which often means they have to play in NFL stadiums due to the enormous number of active duty and veteran fans who wish to attend. This year that number was over 70 thousand people.

But this year the game meant even more. You see, before the game, the choirs of the Annapolis and West Point academies but their football rivalries aside and joined together to sing our national anthem. It was a solemn moment which was made even more beautiful by the falling snow. Just watching this will bring tears to the eyes of any Patriotic American soul who day in and day out has to witness the disrespect spoiled rich NFL ball tossers show for our nation and her flag because of so-called Social Justice.

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The 49ers’ Stadium Is As Empty As It Deserves To Be

In the last few seasons the 49ers played at Candlestick Park, I got into the gate for roughly $50 per game. The swarms of ushers and ticket-checkers customary at modern professional sports games were conspicuously absent at the old concrete bowl, and so by the end of the 2013 regular season, I’d found a permanent place in the lower level on the 45-ish-yard line (visitor’s side). I was welcomed in without a real seat by some
older white men from Berkeley who’d inherited their season tickets from their father, whom they told me had held season tickets for the 49ers’ entire 42 years at the ’Stick, and a wild, often-drunk man in his mid-30s who drove in from Fresno and wore things like Batman masks with a 49ers cape.

The two parties clashed, but that wasn’t my problem. All I knew was that I’d been fortunate to find hospitable hosts in such an incredible section and that the men from Berkeley were kind enough to regale me with stories of their memories at Candlestick from before I was born, when the 49ers were the team of the decade.

The seats faced the big hill that made up the western border of the property; when the sun began to set in usually the third quarter or so, the sky would often turn bright, vibrant colors that made the whole aesthetic more than was deserved by what was really a comically antiquated stadium that somehow smelled stale no matter what time you were there.

From those seats, I watched the peak of the Jim Harbaugh years, the ones that now seem like they’ll ultimately be but a blip on the long, extended timeline of shitty 49ers teams since Eddie DeBartolo had to give the team to his sister, Denise, who then gave it to her son, Jed York.

But the Niners couldn’t have asked for better moment with which to move the team down to Santa Clara; the last 49ers game to be played at the ’Stick was the one saved by NaVorro Bowman’s miraculous pick-six, which seemed to play out in slow motion (though that was really just because he was slow as hell running across the field). The Niners won, fireworks were shot off, and “Hello, Goodbye” blasted from the PA, an allusion to the Beatles playing their final U.S. show at the stadium back in 1966.

Less than four years later, the team finds itself amid a perfect storm of waning fan interest at its new, hyper-modern stadium 40 miles south of San Francisco.

The 49ers spent $1.3 billion to build the new stadium and, incredibly, seem not to have thought to, among other things, assess just how hot it would be on the East side of the stadium during day games, especially early in the NFL season. Photos of the empty home side of the new-ish 49ers stadium are now as much of a tradition as the yet-to-be-broken-in stadium could be said to have.

Unfortunately for the Niners, their big, glass-paneled press box faces directly into the stands hit with the most glaring rays. (The view from the opposite side of the stadium is not quite as bleak as the one offered to sportswriters.) It’s not a pretty sight, and it’s exactly what Jed York should see from his owner’s box while the team he wrested away from its only competent coach since Bill Walsh continues to not just disappoint but enrage those of us who are emotionally attached to this dumbass team.

What you are seeing in that empty-stadium porn is the result of distance from San Francisco, early-season heat, and a team that is seemingly getting more anonymous by the snap; in all, it’s schadenfreude incarnate. It’s more than that, though—corny as it is to say, it can’t be understated how much the move to a new stadium cleaved any remaining bridge between the dynasty 49ers and the 49ers of the present and future. The move did away with the shared experiences of the franchise’s best years, even if each passing year proved Candlestick to be more dilapidated and outdated.

The move severed relationships among longtime ticket holders and priced out the old guard of fans who haven’t yet accepted that watching an NFL game on the couch is much more enjoyable than it is in person and, in conjunction with the proximity to the new-monied Silicon Valley oligarchy, it drove home who NFL games are for now.

This isn’t to gloss over Candlestick’s many, many issues. Candlestick, in many ways, sucked. But it had been around forever, hosting everything from that Beatles concert to the 1989 World Series as well as anything 49ers-related. The traffic sucked (as it does at the new stadium, anyway), and it was usually windy and cold, but it was a legacy site instead of a modern marvel headlined by Michael Mina’s tailgate with appearances by Ayesha Curry.

In Santa Clara, fans get more amenities (and, thankfully, wider concourses), but without character or any real indication that the football is the main event—though, really, why should it be?

Realistically, the focus on more amenities has fucked the 49ers in another way: with concourses and suites and porches from which to watch the game, it takes a lot of butts out of seats—which is, at least from a non–front office perspective, all anyone can quantify, anyway.

Most of this was fully within the 49ers’ control, but they are suffering the misfortune of the football product collapsing just as they needed fans to become more committed to spending money, time, and other resources to watch games in person. Those stands are not just empty of bored fans who don’t want to sit in traffic to get roasted in the sun all Sunday watching a terrible team. (Though, for most reasonable people, that should be enough.) What people across the country may not see is how at the beginning of the fourth season in Santa Clara, the stadium has failed to be any more broken in than it was when it opened. Candlestick was a shitty home. But it was a home. The stands at Candlestick spoke loudly for the changing Bay Area; the lifelong season ticket–holders like my white pals from Berkeley blended with younger, Hispanic fans from more blended towns reaching down into San Joaquin valley.

When the team moved to Santa Clara, large swaths of those fans were cut out of the equation. Season ticket prices were reasonable—working-class friends of mine had been able to afford packages during the Alex Smith years, even—and suddenly, the privilege of watching the Niners required $4,000+ investments for anything below the 400 level. And more generally, for fans in San Francisco, the stadium might as well be on Mars. The team has attempted to provide reasonable access to Santa Clara, be it through Amtrak or Caltrain, but it’s still at the tip of a peninsula becoming more and more crowded due to booming development from the second Silicon Valley bubble.

This isn’t an accident. Teams across the four major sports have realized it is much more lucrative to cater to wealthy, mildly interested customers and corporate clientele than to the old rowdy fools in Ronnie Lott jerseys. Take the Michael Mina tailgate thing: It’s cosplay, a version of a traditional football enthusiast’s pastime laid out for the rich and snobby. It’s fine, I suppose, but inherently ridiculous. If I want to do some version of fine dining, the last place I want to be is at a football game, and if I’m at a football game, the last thing I care about is the best meal of my life. The Niners experience, I suppose, is now pitched at people who think differently. Is this working out?

I’ve been to Levi’s Stadium twice; I happened to move cross-country just weeks after the Niners lost in that wild NFC Championship against the Seahawks. I flew home for the first regular season home game against the Bears. It was a somewhat unremarkable game, other than Colin Kaepernick pissing away the lead throughout the fourth quarter. I bought a standing-room ticket for $180 and wanted to die. But wildly enough, as I posted up at a railing somewhere near the 50-yard-line, who should walk in front of me, but my Candlestick friend Adam, Batman mask and all.

Later, again, strangely, I ran into my older friends from Berkeley while waiting for the Amtrak back up to the City. They’d spent 42 years on the 50-yard-line and with season tickets rights, they’d now spend their Sundays in corner endzone seats a couple levels into the sky.

My second trip to Santa Clara was different; I was covering Super Bowl 50, boiling in an auxiliary press box vaulted over the end zone on the “hot” side of the stadium, watching Cam Newton crap his pants on the field and go totally silent after the game.

Neither experience was representative of the regular season ins and outs of 49ers fans still living in the Bay Area, but when we talk about empty seats and the distance from San Francisco to Santa Clara, a lot of the immeasurable things like relationships and tradition get lost. All of it indexes in ways you can measure. Tickets on the secondary market are cheap as hell for this season already. A Seahawks-49ers game the Sunday after Thanksgiving will cost you a whole $62, thanks to wildly deflated demand. Considering the cheapest season tickets run $85 a game, it amounts to people paying not to go.

And who can blame them? When it comes to photos of the stands in Santa Clara, the joke is clearly not on the fans, but on the team ownership. It’s the 49ers, and Jed York, who look like assholes—which they are. When you see the empty home-side stands throughout the season, ask yourself what York is thinking as he sits in an air-conditioned box, taking in the same view.

It seems like the concerns over the stadium are growing within the 49ers front office. In a statement, the 49ers said:

We empathize with our fans whose experience at Levi’s Stadium Sunday may have been negatively impacted by the unseasonably warm weather the Bay Area has recently experienced. We proactively communicated the anticipated conditions to ticket holders prior to game day so that they could make the appropriate preparations. On game day, our staff worked diligently to provide fans with free water, sunscreen, cooling towels and personal misters while directing people to relief in shady or climate-controlled areas of the building.

Last year, we engaged one of the largest stadium architecture firms in the world to help us review a number of aspects of the stadium with the goal of enhancing the fan experience. Much of their feedback has been implemented this season and has already garnered a great response from our fans. We have also asked our partner to investigate feasible solutions to address concerns regarding warm weather days, both for the short and long terms.

Ostensibly, a real solution would have to be something like an FAA-compliant and earthquake-proof canopy. For now, the team should probably invest in massive numbers of giveaway sunglasses and make sure the team stores are full of tank tops to replace the long-sleeve shirts most of us own from the Candlestick days. Their scheduling suggests an awareness of the issues, with its tip-toeing around early-season Sunday afternoon games; this is not only kind of depressing, but probably untenable, and so a perfect fit for a stadium that is truly remarkable in one way: It’s already not what anybody—anybody—wants for the 49ers.

If you would have told me in back in the 80’s while I was growing up in the San Francisco Bay Area and watching Joe Montana, Steve Young, Will Clark and Jerry Rice with awe at their greatness that there would come a day that the 49er stadium would be empty I would have looked at you like you were from another planet. But that’s where we are now. The NFL as a whole is now ruined for all of us who love our nation more than we love Football. But at least we will always be able to take solace in the fact that we will always have the Army-Navy game to watch.

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