Goodell has yet to listen to reason. He stubbornly refuses to believe his eyes. But you know what he believes?
Money, that’s what.
Money is Goodell’s God. Money is the God of these chucklehead owners. So, if Goodell wants to lock out the real officials, then fans ought to lock out the NFL’s corporate sponsors who represent a big chunk of the NFL’s God.
Here’s my idea: Make the corporate sponsors question their investment in this clown college.
Stay away from the people who happily identify themselves as official NFL sponsors. Boycott them and let everybody know it on every social media outlet.
Swoosh this, Nike.
Stick it, Pepsi.
From Twitter to Facebook, it’s not that hard to make this boycott work. Bring sanity back to the NFL 140 characters at a time.
If the NFL continues to insist on forcing fake officials into deciding the season, then we all need to tweet that we’re officially buying the competing product of the NFL’s official sponsors.
I’m going Goodyear, Bridgestone.
Corona is taking me miles away from the ordinary, Bud.
The idea is to make the money train run over Goodell and the inert idiots running the teams. It’s the only thing they understand, so it’s worth a shot to make them understand how much we hate what they’ve done to the game in this situation.
I don’t know if a boycott of NFL sponsors could work. But it’s only a couple sentences at a time and not even that if we all start retweeting.
We have to get their attention, and the threat of losing money does that, believe me.
And believe me about this: I love Coke. Coming to a tweet near you.