Security at Qualcomm Stadium was forced to eject an entire section of the upper deck on Sunday during the Chargers’ regular season finale win over the Raiders. That is such a Raiders game thing. The video above shows the aftermath, with the ghost town of what used to be Section 47.
Footage of the fracas is below. Can’t believe there wasn’t anything better to do than fight during a Week 17 game between two deadweight teams.
— One of the guys responsible for killing Sean Taylor, and the only one who has yet been tried, wrote to Taylor’s family to apologize for what happened to the original Meast. Welp, all’s forgiven, I’m sure.
— Dog howls along to “Hail to the Redskins”. Dan Snyder to sue dog for copyright infringement any day now.
— Ray Lewis is likely headed to ESPN when he retires. That was bound to happen. As irritating as Ray can be, he’s not the worst former player for ESPN to bring on. He has a good rapport with a lot of players, plus maybe he make with the stab-stab on Chris Berman.
— Adrian Peterson would like to get in on special teams, specifically field goal blocking. That’s nice and all, but leave the scutwork to the Tim Tebow types. Also, it’s like Purple Jesus wants to get hurt again.
— Wes Welker led the NFL in drops this season. Something to keep in mind next time Dan Dierdorf tells you he make a particular catch 99 times out of 100. For what it’s worth, he was also tied for second in the league in catches.
— Lambeau Field is cutting off alcohol sales a quarter earlier than usual for the Vikings-Packers game. That’s all right. I’m sure Green Bay fans have some nice alcohol-infused cheeses they can sneak in.
— Dallas fan disposes of a Tony Romo jersey by taking a washing machine with it. Appropriately, the man misses twice before hitting the necessary shot to make machine go boom.