How New Orleans Should Treat Roger Goodell, As Taught By Stone Cold Steve Austin

By: 01.29.13  •  6 Comments

As most of you know, Roger Goodell will be entering the Heart of Darkness this week as he has to walk the streets of New Orleans – the town that hates him more than it hates any other human being in the world. Most people in NOLA are plotting ways to make his trip a living Hell (he just better get his food shipped in from Atlanta to be safe).

While trying to decide the best ways to ruin his week, I realized the blueprint has already been set by one Stone Cold Steve Austin. He also hated the guy running his business and since Roger Goodell is the real-life petty, evil Mr. McMahon it just makes sense to follow Austin’s methods. From the moment Goodell arrives to the day he leaves, here are the steps to ruining his week that every New Orleanian should follow.

Thanks Stone Cold for your infinite wisdom.

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Wednesday – The Rental Car – Good ol’ Rog will undoubtedly need to get a rental car when he arrives in the Crescent City on Sunday night after the Pro Bowl. That’s when one heroic citizen should take Steve Austin’s plan and load up his spiffy Finemobile with all the cement you can find. Then let the Seattle Seahawks secondary come and piss on top of it.

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