Negro Felon League Week 14: Empty Seat Circus Continues

Lee Rogers
Daily Stormer
December 11, 2017

The circus known as the Negro Felon League is now in its 14th week of the season. As expected, the league continues to be plagued with empty seats. This has become a permanent phenomenon and it is not going away anytime soon. The national anthem protests by these monkey ball players have completely ruined the league’s brand.

Tickets were being sold for as low as $5 a seat as was the case for the Bills versus Colts game.

Here are just a few of the many images documenting the half empty stadiums seen throughout the league.

In what was arguably the top highlight of the league this week, an overgrown football ape named Quinton Jefferson tried to fight fans who threw beer at him. The incident occurred after he was ejected from the game while leaving the field.

Questions about the league’s concussion protocol arose when Texans quarterback Tom Savage appeared to suffer a seizure following a hit. While what exactly happened to him is up for debate, it brought into question the league’s ability to protect the players. The subject has been a hugely controversial topic over the past several years. Several former players have committed suicide as a result of concussions they suffered while playing the game.

Point blank, it was another horrible week for the league and it will only get worse. The boomer aged team owners recently extended league commissioner Roger Goodell’s contract. They even agreed to pay him the outrageous sum of $200 million. Why they would agree to pay him such an obscene amount of money is difficult to comprehend. This is the man who has overseen the ruination of the league’s brand. Even the New York Post wrote a piece noting how dumb this was.

It sure is fun to document the league’s continued cultural decline though. I think we all look forward to the day when these team owners and the league itself is forced into bankruptcy.