The NFL is bleeding money. Thanks to their disastrous decision to allow their players to insult American veterans, police, and every other patriot before each game, they are watching their ticket sales dwindle, their television ratings plummet, and their merchandising revenue fall into oblivion. Unwilling to take the firm stand against SJW America and simply tell these players to either stand for the anthem or get the hell off the field, the NFL brass is poised to watch things get even worse with the upcoming season. If we haven’t already reached the point of no return, we almost certainly will have found it by the time the Super Bowl rolls around in January.
Oh, but wait! The NFL has a secret weapon!
NFL fans will see history made this season, and it has nothing to do with what goes on between the goalposts.
The Los Angeles Rams and the New Orleans Saints will have male cheerleaders dancing on their squads for the first time.
Dancers Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies have been preparing for the NFL season since they made the Rams cheerleading squad in March.
“Still can’t believe I’m one of the first males in history to be a pro NFL cheerleader!” Jinnies tweeted after being selected.
Other teams, like the Indianapolis Colts and the Baltimore Ravens, have stuntmen, USA Today reported, but Peron and Jinnies will be dancing alongside their female teammates and doing the same moves.
We’ve talked to a lot of football fans over the past year who have been so disgusted with the anthem protests that they have either turned off the game entirely or are on the verge of doing so. When asked what the league could do to win back their longtime support, not a single one of them said, “You know, if they would just throw a couple of male cheerleaders into the mix, I could be tempted back.” Maybe they just weren’t as forward-thinking as the geniuses in NFL management?
Nearly two decades ago, WWE emperor Vince McMahon introduced the XFL in an attempt to compete with the big leagues and give football fans something to watch during the offseason. The execution was lacking and the league quickly faded. Now McMahon is planning the bring the league back, and something tells us there won’t be any anthem protests or jiggling dudes on the sidelines. That may be all it takes to make the XFL into a raging success this time around. Because no doubt about it – the NFL is fumbling badly.