Well it’s June NFL fans, which means all we need to do is get this pesky summer over with, and we’re back in the NFL sweet spot.
Let’s look at all of the action ahead in our June News!
Are you excited for the upcoming NFL season, or are you dreading another miserable season for your squad?
Are you ready for the NFL London games for 2022?
If you haven’t been locked in a cave, then you know that we have some pretty sweet games on tap for this autumn, as we get the Minnesota Vikings vs New Orleans Saints on October 2nd, New York Giants vs Green Bay Packers on Oct 9th, and finally the Denver Broncos roll into Wembley to take on the Jacksonville Jaguars on October 30th for a spooky Hallo’s eve contest.
Tickets for the Tottenham games go on sale on Monday June 20th for season ticket holders, and premium packages for the games will go on sale on June 22nd.
Prices for the games will range from £64 for category seven nose-bleeders to season tickets for both games in the sweet seats for £292.
Make sure that you get your tickets early and you DON’T bother with ticket scalpers.
Wembley game tickets will go on sale soon-watch this space.
The Browns went all in on Deshaun Watson, pulling back the towel and letting all the bits hang-but will he be hanging with the team this year?
Another allegation is rubbing and tugging on Watson, as the Browns get that icky feeling that they might need the snubbed services of Baker Mayfield for 2022 if Watson gets iced for a bunch of games.
While nothing has been proven in court, the court of public opinion os slowly turning the tide on the Browns as this saga goes on.
Let’s hope it all gets settled and the Browns can go back doing what they do best, frustrating their fans.
Spanos in the Works
Speaking of owners, Chargers owner Dean Spanos is being sued by his sister over claims of misogyny in the organisation.
Dea Spanos (really mom & dad?)-said that her brothers acted out of a sense of entitlement, and subverted women’s rights in their wrestling of control of the team.
Dean Spanos was quick to retort ‘Shut the fuck up Karen’and get back to the kitchen’.
Attention Denver shoppers, there is a blue light special in aisle 7, as Rob Walton snaps up the Denver Broncos for a whopping 4.65 billion dollars.
It’s the highest price ever for an NFL team, and one that will make all the other owners happy as clams, pushing the value of their product even further.
Walton is one of the heirs to the Walmart empire, and should be an interesting owner in terms of his net worth-as some of the Walton kids hover around the $58B.
Not too shabby, and puts him in the upper echelons of the richest NFL owners.
Other teams that might be next on the sales block includes The New Orleans Saints, the Chicago Bears; Seattle Seahawks, LA Chargers and of course the Washington Commanders.
Out of the top 100 viewed programs on American TV last year, 92 of them were NFL games-meaning this game is only getting bigger. (or all other wokey TV is just crap).
Dancer Jennifer Lopez has looked back at her 2020 SuperBowl halftime performance with Shakira, and called it the ‘worst decision in the world’, putting decisions of genocide, purges and holocausts on the back burner.
Despite barely being a singer, actor, or influencer, Lopez felt that having two headliners on the stage would distract the fans, who of course were only at the SuperBowl to watch menopausal women gyrate while children in cages watched on helplessly.
Even Janet Jackson’s nipple was heard to comment ‘WTF girl!’
Jebbifer make the remarks in an upcoming documentary about her vapid life, while Shakira loves anything that isn’t a comment on her marital demise to a much younger football player.
At least they both had to pay to perform, which is the lesson really learned here.
Do you guys want to join in some NFL pools for the 2022 season?
We’re looking at expanding on our fantasy offerings, and would love to get your input.
What kind of season long fantasy would you guys like to get involved in? How much do you want to spend to enter?
Let’s do this!