Fox NFL Sunday has decided to go to great lengths to hide the empty seats. Check this B.S. out.
Earlier this season, the L.A. Chargers hosted the Philadelphia Eagles. The stadium was flooded with Eagles fans, and it was so bad that the Chargers QB, Phillip Rivers, essentially said that it was a ‘home game’ for the Eagles.
It certainly looked more like a home game in Philly than one in L.A.
Check it out:
— John Clark (@JClarkNBCS) October 1, 2017
It seems that Fox is worried about the same thing happening again in L.A. when the Rams meet the Eagles.
The game hadn’t been protected from flexing earlier this season, and now that the game is on, they’re pulling out all the stops. The surprise season for both teams has made this game a must-watch according to Fox reckoning. The Rams are 9-3 while the Eagles are 10-2.
But what happens if the game is heavily attended by Eagles fans?
Well, that would be embarrassing, wouldn’t it?
No worries. Fox has a plan:
Casting directors are now casting actors, models, and talent to work on Sunday, December 10th in Los Angeles, California.
Producers are seeking the following types:
We’re looking for LA’s biggest NFL fans to be a part of #NFLSunday’s Los Angeles Rams vs. Philadelphia Eagles Pre Game Show!
Calling all LA Rams fans!
To audition for a role in the upcoming NFL Sunday pre-game show, check out the casting call breakdown below.
Fox denies that they’re paying anyone:
Update (Sunday, December 10th, 2017): We have received the following statement regarding Fox NFL Sunday’s pre-game show by Eddie Motul, Vice President of Communications at FOX Sports and FS1, “We hired 1iota to help secure a live audience for tomorrow’s FOX NFL SUNDAY pregame show from the LA Coliseum. Not sure where the information in your post is coming from but it doesn’t represent our intentions accurately and because of it there is a notion among several sports blogs that we are paying actors to be Rams fans and that is absolutely not the case. Our set is located inside the stadium. Our show airs at 9 am PT when the stadium is technically not open to the public so therefore we needed to “bring in” a live audience.”
Fox NFL SUNDAY is not casting, they are not looking for actors, and no one is being paid.
Fox: The casting call still says actors not football fans.
A shirt that aptly describes the NFL — No Fans Left.
NFL’s TV ratings are plummeting as more players refuse to stand for the national anthem. It’s hard to believe that a nation that has given these players the opportunity to achieve so much is so easily disrespected. Even worse, consider the men and women who have laid down their lives so that these athletes could live in a relatively safe country and enjoy their fame and fortune.
Hard-working, patriotic Americans don’t want to watch a bunch of whiners play football. They want to watch winners.
And the best part? This shirt is made in the USA, printed in the USA, on an American-Made t-shirt press!
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