Roger Goodell isn’t exactly someone who NFL fans love to talk about. Actually, it’s really just the opposite. So, when Goodell took to Twitter to announce a deal between the NFL and the social media site for Thursday Night Football in 2016, fans didn’t really have any interest in talking about that.
Here’s what Goodell posted:
— Roger Goodell (@nflcommish) April 5, 2016
Wonderful, now as Arielle Aronson of FOX Sports pointed out, people tweeted back about everything BUT the actual news that Goodell presented. Including things from the CTE/concussion lawsuits:
— Charlie (@charolyn_) April 5, 2016
Josh Gordon’s potential reinstatement:
— Dom Rapp (@SirDomRapp) April 5, 2016
The always wonderful topic of “Deflategate:”
— CRL (@Lindowitz) April 5, 2016
And the Rams moving from St. Louis to Los Angeles:
.@nflcommish hey remember when you stole my childhood team from me and didn't tweet about it once during the entire process but this is cool
— John (@johnjf125) April 5, 2016
This was just a few of the things that were tweeted back to Goodell, as domestic violence came up, and pretty much any other negative thing that Goodell has done or been involved with was also tweeted by someone, somewhere.
People really aren’t the biggest fans of Goodell, to say the least.