Rule addresses NFL teams with home crowds "more interesting" than its own games -- or better dressed

Rule addresses NFL teams with home crowds "more interesting" than its own games -- or better dressed

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Original Release Date: October 20, 2008
Obvious Satire, "Sports-News Wire" -- By James Alex Gerard

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Rule addresses NFL teams with home crowds "more interesting" than its own games -- or better dressed

(JG) ? No NFL team is allowed to have any home-stadium crowd that's "more interesting' to watch than any of the club's own home-stadium games themselves, the Gerard Rules Committee announced today.

In addition, the Committee ruled, no NFL team is allowed to have any home-stadium crowd that's "better dressed" than the club's own players and staff themselves.

"Officials" Discretion" will be used to determine -- and disqualify -- any teams who "violate" either or both provisions of the "new rule," the committee said. Under the new rule, the home team would "forfeit" the game, and any network coverage-time already allotted would then "shift" to "discussing" the home-stadium crowd itself, the Committee added.

The committee concluded that last year's Oakland Raiders team could face disqualification under either or both provisions of the "new rule."

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This is another satirical "news wire" story from the world of sports journalism. It's among my numerous such "news and sports stories." A collection of these could easily be compiled for use in one of those "satirical news shows," or sports shows.

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