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Even if you’re trying to bring the NFL to its knees because it black-balled Kaepernick, there are still plenty of reasons to boycott the No Fun League (NFL)

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The NFL was already suffering a serious numbers dip in its TV ratings and stadium attendance, and that was before the boycott of the league, in support of Colin Kaepernick.

But even if you’re not down with BLM or trying to bring the NFL to its knees because it black-balled Kaepernick, for his silent protest of racial injustice, during the national anthem, there are still plenty of reasons to boycott the No Fun League– Here are seven!

#1. Seeing a game costs too much

Ticket prices are way too expensive, not to mention the line of credit you gotta secure just to visit concessions. That’s just Diddying money away!

#2. Season Pass is… Meh

The NFL season pass and season ticket, to watch out of market games is overrated, like Game Of Thrones

#3. The Game is Soft

It’s no longer a brutal sport with all the new rules protecting the players– We tune in for the violence!

#4. Too Many Games

They saturate television with too many games, so it’s not so special to watch. The NFL is on TV more than Law & Order reruns.

#5. Too Much Milly Rock-ing

I have to see it everywhere else and now it’s nearly after every score… Way too many dudes hitting a Milly Rock… We good over here, bruh!

#6. We have Fantasy Football

Fantasy Football is bigger than the actual game, so who needs to tune in anyway! Just watch Sports Center to catch the highlights. (Well, Sports Center is also annoying, but that’s a whole other fish.)

#7. C’mon, we already know this year’s champion…

The Patriots are going to win again anyway, so it’s no drama at all. Whether it’s Deflate Gate, Spy Gate or Enemy By The Gate, they’ll find a way to win. So just fit Tom Brady for another ring now and prepare to let Gronk loose on the town after the Superbowl Parade.

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