Of course you want to see Raiders fans fighting each other during Monday’s game against the Chargers. We’re not talking just a small fracas. This is the fight where a woman didn’t want cops putting handcuffs on her. The one where a guy wearing a Howie Long jersey is brawling with another Raiders fan. And all of this is in the front row of the lower level.
It sure looks like Roger Goodell’s fan experience initiatives are working.
“We had like 15 arrests, 80 ejections, and that’s pretty much normal for a Monday night game, division rival,” said J.D. Nelson, public information officers for the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office.
The sheriff’s office estimates Oakland Police made a similar amount of arrests and ejections.
Fans said on Tuesday that going through airport type security was no problem, but they noted that were still isolated incidents of misbehavior in the stands.
Guess this is the isolated incident.