NFL In Toronto Is Punch-y, Fight-Friggin’-Tastic



The NFL is in year two of its experiment to bring football to the fine folks of Toronto.

It seems to be going well. Fans actually show up to the games. They eat the overpriced Canadian bacon burgers and really drink the Molson. (The Jets won, but that really doesn’t matter.)

We mean really pound the Molson.

This is what happens in the stands when you put Jets and Bills fan together with some serious alcohol consumption.

The Bills might have lost on the field but that didn’t stop the fans from doing what they do best.


Old biker type guys? Check. Young fratties? Check. Guys wearing really horrible sweaters getting drilled in the temple? Check. Concourse brawls right in front of Toronto police? Why not?!?

Toronto media says that the Bills in Canada experiment has been a huge disaster, we say they are wrong.

“There’s no arguing with the fact this has been a sports marketing disaster of epic proportions,” Globe and Mail columnist Stephen Brunt wrote (earlier this month).

And the headline above a Toronto Sun column by Ken Fidlin read “Bills-in-Toronto Experiment DOA.”

If videos like these keep coming out of the experiment, we’ll give these games all the pub they could ever want. Busted Coverage just became a huge supporter of American football in Canada.

I started Busted in 2007, sold it in 2011 and Coed kept me around to run this operation. Based in Ohio. Contact me: @bustedcoverage
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