The Jaguars played so poorly that some fans lost their heads… literally
NFL fans couldn’t take their eyes off the Sunday Night Football broadcast.
It wasn’t because of the action taking place on the field, but because of something odd taking place in the stands.
Football fans noticed something odd going on during the Jaguars-Ravens game on Sunday night Credit: NBC Sports/SNF
EverBank Stadium, the home of the Jacksonville Jaguars, hosted the Baltimore Ravens for a high-powered matchup on Sunday night.
The game didn’t exactly live up to expectations though, and fans turned their attention to something the NBC broadcast picked up in the stands.
EverBank stadium has pools that fans can view the game from if they have a certain ticket package.
They were installed in 2014 during a $63 million upgrade, which also included the massive video boards at each end of the stadium.
Even in the cooler 60-degree temperatures on Sunday night, fans hopped in to make the most of their viewing experience.
That was when fans noticed something odd taking place in one of the end zone pools.
As the broadcast zoomed in on a group of people enjoying the game from the water, one of the fans appeared to have a serious issue. They were headless.
Of all the bodies in the water, one did not have a head attached to it, leading to confused fans.
“Ok but where did her head go?” one fan said.
Other fans were just grossed out that there was a communal pool in a football stadium.
“Truly the most disgusting thing I’ve seen today and I watched the Packers lose to the Bucs,” a fan said.
“This hurts my eyes,” another fan said.
“You know they are all peeing in there!” a comment said.
The fans in the pool didn’t get a great showing from the Jaguars as they fell 23-7 to the Ravens.