Jaguars fans seem to be losing patience when it comes to the team’s failed season.
After Jacksonville’s 50-10 blows to patients on Sunday, fans planned a “clown party” for troll owner Shad Khan.
According to the Associated Press, fans who attended the Jags ’season final against the Colts at TIAA Bank Field on Sunday planned to wear clown costumes, red rubber noses, face paints and colorful wigs.
According to reports, the purpose of the joke is to persuade Khan to fire CEO Trent Baalke, who has been investigated for a number of decisions.
Just last week, This was reported by the NFL Network Baalke will stay in 2022 and help Hanga find a coach for the team.
In response, hundreds of fans turned to social media change your profile avatars to a clown face photo sports Khan’s signature mustache.
Fans also trolled the comments sections on the Jaguars ’social media accounts. Occupying the stadium is like the next phase of the plan.
It was an unfortunate season for the 2-14 Jaguars, who have been at the center of many headlines about dysfunction in the organization.
After Khan announced the dismissal of former head coach Urban Meyer on Dec. 16, things in Jacksonville were in full swing – with a number of negative reports, including the fact that he kicked veteran striker Josh Lambo in training and the assistant coaches. following allegations of discrimination.
Now the Jaguars are looking for Meyer’s replacement, while attacking coordinator Darrell Bevell will be acting head coach.
Under the new NFL rules this season, teams were allowed to start chasing the coordinators from last Tuesday, instead of waiting for the usual season to end.
Some potential candidates have already started discussions with teams, including Cowboys offensive coordinator Kellen Moore and defensive coordinator Dan Quinn.
Last Friday, Buccaneers offensive coordinator Byron Leftwich closed questions with the Jaguars about the open head coach’s work. He called questions about the concert “disrespectful” to other teams still facing Tampa Bay.
The name of Bucs defense coordinator Todd Bowles was also thrown into the mix.