“Last night was what can be right about sports. A healing moment, a connection, and a time where nobody in that stadium is looking around wondering what political opinions somebody has.”
-- Clay Travis.
After one of the most entertaining games in the history of football that saw the downtrodden city of Los Angeles host the season's most breathtaking sporting event, Clay Travis says the NFL finally put to bed its two-year PR nightmare that saw the league suffer from embarrassing headline after embarrassing headline.
Not only was the play on the field sensational, becoming the first NFL game where both teams scored 50+ points, but so were the profound emotions before the contest as well, as the two teams honored the victims from the horrific shooting in nearby Thousand Oaks, and the first responders from the catastrophic Woolsey wildfires that have created a perfect storm of calamity in one of the worst months in the state’s history.
Listen to the full audio below as Clay thinks the NFL finally got back to its grassroots of putting on the best show on TV and uniting human beings of all different ilks across America.