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The Jag's field crew needs some more razzing

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For those of you who didn't get to see the game yesterday, the Jaguar field crew made a very amusing goof on the field. They painted three quarters of the field exactly correctly, but in the remaining quarter (the "lower" half of the "right" side of the field) they painted the arrow markers pointing the wrong direction for the 40, the 30, the 20, and the 10 yard lines! Two really snarky comments about this just had to be repeated. David Whitley of Fanhouse: As soon as the game ended, workers scrambled out and painted over the wrong-way signs. The only question now is whether the head of the grounds crew will outlast Del Rio. My guess is he won’t, mainly because the grounds crew guy isn’t making $5 million a year guaranteed. But leave it to a Deadspin commenter to stick the knife in and twist: If you look closely it reads "<-- LA 2,417 miles.

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