Last night at SoFi stadium, Monday Night Football kicked off with the Dallas Cowboys and the Los Angeles Chargers. Dallas actually winning the game with an interception to seal the deal wasn’t the talk of the night. In another illustration of boring MNF games, last night’s competition proved to lack competition. It was the pre-game fights, the referee flag throwing contest, and an amped up Chargers fan that made the highlights. Let’s take a look at what the Twittersphere had to say about last night’s “flag” football game.
Monday Night Flag Football— GM of da Chiefs, Royals & Lakers (@chillin_GRINDIN) October 17, 2023
This has got to be one of the most boring Monday Night Football games ever— Exploring Attractions (@ExpAttractions) October 17, 2023
Cowboys defense = 1000 flags
Chargers offense = 1000 turnovers
The Dallas Cowboys bounce back from last week's awful loss to beat the LA Chargers 20-17 on the road on Monday Night Football pic.twitter.com/XyEc0Hy75Z— Lee Harvey (@MusikFan4Life) October 17, 2023
Monday Night Flag Football pic.twitter.com/laaqsHfrgZ— ChiefsKingdomJeremy (@ChiefsJeremy) October 17, 2023
NFL debuts ‘flag football’ on Monday night.— Doin a snow dance, sorry (@MSWMhateme) October 17, 2023
Despite all the flags thrown in the game, the interesting viewing was one of a Los Angeles Chargers fan, who was definitely enjoying the game. Of course, the internet always wins. LOL!
Monday night's viral fan tells Chargers to get the word out that it was real; she and her husband even authorized the team to release their names. https://t.co/9LL8ARu5ME— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) October 17, 2023
Chargers fan becomes instant ESPN ‘Monday Night Football’ icon Lance Bass wasn’t the only Chargers fan drawing eyeballs on “Monday Night Football.” An animated Chargers supporter became a fixture on ESPN’s broadcast of the Chargers-Cowboys game on Monday at SoFi Stadium. Wit… pic.twitter.com/JBaxDofjnJ— Let's Talk About Dis Shidd (@MrsBarnesII) October 17, 2023