Titans: Mike Vrabel, Bud Light, NFLPA react to Browns fan beer incident
Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel, Bud Light, and the NFLPA reacted to video of a Cleveland Browns fan wasting his beer.
If there’s one thing we learned about the idiot Cleveland Browns fan who wasted his beer by dousing Tennessee Titans players with it, it’s that nobody thinks it’s a good idea to EVER waste your beer.
In reality, what the Browns fan did was a classless and disgusting move, and to prove how big of a coward he was, he jumped back like a little sissy when he thought Logan Ryan was jumping up the wall to kick his ass.
Bud Light itself did not approve of how this moron wasted his beer.
When asked about it during Monday’s press conference, Titans head coach Mike Vrabel said he wasn’t even aware that it happened, but made it clear there’s never an excuse to waste a beer.
After Logan Ryan shouted out the incident on Twitter, the NFLPA noted that league security would be contact to address the matter.
I’m not exactly sure what can be done about this, but this kind of behavior is unacceptable. Players don’t deserve to be treated this way, and no fan has the right to do what this idiot Browns fan did.
The most impressive part of this entire episode is that the Titans players didn’t even react to it in the moment. We’ve seen NFL players understandably go nuts when these types of situations have taken place in the past, but the Titans players kept their cool and just kept it moving.
And what exactly was this Browns fan mad about? He’s watched his team be a perennial loser for his entire life, so this result should have come as no surprise.
Anyone who says the Titans players disrespected the Browns by jumping up the wall to celebrate, just note that they were celebrating with some of their own fans. It’s not their fault the stands were nearly empty at that point in the game, as several Browns fans had already bailed.
Regardless of what happened here, the Titans get the last laugh. They rolled into Cleveland, derailed the Browns hype train, and rolled right out.