Jerry Edmond took in his first ever NFL sport this previous Sunday when his New England Patriots took on the Raiders in Las Vegas.
A joyous day turned out to be a heartbreaker, as he witnessed perhaps probably the most disastrous play within the historical past of the Nationwide Soccer League.
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With three seconds left, the Patriots inexplicably tried a miracle lateral play, however Jakobi Meyers’ try was intercepted by Raiders’ Chandler Jones, who took it 48 yards to the home for the walk-off, 30-24 win.
Upon the loss, a video captured a Raiders fan getting within the face of Edmond and mocking him. Someway, the Pats fan stored his cool, most likely as a result of he was too surprised to even react.
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The video rapidly went viral, and Twitter customers rapidly labored to search out Edmond, however they did not must do a lot looking, as Edmond replied to the video.
“I’d wish to thank everybody for all the type phrases. I’m the Patriots fan within the video, my identify is Jerry Edmond, and that was my first ever NFL sport. I didn’t wish to damage my expertise by retaliating in direction of that girls (sic) so I stored my cool,” he tweeted.
Patriots chairman and CEO Robert Kraft caught wind of the video and has invited Edmond to Saturday’s sport in opposition to the Cincinnati Bengals.
He’ll obtain a personalized jersey and soak up warmups on the sector.
“You by no means know who’s watching, however the Patriots needed to thank Edmond for the best way he represented the New England fan base with class and composure on the street in Las Vegas,” the team said.
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Edmond is in for an actual tweet, because the Patriots (7-7) are combating for a playoff spot. They’re on the surface wanting in because the eighth seed, behind the 8-6 Miami Dolphins.