All right, this one's a little softer, I'll admit—but I couldn't help but notice the excessive amount of booing at the NFL draft.
At first, I shrugged it off.
It was Commissioner Roger Goodell at the podium after all, and to fans, he's the big, evil lockout overlord.
But then the players were introduced.
And as they took the stage, they were greeted by a chorus of boos that drowned out whatever wimpy cheers were attempted. Many players were singled out individually.
Sure, if you're an LSU fan and your 'Bama rival gets drafted, you're not going to start a "Roll Tide" chant. But the boos were generated more by the inner NFL fan than college football loyalties.
In its New York location, the NFL draft tends to attract Jets- and Giants-biased crowds to Radio City Music Hall.
But Jets fans booed their own No. 16 overall selection this year, defensive end Quinton Coples, when he took the stage to don green and white.
It's baffling. And saddening.
For most of these kids, the draft is the biggest moment of their young careers. It'd be nice to see them cheered—even if we don't like the player or disagree with our team's pick.