Some people in Jacksonville, who claim to be Jaguars fans, created a website which I refuse to link to because it has hidden ads used to dupe people who visit it into view ads to make the site owner money, decided to hold a "rally" at EverBank Field at 3:16 P.M. for three hours and 16 minutes.
None of what was typed is a joke.
Tebow, why not? ... Don't troll me bro. pic.twitter.com/i5HVFx6UZn— Lewis G. Turner II (@LewTurner) September 16, 2013
Media to rally ratio pic.twitter.com/XZQseWTNi9— Tim Duval (@MadeByTim) September 16, 2013
Lots of Denver fans. Not so many Jets or Patriots though. pic.twitter.com/tDxviVQEPt— Tim Duval (@MadeByTim) September 16, 2013
So, do you think they'll do big mass notices of the results of the laughable "rally"? Of course not, because that doesn't fit what they do.
They're not concerned with what's actually news anymore. Just what gets you to click their websites and watch their terrible, content lacking television shows.
I agree with Mark Long's tweet here, but the reality is the failed result isn't as "juicy" as the story of the "rally" so they'll forget about it.
ESPN, CBS, SI & everyone else who wrote about the Tebow rally being a thing in Jax should apologize to readers & the Jaguars— Mark Long (@APMarkLong) September 16, 2013