NFL Couldn’t Find Enough Chargers Or Raiders Fans To Fill Up A Screen During Draft

Sometimes the jokes just write themselves…

The running punchline shared between the Chargers and Raiders, two transplant teams is their lack of fans.

With the first round of the NFL Draft being held in Roger Goodell’s basement, the commissioner has a monitor set up behind him filled with each teams fans, who cheer as their pick is read.

Awkwardly, the league wasn’t able to get enough Chargers or Raiders fans on their conference call to fill the screen while the two teams were on the clock.

The San Francisco 49ers were also guilty.