Obscure roofing company’s lawsuit against Jaguars is ludicrous

The clown show is right.

The clown show is right.
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The Jacksonville Jaguars were a joke long before this season. They have made the playoffs seven times in their 27-year history and four of those have been in the first five seasons of their existence. This season will be the fifth for the Jaguars in the past six years that they have finished last at AFC South, which itself isn’t quite the most powerful division in the NFL.

The two major contributions of Jaguars to American culture are a source of derision for NBC The good place and the Jimmy Smith Roll, a fried smoked salmon roll available in several of the best in Jacksonville sushi emporium… and also in Dumfries, Virginia, for some reason.

So, no, RoofClaim.com, that is suing the jaguars in order to get out of a sponsorship deal, it is not possible that the team violated its contract by “exposing the Roofclaim.com brand to a toxic marketing environment that will cause irreparable harm.”

When you agree to pay $ 600,000 a year for a guarantee that your company will get significant exposure at a game of the Jaguars, it’s perfectly reasonable to expect your game to be one where fans show up dressed as clowns to … and well, you get why. Getting the clown game is much better than getting the boy-grabbing-his-cock-in-the-pool game or the fully-clothed-woman-in-the-pool game or anything involving that damn pool, really.

And his RoofClaim.com we are talking about here, a company that willingly sponsors the Boca Raton Bowl, a game that this season was lucky enough to be where Bailey Zappe of western Kentucky established the FBS overtaking for just one season touchdown record, but that would otherwise be the kind of college bowling game that is nothing more than the butt of jokes.

It could be that RoofClaim.com is suing the Jaguars in an attempt to do so Streisand effect Yes? Perhaps. After all, no one would be talking about a cover company’s second tier sponsorship of the last game of the season for the NFL’s worst team if they weren’t going to court to try and get out of it, clowns or no clowns.

If so, consider attorney fees a better investment than the initial sponsorship of the Jaguars, because now many more people know they RoofClaim.com it’s theirs I commit to bring “transparency, trust and efficiency to the roofing industry”, whatever that means.

And look for several members of the current Jaguars roster to install roofs in the greater Jacksonville area next year, because they clearly don’t belong in the NFL.


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