The Autumn Wind is no longer a pirate. It is no longer a Raider. It is a devastating nuclear wind that foreshadows a new axis of evil on the horizon. NFL fans can finally have it their way and combine their loves of football and Crocs. In the name of NFL Films, what marketing evil has the NFL wrought? The league has lost its damn mind.
Crocs are an abomination. When George Bush spoke about ridding the world of evil, he should have included Crocs along with the “terrorishts”. When you think of the one thing NFL fans are missing, Crocs don’t come to mind. If they do, ask someone to punch you in the larynx.
Maybe the winner on the left would rock the Crocs.
The Black Hole isn’t the same with Crocs. The correction clogs with a strap don’t imply malice and ill humor. They don’t say pillaging just for fun. They say “I can’t do clogs because I slide out of them when I look up.” Roger Goodell should have presented Darrius Heywood-Bey with Raider Crocs instead of a hat and jersey at the NFL Draft. They would have symbolized the breath-taking cauldron of buffoonery that is the Oakland Raider organization.
The NFL, Crocs and the Raiders along with every other team represented should be ashamed. The Bengals on Hard Knocks will make me feel better. The following will have to do until the premiere.
MLB is proving that they’ll throw a logo on anything just to get more money in their pockets. Crocs shoes has just signed a branded footwear deal with MLB to get their logos on a bunch of these crappy rubber shoes. I thought the Croc trend died before it started, but apparently Bud thinks differently. Here’s what the evil Croc-maker said about the deal
Ron Snyder, CEO of Crocs, Inc., stated, “We are proud to partner with Major League Baseball Properties and we look forward to providing baseball fans with Crocs footwear and Jibbitz charms featuring their favorite team colours and logo. This agreement represents an important step in the evolution of our sports licensing business.”
You know what this means, we all now must look forward to seeing these day glow eyesores all over the ballpark by trendy logo wearing fans nationwide. Thank God, they didn’t sign one with Uggs too. Be a hero…don’t buy these shoes. (Yes, that is Mario Batali wearing Crocs…take it as a sign).