Wave breaks out at Wembley Stadium during 49ers-Jags game
Now that the 49ers-Jags game is officially over -- San Francisco leads 21-0 in the second quarter -- the fine folks in Wembley Stadium decided that the wave would be a good idea.
Now that the 49ers-Jags game is officially over -- San Francisco leads 21-0 in the second quarter, and let's be honest, Jacksonville won't score three touchdowns in the next three weeks -- the fine folks in Wembley Stadium decided that the wave would be a good idea.
Yep, that wave.
Things could get worse before they get better. Not for the Jags but for those of you who have hated the wave since the mid-1990s, the first time it was considered an outdated form of celebrating.
In Barcelona they did it the entire game long. RT @jkamin73 fans doing the wave at Wembley in the 2nd quarter.— Andrew Brandt (@adbrandt) October 27, 2013
Then again, it's less offensive than watching the Jaguars.
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