Roger Goodell can't stop using the same two words


NFL ratings are down, and Commissioner Roger Goodell has been trying to come up with answers as players continue to take a knee during the national anthem.

So far all he's done is told the press that he's okay with players being committed to the "issues in their communities," while at the same time agreeing with fans that the players should be standing for the anthem.

Over the course of speaking about 20 minutes before the press, Goodell kept using the same two words over and over again.

He repeatedly said "Issues" and "Communities."

Grabien News put together a montage and found that Goodell used those same two words no fewer than 45 times. Here's just an excerpt from the unofficial transcript:

"Issues in the communities, communities, issues, communities, communities, issues, issues, communities' issues, the issues in our communities. Issues in the communities, communities, issues, communities, issues, communities, issues, issues, communities' issues, the issues in our communities. Issues in the communities, communities, issues, communities, communities, issues, issues, communities' issues, the issues in our communities. Issues, issues, issues. Issues in the communities, communities, issues, communities, communities, issues, issues, communities' issues, the issues in our communities. Issues in the communities, communities, issues, communities, issues, communities, issues, issues, communities' issues, the issues in our communities. Issues in the communities, communities, issues, communities, communities, issues, issues, communities' issues, the issues in our communities. Issues, issues, issues. "

Wow...

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