Fed up with the inconsistent quality of replacement referee and blown calls, a group of football fans are calling for a five-day boycott of the NFL.
Organized by several Wisconsin residents, the boycott would run from Thursday through Sunday to cover the fourth week of the season.
The fans say their patience was already thin with the bad officiating, but the final call at the end of the Green Bay Packers-Seattle Seahawks game was the ruling that spurred them to action.
Brian Dey and Eddie Willing issued a statement that said: "The union contract negotiations have been mishandled for several seasons, and this is the worst, at the hands of (NFL Commissioner) Roger Goodell."
Fellow football fans can find more details about the boycott by going to the event's Facebook page. Fans can also follow along on Twitter with hashtag #nflboycott.
Packer fans can be found across the country, but especially in South Carolina, where former Gamecock standouts Sterling Sharpe and Robert Brooks played in Green Bay.
Many other South Carolinians pull for the Carolina Panthers or Atlanta Falcons.
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