This Cat Infiltrated an NFL Game and Stole the Show
“If a black cat runs on the damn field on a Monday Night Football game, a black cat, you might as well call it quits, bro. Y'all luck is terrible.”
A black cat managed to make his way into the field during Monday’s Cowboys-Giants NFL game.
During the second quarter, the brave feline took to the field, leaving players, coaches and fans to gawk as he galloped around. And, like a real NFL athlete, he also managed to bob, weave, and evade New Jersey state troopers who chased him down to the end zone.
Sports announcer Kevin Harlan didn’t miss a beat when the cat ran on and continued to narrate the field play—even if it was being done by the cat and not the athletes.
After avoiding the authorities on the field for some time, the cat slipped into a tunnel and out of sight. But his presence arguably shook up the Giants, who were in a fairly comfortable lead at 9-3 before he ran on the field, but ended up losing to the Cowboys 37-18.
“The first thing that crossed my mind, no joke, is like f**, they got bad luck now, it just turned on them,” DeMarcus Lawrence said after the game. “I was like, man, the game's over. If a black cat runs on the damn field on a Monday Night Football game, a black cat, you might as well call it quits, bro. Y'all luck is terrible.”