Michael Thomas has spoken more than once in the NFC championship losses on social media as he negatively impacted the New Orleans Saints.
The third year was published on Tuesday (January 29), something that would let people in the city rummage through the trash cans.
In a social media video posted by his confirmed Twitter account, apparently, there are two tickets for the upcoming Super Bowl between the Rams and Patriots, who are thrown into a garbage can along with a trashcan message saying, "Ps: I do not remember the dustbin, and secondly, I really do not care. "
In response to another message stating that he had" digged the whole city through the trash, "Thomas wrote," Whoever she is thinks I'm grateful, lol. "
Are the tickets real? That is hard to say.
If you pause the video, the tickets appear to be priced at $ 900 each, both in Section 304 and in Row 23 with the # 7 and # 8 seats. After a Mercedes-Benz Stadium Seating Plan These seats are located on the topmost deck, which is near a back corner of an endzone.
Similarly arranged seats are also available in sections 304 and 23 in StubHub for more than $ 3,200 per person.
In addition to the two participants teams and the team that drops the Super Bowl, the league distributes a small number of tickets to the other 29 teams, so it is not unreasonable for Thomas to have a pair of tickets for the game ,
Thomas has called for NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell expresses himself in a public statement on the missed pass-interference penalty, as the NFC championship against the Rams was anchored less than two minutes into the regulation of the NFC championship.
He also noted how he pulled out of the league's $ 30,000 fine for his cell phone celebration at Week 9 again. St the Rams was larger than the $ 26,739 fine that Nickell Robey-Coleman of Rams used for his helm ̵