Jaguars fan goes off-script while playing stadium trivia, delivers “Fire Baalke” message

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As pointed out on Friday, the situation is rather tenuous down in Jacksonville with the Jaguars. Beyond the epic failure that was the Urban Meyer Era, the decision by the organization to retain current general manager Trent Baalke touched off a huge firestorm on social media.

Jaguars fans took to changing their avatars to a clown face emoji, complete with an added moustache to depict current owner Shad Khan. That social media firestorm, coupled with the expected “Klown Out” protest today with fans dressed as clowns, led the company RoofClaim.com to file suit against the organization, alleging that their sponsorship deal with the Jaguars for the final game of the season was tainted by the team’s “toxic environment.”

That environment was on display Sunday during an in-game trivia contest. A fan in the stands was given a multiple choice trivia question to answer. She decided to go off-script and offer her own choice.

“Fire Baalke.”

Note: There is some profanity heard from the crowd in this video. Might want to use some earmuffs if their are children in the room.

Jaguars fans have had enough, and with good reason.