Roger Goodell doesn’t normally announce picks in the NFL draft past the first round.
However this year, with the COVID-19 pandemic forcing the draft out of Las Vegas and onto the internet, the league commissioner decided to stick around and announce every pick in the second and third rounds from his basement on Friday night.
That move, however, seemed to take a toll on him.
Goodell, after standing for every pick in the first and second round, looked a bit tired near the end of the third. The 61-year-old started lounging in his chair to announce the final picks of the night, and just appeared to be over the whole thing.
This is the most relatable Roger Goodell has ever been: pic.twitter.com/aPTLWuiBhp
— Elias Schuster (@Schuster_Elias) April 25, 2020
Naturally, fans had plenty of jokes.
— Faux George McCaskey (@FauxMcCaskey) April 25, 2020
i never thought i'd have a reason to say this but... roger goodell is a MOOD. pic.twitter.com/2r6ZRQj7vF
— Joshua Brisco (@jbbrisco) April 25, 2020
16 game season vs. 17 game season pic.twitter.com/hjXSEp1F3D
— Andrew Hammond (@ahammTNT) April 25, 2020
‘twas the night before christmas and all through the house https://t.co/9wJkH6u8xE
— whitney medworth (@its_whitney) April 25, 2020
at this rate, Roger Goodell will be announcing 6th and 7th round picks like this pic.twitter.com/PaknA1mKe4
— SB Nation (@SBNation) April 25, 2020
“Man my dogs are barkin” Roger Goodell 30 seconds before this https://t.co/JJLdgL9Ebw
— Tim Dwyer (@T_Dwyer) April 25, 2020
me during quarantine trying to figure out how I got so drunk by myself before 10 pm https://t.co/vfX9TPdmdU
— Andy Deossa 🇨🇴 (@Andy_Deossa) April 25, 2020
Before and After betting on the NFL Draft... pic.twitter.com/bZa2lBFGAT
— Yahoo Sportsbook (@YahooSportsbook) April 25, 2020
In Goodell’s defense, the second and third round took nearly five hours and ended around midnight on the east coast. That’s a lot for anyone to handle — especially after munching on a full jar of M&Ms, his favorite snack, throughout the whole thing.
— Sporting News (@sportingnews) April 25, 2020
Welcome to the second and third round of the draft, Mr. Commissioner.
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