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Antonio Cromartie of San Diego Chargers attacks loyal fans--A Public Relations blunder

Today during a press conference, Antonio Cromartie of the San Diego Chargers committed a huge public relations mistake. When asked about how he felt about the thousands of fans that showed up Sunday night to greet the players after beating the Indianapolis Colts, his response was definitely not fan friendly. He questioned where were these fans when the Chargers had only 1 win and 3 losses to start the season. He referred to those fans as "band-wagon fans".

Please note Mr Cromartie: thank your fans don't push them away. The fans that showed up are really loyal and definitely not band wagon fans. Did you ever think their loyalty is why they showed up. I am a Charger fan but no where near as loyal as those that showed up Sunday night. For example, if the Chargers win good. If the Chrgers lose I am mad for just about as long as it takes me to go to the bathroom. So somewhere between 30 seconds and 2 minutes after the loss, I am on with my life.

Don't ever critize the true 'FAN'atics for they may jump on another band-wagon...the anti-Cromartie Bad Wagon.

Mr. Cromartie please take care of yourself. You are a big part of the teams success. Oh and don't forget to think before you speak next time.
And he made a PR mistake again in preseason 2009!

Now go beat the Patriots on Sunday. The welcoming crowd of fans may be bigger than this week.


  1. You can't blame him. He was caught up in the moment.

  2. This was the next day during a press conference. He had a good nights sleep. Not a good sentiment to have about your fans.