The fly sensation is back for a second time in 2020.
Three football games were played on Saturday night. First, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers clinched a playoff spot for the first time since 2007. Then, things became interesting in the NFC with Arizona losing a crucial game.
For anyone who might have fallen asleep, they likely were awoken by the fact of a fly was now dead center on the camera lens at Allegiant Stadium.
This says a lot about this game. pic.twitter.com/UCHIANwnXs
— Yahoo Fantasy Sports (@YahooFantasy) December 27, 2020
Needless to say, Twitter captured the moment and said what we were all thinking.
The Fly on the camera in the raiders game! Lol 🪰 #NFLSaturday
— MR👑 (@BlesssedHands) December 27, 2020
Who else just seen that roach on the camera! #Raiders game!
It was a fly!
— FV3 (@h1ghlyhandsom3) December 27, 2020
Did Mike Pence get his fly friend into the Raiders game?
— Brian Siguenza ⚾️ (@SigHawk04) December 27, 2020
From Mike Pence’s head to Saturday night football
A weary traveler since flying from Salt Lake City to Las Vegas, the fly had to have seen plenty since becoming an icon on top of the current vice president’s head. A picture is worth 1,000 words but his tale might be worth a million after all he’s seen since late October.
You know what doesn’t have a great story? The game on the television.
Miami’s offense has looked stagnant against the Raiders putrid defense. While rookie sensation Tua Tagovailoa only has three missed throw, he’s also has a grand total of 36 passings yards. The rushing attack isn’t much better, garnering 40 yards on the evening.
Derek Carr is back under center and it’s not looking like his better game. So far, he’s 7-of-14 with 80 yards passing and failed to convert in the red zone. At least he had a nice rushing touchdown to give Las Vegas a 10-3 lead before halftime.
While this game might not have fans, at least there’s a great cameo for all to enjoy. Now, let’s get the commentators to talk to our fly boy about his travels to the game.