Fan Sues NFL 88 Billion For Reversed Call

Hana LaRock
One obsessed fan wants to be compensated for a bad call.

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An incarcerated Cowboy's fan, Terrance Hendrix, is suing for $88 billion over a reversed call which caused him 'damages'. Actually, he's suing for $88,987,654,321.88, to be precise.

The 'upsetting' call happened in the Cowboy's divisional game against the Green Bay Packers when Dez Bryant's 4th down sideline catch was considered as an incomplete 'process' of the catch.

Hendrix believes that if the call wasn't reversed, then the Cowboy's would've had a fighting chance.

So where did Hendrix get this ridiculously high number from? From Dez Bryant's jersey number-88. He said the call is "not limited to: negligence, breach of fiduciary duty, and also reckless disregard."

Hendrix submitted a handwritten lawsuit, in which he called out NFL Vice President of Officiating Dean Blandino, referee Gene Steratore, and commissioner Roger Goodell. He said they..."are wrong and have stolen victory from the plaintiffs."

The passionate fan is an inmate at Fremont Correctional Facility in Colorado, where he awaits the suit's permission to move forward in about a month.

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