Cameraman drops F-bomb at Raiders vs. Cowboys game (Video)

Nov 28, 2013; Arlington, TX, USA; Oakland Raiders quarterback Matt McGloin (14) fumbles the ball during the first quarter of the game against the Dallas Cowboys during a NFL football game on Thanksgiving at AT&T Stadium. Photo Credit: USA Today Sports

During the second quarter of the Oakland Raiders Thanksgiving Day visit to Arlington, Texas to take on the Dallas Cowboys, running back Rashad Jennings was driving down the sideline before getting hit hard out of balance and colliding with a camera man.

You could see the camera immediately shake, but it was an unfortunate word that the cameraman used that really caught everyone’s attention.

While everyone was sitting around the television with family after their Thanksgiving feast to enjoy the middle of three games on the Thanksgiving Day schedule, the cameraman dropped the “f-bomb” on live TV.


It’s hard to blame the guy, though, because he got plowed over by an NFL running back at full speed. It’s hard to keep your composure when that happens.

You can watch a video and hear the “f-bomb” that was dropped by the camera man below:


Topics: Dallas Cowboys, Oakland Raiders

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  • Ed

    He probably crapped his pants too. Haha. I sure would have.

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