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Female Titans Fan Throws Her Drink On Another Lady Titans Fan And Then Runs Leaving Her Husband to Fight

Football season is officially back, and if you couldn’t tell by the actual games that were on all day on Sunday, the multiple fights that happened during the games were a dead giveaway.

One altercation that didn’t end a fight that very well could have happened during the Giants and Titans game.

During a heated argument, a woman was seen tossing her drink at another woman during the game, and the woman who got the drink thrown at her was trying as hard as she could to try and get some revenge. The drink thrower wasn’t really about that life because she threw the drink and removed herself from the situation while her husband kept pushing the other lady away.

The woman that got a drink thrown on her did get to throw some things, so she has that.

To add insult to injury, the Titans lost the game.

Brian Daboll promised his New York Giants he wouldn’t coach scared and knew the play he’d call for a 2-point conversion even though it had only worked sporadically during training camp.

It worked when it mattered most, and now the first-time head coach and the Giants have plenty to celebrate.

Daniel Jones hit Chris Myarick for a 1-yard touchdown pass, then found Saquon Barkley on a shovel pass for the 2-point conversion with 1:06 left, giving the Giants a 21-20 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday and making Daboll a winner in his coaching debut.

“We’re trying to build something,” Daboll said. “We have a long way to go, but it’s good to get that first W.”

Daboll didn’t hesitate to keep his offense on the field for the 2-point conversion, which snapped the Giants’ skid of five straight losses in season openers. Barkley gave Daboll and new general manager Joe Schoen a game ball apiece in the locker room.

Barkley, who averaged 9.1 yards per play, called the game ball “the first of many.” The running back was pumped when he saw Daboll put up the sign for the 2-point conversion.

The NFL season is officially christened when there is a fight. Glad it’s back.

Flip the page to see the video and some of the Twitter reactions.

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