Definitely going here when I’m 21
Five billboards around New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium will show ads promoting marijuana as safer than either football or alcohol, in time for the Super Bowl on Sunday. The Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks will face off in the first “Marijuana Bowl” or “Super Oobie Doobie Bowl" representing the only two states in the nation to have legalized recreational marijuana.
The group behind the billboards, Marijuana Policy Project, was deeply involved in getting pot legalized in Colorado. They also launched a petition calling for the NFL to reduce penalties for players caught using the drug.
Looking for the billboards? Find their locations here.
Marshawn Lynch, RB, Seahawks: Large, bruising running back known for “Beast Mode,” a break Lynch takes during the fourth quarter to watch a VHS of Beauty and the Beast with coach Pete Carroll.
Louis Vasquez, RG, Broncos: Not really sure what to say about an offensive lineman but trust us, he’s an offensive lineman.
Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, CB, Broncos: Despite easily having the longest name in the Super Bowl, surprisingly has the shortest penis.