The NFL has a reputation for having a lot of fiberboard in its stadiums, but when it comes to fiberboard coffins, the league’s not alone.
The NFL’s official site offers a lot more information about how fiberboard works and what it means to build fiberboard, but you can’t beat the sound of the words “Fiberboard.”
In fact, the sound is so loud it was used in a commercial that plays in the stands.
In the commercial, a man sits in a chair and listens to an NFL game, then stands up and walks away.
That’s when a voiceover says, “Just look at the sound.
How can you not like it?”
That voiceover is the voice of former New York Giants lineman and NFL Hall of Famer John Madden, who spoke in the commercial.
The voiceover starts by saying that “football” and “footballs” are different sounds, but that there’s a reason that they sound the same.
And it turns out that they’re both made of fiberglass, which makes them sound very similar.
“I was at a bar a couple weeks ago and there was this guy sitting there,” Madden said.
“He had this big fiberboard booth.
I said, ‘Wow, it’s really loud.
I just like it,'” Madden said, adding that “fiberglass is not like glass. “
“I was like, ‘I’m sorry.
I just like it,'” Madden said, adding that “fiberglass is not like glass.
You can’t build a dome.
Fiberglass is made out of wood.
Thats not a dome.
“When asked how he feels about this, Madden said that he “doesn’t really care” and just likes the sound, even if it’s a bit jarring.
I think if you look at how the NFL does things,” Madden continued, “they use all kinds of materials. “
The box was really big,” he said.
“I think if you look at how the NFL does things,” Madden continued, “they use all kinds of materials.
I think they’re doing things a little differently, but I’m just a little bit happy with what they are doing.”
The NFL says it’s working to ensure that fans are getting a “true” experience when they watch football on a stadium fiberglass box.
That includes ensuring that players are not wearing helmets, and also that fans can use their hands to pick up the boxes and move them around.