Without the realistic fear of a fan boycott, the league is indifferent to even the worst embarrassments on national television. Whatever damage is being done to the product is long-term and therefore too ephemeral to motivate the owners. So what's a fan to do? In Baltimore, we yell out our frustrations at the top of our lungs, and sometimes the language, like the Ravens themselves, is purple. That may strike some as childish and rude, but people paying hundreds of dollars for tickets, parking, concessions and personal seat licenses to watch millionaires play a game deserve a little slack. Let the fans in other NFL stadiums across the land take up the call.