So if you watched the game last night, you probably saw the sign of solidarity players on both teams did by coming onto the field and held up their index finger, indicating they are all together in their current NFLPA contract issue. There has been a lot of discussion about this today. Some people think it was a nice symbol and will help their cause. Other people think it was tasteless and has a chance of turning the fans against them. So what do you think? I can see both sides. I get why they did it. They were trying to show the management that they are together and aren't going to roll over. But on the other hand, as I've seen a few people point out, lots of fans out there probably don't care about the plight of millionaires against billionaires and having that shoved down their throat could very easily piss them off, especially some of the poorer or worse off fans. I think the idea of presenting a unified front by the players is a good idea, but I also think they should avoid doing it during the games, as least for the rest of the season.