Football season is here but what is with this stupid Toyota red zone crap they paste over the 20 yards. I can't see the players very well since the niners wear red. It looks flat out ugly. And I can't figure out how it relates to Toyota since red zones are bad for cars.
I hope they kill this quickly
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