SNL just sacked the NFL.
For the 40th season premiere of "Saturday Night Live" on Saturday evening, the venerable comedy show tackled the domestic violence issues swirling around the NFL.
Highlights included Chris Pratt playing a confused, defensive NFL commissioner Roger Goodell who couldn't figure out if "We fight women" was the right slogan for an NFL event...
...and Jay Pharoah as a babbling Shannon Sharpe who diagnosed the source of the NFL's violence issues.
"Players in the NFL are trained to be aggressive," said Pharoah-as-Sharpe. "Okay, when you get off that field you're full of adrenaline, testosterone, painkillers and Bud Light Lime."
The solution: "Some herbal teas, or maybe a soothing light show."
Watch the full clip via NBC below:
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