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Oakland's coliseum is leaking under heavy rains

There are several NFL organizations that could be accused of putting a crappy product on the field. But there’s only one that could be accused of allowing a crappy product into its hallways.

Rain drenched Sunday’s Raiders-Chiefs game at Oakland Coliseum, and that rain flowed from the heavens to the field to, well … the bowels of the stadium:

There’s concern that the waters might not just be rainwater. Such concerns are not without precedent; as recently as this past May, sewage systems at the stadium backed up, and the result was every bit as nasty as you’d expect.

Back to the current day. The rain soaked all the way through the stadium:

Not a great look at all for the aging coliseum. But hey, at least the Raiders have Ice Cube in the (very wet) house:

Good luck navigating that mess, Raiders and Chiefs. Could be more challenging than any football game.

Oakland’s coliseum is leaking. (Screenshot)

Jay Busbee is a writer for Yahoo Sports and the author of EARNHARDT NATION, on sale now at Amazon or wherever books are sold. Contact him at jay.busbee@yahoo.com or find him on Twitter or on Facebook.