The Kansas City Chiefs-Houston Texans game made headlines for fans booing when the players stood up for social justice by locking arms. "The demonstrations were not limited to the players. NBC announcer Cris Collinsworth made a statement of support after the mid-field show of unity demonstration," says Bruce Haring. "It was one of several made by the game’s analysts in the pre- and halftime reports, as the commentary seemed equally divided between game analysis and a social activism struggle session. (On Friday), the league and fans assessed the fallout from those activities, and looked ahead to Sunday’s larger slate of games. For the most part, teams are playing it close to the vest as to how they plan to stage their own social activism on Sunday." ALSO: Watch the New England Patriots re-create the iconic Cheers opening credits.