Denver Broncos players have been inundated with requests from family and friends to get them tickets to this Sunday's Super Bowl at the MetLIfe stadium.
I mean Peyton Manning even had to ask his brother to help him out.
Unfortunately not everyone can be so lucky.
But two players, namely defensive end Robert Ayers and safety Mike Adams, have come up with a plan to appease their nearest and dearest at the big kick-off.
Rather than wasting big bucks on the open ticket market, they have clubbed together to rent out a local New Jersey Hooters restaurant so family and friends can watch the game on the big screens.
Ayers explained their choice to NJ.com:
"I figured they had good food and, you know.
"It's just a great sports bar and a nice place for our families to go enjoy the game," he said with a wry smile.
Now when he says family, we think what he actually meant were his guy friend's.
Because as good as the chicken in Hooters might be, we think there may be other unique selling points for that particular chain that might be appealing to NFL football players.