Roger Goodell snuck into Gillette Stadium for preseason, but when he returns for the season opener on September 7th...fans will be ready with clown towels.

Barstools Sports' Dave Portnoy tweeted out several photos of the 70,000 clown Goodell towels he had made for fans at the NFL season opener from Foxborough.

According to
CBS Boston, when Portnoy heard that Goodell was upset over defensive coordinator Matt Patricia's clown Goodell shirt after the Patriots Super Bowl win, he decided to make thousands of them for opening day.

He is reportedly relying on volunteers to hand out the shirts before the home opener at Gillette Stadium and as he wrote on Barstool.com,

“We have a storage facility a mile away from the stadium that will serve as ground zero for Operation Clownface. We are still accepting volunteers to pick up towels and distribute them to your tailgate buddies and make sure every single person in the stadium has one to wave in Goodell’s ugly mug.”

Even if you're not at Gillette next Thursday, this ambitious towel plan will be interesting to see play out on TV.