There are not many good reasons to watch the Giants-Jets game on Sunday. Here's one thing: The black cat can come back.
Through the Associated Press the black cat that catastrophized the party on Monday night remains unleashed on MetLife Stadium, with efforts to capture the kitten unsuccessful.  "We hope that together we can find the black cat we all fell in love with on Monday night," a statement issued Thursday by MetLife Stadium said.
The cat certainly does not want to be caught. Although far from Garfield's proportions, the cat looks well-nourished and the nutritional remains of 82,000 fans who attend 20 NFL games a year will help with that process.
MetLife Stadium denied in its statement a report that it fed 300 cats.
"We have occasionally seen cats in the complex, and the Meadowlands track (located at the Meadowlands Sports Complex) has a TNR program and currently feeds approximately 30 barn cats," the statement said.
The boorish cats sound much better than wild cats, which is what a black cat and any other stray cat Dwight Shrut can find running away from the stadium. Nevertheless, Sunday's Giants-Jets game may involve a cat return, unless the cat is smart enough to know that there are much better things to do than watch the Giants and Jets play football.