People are going apeshit now that the NFL Hall of Fame game is canceled for tonight. The game was set for a 7 p.m. kickoff between the Packers and the Colts in Canton, OH., and the grounds crew reportedly messed up profusely on the paint job for the turf. For some reason, they just couldn't have it ready in time for the game's start time.

The Hall of Fame president David Baker reportedly was briefed on the subpar field conditions before the game, and it was ultimately canceled. With all the chaos and bloodshed in the news around the country that one must harbor, and having to watch endless amounts of baseball and Olympic Games highlights that many a football fan couldn't care less about this summer, the NFL and league's Player's Association released a statement for some solace to their pain:

Due to safety concerns with the condition of the playing surface in Canton, tonight's game between the Indianapolis Colts and Green Bay Packers has been canceled. We are very disappointed for our fans, but player safety is our primary concern, and as a result, we could not play an NFL game on this field tonight.

This set off a lot of football fans who have been dying for the NFL season to begin. Here's what they had to say on Twitter in reaction to the news.

Baker says fans will get a full refund for their purchase.