"I think I finally get Adele," Ken Jeong belts in the football-themed parody

Eastern National Football Conference fans: Rob Riggle and Ken Jeong are upset too – and they’re using Adele to express their feelings.

In a hilarious new sepia-toned parody video for Fox NFL Sunday, the two actors don game-day attire as they lip-sync to the British singer’s massive new hit “Hello” and lament the current football season.

The song’s lyrics have been changed, but a female vocalist still performs the ballad.

Walking around a forest, Riggle and Jeong mouth lyrics like “It might be over for these teams,” while wearing cowboy boots and zebra-print pants, respectively.

The pair does some impressive dad dancing and wipe away tears throughout the power ballad.

“I think I finally get Adele,” Jeong fake belts, “because loving and losing’s hard as hell.”

At one point both stars make a “too soon” reference to New York Giants player Jason Pierre-Paul‘s disfigured right hand (he lost a finger to a Fourth of July fireworks accident).

Adele’s now infamous flip phone even makes a brief cameo in the parody.

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“Hello” – Adele’s first single in nearly three years – broke records almost immediately after it was released.

The Xavier Dolan-directed music video garnered the most single-day views ever on Vevo and the track was the first song to sell at least 1 million downloads in a week.