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FOXBOROUGH — And the Oscar for best actor goes to… New England Patriots linebacker Matthew Judon set the internet ablaze the other day when he disseminated a homophobic meme of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes kissing a male NFL referee on the lips — claiming the Super Bowl champs receive preferential treatment from the zebras despite being among the league leaders in penalties. Judon also insinuated temper tantrums thrown by Mahomes, head coach Andy Reid, and tight end Travis Kelce are “fake outrage” for TV cameras. After all, the Chiefs have no reason to be consistently vexed. They’ve won Super Bowls. They’ve dominated the division. They have a million television advertisements. And, Kelce is dating pop songstress Taylor Swift. Not to mention Coach Reid, Mahomes and Kelce are the only ones throwing hissyfits and all three, coincidentally, are paid actors starring in State Farm commercials.
The alleged “fake outrage,” according to many, is done simply to distract fans and media from the real issue. The turnover-prone Chiefs, who also lead the NFL in dropped passes, are not only in bed with referees — they’re copulating with Vegas oddsmakers too… and they’re doing it without a condom. Hell, Mahomes has Paul Crewe’s dramatis personae down to a tee.
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— Manda Harrison (@MandaHarri33309) December 18, 2023
When fans expressed vitriol over the homophobic meme, Judon doubled down — saying, “I see no lies.” Social media reaction was wild. One commenter wrote, “In Judon’s defense, the NFL is running an ad campaign that states: ‘The NFL is gay.'” Another chimed in with, “Go back and watch that Chiefs vs Bengals game for the AFC championship. Lots of cheating and plenty of acting.”
A third person added, “Doesn’t matter what team you root for, it’s all a fantasy to actually think any game that’s bet upon is legit. Evidence is overwhelming, except to dupes or someone with cognitive dissonance.”
Many fans, players and coaches believe the NFL is rigged for sports gambling purposes.
The league has partnerships with FanDuel, BetMGM and DraftKings.
The NFL also has a few “You Can’t Make This Stuff Up” TV commercials about scripting games.
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