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The Chiefs offensive line trolled the Eagles with '0 Sacks' shirts
On Feb 16, 2023
After the game, Chiefs offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. tweeted, “0 sacks, put it on a (expletive) T Shirt!!!!” Ask and receive …The Chiefs offensive line trolled the Eagles with '0 Sacks' shirts at the Super Bowl parade.
Orlando Brown Jr. channeled his inner Tony Soprano following the Chiefs' Super Bowl win over the Eagles. Brown, a starter on the Chiefs' offensive line, tweeted a photo of the fictional mob boss following Kansas City's 38-35 victory. The tweet also included a reference to the dominant performance turned in by him and the rest of the Chiefs' offensive line against Philadelphia's formidable pass rush.
"0 sacks, put it on a f-----g T Shirt!!!!" Brown wrote.
Like Soprano, Brown and his teammates took no prisoners on Sunday night. The Eagles, who during the regular season recorded the third-most sacks of any team in NFL history, did not sack Patrick Mahomes one time. That was in stark contrast to two years ago, when Mahomes was constantly on the run during Kansas City's 31-9 loss to Tampa Bay in Super Bowl LV.
Mahomes certainly took advantage of his offensive line's success on Sunday night. He went 21 of 27 while throwing three touchdown passes en route to winning his second Super Bowl MVP trophy.
The Philadelphia Eagles went into Sunday’s Super Bowl 57 against the Chiefs with far and away the best pass rush in the NFL. The Eagles led the league in sacks by a wide margin, and they were going up against a hobbled Patrick Mahomes.
It theoretically should have been a huge game for that defensive front, but come game time, that unit went silent. And the Chiefs have no plans to let the Eagles hear the end of it.
After the game, Chiefs offensive tackle Orlando Brown Jr. tweeted, “0 sacks, put it on a (expletive) T Shirt!!!!” Ask and receive …
The Chiefs O-line indeed wore “0 Sacks” shirts during Wednesday’s Super Bowl parade in Kansas City.
I doubt many Eagles players are watching the championship parade, but they probably changed the channel after seeing those shirts. There’s really no response to that either — the Chiefs O-line straight-up won that battle.
Chiefs fans also loved that the players actually turned the tweet into shirts.
This was how Twitter reacted
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