The Kansas City Chiefs pretty thoroughly handled the Cleveland Browns through the first three quarters of their Sunday afternoon showdown. Sure, the referees helped them quite a bit in that regard – but the defending champs still found themselves in the driver’s seat for most of the outing.
As a result, people began looking for minor subplots to occupy their attention. This manifested itself in fans noticing an odd sequence of events occur between wide receiver Tyreek Hill and assistant coach Greg Lewis.
Er did Tyreek just push a coach? pic.twitter.com/QAdhy97aRY
— Billy M (@BillyM_91) January 17, 2021
So did Hill attack his coach?
No. The pair were just goofing around on the sidelines.
Everyone can delete their Tyreek Hill tweets.
He and Coach Greg Lewis are tight.
Nothing to see here. pic.twitter.com/JvCNGVyPtb
— Will Blackmon 🍷 (@WillBlackmon) January 17, 2021
Between Aaron Rodgers debuting his bizarre new hair, Deshaun Watson’s sudden hatred towards the Houston Texans, and Paige Spiranac’s unique new way of expressing her fanhood, it’s understandable why NFL fans have come to expect the unexpected. Why wouldn’t Hill be attacking a coach? It is 2021 after all. But no — everything is fine and the Chiefs are totally copasetic.
The Ravens kept it real after Lamar Jackson’s latest playoff flop. https://t.co/zmz16PZho1
— Game 7 (@game7__) January 17, 2021
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.