Jason Kelce responds to reports that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell wants to permanently ban the ‘Tush Push’
Jason Kelce, the heart and soul of our Philadelphia Eagles, couldn't care less about a…
AJ Brown has long seen himself as an authority on astronomy-related matters in the Eagles locker room, so this isn’t exactly out of character for him. He has previously denied the moon landing not once, but twice, both of which were covered in depth here at The Liberty Line.
I will see yall on Broad Street February 11th pic.twitter.com/speqkceoRU— Zo (@Tweets_By_Zo) October 28, 2023
Look, I’ll be honest. I used to think AJ was either kidding around or grossly misinformed when he would discuss the moon landing or other conspiracies.
Now I realize he’s much more than just an amateur student of the stars. Based on recently revealed information, it’s become clear that he has practical first-hand knowledge of how things work off-planet.
That is, of course, because he’s an alien. It’s the only way his recent run of form makes sense. Just look at these numbers.
His most recent performance against Washington also yielded what is potentially the greatest catch in Eagles history.
Plus, he added another touchdown with a perfect combination of size, speed, and technique. He’s always open, and it seems like he’s bending the fabric of time and space to make these plays look insanely easy.
Of course, I couldn’t post this without including the replay angle of that first touchdown catch. It’s just so genuinely ridiculous, the only way it makes sense is that he’s not from the planet.
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