Damar Hamlin, that NFL player who won the game of life a few weeks ago, really brought the story full circle by showing face at the Bengals-Bills AFC divisional playoff game this past Sunday. This may have backfired on Rodger Goodell’s master plan when Twitter conspirators everywhere took a closer look. After the footage of Damar at the game was aired, theories arose that the NFL was trying to cover up his death by sending a clone in his place. Some have even gone all the way to connect Hamlin’s “cloning” to a cover-up for the Covid-19 vaccine. I truly envy the imagination some people have. Fans like Mathew Maxwell truly are the backbone of the NFL. This die-hard Raiders fan thinks he just might have figured it out.
People suspect Damar’s outfit choice was to hide the fact that the NFL had to replace him with a decoy for this big AFC playoff game. I don’t know about you but if I was going to a playoff game in Buffalo you could bet your ass the only thing you’d see would be my eyes. Even the guy in the grout fit was rocking a sheisty. I also feel like we’re giving the NFL more credit than they deserve here. While I love what the NFL does for the American people from September to February, it is kind of crazy to assume they could pull this off. I mean come on, do we really think that a league that can barely determine if both feet are in bounds could pull off a movie-level stunt? Damar and other Bills players have taken to social media to respond to all the wild accusations.
Damar truly embodies the idea of big dick energy with this tweet that simply says, “Clone”. Bills quarterback, Josh Allen, shut down what he referred to as “stupid rumors” on the “Kyle Brandt’s Basement” podcast on Tuesday. Safe to say even though anyone with half a brain could look at this and see the reality, the internet will always be the untamed beast we know it as.