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Fans are accusing Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson of intentionally throwing the AFC championship game against Kansas City.

The Chiefs defeated the Ravens by a score of 17-10 on the Ravens’ home field on Sunday, January 28.

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Fans pointed out numerous opportunities for Jackson to rush for extra yardage.

Ravens wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. expressed his frustration to Jackson on the bench.

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Beckham (right) was overheard urging his quarterback to run rather than pass.

“You change the whole dynamic of the game when you take off,” Beckham told Jackson. “We gotta get some s*** going on, like what the f*** is going on?”

Some fans say this audio is proof that the game was rigged for Kansas City.

One fan tweeted: “This means Odell knew something wasn’t right with the game plan. This game was STOLEN from us.”

Many believe the NFL wanted a Taylor Swift Super Bowl. And the Ravens were standing in the way of that happening.

One Twitter/X user wrote: “Idk about y’all, but this tells me someone was in Lamars ear telling him not to run.”

Another person wrote, “Lamar Jackson made $15 million for throwing that game, he ain’t worried about running.”

A football fan on a Manosphere message board wrote: “Makes you wonder if even the players are involved with this cheating and rigging of games.”

NFL fans are outraged over the constant Taylor Swift coverage during games this season. But NFL officials are laughing all the way to the bank.

The Chiefs made over $300 million in merchandise and ticket sales, thanks to the Taylor Effect this season.

Football is big business. The NFL is thinking in terms of dollars and reach.

Taylor is likely to endorse President Biden during the Super Bowl. Fans say that was the NFL’s game plan all along.