Colin Cowherd uses Baker Mayfield’s UFO sighting as another opportunity to beat Brown’s QB


The feud between Colin Cowherd and Baker Mayfield is just out of this world.

Brown’s quarterback Baker Mayfield said Wednesday night that he believes he saw a UFO in Texas, which apparently is a bit common with NFL quarterbacks.

Cowherd, the sports talk personality, went on air to again (possibly sarcastically?) Berate the quarterback for what he thinks he’s seeing.

Cowherd’s ridiculous attitude in full:

And on Twitter, Baker Mayfield announced, “I just saw a UFO that went down near Lake Travis. And about that I’d say … I’d prefer to know your arm from all the qualities of franchise quarterbacks . Are you a good pre. ” -snap? Are you mobile? The ability to see UFOs in the off-season is nowhere near my top 10 qualification. Joe Montana, Troy Aikman, Terry Bradshaw, and Tom Brady have never seen aliens before. I’d prefer my boys not to talk about it, but in fairness, Aaron Rodgers also admits that he saw a UFO and won a Super Bowl.

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Cowherd’s Soliloquoy is eerily reminiscent of a satirical tweet sent by a Twitter user in response to Mayfield’s UFO tweet, in which the tweet takes the “voice” of Cowherd berating Mayfield for his close encounter.

“I just don’t like it when my franchise quarterback has off-season alien encounters. Do you know where you haven’t seen any UFOs? The movie room. Why do you think you’re not listening to Tom Brady X-Files? He is looking at a tape. I mean come on, Baker. “

– McNeil (@ Reflog_18) March 4, 2021

The similarities between Cowherd’s attitude and the tweet likely hint at an overconfident and online ness of Cowherd and its shock-jock-sports-talk brand – or an amazing, devastating lack of self-esteem. Both are quite possible.

The Mayfield-Cowherd feud goes on for a long time, and the Cleveland QB has referred to Cowherd as a “clown” in the past. Cowherd also foolishly ripped open Mayfield for choosing to wear his hat backwards.

In a battle of UFOs, Brown’s quarterbacks, and gas bags, Cowherd should perhaps expose these.


Melinda Martin