The Kansas City Chiefs were having a lot of fun playing football on Sunday as they romped their way to a 35-9 victory over the winless New York Jets.
The Chiefs could do no wrong in their near-flawless victory over the Jets. Reigning Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes had himself a day, as he threw for 416 yards and five touchdowns.
“I mean, it’s always fun to go out and score touchdowns and do all that type of stuff,” Mahomes said. “But we’ve been saying it all year long, we have a lot of ways to beat teams. Today, they did a good job of stuffing up the run. We took it to the air and threw the ball and did it that way. It’s about taking what’s there and finding ways to win.”
It definitely seems as though the Chiefs were having fun, and a lot of it. After they had compiled a large lead over the Jets, the Kansas City defense started “Swag Surfin.'”
The Bleacher Report Twitter account tweeted a video of the Chiefs dancing.
“Disrespectful. Chiefs started Swag Surfin’ on the Jets during the game.”
Twitter Pops Off
NFL fans took to Twitter to express their thoughts on the Kansas City Chiefs dancing during the game against the Jets.
One fan didn’t seem to mind, saying that “Everybody should be swag surfin on the jets.”
Everybody should be swag surfin on the jets
— RapsGotNext (Christmas SZN) (@RapsGotNext) November 2, 2020
Another fan posted a meme picture of the TV game show Wheel of Fortune saying, “Love to see it.”
— LeTOM James (@Fodaycious) November 2, 2020
One user said what we were all thinking.
“Must be a sad sight when you’re in the huddle and you see the defending champs swag surfing over the ball.”
Must be a sad sight when you’re in the huddle and you see the defending champs swag surfing over the ball
— stan smith (@brian_lives) November 2, 2020
Another person posted a throwback video, showing former Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch dancing it up against New York.
“Everyone dances vs Jets,” he wrote with a laughing emoji.
Everyone dances vs Jets 😂💀 pic.twitter.com/yIp6j0EAqP
— ✭✯Dexter Alcala✯✭ (@_Dexstar) November 2, 2020