CBS’s Jim Nantz jinxes Lions kicker Michael Badgley by refusing to acknowledge the jinx
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When Lions kicker Michael Badgley arrived at the Detroit Lions' Thanksgiving Day game against the Buffalo Bills at Ford Field in Detroit, he hadn't missed a single kick. He was 10 of 10 on field goal attempts and 12 of 12 on extra point attempts.
So, as Badgley set up a 29-yard field goal attempt in the third quarter with 2:00 left and the Bills 19-14, CBS' Jim Nantz attempted to absolve himself of any responsibility in the face of the fact by giving the acknowledgment denied existence of the power of the announcer's ability to hex a kicker by talking about how outstanding he is.
Holy Spell by Jim Nantz. This could be the ultimate announcer curse. pic.twitter.com/NjHqszfSHE
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) November 24, 2022
Needless to say, this predicted Badgley's first miss of the season.
Nantz is a veteran and should know better. You cannot avoid the curse of the kicker. You can't get it out of existence. It's simple and it rules everything
Story originally appeared on Touchdown Wire
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