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After Being Trashed on Social Media for Picking Chiefs, Maurice Jones-Drew Fires Back (Video + Tweet)

Earlier this week, NFL running back-turned-studio analyst Maurice Jones-Drew picked the Kansas City Chiefs to beat the New England Patriots on Thursday night, and the internet thought he was crazy. Here’s video of MJD making his prediction, then defending it to the NFL Network’s Dave Dameshek:.@MJD made the internet mad &/or sad by giving […]
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