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If you think hard enough, anything can become sports. But on Tuesday, we didn't have to think that hard to turn Taylor Swift's tour announcement into an NFL conspiracy.
Swift announced her 2023 tour after the release of her 10th studio album, Midnights, and because of her superstardom, every event will be played at a stadium that just so happens to also host an NFL team. Here's the full list:
Now stick with me.
There are too many to count, so instead, I'll provide the 10 teams she won't be performing at the homes of.
1. Baltimore Ravens
2. Buffalo Bills
3. Carolina Panthers
4. Cleveland Browns
5. Green Bay Packers
6. Indianapolis Colts
7. Jacksonville Jaguars
8. New Orleans Saints
9. Miami Dolphins
10. Washington Commanders
It certainly has nothing to do with scheduling or her team's assessment of the most profitable places to perform. So yes.
We, as in all of her devoted fans, believe so. Swift grew up in Pennsylvania and, though still not entirely clear, it appears she included a line about the Eagles in her song "Gold Rush."
What must it be like to grow up that beautiful?
With your hair falling into place like dominoes
I see me padding across your wooden floors
With my Eagles t-shirt hanging from the door
Yes, The Eagles are also a rock band, but that makes this less fun. To me, she's an Eagles fan.
With absolutely no proof aside from the aforementioned shaky evidence, I think she snubbed the Bills intentionally as a way of telling us her alleged Eagles will beat them in the Super Bowl. It's just adding up, idk what to tell you.
Plus, haven't you seen that star Buffalo wide receiver Stefon Diggs follows her ex, Harry Styles, on Instagram? Seems suspicious.
Sure, she won't perform the halftime show this year, but Taylor Swift's one step ahead, as usual.
FanDuel Sportsbook agrees on Taylor Swift's picks to go to the Super Bowl this year, fwiw. The Bills are favorites to win the AFC Championship at +125 (Bet $10 to win $12.50), and the Eagles are favored to win the NFC Championship at +195. Right now, though, they have the Bills winning it all at +230. Don't tell Tay.