SJ - November 7, 2021
Who doesn't love a good curse? Not anyone I know. The latest curse to hit the NFL is the ManningCast curse and it's undefeated.
Whenever an active player makes an appearance on ESPN’s Monday night ManningCast, they lose their next game. The curse's latest victim is Bills quarterback Josh Allen, who lost an ugly game to the Jaguars on Sunday.
The Manning Curse: Players are 0-6 after appearing on the ManningCast this season.
— Kelce on Week 1, lost Week 2
— Russ on Week 1, lost Week 2
— Gronk on Week 2, lost Week 3
— Stafford on Week 3, lost Week 4
— Brady on Week 7, lost Week 8
— Josh Allen on Week 8, lost Week 9 pic.twitter.com/NLKxqsxXmG
— StatMuse (@statmuse) November 7, 2021
This curse is definitely real. Active players might want to avoid the show. If anyone was going to break the ManningCast curse it was Allen against the Jaguars on Sunday.
That didn't happen. Allen threw two picks as the Bills offense failed to reach the end zone in a 6-9 (nice score) loss to Jacksonville.
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