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Chase Claypool Says the Browns Will Get ‘Clapped’ By the Chiefs, Who Can’t ‘Clap’ Teams

The city of Pittsburgh is still mourning the Steelers’ early playoff exit at the hands of the Browns. Chase Claypool is mostly over it, though, as he awaits the “clapping” to take place. That’s right, it’s all good Claypool says because the Chiefs will “clap” the Browns this weekend.

Glad to see someone in the country not down in the dumps these days.

I love the confidence the current player has in another team, though it appears he pulled a Stephen A. Smith by showing a hilarious lack of knowledge about the NFL’s top teams.

Perhaps, the Browns are vulnerable to a “clapping,” but the Chiefs are not capable of delivering one. While it’s unclear how much a team must lose by to get marked a “clapping,” it’s likely more than six points. That’s bad news for Claypool. Kansas City has not won a game by over six points since Nov 1. against the Jets.

The good news is that if the Browns advance, the Bills and Ravens do hand out some good “clappings” here and there. Should Chase Claypool actually root for the Browns this weekend? Yes, his prediction would be off, but only by a week…

Written by Bobby Burack

Bobby Burack covers any news story that deserves attention but focuses on media. His interests include reading Stephen King novels, avoiding traffic on the road, and pretending to solve true-crime mysteries. He still believes Cersei should've won and encourages everyone to always question the news.

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  1. Chiefs aren’t capable of a “clapping” despite winning 23 of their last 24 games and calling double reverse wildcat passes on 4th and 1 out of sheer boredom of nonstop winning.

    Would I bet Chiefs -10? No. Am I quite confident the Chiefs will win a [somewhat] stress free game this weekend? Sure.

    Out of all of these games you keep pointing out about not winning by more than 6, only 1 or 2 of those games were actually “stress” wins, including an utterly meaningless week 16 game against Atlanta everyone seems to be panicking about for some reason. Chiefs had a 99% chance of #1 seed with 2 games to go, they weren’t exactly putting forth playoff effort.

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