Somebody is called Men in Black.
UFOs have an American tradition in the form of philosophy pigskin, so it's no surprise that Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield may face up close on Wednesday night.
Mayfield tweeted that he and his wife Emily saw a ufo on their way home from dinner in Texas, asking if anyone had noticed the other incident.
Around 100%, M and I just saw a UFO drop straight from the sky on the way home from dinner … We stopped and looked at each other and asked if we both saw it … so bright. The ball of light straight down from the sky towards Lake Travis. Anyone else witness this?
– Baker Mayfield (@bakermayfield) March 4, 2021
“Around 100%, MM and I just saw a UFO drop straight from the sky on the way home from dinner … We stopped and looked at each other and asked if we both saw it … of light. The very bright ball is going straight down from the sky towards Lake Travis. Anyone else witness this? “
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Texas is a popular place to watch UFOs, with the overall state ranking ranked fourth. Recently viewed as 2019.
UFO – Unknown Flying Object – is a phrase used to describe any object flying in the sky, well, unknown. Duh. So Mayfield said that he saw that a UFO is not wrong, even though it was not a spaceship that did not belong to this planet (or realm).
There may be something wrong with the unexplained and 2018 NFL Draft class: Sam Darnold claimed he was seeing ghosts in 2019, and is now one step away from Mayfield being neuralized by Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones.
Well, the good thing is that there is no investigation involved.