Johnathan Abram defends Patrick Mahomes ‘from fans’

Johnathan Abram defends Patrick Mahomes’ from fans who suspect GOAT status.

Las Vegas Raiders safety, Johnathan Abrams, is preparing to take on one of the NFL’s most dangerous quarterbacks in Patrick Mahomes on Sunday. In fact. The Chiefs star is the one he’s most looking forward to stopping by, he told FanSided on Friday night.

But despite being in a confrontational position, he was quick to defend Mahomes when fans questioned whether Mahomes’ skills were really as good as he was built.

“He’s done what he’s done, you know, for years, and that’s why they won the game they won,” Abrams told FanSided on Friday. “You know the ball doesn’t always fall your way. But a lot of things went into that, but I wouldn’t say he didn’t play well. “

Abram continued to spread fire to fans and the media, who took pictures of Mahomes and other players without ever playing the game themselves.

Johnathan Abram doesn’t let fan criticism get to him

“I think that’s funny,” he said. “I don’t let things like that bother me. I don’t care about numbers and things like that. But you know, I don’t think many people know that. An interesting fact is that 90, almost 98 to 99 percent of people who watch NFL games have never even been to an NFL game.

“They never played,” he continued. “So how can someone be bothered by someone who is not or can never be related to the position I am taking?”

He also explained that he thinks of this when he thinks about criticizing a player in a sport other than football.

“I can’t tell a basketball player that you know how to do his job,” he said. “If that was the case, I would be a professional basketball player because if it were that easy anyone could do it. That’s not why these people consider 1 percent of 1 percent. ”

Abram and the Las Vegas Raiders will take on the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. Johnathan Abram defends Patrick Mahomes ‘from fans’

James Brien

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