Recently, a “leaked Super Bowl 57 2023 script” that claimed to know the outcome of the forthcoming game between the Eagles and Chiefs went viral on Twitter.
Super Bowl week is nearby.
The lead-up to Super Bowl LVII is now officially Super Bowl week. The Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs will square off in the 2023 Super Bowl on Sunday, February 12.
At State Farm Stadium, the Arizona Cardinals’ home field, there is action in Glendale, Arizona. The Eagles and Chiefs are unquestionably the top two NFL teams, and this game has all the makings of an enduring classic.
Super Bowl 57 2023 leaked script reveals the winner and final score of Eagles vs Chiefs match
Is NFL scripted? Conspiracy surfaced
Various conspiracy theories have surfaced on social media in recent weeks suggesting that the NFL is scripted or “fixed.” The premise of the theory is that there is no other explanation for the often flagrant and frequently in favour of the largest team/star players officiating in games.
The hashtag “NBA is rigged” has trended on social media several times throughout this round of playoffs. Arian Foster, a former running back for the Texans, recently appeared to stoke the flames on the Macrodosing podcast from Barstool Sports. That was the focus of practise. It was about practising the script,” Foster once remarked to host PFT Commenter. Obviously, after this “discovery,” the tin foil hats came out in full force on NFL Twitter.
Former NFL player arian foster admits NFL is literaly rigged pic.twitter.com/RSfqF1OwKI
— PFT Commenter (@PFTCommenter) January 31, 2023
The NFL is not scripted, therefore it’s obviously not true, but lately, conspiracy theories have been all over social media.
A ‘leaked’ Super Bowl script’ predicts which team will win: the Eagles or the Chiefs
This brings us to the so-called “leaked Super Bowl script,” which predicts the outcome of the game between the Eagles and Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII. On Twitter recently, there was a bogus screenshot of Pro Football Reference with the Super Bowl “script.” Currently, it has received over 11 million views.
The ‘leaked’ Super Bowl script continues by saying that the Eagles would defeat the Chiefs 37-34 in the championship game. In response to the reported Super Bowl script “leak,” fans stormed the comments section.
Naturally, the screenshot is a forgery, and there are no NFL scripts. The majority of the time, these theories are the result of angry fans searching for an explanation after feeling that a call or series of calls went against them.