A week after helmet to helmet contact that knocked Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz out of a playoff game, Jadeveon Clowney has grown the ire of Packers fans.
A personal foul penalty was called on Clowney for his tackle on Green Bay’s Jace Sternberger.
NBC Sports Northwest Seahawks Insider Joe Fann explains the penalty as it was called.
Flag for "grabbing the helmet opening" against Clowney.— Joe Fann (@Joe_Fann) January 13, 2020
People on social media immediately pounced on the opportunity to pile on and suggest Clowney was a dirty player.
Screw him... dirty ass player. Refs been crushing the packers all game either way— Brad (@Hortonbc) January 13, 2020
everyone: “hey clowney can you stop making dirty plays?”— 🦌 (@SnellSZN) January 13, 2020
clowney tried to decapitate someone else? color me shocked.— ً (@ElevateWentz) January 13, 2020
Eagles and Packers fans hating Clowney together 🤝 pic.twitter.com/1WnvtFyTwv— Alex (@GamebredAlex) January 13, 2020
Clowney when he sees a qb pic.twitter.com/Tqt2aklBTz— mvp julio 👑 (@arkesh_ray) January 13, 2020
Ok, that last one was pretty great.
The Seahawks currently trail the Packers 21-3 at halftime.