Duke’s Mayo Bowl trolls Seahawks with NFC West standings
You come at mayo, you best not miss. Unless, of course, you want the Duke’s Mayo Bowl Twitter account to come at you.
Just ask Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner.
Reporter Gregg Bell tweeted a quote from Wagner that out of context either elicits a shrug or a nod of the head: “I never put mayo on anything. Mayo is disgusting.”
Well, the Duke’s Mayo Bowl does not agree. It quote-tweeted Bell’s post with a picture — of the NFC West standings led by the 10-2 Arizona Cardinals that also includes 4-8 Seattle at the very bottom.
— Duke’s Mayo Bowl (@DukesMayoBowl) December 8, 2021
Unsurprisingly, this brought up debates in the replies, both about mayo but also about NFL football.
Pro-Cardinals, pro-mayo fans may be in the niche that got the most laughs out of the Duke’s Mayo Bowl tweet.
Sonoran style hot dogs have Mayo on them. Sonoran desert is in Arizona. Arizona is 10-2.
Clearly this is not a coincidence.
— Andrew Nordmeier (@AndrewNordmeier) December 9, 2021
I'm buying some @DukesMayonnaise just because of this savagery! Love me some Mayo and Cardinals football
— Jesse Arrington (@jarrin0) December 9, 2021
Seahawks fans attempted to drop some mayo knowledge in defense of their squad.
Dukes, you don’t exist in Seattle unless you’re a chowder house and seafood restaurant. We have Hellma…I mean Best Foods. I assure you though, Bobby hated Mayo even when he won the Super Bowl & every previous season of his career above .500.
— Ryan Prosser (@ProsserRy) December 9, 2021
Bobby Wagner is a champion. You’re not even a top 10 Mayo brand pic.twitter.com/7vqyCAX6n0
— Glen Zariczny (@glenz_27) December 9, 2021
All of it was good stuff. Well, except the mayo, unless you’re into that kind of thing.
If you are, the Duke’s Mayo Bowl features North Carolina vs. South Carolina this year, and word has it the winning team will dump the good stuff on its head coach with a win. The winning team will earn $10,000 in a charitable donation of its choice if its players do so.
We apologize… pic.twitter.com/jKJRc1cNPo
— Duke’s Mayo Bowl (@DukesMayoBowl) December 5, 2021