Paige Spiranac, Rocking A Chopped Up Chiefs Shirt, Weighs In On NFL Officials In New Viral Video

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Popular golf influencer Paige Spiranac, who, as we know, dabbles in NFL news and making picks, weighed in on Monday while wearing a cut up Chiefs shirt on the NFL officiating controversies of this past Sunday.

“And just like that the Chiefs and the Eagles are in the Super Bowl, but so many people last night were outraged with the officiating, saying that it needed to be investigated,” Spiranac begins her latest video to go viral.

“So I want to hear from you. Were you upset with the calls last night? And also, what can they do to fix it?

“Do you think that there can be different post-season rules?

“Is this a larger conspiracy theory?

“I mean, I have seen everything across the board on social media, but I want to hear from you,” Paige Spiranac continued.

“What do we do and how can we fix it?”

As one should expect because, internet, the comments section was overflowing with stellar ideas on how to fix the bad NFL officiating.

“Review what? The NFL got what they wanted,” another viewer tweeted.

“The @NFL needs to allow more Red Flag Challenges and keep your Challenges if you get them correct. No penalty unless you are wrong!” someone else suggested.

Paige Spiranac has already addressed that issue, bud.

“Those officials should never be on a football field again,” another fan tweeted.

“Is the officiating getting worse or is camera’s just picking up more than ever. It seems all sports is having issues these past years,” noted another viewer.

“Full time officials with a sky judge who can oversee on field penalties and make real time calls fixing bad penalties,” another, way too reasonable NFL fan suggested.

Shockingly, there were very questions asking why exactly Paige Spiranac was wearing a Chiefs shirt in the video. Go figure.

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