An NFL coach admitted one truth that left Taylor Swift and the left-wing media’s mouths gaping

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As the NFL playoffs continue heating up and approaching the Super Bowl, there’s one thing most football fans can agree on, no matter their favorite team.

They’re sick of seeing Taylor Swift while trying to enjoy a game. 

But now one NFL head coach spoke one truth that left Swift and her friends in the left-wing media’s jaws on the floor. 

Quote the Raven…

The National Football League conference finals have wrapped up. 

In the NFC, San Francisco topped Detroit in a matchup to give one of those cities – that have each seen better days – something to be proud of. 

And in the AFC, the Kansas City Chiefs are going to get back to the Super Bowl after getting past the Baltimore Ravens. 

With Kansas City in the Super Bowl, that means fans will be subjected to the NFL cutting away even more to Taylor Swift shots every couple plays. 

But while all the attention is on the pageantry, plays and prizes – one of the coaches who’s team isn’t going to the big game this year showed he has his priorities in order and has given praise to the proper place – and that’s not at the feet of Taylor Swift. 

Bigger than Taylor Swift

Following his team’s dominating 34-10 divisional round victory over the Houston Texans, Raven’s head coach John Harbaugh shocked the sporting world. 

And he did so by doing something simple that once was commonplace in the world of sport – giving grace to God. 

As you can see in the above video, coach Harbaugh kicked off the press conference quoting scripture, specifically, 1 Chronicles 29:11 ERV. 

Greatness, power, glory, victory and honor belong to you because everything in Heaven and on earth belongs to you. The Kingdom belongs to you, Lord, you are the head and the ruler over everything.

Harbaugh said those words were spoken to him before the start of the game, and they strike a chord within him. 

Harbaugh’s worship of the Lord surely didn’t sit well with the atheists who report on the sporting news. 

The other Harbaugh brother 

But John isn’t the only Harbaugh who coaches with his morals at the forefront. 

His brother Jim Harbaugh just signed a deal to be the next head coach of the Los Angeles Chargers after leading his Michigan Wolverines to the National Championship this past season. 

This past season, Jim Harbaugh led his Michigan Wolverines to the National Championship. 

The younger Harbaugh also attended the most recent March for Life. 

And under his guidance toward the Lord, 70 of Harbaugh’s Wolverines have been baptized. 

No matter what the Taylor Swifts and sports reporters of the world think about it, through God, the Harbaughs are leading their teams to great heights and leading their players to success in life beyond the gridiron. 

That’s something sorely needed in a world where woke radicals like LeBron James and Megan Rapinoe are held up as heroes. 

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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