Alvin Kamara, #41, EXPLODES for 6 TDs on the 41 date numerology, the same day as the Nashville AT&T building, Christmas Day, December 25, 2020

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Minnesota = 52 (Hosted Super Bowl 52)
33 points on Jesus “birthday” (Mockery)
A difference of 19 points *Saints = 19
85 points scored *National Football League = 85

On the 41 date numerology, #41, Alvin Kamara, ties an NFL record.

12/25/2020 = 12+25+(2+0+2+0) = 41

Of course, today was the date of another AT&T related explosion on a 41 date numerology as well… the last was on 9/11/2001, also a 41 date.

9/11/2001 = 9+11+20+01 = 41

What’s funny is Alvin Kamara went to the University of Tennessee.

And going with his 6 TDs, he wore #6 at Tennessee.

Tennessee Volunteers = 257 (25/7 birthday)

And better yet, Christmas Day, the day of his EXPLOSION, was the day leaving 6 days in the calendar year.

And in light of Kamara tying Gale Sayers, and this coming on Jesus birthday… this accomplishment comes 93 days after his death.

As for Kamara, this comes 153 days after his July 25th birthday, a date in which he turned 25, prior to his dominant performance on the 25th, where #25 for the Boston Celtics died, K.C. Jones.

For another point, this occurred on a date with 77 numerology as well.

12/25/2020 = 12+25+20+20 = 77

Sayers died at 77.

Drew Brees got his 179th win overall (179, 41st prime) and his 77th home win with the Saints in this game as well. And this relates to the death of K.C. Jones on this same day, born on the 25th of the month, like Kamara. Read more about his death here:

Drew Brees stats after the Christmas Day Game:


Notice how Kamara’s full name equates to 179, the 41st prime.


For one last point, Alvin Kamara and Gale Sayers names also have overlap.

*United States = 40 *Old Testament = 40 / 929 (Jewish Gematria)

-There are 929 chapters in the Old Testament.

And for the record, Gale Sayers wore #40.

And for a bit more, here is Keenan’s work.


  1. ratedrjetsfan on December 25, 2020 at 10:52 pm

    Hey Zach …Kamara also went to the University of Tennessee

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