Moments before the Patriots kicked the winning field goal, improving to 5-6 over the Cardinals, FOX put up a stat about the kicker’s career long 56 yarder. Then after that, FOX went to the Carolina @ Minnesota game, which also came down to a field goal. Right before the Panthers kicker shanked the attempt, a stat was put up that he had a 56 yard field goal attempt the week prior, and with his miss, the Minnesota Vikings improved to 5-6, beating the Panthers. But ask yourself, what are the odds of these rituals, moments apart, in light of what we know about this number, and how often it is used by the Jesuits, who control the world of rigged sports and more?
It should also be noted, just before New England’s winning field goal, the clock was stopped at 56 seconds, setting up the scripted play, where Cam Newton took a shot harder than Tom Brady has ever felt in his career (but it was nothing new for Cam, who has taken at least a hundred similar hits in his scripted, play by play, career). The hit created a 15 yard penalty, and pretty much won the game for New England. Thus, it was a “56 special.”