Local Baltimore area Taco Bell owners came together after the Baltimore Ravens practice on Thursday to gift Matthew Judon nine boxes of $99 gift cards. They also declared Friday, November 8th “Matt Judon Day.”
Judon, now famously, announced during Sunday Night Football’s starter’s introductions. . .
We are all Matthew Judon pic.twitter.com/Rw42lFvdRX— Barstool Sports (@BarstoolsTweets) November 4, 2019
Taco Bell certainly noticed, showing up to the Ravens facility Thursday to show some love for the shoutout (which was seen by reportedly 20.5 million viewers).
Judon is quite the businessman, seemingly plotting his decree on Sunday Night Football, as he immediately had a t-shirt released Monday afternoon.
Judon’s stunt has been quite the talking point this week, going viral in every which way. Judon has always enjoyed the spotlight, now he seems to have figured out a way to cash in on it. Smart man.
.@tacobell Baltimore has named tomorrow Matt Judon Day at Taco Bell‼️— Baltimore Ravens (@Ravens) November 7, 2019
To celebrate, participating Baltimore area locations will be giving away one free taco from 2-5 pm! And the
Taco Bell food truck will be at M&T Bank Stadium in Lot H! pic.twitter.com/78LDlndOJ3
Eat up, Baltimore, just like Matthew Judon has done this season with his 17 quarterback hits, which ranks fifth in the NFL. Four of those hits were delivered to Tom Brady, one of which leading to an Earl Thomas interception. All done with a body built by Taco Bell.