The NFL May Fine 49ers Tight End George Kittle For Wearing “F*ck Dallas” Shirt Under Jersey

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This past Sunday, the San Francisco 49ers dismantled the Dallas Cowboys 42-10, marking the worst defeat in the two teams’ bitter rivalry.

As a Cowboys fan, it was tough to watch, as the Cowboys turned the ball over four times which included three Dak Prescott interceptions. Needless to say, it was never particularly close from the first drive on, and it was incredibly disappointing considering the Cowboys’ hot start to the season.

And to add insult to injury, 49ers tight end George Kittle flashed the “F*ck Dallas” shirt he was wearing underneath his jersey after scoring the first touchdown of the game.

The shirt was a nod to the Super Bowl winning Niners team of 1994, and middle linebacker Gary Plummer, who wore a shirt with the same message under his jersey back in the day.

For 49ers fans (and probably every other NFL fan, because every other team hates the Cowboys), the move probably seemed awesome.

If you’re a Cowboys fan, it was pretty tough to watch.

With that being said, the NFL (AKA the “No Fun League”) didn’t find the move funny at all.

According to NFL insider Adam Schefter, Kittle could end up paying a fine for wearing the shirt.

Schefter tweeted out:

“NFL is considering fining 49ers’ TE George Kittle for the T-shirt he wore Sunday night vs. the Cowboys that contained a profane message about the Cowboys. Under the terms of the NFL’s fine schedule, personal messages carry a fine of $10,927.”

As a Cowboys fan myself, I can honestly say that I wasn’t offended at all. You’re supposed to hate the team you’re playing against, and if you don’t, I guess you’re just content with getting a paycheck.

However, the “No Fun League” could be striking again.

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