Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle Jawaan Taylor has been slammed on social media for allegedly initiating a false start during a match against the Detroit Lions on Thursday.

The clips of the instance surfaced on social media, and the player is being heavily circled on the open platform for his move. 

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Several NFL fans reacted to the viral clips and shared their response on it. One user wrote, “At what point do they throw a flag on Jawaan Taylor #KCvsDET”

One user wrote, “The Chiefs gave more money to Jawaan Taylor and moved him to RT instead of paying Orlando Brown Jr. Unserious behavior.”

“If I took one sip of beer for every uncalled false start on Jawaan Taylor tonight, I’m pretty sure I’d be dead. Hospitalized, at the very least.” another user wrote.

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One user tweeted, “If I didn’t know any better, I would think Jawaan Taylor is paying off the officials. He’s doing this EVERY. SINGLE. PLAY. Rocking before snap, then moving early. Oh, and for the cherry on top, he’s not up to the line! WTH. “

Jawaan Taylor plays offensive lineman for the National Football League’s (NFL) Kansas City Chiefs. At Florida, he played collegiate football. The Jacksonville Jaguars selected him in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft (35th overall).

Taylor made all 13 of his starts for Florida in 2017 as a true freshman. The SEC All-Freshman Team selected him. Taylor once again started all 13 games as a sophomore in 2018 and was selected to the All-SEC Second Team.

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At the 2019 NFL Draft, the Jaguars selected Taylor in the second round. He was chosen to the PFWA All-Rookie Team and started every one of his 16 games as a rookie. Taylor agreed to a four-year, $80 million deal with the Chiefs in 2023.