There are no spoilers here. I repeat, there are no spoilers in this article.
But if you didn’t see “Avengers: Endgame” on opening night Thursday and happened to scroll across Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy’s Twitter feed, you probably shouldn’t have.
And if you haven’t yet, it would be wise to block @CutonDime25 on Twitter until you watch the film.
McCoy, to the chagrin of football fans, social media users and humanity in general, tweeted out a massive spoiler on Friday morning to the plot of Marvel’s latest blockbuster. What’s more, he misspelled a character’s name in a tweet, so even those who muted certain names or phrases have a chance of coming across the spoiler.
Honestly I’m just laughing because I muted the first and last names of every avenger but LeSean McCoy can’t spell so I got the movie spoiled anyway. That ones on me.
— Velvet Thunder 🇵🇷 (@cruzin_USA) April 26, 2019
And yes, as one can imagine, Twitter is unloading on Shady.
The NFL should suspend LeSean McCoy for the entire 2019 NFL season for spoiling Avengers: Endgame. I hope the Bills don’t win a single game this season. pic.twitter.com/dBxRZdCz63
— Jake Bencie (@JakeBencie) April 26, 2019
Y’all should go to LeSean McCoy’s account and see what he had to say about the draft last night. Good stuff
— 133 Days 🧀 (@HailRodgers12) April 26, 2019
lesean mccoy tweeted out the ending of endgame TWICE lmfaooooooooo
— 「desp」 (@bigracks) April 26, 2019
This tweet, though, from ESPN’s Matthew Berry, takes the cake for pointing out that the 30-year-old running back did not have good season last year.
Because LeSean McCoy tweeted out a massive spolier for #AvengersEndgame a reminder that last year McCoy was held under 70 total yds in 10 of 14 gms, was RB45 in points per game & gained 5+ yards on just 25.5% of carries (among 47 qualified RBs, only Legarrette Blount was worse)
— Matthew Berry (@MatthewBerryTMR) April 26, 2019
By no means did McCoy’s tweets seem malicious. They mentioned him watching the movie with his son, who he called “Lil Shady” and he was emotional about what happened in the film.
But that does not excuse his behavior. Many, many people went to the theaters on Thursday night to catch this film. Ninety-nine percent of them did not go home afterwards, log onto Twitter and tweet the ending. LeSean McCoy should know better.
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