Shaquil Barrett puts Chiefs ‘scrub’ Andrew Wylie in his place after SB55

Shaquil Barrett puts Chiefs 'scrub' Andrew Wylie in his place after SB55

Shaquil Barrett absolutely rocked Andrew Wylie in the Super Bowl 55 postgame.

If we learned anything from Super Bowl 55, it is that Shaquil Barrett don’t want no scrubs.

Barrett’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers are Super Bowl champions, as they slaughtered Andrew Wylie’s Kansas City Chiefs, 31-9. He said that the Chiefs guard was jawing all night, talking all sorts of trash. Too bad the Buccaneers’ star pass rusher thinks he’s a scrub.

“I didn’t even know what he was saying. I told him he’s a scrub, he’s trash, he gotta take a train home. Just get back on the flight tonight. I’m going to Disney World, baby!”

What are the chances of the Buccaneers repeating as Super Bowl champions?

While it is good just to win one Super Bowl, the Buccaneers are very much in win-now mode. Super Bowl 55 MVP quarterback Tom Brady will be 44-years-old next year. Though he is defeating Father Time, we all know how that inevitably goes. But if we are asking if the Buccaneers can repeat as Super Bowl champions, they are a stacked football team with very few roster holes.

However, everybody and their brother thought the Chiefs were going to repeat this year. . .until they did not. While repeating as Super Bowl champions is insanely difficult, Brady is the last quarterback to do so, as his former team in the New England Patriots won it all in 2003 and again in 2004. As long as he has stars like Barrett backing him up, the Buccaneers have a great shot.

Now that Barrett is a Super Bowl champion and going to Disney World, he don’t need no scrubs.

Source: FanSided

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