New England Patriots defensive end Matt Judon loves Thanksgiving, but if this dish is on the menu, you can count him out.
Judon is not a fan of macaroni and cheese and made the statement on Tuesday when asked about his favorite Thanksgiving dish.
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“I will not even answer your question. I will tell you: We must have macaroni and cheese off the table,” Judon told reporters via Boston.com.
He described mac and cheese as “just cheese and noodles” and called it “not so good.” He said he never liked that type of food and suggested it affected his stomach a bit.
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“I’ve never liked macaroni and cheese. And you know how they say, ‘Oh, your taste buds change every seven years. You just have to …’ Every time I try it, it’s the same. And it will “never change. … It’s never getting better, okay? I’m almost 30 now. I’m pretty set in my ways. And it’s disgusting. Get it off the table. The bathrooms will be less busy,” he said.
“I’ll have to fight everyone in the house, one by one,” he said jokingly as mac and cheese landed on his plate. “And I will wait until they eat their macaroni and cheese, get sluggish, and then I will toot with them.”
If mac and cheese helps Judon continue his career year, then so be it.
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In 11 games this season, he has already set a career high with 10.5 sacks. He also has 40 total tackles and a fumble refund. He’s a big reason the Patriots have one of the best defenses in the NFL.