This is most definitely a week that most Bills fans have stayed away from ESPN, The NFL Network, Fox Sports, CBS Sports, and any other national sports show or TV network.
That's understandable after the Buffalo Bills lost in brutal fashion to the Kansas City Chiefs, 42-36 in overtime this past Sunday night in the AFC Divisional Round.
Many hyped it up as the greatest NFL playoff game of all-time, and maybe in the discussion for the greatest and most entertaining NFL game, period. The sad part is the Bills were on the losing end, and the fact their superstar quarterback was not the reason. Josh Allen played amazing, and led two unbelievable drives that should have ended the game in the 4th quarter.
Unfortunately, after the Bills took the lead36-33, with 13 seconds left, the Bills coaching staff inexplicably decided to play off wide receiver Tyreek Hill and tight end Travis Kelce, including the last offensive snap by Patrick Mahomes in regulation, which allowed Kelce to run down the middle of the field for a 25-yard gain that set up the game-tying field goal.
Fans are demanding answers or why the Bills decided to play the defensive scheme they did, but there was one police department who decided to troll the Bills in a viral social media post.
The Lakewood Police Department in Lakewood, Colorado poked fun at the Bills for their defense in a tweet about the snowfall this week. Give the same amount of room to fellow drivers, that the Bills gave to the Kelce...
Former Bills offensive lineman and current broadcaster and analyst, Ross Tucker, even took notice of the tweet.
It was a pretty creative tweet. You have to give credit to someone when it's due.
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