Buffalo Bills and New York Jets players got into a shouting match in the tunnel after their game Sunday night at Highmark Stadium.
Videos posted on social media showed Bills offensive lineman Dion Dawkins and Jets defensive tackle Micheal Clemons talking to each other as they headed to their locker rooms. Things took a controversial turn when the players clashed. Team personnel had to separate them.
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The incident occurred after a skirmish that took place on the field. In the second half, Dawkins took down Clemons and finished him off with a pancake tackle. Clemons took offense to the play, got up and tackled Dawkins.
The offensive lineman then embellished the situation by lying on the ground. He stood up and waved toward the bench. Dawkins was penalized for unnecessary roughness.
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Buffalo won the game 32-6, but the war of words continued after the tunnel incident.
“I’m a humble guy,” Dawkins said, via Syracuse.com. “I’m not a fan, man. I’m not a Jets fan. Very disrespectful players. It is what it is, and when we were able to run, pass and beat a team like that, great. Thumbs up.”
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Clemons left the Jets locker room when asked about the situation, according to ESPN.
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It was the end of the series between the two teams. Buffalo avenged a Week 1 loss to New York. The Bills moved to 6-5 on the season and the Jets fell to 4-6.
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