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Front Lawn Of Bills’ Leodis McKelvin Vandalized
Total Pro Sports – You would think that Buffalo Bills fans would be used to seeing their team disappoint them. After all, there was those four consecutive unsuccessful trips to the Super Bowl in the early ’90s, and just a few years ago there was that Monday Night debacle at the hands of the visiting Dallas Cowboys, when they somehow found a way to lose after witnessing Tony Romo throw five interceptions and being up in the fourth quarter by a score of 24-13. Well apparently Bills fans either have short memories, or they have just about had enough.
Following their Monday night loss to the New England Patriots, which once again saw them throw away a game late in the fourth quarter, angry fans decided to take their aggression out on the lawn of safety Leodis McKelvin.
McKelvin was responsible for handing the ball back to the Patriots, which led to their game winning touchdown near the end of the game. After the Pats had scored to make it a 24-19 game, McKelvin fumbled the kickoff at his own 31 yard line and the Patriots recovered. Three plays later and Tom Brady would hit Benjamin Watson in the back of the end zone for the 25-24 lead. That score would stand as the final.
The culprits used white paint to write the score of the game, 25-24, in McKelvin’s lawn as well as a picture of a penis. Hamburg police are looking into the incident, but have yet to release any details on their investigation.
Many would believe that the suspect was just another pissed off Bills fan who was tired of losing, but how about questioning Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady? He did seem to be in quite the rush to get out of the stadium following the game. Someone may want to check his locker for some white paint.
Hat Tip – [ESPN]
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