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Fail!: Bills Fans Drop Lee Smith During Touchdown Celebration (Video)
Touchdowns have been tough to come by for the Buffalo Bills recently, as they have found the end zone more than once in just two of their last six games.
Their latest offensive struggle took place yesterday afternoon when the took on the St. Louis Rams at Ralph Wilson Stadium. On this occasion, they managed to score just one touchdown. It came by way of a two-yard pass from Ryan Fitzpatrick to tight end Lee Smith. It was Smith's second touchdown of his career, and his first at home. And while he probably had his celebration planned out for a while now, I doubt he ever imagined that it would end like this.
Check it out:
Damn! Could this be Ralph Wilson Stadium's own rendition of the Lambeau Leap—where they allow the player to fall to the ground, rather than catch him? Or perhaps the Bills organization should consider putting together an instructional video teaching their fans how to properly celebrate touchdowns—just in case they happen to score another this season.
As for this touchdown by Smith, for a while it appeared as though it would stand as the game-winner. Of course, that was before Sam Bradford hit Brandon Gibson in the end zone with less than one minute remaining to give the Rams the 15-12 victory.