Josh Allen is trending on the internet after a video of him ripping his helmet off the Miami Dolphins DT Christian Wilkins after he allegedly grabbed his private parts hit the web.
According to TPS;
Josh Allen caught a flag during Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins, but he felt it was worth it after what allegedly happened to him.
While on the ground following the play, Allen could be seen ripping the helmet off Dolphins DT Christian Wilkins. He received a flag for a personal foul.
As it turns out, it seems Allen was enraged over his junk being grabbed.
Allen completed 42 of his 63 pass attempts for 400 yards, two touchdowns, and one fumble lost in Sunday’s loss to the Dolphins.
If you grab a man’s junk, he should be allowed to rip your helmet off. Tough day all around for the Bills.
Allen had about a minute to guide Buffalo into field goal range, and did so, but the Bills ran out of time. Isaiah McKenzie tried for extra yards on a completion from Allen, costing precious seconds. Dolphins players started celebrating when the clock hit zero with Allen just stepping under center.
Bills offensive coordinator Ken Dorsey slammed his headset and began throwing paper and notebooks in the coaches’ box when time ran out.
“It was only fourteen or twelve seconds,” said Dolphins linebacker Melvin Ingram, who had a fumble recovery in the first half. “You run around, throw the ball. He runs all the way around, that clock is going to down.”
Miami took the lead with about 10 minutes left in the game, scoring a touchdown to go up 21-17. It was the Bills’ first deficit of the season.
Buffalo ran 90 plays compared to 39 for Miami, outgaining the Dolphins 497 yards to 212.
“You should win those games,” Bills coach Sean McDermott said. “We just didn’t take care of the ball enough and come away with some takeaways.”
On a day in which Allen completed a career-high 42 passes and finished with 400 yards, the Bills finished with their lowest point total since a Week 13 last season. Allen also completed his first 11 passes for the first time in his career. He had touchdown passes to running back Devin Singletary and McKenzie and a fumble in the first half that led to a Dolphins touchdown.
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