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Social Media Debates on if ESPN’s Dan Orlovsky Farted Live On Air During Monday Night Football

A video of Dan Orlovsky appearing to stumble on his words after farting live on air has got people trolling him on the socials. What happened? TPS got it here;

Dan Orlovsky may need a change of underwear.

While speaking during the pregame of Bills and Titans before Monday Night Football, the former QB had an unfortunate accident live on TV.

Orlovsky first stumbled over his words and then appeared to fart.

It appears to me that Orlovsky just made the fart sound with his mouth because he was stumbling over his words. The Bills would go on to stomp the Titans.

If the Buffalo Bills are making some sort of loud statement by opening their season with consecutive routs, quarterback Josh Allen isn’t about to raise his voice.

As he did following a 31-10 win over the defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams, Allen dismissed questions about the message the Bills sent by throttling the Tennessee Titans 41-7 in Buffalo’s home opener on Monday night.

“When we execute how we know we’re supposed to execute, success typically leads to success,” Allen said. “We’re just trying to be the best version of ourselves.”

It made no difference to Allen whether the Bills earned some vindication against an opponent that had defeated them in each of the past two seasons.

“It doesn’t matter who it’s against. Like, that’s a good team that we played,” he said. “For us to go do that was great.”

Allen threw four touchdown passes, including three to Stefon Diggs, and the Bills’ defense did the rest, containing Derrick Henry and the Titans. Buffalo forced four turnovers, including linebacker Matt Milano returning the second of Ryan Tannehill’s two interceptions 43 yards for a touchdown.

Buffalo never trailed and blew the game open by outscoring the Titans 24-0 in the third quarter. The surge began in the final minute of the second quarter when Buffalo went ahead 17-7 on Allen’s 4-yard touchdown pass to Diggs.

Allen topped 300 yards passing for the 15th time of his career, completing 26 of 38 attempts for 317 yards, and sat out the entire fourth quarter. Diggs had 12 catches for 148 yards. He has exceeded 100 yards in each of his first two games, a feat accomplished previously for the Bills only by Hall of Famer Andre Reed.

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