The Buffalo Bills and the Tennessee Titans faced off on Monday. The action was fast-paced and the energy on the gridiron can be best described as high-octane for sure. It would seem that tempers flared and soared just as high as the football did during most plays, though.
To call that game close would be putting it way too mildly, so we won’t go there, as you can certainly judge for yourselves, as the final score was 34 to 31 in favor of the Titans.
24 year-old Dawson Knox decided to blow off a wee bit of steam it would seem during the proceedings, because he flipped quarterback Josh Allen the bird during the hectic third quarter.
Well, since his own team would tweet the moment, so if you missed it during live play, you know where you can find the moment of frustration. As it turns out though, that wouldn’t be the only bit of frustration for Knox, as he was injured during play. Of the game, Titans coach Mike Vrabel said:
“We continue to jump on Derrick’s back, and he’s willing and able to carry us…And it’s just something that you know you have in your back pocket, front pocket. We pull it out and we use it. It just gave us a big shot of life there.”
As far as Knox is concerned, no word yet on when he’ll be able to play again, if his hand injury is serious. We’ll stay on that bit of news and keep you posted. The Bills are set to play the Dolphins on Halloween at 1 PM EST. The Titans are set to face the Kansas City Chiefs on October 24th at 1 PM EST.