Monday night’s matchup between Cincinnati Bengals and Buffalo Bills made headlines for all the wrong reasons. During the game, Damar Hamlin collapsed after tacking Bengals’ wide receiver Tee Higgins in the first quarter. The game had to be stopped as Hamlin received CPR for several minutes before being carried off the field and to a local medical facility.

The game was then suspended and it was reported that Damar Hamlin suffered a cardiac. The NFL stated that his condition was critical. He spent the night in the ICU where he remains till now. Fans believed that this game will be resumed this week.

However, the NFL has now announced that the Cincinnati Bengals and Buffalo Bills will not return to the field to resume the game this week. Roger Goodell spoke to both the teams before electing not to resume the game this week. He also announced that while he hasn’t decided what to do about the contest, week 18 will continue as scheduled.

Given the fact that the game had playoff implications on the line, both teams will want to take the field and resume play. We will have to wait and see if the NFL allows them to do so. Stay tuned to Thirsty For News as we keep you updated on this story as it develops.

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