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Bills’ Jordan Poyer, Micah Hyde, appears in reporters after losing to the Patriots (video) – NFL Sports

Buffalo Bills defensive backs Jordan Poyer and Mikahide weren’t happy with the press at the post-match press conference.

Monday night Buffalo Bills.. I had the chance to confront my rival New England Patriots and move up in the AFC East. Instead, they lost 14-10 to their rivals, who ran the ball 46 times in 49 plays.

After the match, Bills’ defensive backs Jordan Poyer and Micah Hyde were asked by reporters if they were embarrassed by the match’s run defense. Both Poyer and Hyde weren’t happy with the question, and they made a bitter exchange with the reporter. With the kindness of TSN, you can see it in the video below.

Bills: Jordan Poyer and Micah Hyde are not happy with the reporter’s question

The duo wasn’t happy with the question, Hyde called it “interesting,” and he “remembered it.”

New England decided to run the ball freely in the windy Orchard Park. Rookie quarterback Mac Jones threw the ball only three times at night, with a total of 222 yards running back in the remaining 46 plays. Damien Harris picked up 111 of those yards in 10 attempts, and one carry went to a touchdown of 64 yards.

The score on Monday night was close and Bills could win the game on the last two drives, especially in the Red Zone. Buffalo chose a field goal on the penultimate trip. On the final drive, quarterback Josh Allen’s pass to Gabriel Davis was incomplete after being attacked by the Patriots’ defense.

Buffalo is far from the playoff race, but you need to win some wins to make the berth achievable. Next week, they will face defending Super Bowl Champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Then, in the 16th week, Bills will play Patriots again.

– NFL Sports

Bills’ Jordan Poyer, Micah Hyde, appears in reporters after losing to the Patriots (video)

https://fansided.com/2021/12/06/bills-jordan-poyer-micah-hyde-upset-reporter-loss-patriots-video/ Bills’ Jordan Poyer, Micah Hyde, appears in reporters after losing to the Patriots (video)

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