Buffalo Bills fan wearing Josh Allen jersey is kicked in the face during wild brawl with Miami Dolphins fans as the ugly fight spills out in front of cars
- The Buffalo Bills suffered a 21-19 defeat to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday
- Following the game, an ugly brawl broke out between rival fans in the car park
- A fan wearing a Josh Allen jersey was on the receiving end of a battering
- Miami fans were seen kicking him him in the face as they fought in front of cars
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It appears that one Buffalo Bills fan had an extra long game day Sunday, following the Bills’ 21-19 loss to the Miami Dolphins.
A video circulating shows a brawl taking place as cars attempt to leave the parking lot outside of Hard Rock Stadium
A Bills fan wearing a Josh Allen jersey can be seen being kicked in the head, while he was jumped during a brawl outside the stadium.
A Buffalo Bills fan wearing a Josh Allen jersey can be seen being kicked in the head during a brawl with Miami Dolphins fans on Sunday
It is unclear what started the altercation and, according to TMZ, there is no word on potential injuries nor has there been any response from police.
As for the actual game itself, Tua Tagovailoa and the Miami Dolphins’ offense were barely on the field Sunday. But Miami´s defense kept Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills from putting together another explosive win.
Miami held the Bills to 19 points, their fewest since Week 13 last season, and got pivotal stops down the stretch to mount a comeback victory for the second straight week and remain undefeated.
A win over the Bills had eluded Miami for the previous seven matchups. But the Dolphins are now 3-0 for the first time since 2018 and are one of only three undefeated teams in the NFL.
Miami Dolphins safety Jevon Holland (8) sacks Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17)
‘It took a lot of grit. That´s what those southern grandmothers make on Sundays: grits,’ said Dolphins defensive tackle Christian Wilkins. ‘It was gritty. It took a lot. It showed the character of our team. But our goals are bigger than going 3-0 and beating the Bills. This is just a stepping stone to where we want to go.’
Dolphins coach Mike McDaniel said the team´s goals can change as circumstances change and as they continue to build success. They know they have a team they´re confident can take them far, but they don´t want to get too far ahead of themselves.
‘If you are talking about goals that happen 15 weeks from now, you´re just going to get hit in the mouth because every single week in the National Football League everyone is giving you their best shot,’ McDaniel said.
‘So I think now we can talk about not sneaking up on people, but realistically whether we´re 0-3 or 3-0, we´re playing the Cincinnati Bengals on Thursday night.’
Dolphins punter Thomas Morstead (4) sees the ball go backwards after attempting a punt