There’s no denying that the Buffalo Bills have one of the most loyal and knowledgeable NFL fanbases in the country.
But even the best group of supporters has a few lunatics that make sports fans as a whole look bad.
One of those wackos decided to vandalize Bills cornerback Leodis McKelvin’s home by painting the final score of Monday night’s game and obscenity into McKelvin’s lawn. McKelvin had a costly fumble on a kick return late in Monday night’s game that set up the Patriots for the game-winning score. The lawns of the rest of the defense were spared.
(Seriously, where does this rage come from regarding sports? It’s sports! The vitriol inspired by pro teams amazes me, and this is coming from someone obsessed enough to spend the great majority of my hours on Earth covering the minutia of a game. Soap box rant over.)
The Hamburg, New York police declined to give any more details on their investigation, such as what word was written in to the lawn.
McKelvin believes his short memory will help him get past Monday’s mistake, and presumably the reaction to it.