Bills’ Aaron Williams stretchered off field

AP

Bills cornerback Aaron Williams left the field on a stretcher today in Buffalo after suffering an apparent head or neck injury.

Williams was conscious and waved to the crowd as he was being taken off the field.

It wasn’t clear how Williams got hurt. He went down while attempting to tackle Patriots receiver Wes Welker, and teammate Leodis McKelvin fell on him, but nothing about it looked out of the ordinary. But Williams stayed on the ground for several minutes while medical personnel attended to him.

Williams was selected by the Bills in the second round of this year’s draft, No. 34 overall.

11 responses to “Bills’ Aaron Williams stretchered off field

  1. Hope Aaron is okay, but lets be honest. Worst officiated game ever – that roughing the passer penalty was a great acting job by Fitzpatrick, that 14 point swing pass interference call was a joke, and the refs literally taking a time out of the board is offensive. I’m not saying the Bills didn’t play a good game, and I think they did enough to win. But that officiating was just terrible.

  2. Wow.

    Congrats Buffalo.

    Pats defense is a sieve.

    With almost 2 minutes left, Belichick needed to let them score to give Brady time. Rare mistake.

  3. @kellyb9………….have no idea what game you are watching bro, but the Bills were killed by the Refs….your Golden Boy should have been called for intentional grounding, the 15 yrd penalty by Byrd on the hit on Welker was not even close to being a penalty. Face up to it……….The Bills won, and they outplayed in my opinion the best QB to ever play the game. Go Bills!!!! Woooooooooooooo!!!!!!!

  4. “cjspiller12 says:
    Sep 25, 2011 4:39 PM The Bills won, and they outplayed in my opinion the best QB to ever play the game.”

    And that’s why you know nothing about football.

  5. In my opinion there was a couple of bad calls today for both teams . I am a die hard Patriots fan and the Patriots did not show up in the second half . Good job Bills you uys looked good .

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