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New England Patriots v Buffalo Bills

Jordan Boyer and Micah Hyde squabble over Bales’ defensive performance

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Buffalo Bills Cabinets Jordan Boyer And Mika Hyde He was annoyed by a question at the press release after the game after Monday night’s 14-10 loss to the New England Patriots.

The Patriots attempted only three total passes with two completions as gale-force winds made throwing the ball a difficult task. The Patriots’ three passes are the second-lowest in the Super Bowl era after the two made by the 1974 Bills in a game against the New York Jets.

This serves as the context for the question that led to the frustration. via TSN Sports, local Buffalo reporter Jerry Sullivan asked the duo about Whether they are embarrassed They lost a match when their opponent completed only two passing attempts.

“Does this embarrass you?” they asked.

Boyer said, “What kind of a question is that?”

“What do we do, brother?” Hyde said.

The Patriots rushed for 222 yards on a total of 46 loads on the night. They let a drop of 64 yards to Damian Harris In the first quarter that is a significant portion of the yards earned overnight. New England gained 158 yards in 45 more lunge attempts on the night.

“We stopped when we had to. They had one big run. I mean, they have a good back,” Boyer said. “They kept coming back for a few runs. I mean, I don’t know how you want us to answer that question.”

“It’s funny,” Hyde said. “We will remember that. I will remember that.”

The Patriots only gained 11 first touchdowns for 16 bills. They each had only two drives per game as they won more than once down the line, and both resulted in field goals. They only allowed to land once and a total of 14 points per night.

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Hyde and Boyer seem to believe the inquiry was an unfair assessment and accusation of their playing against New England.

Hyde said it was something he would never forget.

“It’s respect. It’s all about respect,” Hyde said as he left the room. “I come here every week and answer your questions honestly and honestly. I appreciate you guys. Do not do it. Do not do it.