Things got really rowdy and wild during the Bills-Chiefs playoff game when a fan got loose and ran out onto the field with the players.
The fan didn’t get far before he was CLOBBERED by a player.
This video has almost 4 million views.
The New York Post reported that is Stefon Diggs ever wants to change positions, we now know he can try his hand at defense.
There was no grand chase across the field Sunday night when the wide receiver tackled a fan who eluded security during the Bills-Chiefs AFC Divisional Round playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium. Within seconds, Diggs leveled the intruder with his shoulder, knocking the fan onto his back.
With the fan no longer running around, security locked him in a chokehold and escorted him off the field. It’s unknown whether there were any repercussions for the unwelcome guest, who was sporting a Travis Kelce jersey and riled up the crowd as he was walked off the field.
CBS color analyst Tony Romo said on his broadcast with Jim Nantz that the All-Pro receiver appeared to be letting out his frustrations with the game on the intruding fan. Diggs was held to three catches for seven yards.
Buffalo was down 26-21 with two minutes left but had possession of the ball before Diggs lit up the fan.
You can watch the video below:
— Carl Fugate (@carlfugate) January 24, 2022
It’s amazing that after that brutal tackle, that fan was still able to get up and act rowdy.
I’d have been begging for an ambulance!
Although, when you think about it, that guy was probably 1o-sheets to the wind.
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