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Blindside block on Bills 1 year ago


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With 9:40 left in overtime, #70 of Buffalo is flagged for 'blindside block'.

#70 and the Texan defender are staring at each other.They bump arms and stop staring at each other only when they bump helmets.

How could that have been called a 'blindside block' on Bill #70?

 

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1 hour ago, csmopar said:

At the minimum a link to a video of said play could have helped, a tiny bit. 

and, sorry, when I started this, my first new topic', I couldn't easily see where or how to post it in "NFL General', which would have been more correct. The attempted lateral made by Josh Allen was wildly ambitious...sure to have Bills Mafia wild in sympathy...and it reminded me of a similar failed lateral attempted by Reggie Bush with USC.

 

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