Congrats, Bills fans! You stuck it out with Sunday's game longer than one of the actual players did.
We heard a rumor that CB Vontae Davis was so stricken by the on-field garbage that he chose to depart the stadium rather than finish out the contest, and--much to our enjoyment--his teammates backed up the assertion in the postgame.
Here's LB Lorenzo Alexander making our dreams come true.
Buffalo CB Vontae Davis apparently retired at halftime during the Chargers-Bills game Sunday.— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) September 16, 2018
"He said he's not coming out. He retired..."
—Bills LB Lorenzo Alexander pic.twitter.com/ab7wJoyc7f
That just about wraps up Chris Mortensen's joyful report as reality.
Word is Vontae Davis put on his street clothes at half, said he was quitting and left the stadium, per another source https://t.co/spdxMWrNSd— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) September 16, 2018
How exactly the league will handle this, we've yet to see.
But what can you do? If Davis wants to leave the NFL and never come back, what can league officials do to stop him? Entice him back with snacks? Give him a roster spot on a better team?
Thanks for the laughs, Vontae. You'll be missed.