The Associated Press reports Buffalo Bills CB Leodis McKelvin's front lawn of a home belonging to him in Hamburg, N.Y., was vandalized after the team's Week 1 loss. Police confirmed the home of a Bills' player was vandalized, but declined to release details of their investigation after an obscenity and the score of the team's loss were painted in white on the player's lawn. McKelvin fumbled a kickoff return with under two minutes to play Week 1. The New England Patriots scored the go-ahead touchdown three plays later.
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[ Edited by MadMartz on Sep 15, 2009 at 17:58:55 ]
Dude f**ked up, that's for sure. But he wasn't solely responsible for the Bills losing that game.
Soft defense and extremeley bad clock management helped too. Also, they were all over Brady in the first half, messing up his hair and everything. Then they come out in the second half and it seemed like he wasn't even touched. BS.
Bad teams find ways to lose, however I didnt think the Bills were that bad.
If you're in the spotlight, then you're bound to fail every so often; it just goes with the territory. I'm not particularly aware of McKelvin's skills one way or the other, but even Joe Montana had a bad game every so often and everyone remembers Roger Craig's horrible fumble again the Giants in the 1990 season NFC Championship game against the Giants. No account losers like the one who vandalized McKelvin's lawn don't understand that because those losers have never gotten close enough to the spotlight to even be able to see it through a pair of binoculars.
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