The Bills Hall of Fame quarterback told a Buffalo radio station on Monday he’s upset and sad by the weekend’s national anthem demonstrations in the wake of President Donald Trump’s divisive comments.
Our president needs to focus on other countries �� North Korea, Russia, and everything else that’s going on everywhere else, Kelly told Buffalo radio station WGRF, via ESPN. I promote it, I like Donald Trump. I get sometimes what he says, and sometimes he needs to quit on Twitter. He needs to get off of it and focus on what’s going on everywhere else instead of what’s going on in the NFL.
Touchdown. Another interception, more points off turnovers for the Redskins. Kirk Cousins found Vernon Davis in the end zone for an 18-yard touchdown to cap an 11-play, 72-yard scoring drive after Kendall Fuller’s interception of Derek Carr. 14-0, Redskins
Turnover. Another bad decision by Derek Carr, another interception. Kendall Fuller picked off the pass at Washington’s 28-yard line, where the Redskins took over.
Touchdown. The Redskins didn’t take long to cash in on the Raiders’ turnover. Oakland got burned on a blitz and allowed a 22-yard Kirk Cousins touchdown pass to Chris Thompson out of the backfield to cap an eight-play, 67-yard drive. 7-0, Redskins
The Bills’ demonstration Sunday included their entire sideline walking about 10 yards toward midfield before the national anthem. After some booing from the crowd, about a dozen players took a knee during the anthem, including running back LeSean McCoy, who also stretched his legs during the song. Other players and coaches, including coach Sean McDermott, locked arms or put their hands on the shoulders of players kneeling.