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Jordan Poyer And Micah Hyde Get Incredibly Frustrated With The Media After Losing To The Patriots

David Hookstead Sports And Entertainment Editor
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Buffalo Bills players Jordan Poyer and Micah Hyde weren’t happy with the media Monday night after losing to the Patriots.

The Patriots beat the Bills 14-10 in a game that featured little passing because of the elements. Following the game, Poyer and Hyde were asked if they were embarrassed for losing to a team that threw a grand total of three passes. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

 

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Both of the men, especially Poyer, were not happy, and they made that crystal clear. Watch their reactions below.

This might shock some of you, but I actually totally understand this frustration from Poyer and Hyde. Getting blamed for a loss after giving up a total of 14 points and only one touchdown is absurd.

Whenever an NFL defense only gives up 14 points, they’ve done a good job. I don’t care if the other team throws it once or 100 times.

That loss wasn’t on Poyer, Hyde and the defense. It was on the offense for coming up with a total of ten points. You simply aren’t going to win in the NFL with limited offensive production, and I don’t want to hear excuses about the weather.

Find a way to get it done!

If you ask a stupid question, don’t be surprised when the players gets frustrated. It’s that simple.