Bills defensive tackle Jordan Phillips SPEAKS out for the first time after ugly confrontation with Eagles fans in Philadelphia


Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Jordan Phillips is now accusing Philadelphia Eagles fans of threatening himself, his family, or both prior to Sunday’s sideline scuffle.

Reason for the confrontation

‘I love the crowd I love rowdy fans it makes the game fun,’ Phillips wrote in a social media post.

‘But one thing I’m not going to tolerate is someone threatening me or my family. This is a line that shouldn’t be crossed.’

Phillips was seen squaring up to an Eagles fan on Sunday night as tempers flared during the tense overtime thriller in Philadelphia.

The Bills suffered an agonizing defeat at Lincoln Financial Field, where Jalen Hurts sealed a 37-34 win for the Eagles after Jake Elliott tied the game with 20 seconds remaining.

Before Hurts went on to score the winning touchdown, a number of Bills players walked over to the stands to confront an Eagles fan who appeared to be goading them during the game.

The incident

In a clip which has gone viral on social media, Phillips makes a beeline for the supporter and gets in their face after seemingly taking offence to something they said.

The defensive tackle is then backed up by several of his Buffalo teammates, including defensive end Shaq Lawson – who at one stage shoves the fan before walking away.

Greg Rousseau, Ed Oliver and Leonard Floyd can also be seen approaching the fan as the situation escalates.

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Security then eventually intervenes as the fan continues to shout and gesture animatedly from the stands.

The only 10-1 team in the NFL

Hurts scored the winning touchdown on a quarterback draw with 2:37 left in overtime to help the Eagles win 37-34 on a cold, rainy Sunday.

Philadelphia’s Jake Elliott tied the game with a 59-yard field goal with 20 seconds remaining.

After the Bills went ahead with a field goal on the first possession of OT, Hurts ran virtually untouched for the 12-yard score that made the Eagles the only 10-1 team in the NFL.

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