The Lakewood Police Department In Colorado Dunks All Over The Buffalo Bills In An Epic Tweet

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In a public service announcement regarding the following morning’s weather, the Lakewood Police Department in Colorado destroyed the Bills for their defensive mishaps last weekend.


A subtle joke that stings in the midst of whiney Bills fans who still believe overtime rules screwed them. They’re right — the rule is ridiculously outdated, but there’s no doubt this post is funny.

Only issue we’ve found is that the messenger of this tweet is from Colorado, which is where the Denver Broncos play. Unless they land Aaron Rodgers or Russell Wilson, this exchange lands a whole lot like the Sacramento Kings poking fun of Russell Westbrook last week.

Written by Gary Sheffield, Jr

Gary Sheffield Jr is the son of should-be MLB Hall of Famer, Gary Sheffield. He covers basketball and baseball for, chats with the Purple and Gold faithful on LakersNation, and shitposts on Twitter. You can follow him at GarySheffieldJr


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  1. I was rooting hard for the Bills in that game, both because I’m originally from that general area of the country, and because I don’t want Jackson Mahomes to get any more attention. However, I have no sympathy for people blaming the overtime rule. The overtime rule is perfectly fair. The Bills couldn’t stop the Chiefs from getting into field goal range with 13 seconds left in regulation, and then they couldn’t stop them in overtime. Stop complaining, and we’ll see you next year, Bills’ fans.

      • The data is a lot more nuanced that your stating here. Yes the team that wins the toss wins at at a higher percentage but 80% of the time both teams get the ball only 20% of the time does one team take it down and score. Just stop them and 80% of the time both teams get the ball.

  2. It’s a shame 99% of the comments come from people that listen to 1% of facts. Not a single Buffalo Bill bitched about the OT rules and actually stated that if the shoe was on the other foot would have been the ones celebrating. 99% of Bills fans agree, and 99% have major issues with the way the last 13 seconds were coached and the fact that the coaches won’t answer any questions about strategy leave their players hanging out to dry. McDermitt and Frazier are just not prime-time clutch coaches.

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