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Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen sure was feeling blunt following his team’s win over the New England Patriots on Sunday.

In Week 16, the Bills (9-6) handed the Patriots (9-6) a 33-21 loss. In doing so, Buffalo also gave New England the second-place spot in the AFC East.

The Bills are now in first.

All things considered, it was a situation at Gillette Stadium that created a candid moment from Allen.

At the microphone, as usual, the common phases came out of the QB.

“Find ways to win…”

We can’t look too far into the future…”

You know the deal with him. A lot scripted.

Not so when Allen was jogging off the field.

Heading down the tunnel and toward the locker rooms at Gillette Stadium, The Athletic reported a NSFW thought that the QB yelled out. He was with Bills defensive tackle Harrison Phillips.

“I don’t know who the f— they thought I was, Harry!” Allen said.

That’s one way to put it.

Clearly excited about the big win where he put up three touchdown passes, Allen showed a glimpse behind the curtain.

And good for him. Who wouldn’t feel the same way after the way his team was doubted?

Many in his own locker room leveled with him, too.

“I thought 17 had an incredible game today,” Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott said via video conference.

“In 1-7 we trust, I love that guy” Phillips added. “That guy is unbelievable. He deserves all the accolades because he is the real deal.”

The Bills sure were feeling it on Sunday afternoon


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