Former Buffalo Bills star linebacker Takeo Spikes was on the team’s game towards the Las Vegas Raiders and acquired an opportunity to ship the followers right into a frenzy earlier than kickoff.
But Spikes wrote on X, the social media platform previously referred to as Twitter, that he didn’t keep for your entire game due to the place his seats had been. Spikes posted a photograph that confirmed him trying over Highmark Stadium from a set, however he had an obstructed view.
“Congrats to @BuffaloBills for getting a dominant win in home opener,” he wrote. “I wish I could’ve stayed for the entire game but seating accommodations (sic) were NOT the standard.”
“How you gonna have the @NFLLegends supporting with this obstructed sample size of a view!? Felt like I was in timeout.”
Spikes added, “Disappointing is an understatement.”
The Bills didn’t instantly reply to a request for remark from Fox News Digital.
The Bills received the game, 38-10. Josh Allen had three landing passes and was 31 of 37 with 274 passing yards.
Spikes was an All-Pro and a two-time Pro Bowler throughout his years in Buffalo. It was the one time he earned these honors throughout his profession. He performed 5 years with the Cincinnati Bengals, three with the San Francisco 49ers, two with the San Diego Chargers and one other with the Philadelphia Eagles.
He had 29 sacks and 1,431 tackles in 219 video games.