Bills Offensive Lineman Suspended One-Game

The Buffalo Bills for the second straight week ran roughshod over their opponents, as they dominated the Tennessee Titans en route to a 41-7 victory and a 2-0 start, but it didn't come without plenty of headlines, both positive and negative. Stefon Diggs and Josh Allen continue to make the case that they're the best QB-WR combo in the NFL, along with the devastating injury to Dane Jackson, but more bad news came out for the Buffalo Bills today.

Offensive Lineman Bobby Hart has been suspended without pay for their big Week 3 divisional matchup with the Miami Dolphins, due to unsportsmanlike conduct following the win, which has been outlined in the official statement by the NFL.

Hart hasn't been starting for Buffalo, but is a key piece of the depth that could make this team a Super Bowl Champion by seasons end, but his reported actions following the dominant victory just aren't acceptable. The NFL claims that after the win, Hart ran over to his opponents on the way down the tunnel, confronted opponents and then struck a Tennessee coach with a closed fist, and that's no way to celebrate a victory.

Buffalo should be fine without him for one game, but if they are to make a deep playoff run like many expect, their discipline as a franchise needs to be better than this going forward. 

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