Cox was a wrecking ball for the Eagles. He dropped McCoy for a 10-yard loss in the fourth quarter (above), drew a holding penalty on guard Incognito that prevented what would have been his second sack of the day and generally looked like too much for the Buffalo blockers to handle.

By Peter Gleason

Unlike his ungracious head coach Rex Ryan and childish, pouting running back Shady McCoy, Buffalo Bills’ guard Richie Incognito was especially candid about his performance in yesterday’s 23-20 Eagles win:

“Fletcher Cox, he ate my lunch today,” Incognito said, via the Buffalo News. “He really shows up on film and makes a lot of plays. I got to see it first-hand today. He got me early and often. I didn’t play nearly up to my level. I’m man enough to say I didn’t play well enough for this team to win.Penalties late. Giving up a sack. That’s not a recipe for success.”

The Bills drew even with the Eagles in the third quarter of Sunday’s game and seemed to have momentum going their way in a game that was essential to their playoff hopes.

That momentum came crashing to a halt largely created by the front line of the Eagles defense. The Bills stopped moving the ball after tying the game and the team’s offensive line was reduced to grabbing their opponents in hopes of keeping them from wrecking another play.


About admin

Loading Facebook Comments ...

Leave a Reply