ESPN broadcaster Booger McFarland was the subject of mockery Saturday night as the Buffalo Bills and Houston Texans played in their wild-card playoff game.
McFarland, a two-time Super Bowl-winning former NFL defensive tackle, became the butt of jokes when he appeared to suggest the Bills should run a draw play on 3rd down then spike the ball on 4th down with only seconds left in regulation.
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“I’ll tell ya what, if I’m [Bills coach] Sean McDermott at this point, you almost just run a quick draw play, get a few yards, spike it,” McFarland said.
The Bills were down three points at this stage of the game and a spike on 4th down would have been a catastrophic end to the game.
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Luckily, the Bills didn’t listen to McFarland. Buffalo decided to kick and make a 47-yard field goal by Steven Hauschka which tied the game and sent it into overtime.
McFarland was mocked on Twitter.
Houston ended up winning the game thanks to a huge play from quarterback Deshaun Watson which led to a game-winning field goal.
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The Texans move onto the next round to play the Kansas City Chiefs in the divisional round of the AFC playoffs.