Jeff Tuel Threw a 101-Yard Pick-Six Against the Chiefs

Jeff Tuel throws a terrible pick six on the goal line against the Chiefs
The Bills were leading the unbeaten Chiefs 10-3 early in the third quarter, and facing a 3rd and goal from the one-yard line.

Then, it was Tuel Time.

Jeff Tuel, Buffalo’s rookie QB, made a horrible decision, forcing a pass into traffic, and Sean Smith of Kansas City returned it 101 yards for a touchdown. So instead of a 17-3 lead, it’s now 10-10.

Buffalo fans, if you really want to get angry, watch the middle of the screen at the start of the GIF – Stevie Johnson, #13, is wide open in the end zone.

The Bills are closing in on 200 yards rushing and driving once again.

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Previously: Brian Robison Went Fishing, Reeled in a Big One After Sacking Tony Romo
Previously: Robert Meachem Plays Hot Potato With the Football, then Catches it Off Helmet
Previously: Robert Griffin III Got Intercepted in His Own End Zone on a Bizarre Fat Guy Touchdown
Previously: Marquise Goodwin Blew Past the Chiefs Secondary for a 59 Yard Bomb
Previously: Drew Brees Intercepted on Sweet Tip Drill by the Jets

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