Tyrod Taylor talks Von Miller's unsportsmanlike penalty: 'We were laughing'

The Bills killed another 4:20 off the clock before a short Stephen Hauschka field goal gave them what turned out to be an insurmountable, 26-16 lead.

Miller, a star during his time at Texas A&M, was assessed an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty after pretending to help Buffalo quarterback Tyrod Taylor to his feet. "I honestly didn't know it was going to be a flag".

It seems like a pretty safe bet that we'll be hearing about this from the Broncos after the game.

Miller's penalty would ultimately be costly, extending a drive that should have ended with Taylor's incompletion. "I guess a bad play by him at the time, pretty sure he wishes he could have that back". Miller had appeared in several advertisements on television endorsing the dealership, however the the large auto dealer requested their ads be pulled on Monday. But on one play, with the two teams only separated by seven points, Miller robbed his own team of an opportunity to convert a strong defensive stand.

"To me it was an overreaction, unless there was something that was said". I've got to be smarter than that. Then I go out there and do something like that, in a crucial situation in the game, I've just got to be better than that. Superstar linebacker Von Miller was among those that took action.

"I always learn from my mistakes", Miller said.

Almost 200 players across the National Football League who took a took a knee during the anthem before games Sunday in response to Trump's comments.

"I try to keep out any politics or social issues and just try to play ball".

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