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Bills fans aren’t used to their team scoring touchdowns. And really, do they have a reason to be? Bills tight end Lee Smith, a second-year guy out of Marshall, just wanted to celebrate his second career touchdown with the fans who had nothing better to do on a rainy Sunday in Buffalo showed up.
The fans didn’t share that same enthusiasm. Keep in mind, a big-time Buffalo restaurateur had to cough up cash to buy the remaining 10,000 to avoid the local blackout.
Then again, in the Bills fans’ defense, there is no such thing as the Ralph Wilson Stadium leap.
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After executing a perfect play-action bootleg pass on the two yard line, Lee Smith went to celebrate by doing his version of the Lambeau Leap with the Bills fans near the end zone. The only issue is that he failed miserably.When he went up for the jump he landed on top, but no one caught him and fell on his back on the other side of the wall. Perhaps Packers fans should tell...
Buffalo Bills fans weren't expecting tight end Lee Smith to leap into the stands after he caught a touchdown pass in the third quarter of Sunday's game at Ralph Wilson Stadium. As a result, the fans didn't catch Smith, as he was expecting them to do, and Smith fell backwards into the stands in an embarrassing touchdown celebration fail.
Bills fans need to get with...
Buffalo Bills tight end Lee Smith grabbed his first touchdown reception of his career in the third quarter of their game against the St. Louis Rams earlier today. He then did a Lambo Leap impression and it didn't quite work out for him. The fans were too busy cheering about the touchdown and forgot to catch him, so he busted his ass on the ground. Apparently the Bills fans...
Buffalo Bills TE, Lee Smith tried to celebrate by jumping into the stands – he was successful – until he kept going because fans forgot to catch him. Oops!
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There’s a reason it’s called the Lambeau Leap and not the Ralph Wilson Stadium Leap.
While NFL players celebrating a touchdown often jump into the stands to interact with some lucky fans, most of the fans are smart enough to catch said player. Key word: most.
In Sunday’s Bills-Rams game in Buffalo, tight end Lee Smith caught a touchdown pass and wanted to make the leap into...
It’s like one of those trust building exercises gone horribly wrong.
Late in the third quarter of their 15-12 loss to the Rams—at home no less—the Bills scored a 2-yard go-ahead touchdown on a Ryan Fitzpatrick TD pass to rarely used tight end Lee Smith. In his excitement Smith tried replicating the Lambeau Leap into the Buffalo faithful, only the Bills fans aren’t quite...
Most of the time, NFL fans will catch a player leaping into the stands but sadly Buffalo Bills fans didn't circle the wagon when catching back-up tight-end Lee Smith after a touchdown catch.
Watch as Lee takes the plunge but ends up on falling into the stands:
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Lee Smith, a rarely used tight end for the bUffalo Bills, caught himself a touchdown pass today. He celebrated by leaping into the stands but it seems the Buffalo faithful forgot that they have to catch him.
And is that Dave Chappelle?
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