It was an emotional moment for the men, with Landry playing in what could be his last game as a Dolphin and Drake breaking down in tears as he marched off the field.
Landry managed to still break his record for receptions despite the early exit, but fell just 14 yards short of a 1,000-yard season.
The Dolphins managed to score another unanswered touchdown even without their stars players but still fell short in the 22 - 16 loss that earned the Bills a playoff berth.
This marks the first time that Bills have made it to the postseason since 1999, and they will take on the Jacksonville Jaguars in the AFC Wild Card match-up this Sunday down in Florida.
I'm just excited about the next step in my life.'Drake also spoke out about the incident on Monday.'Whoever's helmet it was, I grabbed it and in the heat of the moment I was like, "Well, if I'm going to go out, I guess this is how I'm going to go out,"' he said of his impulsive move on the field the day prior.'It was definitely stupid on my part.
Generally speaking Israelis are friendly, they like to communicate a lot, they have seen the world and are thus more “open minded” (most have travelled quite a bit) and they are healthy and attractive. Since two years military service is mandatory for girls in Israel – at the age of 18 - they tend to be a lot more mature mentally in their early 20’s compared to women their age elsewhere around the world.
In a post-game interview from the locker room, Landry explained that he was just trying to protect himself on the field.'I guess the second person is always getting caught.
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The two star members of the Miami Dolphins backfield watched the final minutes of the team's disappointing loss to the Buffalo Bills on Sunday from the locker room.
Wide receiver Jarvis Landry and running back Kenyan Drake were ejected with a little over six minutes left in the fourth quarter following a brawl on the field.
But, again, I do have a career to protect,' said Landry.'If somebody tries to jeopardize that I have the right to defend myself too.' And when asked about his impending free agency, Landry said he would like to return to the Dolphins while hinting it might not be a possibility despite his storied career with the franchise. I put people at risk.'There is still no word on how much the two will likely be fined by the NFL.
He is not looking on the bright side of things, telling reporters: 'I get a lot of time to spend with my daughter, my family. I thank God for giving me this opportunity, to put me in this position.