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Buffalo Bills stars confront Eagles fans as tempers flare in overtime thriller in Philly … with Jordan Phillips tackling fan – and Shaq Lawson pushing them away

  • The Bills suffered a heartbreaking loss when Jalen Hurts scored the game-winning touchdown in overtime
  • Phillips, Lawson and three other Buffalo men confronted a fan during the game
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Buffalo Bills star Jordan Phillips squared off with an Eagles fan Sunday night as tempers flared during a tense overtime thriller in Philadelphia.

The Bills suffered a heartbreaking loss at Lincoln Financial Field, where Jalen Hurts sealed the Eagles’ 37-34 win after Jake Elliott’s layup with 20 seconds left.

Before Hurts scored the game-winning touchdown, several Bills players came to the stands to confront an Eagles fan who appeared to be egging them on during the game.

In the clip, which has gone viral on social media, Phillips approaches fans and gets in their faces after appearing to take offense at something they said.

The defensive tackle then supports several of his Buffalo teammates, including quarterback Shaq Lawson, who at one point pushes a fan before walking away.

Buffalo Bills star Jordan Phillips met a Philadelphia Eagles fan Sunday night

Shaq Lawson pushes a fan

Jordan Phillips got a fan in the face

In a clip that has gone viral on social media, Phillips (#97) approaches fans and gets in their faces, with Shaq Lawson even kicking a fan (left)

Greg Russo, Ed Oliver and Leonard Floyd can also be seen approaching the fan as the situation escalates.

Security then eventually intervenes as the fan continues to animatedly shout and gesticulate from the stands.

Dailymail.com has reached out to the Buffalo Bills for comment.

Hurts scored the game-winning touchdown on a drawn quarterback with 2:37 left in overtime to help the Eagles to a 37-34 win on a cold, rainy Sunday.

The Eagles quarterback had Jason Kelce to thank after the veteran center returned from a brief bathroom break to make a crucial block on the play.

Philadelphia’s Jake Elliott tied the game with a 59-yard field goal with 20 seconds left. After the Bills took the lead with a field goal on their first possession, Hurts went virtually untouched for a 12-yard score that made the Eagles the only 10-1 team in the NFL.

Hurts threw for three touchdowns and ran for two more, and he outscored Buffalo’s Josh Allen as the Eagles rallied from a 17-7 halftime deficit for the second straight game.

It turned out to be a disappointing night for

It ended up being a disappointing night for Buffalo as Jalen Hurts won it for the Eagles in overtime

Hurts walked off the field with his arms outstretched in celebration as the fans roared. He hit DeVonte Smith for receptions of 17 and 11 yards in OT, and D’Andre Swift had a 16-yard run to help set up Hurts’ walk-off TD.

Allen threw for 339 yards, two touchdowns and two scores for the Bills (6-5), who are in danger of missing the playoffs after winning the AFC East the last three years.

But he was intercepted by James Bradbury in the fourth quarter, setting up Hurts’ 29-yard touchdown pass to Olamide Zacchaeus that put Philly ahead 28-24.

Allen used a 15-yard scramble and a 15-yard roughing the passer penalty on the first drive of OT to put the Bills in position to win. Tyler Bass, who missed two field goals, hit a 40-yard field goal with 5:52 left in the period.

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