Gabe Davis, fans at Bills game get into argument after Chiefs loss

The last time Gabe Davis might be wearing Buffalo Bills gear on the field at Highmark Stadium might’ve been one he’d soon like to forget.

Unfortunately for Davis, he did not play in either of the two home playoff games the Bills earned this year. The latter was Buffalo’s 27-24 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC divisional round.

Considering the outcome, tensions were high around the stadium and a video very much shows that.

In a clip that has gone viral on social media, Davis is walking away from the Bills sideline and yelling back to fans in the crowd. It’s unclear if they are Bills or Chiefs fans, but many assume it was folks from Buffalo since the game was being played in Orchard Park.

Bills tight ends Dawson Knox and Quintin Morris try to pull Davis away from it, but the receiver had plenty to say–you can’t really hear him considering the distance, but he certainly said a mouthful.

All this, and Davis is slated to become a free agent. The receiver has since said he would have played next week had Buffalo beaten Kansas City during locker cleanout day and indicated he is open to returning to the team.

“Always open to coming back I mean this is my first place, I’ve been with the Bills for the past four years,” he said during locker cleanout day. “I love Buffalo, I love everything about it. But again, I feel like definitely gotta go to March and see also the other options as well, I feel like that’s the business side of it and I gotta take advantage of it.”

The NSFW video clip of Davis’ interaction can be found below:

Story originally appeared on Bills Wire