Why Bills’ Gabriel Davis is tired of hearing about his four TD game vs. Chiefs

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Following his record setting four-touchdown effort against the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2021 playoffs, Buffalo Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis called it “a dream.”

Now, he couldn’t feel more opposite about it.

From the second week of his team’s OTAs (organized team activities), Davis discussed that last time we saw him in a game. In the past few months, he’s heard enough and Davis said he’s “tired” of being talked to about it.

But that begs the question: Why?

Look no further than the scoreboard. Davis said the Bills lost and that’s the thing that put a sour taste in his mouth.

Check out his full thoughts via the Spectrum News clip below:

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