Before Colin Kapernick Could Kneel For The Anthem, The Crowed Did Something AMAZING!!!


VIA| I don’t like the Buffalo Bills (division rivals with the Patriots, you know), but I absolutely LOVE what their fans did before Colin Kaepernick knelt during the national anthem Sunday.

Ya hear that? Before Kaepernick had the chance to kneel for the national anthem, Bills fans shouted, “USA, USA, USA!”

Kaepernick knelt during the anthem for the first time as a starting quarterback before a regular-season game and was again joined by safety Eric Reid and linebacker Eli Harold in protest of racial inequality and oppression in the United States.


Safeties Antoine Bethea and Jaquiski Tartt, cornerbacks Keith Reaser and Rashard Robinson and running back Mike Davis continued their tradition of raising their right fists during “The Star-Spangled Banner.”

Sunday marked Kaepernick’s first start in a regular-season game. (This season, anyway.) Bills fans booed him during the first couple of snaps, which I also found appropriate.

As Kaepernick, who on Sunday made his first start since Week 8 of last season, led the offense onto the field, he was greeted by a loud chorus of boos from Bills fans. Those boos continued for the first couple of snaps before dissipating into cheers of encouragement for Buffalo’s defense.

What’s more, vendors just outside of stadium property were selling anti-Kaepernick shirts.

Keep kneeling, Kaepernick. You make yourself look more and more like an ungrateful douchecanoe with every passing week.

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