The Buffalo Bills and New York Jets were set to star in an epic Monday Night Football battle.
Josh Allen vs. Aaron Rodgers, two powerhouses in the AFC East, and whatnot.
But with Rodgers falling with an injury just four plays into the game, the Bills had a wide-open shot to just run away with the win.
That wasn’t the case, as Allen and company failed to make the most of the huge chance they had.
Following the game, a clearly frustrated Allen didn’t even want to talk about it, and he didn’t seem to care about Rodgers’ injury, either.
When asked about his thoughts after watching Rodgers being carted off the field so early in the game, he simply stated that his thought was that he had to continue playing football.
Of course, it’s hard to talk to a professional athlete and a fierce competitor like Allen after such a tough loss, especially after such a bad performance.
But one would expect some words of empathy or solidarity towards a colleague, especially one of the greatest players to ever do it.
Athletes need to be ruthless on the field, and friendships, brotherhoods, or whatever will have no meaning, we get that.
But we’re talking about a season-ending and potentially career-ending injury for a guy you grew up watching play.
Allen wasn’t obliged to make a statement by any means, and he’s not a bad person for not going out of is way to wish Rodgers well, but this answer still left a lot do be desired.NEXT: Mark Sanchez Hilariously Trolled Josh Allen Over 1 Turnover