The Buffalo Bills dominated the Houston Texans on Sunday afternoon however you may not have recognized that in the event you listened to chants from the gang, in accordance with wideout Cole Beasley. 

Beasley took to Twitter to vent about followers that he claimed have been booing him over his stance on the COVID-19 vaccine. 

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“Only place I get boo’d is at our home stadium,” his tweet learn. “Then some of the same people want me to take pictures and sign autographs. I thought Bills fans were the best in the world? Where’d they go? If the vaccine works then why do vaxxed people need to be protected from unvaxxed?”

The veteran extensive receiver has been among the many most outspoken gamers over the league’s stance on vaccination. Over the summer time he launched a sequence of tweets and put out an announcement particularly taking difficulty with the NFL’s testing procedures for vaccinated and unvaccinated gamers and workers. 

Beasley replied to customers on Twitter who prompt the followers have been cheering his title, not booing. 

Oct 3, 2021; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley (11) runs with the ball as Houston Texans running back Scottie Phillips (27) defends during the second half at Highmark Stadium.

Oct 3, 2021; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Buffalo Bills extensive receiver Cole Beasley (11) runs with the ball as Houston Texans operating again Scottie Phillips (27) defends in the course of the second half at Highmark Stadium.
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“Some are. Then I got some right behind the bench yelling at me to get vaccinated and talking s—.” 

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“Yea I get that a business will do whatever to protect the money. But like you said, I wish they would just call it that instead of pretending it’s for safety,” Beasley replied. “Then maybe the narrative that unvaxxed are selfish a–h—- will go away and we can be United again instead of divided.”

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley (11) is tackled by Houston Texans defensive back Desmond King (25) after a catch in the second quarter at Highmark Stadium.

Buffalo Bills extensive receiver Cole Beasley (11) is tackled by Houston Texans defensive again Desmond King (25) after a catch within the second quarter at Highmark Stadium.
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Cuban defended his level, calling it “good for business” and saying Beasley has a alternative if he doesn’t agree. Beasley fired again, saying a mandate isn’t an actual alternative. 

“Yes they can make a choice to not work there but there is no guarantee that another job is waiting for them elsewhere. You saying they have a choice makes you feel better but not them.”

Bills’ guard Jon Feliciano defended Beasley in a tweet, claiming he stopped to signal autographs after the sport however was focused by followers as he left the stadium. 

The Bills introduced earlier final month that anybody attending house video games should be required to point out proof of vaccination if they’re older than 12.