I mean, you knew this. Even before Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict went headhunting on Antonio Brown, helping to cost Cincinnati the game, he was the guy who slapped another player in the balls, the guy who tried to twist two opponents’ ankles, the guy who in the regular season put Le’Veon Bell out for the year and dove at…
Vontaze Burfict was understandably taciturn following the Cincinnati’s wild card game meltdown and his role in setting up the Steelers’ winning field goal, so NFL Network analyst Deion Sanders took the Bengals linebacker to task during tonight’s postgame show—stating that refusing to answer reporters’ questions is…
Vontaze Burfict’s head shot to Antonio Brown and a subsequent penalty on Adam “Pacman” Jones earned the Steelers and a hobbled Ben Roethlisberger enough yardage to set up a game-winning field goal—one that erased what had been a stunning fourth-quarter Bengals comeback.
After complaints from the Panthers alleging that Bengals LB Vontaze Burfict was giving a little extra on two tackles and trying to twist Cam Newton's and Greg Olsen's ankles clean off, the NFL will reportedly review tape and consider further discipline for Burfict.
Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict, whose college career consisted of spectacular plays punctuated by pugilism (sometimes against his own teammates) and who has at least once in his pro career delivered that most unkind of love taps is again accused of playing the heel after yesterday's game against Carolina.
Packers-Bengals has turned into a shootout complete with pushing, shoving, and a ball tap the officials never saw.
Keep your hands out of other people's uh-oh places, Vontaze.