After 12 seasons in the NFL with the Buffalo Bills, former LSU defensive tackle Kyle Williams will be heading to the playoffs for the first time in his professional career.

The Bills' clinched their first playoff berth since 1999 after Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton threw a 52-yard touchdown on a 4th-and-12 to beat the Baltimore Ravens this past Sunday.

Here is the reaction from Williams and the rest of the Bills when it happened:


Later on, Williams gave a speech in the locker room to the team. You can also see former LSU wide receiver Malachi Dupre in the background right behind Williams.



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Malachi Dupre sighting
Reply9 months
Williams, Dupre, Tradavious and Ron Brooks???? LSU NORTH?????
Reply9 months
I think Ron Brooks is a free agent.
Reply9 months
Great for Williams & rest of Bills. Great Tiger!
Reply9 months
I have a new team to pull for
Reply9 months
To bad they can't beat both the Steelers and Patriots on their way to the Super Bowl. Hard to imagine any LSU fans pulling for any other team to make it from the AFC.
Reply9 months
Awesome
Reply9 months
From watching him at Ruston High to LSU and now 12 yrs in the NFL. No one hustles on the field of football harder than Kyle William. No one. What a great representative of the Purple and Gold, and great class. Take note e reed.
Reply9 months
This whole story is awesome. Have you seen what Bills fans are doing to Andy Dalton’s foundation
Reply9 months
I almost forgot about Kyle up there in Buffalo. What a class act! He’s stuck it out for 12 years and is finally getting a shot. I know he’s been a perineal pro bowler, but that’s no substitute for the playoffs. A true leader! Best of luck, Kyle!
Reply9 months
I forget about him every 4 years. That says a lot.
9 months
Class act wouldn’t expect anything else
Reply9 months
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