Say What? Top NFL Head Coach Under Fire for Allegedly Lauding 9/11 Terrorists’ Teamwork

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Buffalo Bills head coach Sean McDermott is on the proverbial hot seat right now, and it’s got nothing to do with the fact that his team is underperforming at the moment.

The 6-6 Bills travel to face the reigning Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, and a loss would almost assuredly knock the Bills out of the playoff hunt — an ignominious result for a team that many had pegged as a playoff lock and Super Bowl contender prior to the season.

But instead of preparing for that monumental game with clear eyes and 100 percent focus, the team has been rocked by a 4-year-old scandal that has been dredged up anew.

The scandal, according to ESPN, stems from a 2019 training camp meeting in which McDermott casually lauded the teamwork that the 9/11 terrorists exhibited in successfully hijacking multiple planes.

McDermott is said to have “[asked] players in the room questions about how the attacks were executed and [referenced] the hijackers getting on the same page.”

Several players confirmed this wild anecdote, while others told ESPN they did not recall it.

The bizarre comments were brought up again on Thursday in a long-form piece on the Bills by Go Long, which largely tried to examine why the team is underachieving.

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