Yard Barker- Tennessee Titans offensive lineman Taylor Lewan is known for being quite outspoken and riling up opponents, and he’s made some angry enemies on the Buffalo Bills’ defensive line.
Things started after Sunday’s 14-7 Bills win, Lewan’s first game of the season after a four-game suspension for a violation of the league’s drug policy. The biggest shot was fired by Bills defensive lineman Shaq Lawson, who was not impressed when asked about Lewan and the Tennessee offensive line after the game.
“We knew what his weakness was — he gives up inside moves and this was an inside game,” Lawson said, via Marcel Louis-Jacques of ESPN. “He’s a fake tough guy … he was quiet today.”
Undeterred, Lewan took to Twitter to take a shot at Lawson’s lack of statistical success in 2019.
Lawson’s teammate, defensive tackle Jordan Phillips, was not having that.
Lawson wasn’t all that impressed, either.
Phillips had three sacks, so it’s fair to say he can talk. In total, Titans QB Marcus Mariota was sacked five times, so it’s probably not the best game for Lewan to be trying to talk trash after. That said, this is what he does, and this likely isn’t going to stop him.