What began as something of an all-out brawl between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Buffalo Bills, Leonard Fournette and Shaq Lawson quickly made it all about themselves.
Ejected from the game, both Fournette and Lawson seemed intent on finishing what they had started.
Leonard Fournette and Shaq Lawson get tossed, had to be separated walking off the field after Bills-Jags break out in fight after the whistle pic.twitter.com/0JxazsXlII
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) November 25, 2018
What began with a contested touchdown for the Jaguars, quickly became a brawl between both sides; the two players who remained deadlocked in their clinch on the ground seemingly oblivious to it all.
JAGS-BILLS FIGHT! Fournette throwing haymakers 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/yRZTUzWXYG
— bruce allen yammed off coors light (@pnkyreggaeprty) November 25, 2018
When it was eventually determined that both Fournette and Lawson had to go, the two players appeared insistent that they were not going quietly, anyway.
Looking quite menacing as he tipped down his visor just before launching into Lawson, Fournette seemed to be taking quite his fair share of abuse from the disgruntled home fans.
Upon leaving the field of play, one fans appeared to get particularly close.
Leonard Fournette and Shaq Lawson both ejected. Still heated in the tunnel. pic.twitter.com/3R9xfP8vqk
— Nick Veronica (@NickVeronica) November 25, 2018
Here is a fan in the front row making contact with Leonard Fournette as he’s ejected and exits through tunnel at same time as Shaq Lawson. pic.twitter.com/K9BjQj9Bjd
— Mike Rodak (@mikerodak) November 25, 2018
Not merely content with leaving it all out on the pitch, Fournette and Lawson took it all the way down the tunnel too. It was a decision that left many wondering what in earth the organisers were thinking.
— Sports Illustrated (@SInow) November 25, 2018
— Sam Block (@theblockspot) November 25, 2018
Because it's a smart idea for team officials to take Fournette and Lawson up the same tunnel at the same time...
— Jason Wolf (@JasonWolf) November 25, 2018