Noted cheap-shot-artist Kiko Alonso tried to take another huge cheap shot on Sunday against the Buffalo Bills. With Josh Allen being taken to the ground, the Miami Dolphins’ linebacker launched himself toward the quarterback.
Following the hit, several Bills jumped into a scrum with the Dolphins. In the ensuing fight, two more personal fouls were called. Bills tackle Jordan Mills and Dolphins defensive end Robert Quinn had some trouble being separated. Alonso, Quinn, and Mills were all ejected.
Here’s the hit:
WHAT THE F*^% IS KIKO DOING?! pic.twitter.com/BhhTyAbfGq— Cover 1 (@Cover_1_) December 30, 2018
Bills radio color commentator Mark Kelso, a former NFL safety, had some strong words for Alonso following the play and even threatened to go down on the field to deliver those words personally.
Here is the call of the Kiko Alonso late hit and subsequent scrum. Our Mark Kelso had some strong words for Kiko. #GoBills pic.twitter.com/6bW9Z1i8OY— WGR 550 (@WGR550) December 30, 2018
Replacing Mills for Buffalo was Conor McDermott. A few plays later, Buffalo found the end zone to make it a 28-14 lead.
Alonso has a history of taking cheap shots, most notably when he took out Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco in a 2017 game, but he was not ejected nor suspended for that shot. CBS even had a graphic ready:
CBS' montage of other dirty plays by Kiko Alonso: pic.twitter.com/DXTLE43ynI— Heather Prusak (@haprusak) December 30, 2018