Rachel Bush takes aim at the NFL's officiating following the Bills' heartbreaker.
Rachel Bush is not pleased with the refereeing in Monday's 34-31 loss to the Titans.
The wife of Buffalo Bills safety Jordan Poyer, who is renowned for her outspoken social media posts, took to Instagram Wednesday to express her disappointment at the team's second loss of the season.
"When the td is called back for holding but at least three more game-changing holds go uncalled," Bush commented beside a photo of herself watching Monday's game.
Bush was alluding to the Bills' expensive penalties that resulted in the loss of two touchdowns. On two separate occasions, Andre Smith and Emmanuel Sanders were cited for holding.
Poyer added a couple heart-eyes emojis to his response. Brittany Williams, the girlfriend of Bills quarterback Josh Allen, concurred with Bush in the comments section, saying, "Preach QUEEN."
On Monday, the AFC East-leading Bills trailed by a field goal and elected to go for a touchdown in the final seconds on a fourth-and-1 inside the Titans' 10-yard line. Allen, on the other hand, appeared to slip behind the line on his sneak try and fell short of the first down.
Bush has been in the news for months due to her comments regarding COVID-19 vaccines. The model, who has been outspoken about her pro-choice attitude on coronavirus vaccines, has urged the NFL to change its health and safety policies for unvaccinated and vaccinated players.
She has also publicly defended Bills players, including wide receiver Cole Beasley, who have maintained a "pro-choice" attitude about COVID-19 immunizations.
The Bills will have a Week 7 bye before hosting the Dolphins on Halloween.