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Rico Report: Jon Feliciano Opens Up About His Buffalo Bills Exit



On the latest episode of The Rico Report, our host touched on a few topics. From Jon Feliciano’s choice comments about his exit from the Buffalo Bills to some breakout players for the 2022 season. Let’s get into it, shall we?

Jon Feliciano’s Interview (18:27)

In an appearance on ‘The Ariel Helwani Show’, former Bills OL Jon Feliciano had some choice words about his departure. He touched on a lot of issues, but we’re all stuck on a few particular quotes. When asked how he felt in the locker room following the devastating Divisional round loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, he had this to say.

“Part of me was like- Y’all got what you deserved.”

– Jon Feliciano on the Bills Divisional round loss to Kansas City

He continued, saying that he felt like we were missing some attitude on the offensive line, staring down Kansas City’s defense. That, if he’d been out there, it may not have been such a close game. It was, in conclusion, a wholly inaccurate take.

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We appreciate everything Jon Feliciano did for the Bills, but his attitude about getting benched and the ensuing playoff exit was, frankly, pathetic. He took his benching personally, but he was outplayed by Ryan Bates. The offensive line was significantly improved after his benching, and far removed from the reason we lost that game.

The Rest of the Show

Speaking of disgruntled people, Rico discussed Nick Saban’s recent NIL remarks (12:00). Rico also mashed it up with the viewers to discuss some potential breakout players (53:20) for the 2022 season. He asked: Who needs to solidify their place on this Buffalo Bills roster (1:05:41)? For all of this and more, check out the latest episode of The Rico Report on the Buffalo Fanatics YouTube channel.

One of the owners The Sports Wave, and a Journalist at Buffalo Fanatics, I'm an English immigrant living in Canada. A huge Buffalo Bills fan, I also love my Boston Celtics, Toronto Blue Jays, and Queens Park Rangers.