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The Bills didn’t win the offseason, as much as Rex Ryan might tell you they did. And they didn’t win the preseason, with injuries and suspensions popping up left and right. The regular season is here, though, and, uh, they just left two defensive players at the team hotel.

Both Jerry Hughes and Zach Brown — presumptive starters — missed the team bus on Sunday and, according to Mike Rodak of ESPN, were forced to Uber to M&T Bank Stadium for the Ravens game.

Hughes posted a video of himself and Brown, saying “when your team bus don’t want to wait up for the boys, so we used the homey, Uber!”

Now, one could point at this and say “wow technology is awesome and Uber allowed these guys to get to the game with plenty of time to play against the Ravens.”

One could also look at this and say “wow when you miss the bus in Week 1 that’s not a great sign for the season much less the game itself!”

The latter feels much more applicable, especially considering how the Bills offseason has gone in general thus far.

Rodak also pointed out later there was another Bills bus Hughes could have taken instead. But he chose to Uber as opposed to wait.

Jerry Hughes, who Instagrammed a video saying the team bus left him behind and he had to take an Uber, missed only the Bills’ first bus. There was another one later, but he apparently wanted to get to the game sooner.

So maybe he’s just hustling to get to the stadium and not at all out of sorts when it comes to arriving places on time. Yes, that’s it.


Source: CBS Sports Headlines / Two Bills players Uber to the game in Baltimore after missing the team bus