For those that may not have caught it when Aaron Williams made the game-clinching interception with two minutes left in the game to seal the Bills win over the Colts, the safety paid homage to his former teammate Fred Jackson.
Williams at the end of the play did Fred Jackson’s ‘Incredible Hulk tear open the shirt move.’ When asked about it after the game, Williams explained why he did it.
“Freddy’s meant a lot to me, everybody knows that,” said Williams. “The first game at the Ralph, the crowd, the fans did an amazing job of rocking it. I had to do it. It was personal for me. It wasn’t anything with the business side of it, it was just for me, he meant a lot to me. He got me to where I’m at today. He made me the person and the man in this locker room to lead this team. I definitely pay tribute to him.”
Tags: Aaron Williams, Fred Jackson
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