Who is Bills star Jordan Poyer’s wife Rachel Bush slamming NFL refs for screwing her husband in Week 12?

In the NFL, it is not uncommon for wives and girlfriends of star players to get animated about the proceedings on the pitch. Over the years, there have been loads of cases where the partners have protested more about an incident than the players themselves, resulting in a hilarious situation for neutral spectators.

Something of that sort happened after the game between the Buffalo Bills and the Philadelphia Eagles as Rachel Bush, wife of Bills’ star safety Jordan Poyer, launched into berating the NFL officials.

Who is Bills star Jordan Poyer’s wife Rachel Bush?

Rachel Bush is an American Instagram model and wife of Buffalo Bills safety Jordan Poyer. The 26-year-old is a full-time model, regularly collaborating with brands to endorse their products on the market. Over the years, she has tantalized her growing fanbase with loads of glamorous pictures and it’s safe to say that they have revered her for it.

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Bush is often seen supporting her husband from the bleachers at Bills games. Although she wasn’t much of a fan of the sport before, things have changed dramatically ever since she got together with Jordan.

Rachel Bush brutally slams NFL refs for screwing her husband

Recently, during the game between the Eagles and the Bills, Rachel Bush took to Instagram to embark on a referee-trashing crusade, specifically marking out mistakes made on particular plays.

Her tirade went, ““I haven’t said a word about the refs all year but that loss of a TD is on them. This game will 100% be on them if it comes down to that,” she wrote in an Instagram Story.

Bush continued, “When are we going to start holding them accountable and calling this out!? Enough give me a break, if you’re watching this game it’s more than clear.”

It was clear from her rants that she was particularly interested in the game, as the Bills are finally picking up some form heading towards the end of the regular season. Even in this game against the high-flying Philadelphia Eagles, they put up a strong fight and pushed the 10-1 side to overtime, a rare feat considering the form some of those guys are in. If not for the alleged “sloppy decisions,” the Bills might have come away victorious.

What are your thoughts on the refereeing on display in the league nowadays? Let us know in the comments.


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