The video of the Bills’ head coach chasing players with a gladiator stick has gone viral.

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The video of the Bills’ head coach chasing players with a gladiator stick has gone viral.

Sean McDermott, the head coach of the Buffalo Bills, isn’t afraid to get on the field with his players during practice, but he appears to be extra creative when it comes to preparing the team for the Indianapolis Colts in Week 11.

McDermott was seen chasing his players at practice with a Gladiator stick in a video posted on Twitter on Wednesday, November 17.

“Either he’s had enough of the (hashtag)Bills fumbling the football or he’s just keeping ready for a possible reboot of American Gladiators,” 13 WHAM reporter Dan Fetes tweeted.

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Sean McDermott has either had enough of the (hashtag)Bills fumbling the football or is simply preparing for a possible American Gladiators reboot. (hashtag)BillsMafia pic.twitter.comFuRd5KWPBF

November 17, 2021 — Dan Fetes (@danfetes)

Fans were ecstatic to see McDermott working out with his players, and the video quickly went viral.

One man tweeted, “I love that he’s out there with them, participating and working up a sweat.”

“There aren’t many NFL coaches who can say they get right into the game with their players like that.”

Another fan asked a similar question, pointing out that McDermott was clearly using a homemade Gladiator stick.

“Honest question, how many other HC’s are out there with his team wearing a boxing glove on a stick?” he asked.

Sean McDermott: BillsMafia (hashtag)American Gladiator pic.twitter.comBUFTycb9gN

November 17, 2021 — Dan Fetes (@danfetes)

One man made a joke about McDermott’s candidacy.

He tweeted, “He has such a ‘get off my lawn’ pace to him lol,” while another person said, “I pity the fool who drops a fumble this week.”

In Week 11, the Colts are hoping to upset the Bills.

Following a dominant 45-17 win over the New York Jets in Week 10, the Bills (6-3) will look to continue their winning ways against the Indianapolis Colts (5-5) in Week 11.

While the Bills are 6.5-point favorites heading into Sunday’s game, Indianapolis is considered a “dark horse” to beat Buffalo and advance to the Super Bowl.

Despite the Colts’ (plus)6000 odds to win Super Bowl 56, Bleacher Report’s Maurice Moton wrote on November 17 that quarterback Carson Wentz’s comeback, in which he’s thrown 17 touchdowns and only three interceptions, and the incomparable force of running back…

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