Bill’s safety Micah Hyde is on everyone’s lips after the end of his team’s 2022 season.
After the Bills’ disappointing loss to the Bengals (27-10) in the divisional round, Hyde made a revelation. He said if the team had won he would have been healthy enough to play.
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This sucks for the fan favorite.
Of course, by not being out there, Hyde felt like he wasn’t there for his teammates all year.
He originally sustained a neck injury by week 2. Hyde missed significant playing time for the first time in his career.
On a more personal level, Hyde said on locker cleaning day that he let his security partner Jordan Poyer down.
“It hurt because he had to go on without me, I would have been the same, it would have been more on my shoulders,” Hyde said. “I feel like I kind of let him down.”
For more information from Hyde, see the attached WIVB-TV video below:
Micah Hyde spoke about the pain of seeing Jordan Poyer go down in yesterday’s game and how Poyer’s future with the #Bills is up in the air.
“There was more on Po’s shoulders this year than any other year we’ve been here. To be honest I felt like I let him down.” pic.twitter.com/GjwKTgbKY7
— Heather Prusak (@haprusak) January 23, 2023