Jan 20, 2013; Foxboro, MA, USA; Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones (12) is tackled by New England Patriots middle linebacker Brandon Spikes (55) in the fourth quarter of the AFC championship game at Gillette Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Stew Milne-USA TODAY Sports

Brandon Spikes Breaks Silence

It has been quietly assumed that Brandon Spikes was not happy about how the New England Patriots handled his final days as a Patriot.  Spikes did not show his feelings and only portrayed his delight to be in Buffalo as well as follow his mentor, Pepper Johnson, and his cousin, Takeo, here to Buffalo.

Takeo is no longer a Bill and has not been for a while, but he has stated that he still pushes for the Bills to win stating that the fans here deserve it more than anyone.

Brandon Spikes, earlier today has broken his silence about leaving the Patriots via the great social networking app, Twitter.

In a series of Tweets, Spikes states that it will  be Christmas to give the Pats two losses this coming year as well as that he was “4 years a slave”.

“Great games on the schedule for 2014, but it’s going to be like Christmas to hand the #Patriots#PatriotsNation a L…twice! #BILLSMAFIA

BrandonSpikes51 (@BrandonSpikes51) April 9, 2014


“it’s icing on my cake to hand the #Patriots two big L’s this year. #justwatch

BrandonSpikes51 (@BrandonSpikes51) April 9, 2014

Spikes’ Patriot career seemed to end when he was placed on injured reserve prior to a playoff match-up against the Indianapolis Colts.  The decision was not mutual, which was stated by his agent.

Throwing fuel on the fire to what is already a building excitement for the start of the year.



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