Buffalo Bills Safety Aaron Williams could be set for a punishment off the league after refusing to back down from his criticism of NFL officials.
Wilson was angered by the officials in the Bills game with the Denver Broncos on Sunday in which the Bills lost 24-17.
There was a controversial moment from the officials following C.J Anderson's second rushing touchdown of the game for the Broncos.
After giving the signal to award the touchdown to the Broncos, the two officials are seen fist bumping on the goal line.
A very controversial action that sparked many fans to question what they were seeing and Williams was certainly one of them.
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Williams initially sent out a controversial tweet with video footage of the two referees interaction.
"No excuse for my performance but can't win playing 16 vs 11 thought I seen it all" - Williams initial controversial tweet
Williams clearly hinting at the officials in the game being biased towards the Broncos cause, and his attitudes clearly haven't changed.
"I speak the way I feel, and that's the way I feel." - Williams on his comments
Clearly Williams is not going to back down on his opinions of a controversy and he wasn't alone in his criticism.
Bills Cornerback Corey Graham admitted that it "wasn't a good look" but was a bit more reserved of the officials acknowledging that it could have been the officials showing pleasure in making the right call.
A big bump to the Bills
The loss to the Broncos on Sunday has dealt a big blow to the Bills play-off hopes as they are now on the fringe of the AFC hopefuls.
Having to settle for being the 11th seed in the conference, the 7-6 Bills face an uphill task to make it to the post-season.
It doesn't get easier for the Bills however as they still have to face two major Super Bowl contenders in the Green Bay Packers and New England Patriots.
Having to go on the road to the Patriots and welcoming the Packers to the Ralph Wilson Stadium, the Bills face a big end to the regular season.