Bills left tackle Dion Dawkins says he's 'not a fan of the Jets' after postgame skirmish

A skirmish following the Buffalo Bills' 32-6 win over the New York Jets on Sunday resulted in Bills left tackle Dion Dawkins calling the Jets "very disrespectful players."

"I'm not a fan of the Jets. Very disrespectful players," Dawkins said after the game, via ESPN. "It's what it is, and when we can run and pass and beat a team like that, cool."

The scuffle, according to SNY, moved into the tunnel and featured Dawkins and Jets defensive end Michael Clemons. They'd previously had a post-whistle shoving match during the fourth quarter when Dawkins blocked Clemons into the ground after the game.

"Beat that (expletive), too," one Bills player yelled toward the Jets in the aftermath of the kerfuffle, per SNY.

Clemons did not address the media after the game, but his teammate, cornerback D.J. Reed, told ESPN that "Clemons was real mad about something."

Dawkins called the Jets' defensive line coach, Aaron Whitecotton, a "very emotional guy." But he wasn't sure what the Jets were upset about.

"It's probably anger," Dawkins said. "A little bit of – a lotta bit of emotions. Like, there's a lot of emotional guys over there, very emotional guys. Even their D-line coach – very emotional, unmanly."

The Bills sacked Jets quarterback Zach Wilson, who was benched for Tim Boyle in the third quarter, five times. As an offense, the Bills posted 405 total yards.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Bills' Dion Dawkins calls out Jets for being 'very disrespectful'