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Christian Wilkins' day lasted all of two plays and 33 seconds. Officials ejected the Dolphins defensive lineman for throwing a punch at Bills offensive lineman Cody Ford. Scroll to continue with content Ad It came on an incomplete pass Josh Allen intended for Cole Beasley. The 15-yard penalty gave the Bills a first down instead of third-and-2. The drive ended with a 39-yard field goal by Stephen Hauschka, giving Buffalo a 3-0 lead.
Wilkins arguably is Miami's best defensive player. The 13th overall choice made 18 tackles and a pass breakup in five games before Sunday. © Provided by Sportority, Inc. (Minute Media) Christian Wilkins was ejected 33 seconds into the Miami Dolphins' Week 7 matchup against the Buffalo Bills. Wilkins threw a punch at Bills' lineman Cody Ford on the very first play from scrimmage.
He was nowhere near the ball. Christian Wilkins penalized and ejected for throwing a punch on the second play of the game. This comes just two weeks after Wilkins was penalized for supplexing a ball carrier. Flores talked about how that wouldn't happen again. pic.twitter.com/UGmuw8FR1P — Travis Wingfield (@WingfieldNFL) October 20, 2019 Wilkins was the 13th pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. The rookie had nine tackles on the season. Again, this took place on the first play from scrimmage. There was barely any time to get upset. Maybe the fact that he's already suffered more losses as a pro (five) than he did in four years at Clemson (four) had something to do with his mood today. Related slideshow: Best of the NFL season (provided by imagn)