Posted by: Jeremy | September 15, 2009

McKelvin’s lawn trashed, Patrick Kane likely responsible

Leodis McKelvin, before the storm

Leodis McKelvin, before the storm

According to ESPN, the front lawn of Monday Night Football goat Leodis McKelvin’s Buffalo home was vandalized Tuesday, though there’s no word yet on whether or not local hellraiser Patrick Kane had anything to do with it.

There aren’t many details at the moment, though a Bills spokesperson said they’re considering it a police matter. One Buffalo player, Kawika Mitchell, took to Twitter to warn his friendly neighbours to stay off his lawn: “We have Fam at our homes to protect. If u show ur face on my prop Ill make sure I do everythin to keep my Fam safe,” he posted.

McKelvin, of course, made the fateful decision to take a kickoff out of the end zone despite Buffalo’s hands team being on the field with just over two minutes to go after a New England touchdown cut the Bills’ lead to five. With six seconds to reach the two-minute warning, McKelvin would’ve cost the Patriots a chance to stop the clock had he been able to keep his hands on the ball. He couldn’t, and went from being the greatest guy in the world to a man worthy of having his front yard trashed.



  1. i mitve been the kane nd the cab driver that he assaulted this might have been the settlement……@ least they wrked 2gether nd r living happily ever after

  2. Lawn vandalism is actually Kane’s crime of passion…

  3. Poor Leodis. At least he’s not pressing charges.

  4. Yeah, it’s good that he’s able to laugh it off…makes the kids that did it realize it wasn’t worth doing, if they hadn’t figured that yet.

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