Bills' Aaron Williams stands by criticism over fist bump

Posted at 12:07 PM, Dec 08, 2014

Buffalo Bills safety Aaron Williams tells The Associated Press that he isn't backing away from his criticism of NFL officials and doesn't care if he's disciplined.

Williams said Monday he speaks the way he feels, and that's how he felt when he took issue with a fist bump between two officials after Denver running back C.J. Anderson scored his second of three touchdowns on Sunday. The Broncos beat Buffalo 24-17 in Denver.

Watch the fist bump below:

After the game, Williams expressed his displeasure on Twitter.

Williams linked a video of the fist bump and wrote: "No excuse for my performance but we can't win playing 16 vs 11 thought I seen it all Smh."

NFL spokesman Michael Signora called the fist bump an acknowledgment of good mechanics between the two officials involved in making the call.