Clowney made the tackle on the Bills' RB literally by a single hair.
Jadeveon Clowney wasn't going to let Chris Ivory get away.
Trailing 10-6 in the fourth quarter to the Texans, the Buffalo Bills handed the ball off to Ivory hoping he could break away for a big gain. He almost did, until Clowney came up behind him and lunged himself forward to make the tackle literally by a hair.
Clowney's dreadlock yank brought Ivory down for a loss of three yards.
The move, according to NFL rules, is legal, as any hair that flows out of the helmet is considered a part of a player's uniform.
The Texans (3–3) finished the game with a 20-13 win over the Bills (2–4). Clowney now has seven tackles for a loss on the year.