J.J. Watt, NFL fans ripped Amazon for replaying Tua Tagovailoa’s traumatic injury

Amazon has to be better than this…

The NFL world is rightfully distraught at Tua Tagovailoa’s scary injury that occurred during Thursday Night Football.

In the second quarter of Thursday’s game between the Miami Dolphins and Cincinnati Bengals, Tagovailoa was brutally sacked and sustained head and neck injuries on the play. The injury comes just four days after Tagovailoa was seemingly concussed against the Buffalo Bills and had quite the frightening moment where he looked incredibly woozy, but returned to the game nonetheless.

At the time, NFL fans did not buy the explanation that it was a back injury, and unfortunately, their fears were realized in the worst possible way on Thursday.

Outside of NFL fans sending their well wishes to Tagovailoa, many questioned how Amazon handled the coverage of the moment. Multiple slow-motion replays were shown among other still shots of Tagovailoa in pain on the field.

Not only that, but Amazon failed to properly relay the full story of Tagovailoa’s recent concussion history to its audience during halftime.

Even Arizona Cardinals defensive end J.J. Watt spoke up on Twitter to condemn Amazon’s poor coverage.

NFL fans didn’t hold back their criticisms of Amazon after Tagovailoa’s injury.