Ted Karras appears to be fitting right in with the Cincinnati Bengals.
The former New England Patriots offensive lineman signed a three-year, $18 million contract with Cincinnati last offseason, and his team is now 7-4 after a 20-16 road win over the Tennessee Titans.
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Following the victory, Karras had some very strong words for the Nissan Stadium crowd as he walked off the field. (Warning: Video contains NSFW language. Lots of it.)
"Right up yours, Tennessee!" Karras barked at the crowd. "F--- you! F--- you!"
WLWT's Mark Slaughter, who took the video, suggested Titans fans may have played a role in instigating Karras' passionate rant.
Two of Karras' former Patriots teammates -- defensive lineman Davon Godchaux and current Los Angeles Chargers linebacker Kyle Van Noy -- got quite the kick out of seeing Karras this fired up.
Karras had good reason to gloat: The Bengals have now won three in a row and own the second Wild Card spot in the AFC. Karras will face his old team on Christmas Eve when the Bengals visit New England in Week 16.