A Buffalo Bills fan caused something of a stir this week with her sign about Philadelphia Eagles fans.
With arguably the most highly-anticipated game of the week occurring at Lincoln Financial Field, many Bills fans made the brave decision to attend while fully representing their favorite team.
That said, knowing the reputation that Eagles fans have, they made sure to take the proper precautions.
Case in point, this particular Bills fan:
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You have to respect the effort there. And although Buffalo came up just short in their effort to beat Philly at home, it was a heck of a game for all parties involved.
In an NFL weekend that saw a Cincinnati Bengals cheerleader’s racy photos leak out and Pam Oliver seemingly suffer some sort of medical issue, it would be hard for just about anyone to break through the noise.
But that is precisely what that Bills fan did.
Fan fun times notwithstanding, this is shaping up to be a disastrous season for Buffalo.
This squad came in with Super Bowl aspirations. And unlike the Bengals, who can at least point to Joe Burrow’s health as the primary source of their woes, the Bills have no excuses.
The Bills are 6-6 on the year and just look like a bad football team. Every facet of the game is going poorly for them.
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Fortunately, at least one of Buffalo’s problems will likely be solved by season’s end. Brian Daboll is having a terrible year with the New York Giants in 2023 and there is a feasible scenario where Josh Allen might be able to get him back in 2024.
That might help with the clear quarterbacking regression that has taken place in Buffalo ever since Daboll’s exit.
The Eagles may have walked out of Sunday’s game with a win, but at least Bills fans have their wit to fall back on in the face of this crushing season.
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.