Huge Buffalo Bills Banner Goes Up at City Hall [VIDEO]
Everywhere you go around Western New York right now, it's Bills mania. For good reason, the Buffalo Bills have won the AFC East for back-to-back seasons, made the playoffs the last three seasons, and are getting ready to take on their nemesis, the New England Patriots in the Wild Card Round at Highmark Stadium this Saturday night.
The Bills went 25 years between AFC East division championships, and have now, won back-to-back division crowns for the first time since the team went to the Super Bowl for a fourth straight time in 1993.
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That's why the City of Buffalo took time out on Thursday to hang a huge banner at City Hall, to honor the Bills achievement.
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The Bills and Patriots will play each other for the first time ever in the playoffs. Technically, both teams played one another in the AFL playoffs, back when New England was called the Boston Patriots, but they have never met in the postseason since the AFL/NFL merger in 1970.
The Bills will have a full lineup for what seems like all season, as head coach Sean McDermott said that everyone will be a full go for this Saturday night, earlier today on WGR radio in Buffalo.
Kickoff will be at 8:15 pm on Saturday at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park. Bills-owned stadium lots will open four hours before kickoff and the usual traffic patterns are expected to be in place.