The Buffalo Bills are 4-3 and need to win tonight's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, in order to keep up with the Miami Dolphins, who lead the AFC East with a 5-2 record.

The Bills have struggled to find consistency on offense, with slow starts the biggest problem the last three weeks. The defense didn't play well this past Sunday vs. the New England Patriots but they have been ravaged by injuries (Matt Milano, DaQuan Jones, Tre'Davious White).

This is a Thursday Night Football game, which means the game will be on Amazon Prime. It will be shown locally in the Buffalo market.

Get our free mobile app

One of the analysts on Amazon Prime's coverage is former Bills quarterback, Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Fitz officially retired last year and is in his second season as a pregame and postgame host on Amazon Prime. He's extremely good at it and has won over NFL fans.

This means Fitz is back in Orchard Park tonight; we will have to wait and see what he decides to do on the broadcast. He loves going to Mulberry Italian Ristorante in Lackawanna and was at the Bills playoff game in January of 2022 against the New England Patriots (shirtless).

We can't predict that Fitz will go shirtless tonight, since he's a professional TV host now, but wouldn't it be amazing if he decided to do something for Bills Mafia during the Bills game?

Fitz was literally the QB when Bills Mafia became a thing (2010-2011). He only played in Buffalo for four seasons but is one of the most beloved players to ever play for the Bills.

16 Buffalo Bills With Some Of The Best And Worst Nicknames

Gallery Credit: Brett Alan

22 Famous Buffalo Sports Phrases Every Die-Hard Bills and Sabres Fan Knows

Being a sports fan in Buffalo is sometimes like knowing a different language. Here are 22 of our favorite Buffalo sports phrases you already know if you're a huge fan! And if you're new here, here's how to catch up.

Gallery Credit: Clay Moden

15 Things You Should Never Do at a Bills Home Game

Things that are a no-no to do at a Buffalo Bills home game.

More From 106.5 WYRK