Tyreek Hill Calls Out Buffalo and Bills Mafia Fanbase
The Buffalo Bills will host their AFC East rival, Miami Dolphins this Sunday. Kickoff from Highmark Stadium is at 1 pm.
The game is the marquee matchup of week 4, as the Dolphins come into the game undefeated and the Bills are 2-1, with two blowout wins themselves.
Miami’s high-powered offense was in full force in week 3, as they accumulated the second-most yards in NFL history (726) and scored an amazing 70 points against the Denver Broncos.
This home game is one Bills fans always look forward to every year but this one feels much different, since both teams are great and AFC contenders. It hasn’t been like that for over 20 years.
The Dolphins have one of the most hated NFL players for Bills fans — mostly for what he did as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs…Tyreek Hill.
The all-pro wide receiver leads the league in receiving and Hill isn’t afraid to speak his mind to the media. He had some words for Bills fans coming to the game on Sunday.
Hill told the media on Wednesday that Buffalo is “just like any other fanbase.”
“I feel like it’s not any different from any away game,” said Hill. He also added they will go in there, “unfazed.”
Highmark Stadium has a reputation as one of the most hostile environments in the NFL. The Bills fanbase is a huge reason why but the old-design of the stadium means fans are right on top of the players. It’s got one tunnel entrance and one of the loudest in the league.
Bills fans might decide to make it a little louder than normal, after these comments from Tyreek Hill.