What In The World Was Flying Overhead at Highmark Stadium? [PHOTO]
The Buffalo Bills had the worst loss of the 2021 season and probably the worst loss since 2018 on Sunday -- losing 41-15 to the Indianapolis Colts at Highmark Stadium.
Colts running back Jonathan Taylor ran all over the Bills, rushing for nearly 200 yards and four touchdowns, with another touchdown through the air. The Bills offense didn't play well either, as quarterback Josh Allen forced turnovers and was running for his life on many downs.
The loss drops the Bills to 6-4, and now technically second behind the New England Patriots for first in the AFC East (Patriots have game in hand).
The best part about yesterday's game was the pregame festivities with former running backs Marshawn Lynch and Fred Jackson returning, and if you were looking overhead just before kickoff, you may have seen a strange sight in the sky.
There was a plane carrying a Pac-Man banner. No, really.
What's strange is the ghosts are chasing Pac-Man, when it should be the other way around. Although these aren't glowing ghosts, so I guess it's technically appropriate.
I'm not sure why this was flying overhead at Highmark Stadium yesterday. Does anyone have an answer?
As for the Bills on the field, they next play the New Orleans Saints at the Caesar's Superdome for a Thanksgiving night matchup on Thursday. It's the Bills first-ever game at the night time slot for Turkey Day.
To say it's a must-win is an understatement. The win would give them a tie with the Patriots for first place in the AFC East.