The Buffalo Bills had a surprisingly good regular season, but they still needed help from another AFC team to end an 18-year playoff drought. And now the Bills have shown their appreciation for Cincinnati's last-second win over Baltimore that knocked the Ravens out of the postseason in the form of food. A LOT of food.
After earning the final playoff spot, the Bills promised to send the Bengals a bunch of Buffalo wings as a thank-you. And on Thursday night, this large, tasty delivery went out on Thursday night:
Your mouth is watering right now, isn't it?
We're happy to report this precious cargo arrived at its destination and went to great use at the Children's Home of Cincinnati.
Buffalo Bills fans have been even more generous while basking in the glow of their team ending the longest playoff drought in American pro sports. In the days since Andy Dalton's touchdown pass to Tyler Boyd beat Baltimore, Bills supporters have donated nearly $400,000 to the charities of those two Cincinnati players.
The Bills are at Jacksonville in an NFL wild card game on Sunday at 1 p.m. And they'll have all of Buffalo -- and Cincinnati -- behind them.