Bills send Bengals Buffalo wings as thank you
The Buffalo Bills and their fans are never going to forget what the Cincinnati Bengals did to help them out on Sunday, and they are certainly showing their gratitude.
Andy Dalton threw a 49-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Boyd on a 4th down play with under a minute left in Cincinnati’s game against the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday to take a 31-27 lead. That touchdown was the difference in the Bengals’ victory. Their win helped send the Bills to the playoffs because Buffalo held a tiebreaker over Baltimore.
After the game, the Bills tweeted to say they were going to send some Buffalo wings to the Bengals as a thank you:
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) January 1, 2018
Well the Bills made good on their promise. They sent a tweet on Thursday night saying that nearly 1500 wings were being sent from Duff’s over to the Bengals:
Our friends at Duff’s are hitting the road to Cincinnati tonight with:
90 lbs of celery
30 lbs of carrots
6 gallons of blue cheese
9 gallons of Duff’s wing sauce
And a TON of thank you’s from Buffalo! #GoBills
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) January 5, 2018
You gotta love it.
But that’s not the only form of generosity Buffalo is showing to the Bengals; Bills fans have also been making donations to Dalton’s charity to thank him for throwing the touchdown pass. The whole thing has been very cool, though not exactly a surprise for the Bills, who have done similar things in the past.