The Buffalo Bills are hosting their first playoff game since 1996, and despite the Coronavirus pandemic allowed 6,700 spectators into their stadium. One of them stood out, because she held a pretty appropriate sign as captured by CBS’ camera crew in the first quarter of the game against the Indianapolis Colts:
It only took 25 years and a pandemic to win the AFC East.
After a quarter century field with heartbreak, Buffalo finally climbed back onto the top of the AFC East this season by finishing with a 13-3 record and as the number two seed in the AFC.
By winning 13 games, they were able to dethrone a New England Patriots team that won the division 11 times in a row and dominated it ever since Tom Brady’s rise to the starting quarterback position in 2000. With Brady now in Tampa Bay and the Patriots hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic this year, however, the Bills took advantage of their opportunity to capture the division.