The Buffalo Bills are showing their gratitude for the Cincinnati Bengals’ Week 17 victory over the Baltimore Ravens which helped the Bills end their 17-year playoff drought.
After Buffalo fans donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to charities of Andy Dalton and Tyler Boyd, the two Bengals players involved in the last-minute game-winning touchdown, the Bills are sending a local staple to Cincinnati.
Following the win, the Bills promised they would send buffalo wings to the Bengals.
This week, they are delivering.
Here was the initial promise from the Bills to the Bengals:
— Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) January 1, 2018
On Thursday night, a truck began the trip from Buffalo to Cincinnati to make the delivery.
According to the Bills, the shipment included 1,440 wings, 90 pounds of celery, 30 pounds of carrots, six gallons of blue cheese dressing and nine gallons of Duff’s wing sauce
Hopefully the Bengals are ready for a feast.
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
Sure, Cincinnati would have preferred the win punching their own ticket to the postseason, but this is a pretty great consolation prize.
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