Bills fans also donating to Bengals WR Tyler Boyd's charity

Ann Santiago
January 6, 2018

Dalton posted a video on his Twitter account Wednesday expressing his gratitude with an update on the donations. "The impact it's going to make is gonna be huge".

The Bills said they decided on the exact number of wings because that was the most that would fit in the truck.

Founded by Dalton and his wife, the foundation provides resources for families with seriously ill and physically-challenged children in Cincinnati and Fort Worth, Texas, where Dalton played in college at Texas Christian University. What a great moment it was, the Bengals beating the Ravens in the final seconds after Andy Dalton threw to Tyler Boyd for a touchdown.

Consider this: it's unbelievable that thousands of fans from Buffalo are opening their hearts and wallets to a Cincinnati cause, but let's see if we can top them.

Buffalo has been hungry for playoff football and now they're making sure the Bengals are well fed as a thank you for their role in helping the Bills reach the postseason.

Look what happened in Toronto when the Blue Jays finally broke North America's longest pro sports playoff drought - 22 years - in 2015, culminating in the euphoria of Jose Bautista's epic three-run homer and bat flip. The win knocked the Ravens out of the playoffs and pushed the Bills in. The team made the announcement on Twitter Thursday and said the gesture is for a "TON of thank you's from Buffalo".

The Bills, who will visit Jacksonville for a first-round playoff clash on Sunday, haven't won a playoff game since the 1995 campaign, two years after suffering their fourth Super Bowl defeat in as many years.

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