Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen knows how special the Bills Mafia fan base is just two seasons into his young career.

“The excitement that the Bills fans bring, formally known as Bills Mafia, is different than anything I’ve ever seen.”

Through some highs and many lows, the Bills Mafia have stuck by their team despite a lack of success in the last 20-plus years. With the Bills playing the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday Night Football, NBC wanted to take a look at the rabid fan base.

In the video below made by NBC Sports for tomorrow night’s game, multiple Bills players praise Bills fans.

Pinto Ron, a fan that has traveled to over 400 straight games is highlighted. Del Reid, co-founder of the Bills Mafia, also talks about what makes the fan base special. The owner of the Bills Mafia house, a fan who moved from the UK to Canada due to his fandom and a woman who flies in from San Francisco for every Bills home game are just a few of the other fans who talk about what the Bills mean to them.

Prepare yourself for some goosebumps, Bills Mafia.

Here’s hoping that the Bills give their fan base something to cheer about tomorrow night at Heinz Field. A Bills win will ensure that the team makes the playoffs for the second time in three seasons under Sean McDermott.


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