SJ - December 20, 2020
The Bills won the AFC East on Saturday night for the first time in 25 years and the Bills Mafia celebrated accordingly. With the win they will host a playoff game and as of right now it will be without fans.
A playoff game in Buffalo won't be the same if the Bills Mafia isn't allowed to attend. They need to be in the stands and in the parking lot throwing themselves through tables.
Fans and family are calling for New York Governor Andrew Cuomo to allow them to attend. Bills safety Jordan Poyer's wife Rachel Bush, who hasn't been shy about her opinion on the subject, called him out on Twitter.
Message to Cuomo: your science & stats show majority of the spread comes from households. Guess what will be happening if fans aren’t allowed in the OUTDOOR stadium. LARGE INDOOR gatherings you won’t be able to control. follow your science. Make a statement ASAP, fans allowed.
— Rachel (@Rachel__Bush) December 20, 2020
Cuomo said during a conference call on Sunday that he wants to attend the Bills playoff game, but he added that the infection and hospitalization rate in western New York will determine whether fans will be allowed to attend.
I'm with Rachel on this. Not allowing people to attend football games isn't going to stop the spread. Let the Bills Mafia enjoy a playoff game in person.