Cousins Rachel Polanski and Aubrey Neal are at the Winter Olympics in South Korea and brought their Bills flag with them to show their #BillsMafia spirit. Aubrey has been posting photos of the duo with their flag at Olympic venues.
Polanski and Neal were both born and raised in Buffalo, although Neal spent about 10 years living in New York City. She remains a "die-hard"…
A number of Buffalo Bills fans planned ahead, figuring the Bills would beat Jacksonville last weekend and face New England on Saturday night in Foxborough in the AFC Division Playoff.
Even though the Bills did not make it, that did not stop some stalwart Bills fans from attending the game anyway and wearing their Bills gear, as captured by Patriots team reporter Meredit…
The Bills Mafia was all over Jacksonville for the Bills' playoff game against the Jaguars.
Some, though, are unhappy with what Bills fans left behind.
According to a report from WJAX-TV, the Jacksonville fire department was called to EverBank Field to put out a bonfire that was started by Bills fans. The fire included beer cans, tables and trash.
Here are photos o…
Bill Cowher spent time with members of the Bills Mafia this week for a piece on "The NFL Today" on CBS.
Cowher proclaimed his inclusion Sunday in the Bills Mafia in the most #BillsMafia way possible: Going through a table.
Cowher also was the only member of the CBS pregame show to pick the Bills to win Sunday's playoff game against Jacksonville.
One of the key pieces of equipment for Bills fans who love to tailgate has been the folding table.
So even though Sunday's AFC wild-card game is on the road, there were plenty of tables. Fan Tim Konzziela went one step further — bringing a Bills-themed table with him.
Another Bills fan on the same Southwest flight shot a photo of the table rolling down the ramp as th…
The Bills Mafia has taken over Jacksonville.
From the scenes at the airport of the "Shout" song to reports of the Saturday night tailgate party running out of beer before it hardly got going, Bills fans are seemingly everywhere.
One place they were early Sunday morning was lined up at the gates of EverBank Field. Really early.
According to reports, stadium officia…
Fans going through tables while tailgating at Bills game has become a media fixation.
So with Amherst native Rob Gronkowski returning to Buffalo this weekend with the New England Patriots, he was asked whether he had ever gone through a table at a Bills tailgate.
"Not at a tailgate, but I've been through tables before, for sure," he said. "Like at family get-together…
Comedy Central's "South Park" became the latest to roast the Los Angeles Chargers about their attendance woes since leaving San Diego, and the Bills make an appearance in the episode aired Wednesday.
In the show – a clip is below – the Chargers are shown warming up in a massive empty stadium except for one fan sitting with his nachos and wearing a Philip Rivers jersey.
Brian Masterson is a diehard Bills fan who hasn't missed a game in seven years.
When the Bills signed Micah Hyde, he decided to get Hyde's jersey.
He had to wait for two months, but the jersey arrived the night before the Oakland game.
Of course, he wore it to the game.
We will let Masterson tell you the rest in his own words:
I picked Hyde’s jersey because …
Yeah, the members of the Bills Mafia start young. How young?
Well, this Bills fan already showed his newborn — dressed in Bills gear — the art of breaking a table.
Kudos for the sense of humor.
Two prevailing questions remain about this weekend, at least in my (fairly bizarre) mind.
A) Is the weather going to be nightmarish again?
B) Why are there so many Octoberfest celebrations in September?
The answers to both are fairly simple: For A, the Saturday forecast has rain for much of the region, especially as the day progresses. Sunday is supposed to be cool and …
Former Bills running back Fred Jackson epitomized Buffalo. He was an underdog from a small college, an overachiever who made his impact both on and off the field. His smile was contagious, and his integrity and competitive spirit drew his Buffalo teammates to rally around him during eight playoff-less seasons in Orchard Park.
[Read the September 2014 feature called "Why B…
If you ever doubted the power of social media, here's a story to convince you.
Late at night April 29, a Facebook user by the name of Lydia Hoeppner posted a picture of a young couple on vacation. The man was wearing a Buffalo Bills T-shirt.
"Share share," Hoeppner wrote. "Trying to locate one of these people to hopefully returns their camera with their March 2015 Hawaii…