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Six famous Buffalo Bills fans

Have the Bills got you feeling like this?

While yesterday's 20-27 Bills loss against the Steelers might have been tough for Bills fans, misery loves company, right? That's why we assembled a quick list of famous Bills fans who are also feeling the heartbreak.

1. Logan Couture

The San Jose Sharks right winger may have grown up in Ontario, but he's been a vocal #BillsMafia supporter on social media. Before the Raiders game, he asked his Twitter followers for where to find the best Bills tailgates before attending the game.

He also captured this image from the game, adding the hashtag #BillsMafia.


A photo posted by Logan Couture (@loganc89) on

2. William Fichtner

Couture wasn't the only famous Bills fan spotted at the Bills-Raiders game. Cheektowaga native William Fichtner, whose credits include "Crash," "The Dark Knight" and "Black Hawk Down," was spotted inside Alameda Coliseum.

3. Chad Michael Murray 

As a Western New York native, the "One Tree Hill" star has been a lifetime Bills and Sabres fan and frequently posts about his hometown teams on social media. Murray and his wife, Sarah Roemer, were spotted sporting Bills gear in an Instagram post as they were heading to watch the game Sunday.

Gameward bound! @chadmurray15 @buffalobills #billsmafia #snowday #buffalove #itsbeginningtolookalotlikechristmas

A photo posted by Sarah Roemer (@rooeemer) on

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4. Wolf Blitzer

Wolf Blitzer, another Buffalo native, cherished the Bills games he attended with his father. 

"They're still my team and they always will be," he says.

He also presented CNN's John King with a Bills jersey after the Bills beat the Patriots.

5. Christopher McDonald 

The actor known for his role as Shooter McGavin in "Happy Gilmore" might have been spotted wearing a Sabres hat at Nickel City Con this year, but McDonald's also a big Bills fan and isn't afraid to show his support.

6. Summer Sanders 

Two-time Olympic gold medalist Summer Sanders lives in Salt Lake City, but she's a big Bills fan who's often spotted cheering for the Bills on social media. Her husband, former Olympic skiier Erik Schlopy, is from Hamburg.

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