Bills fans may have it rough, but things could be much, much worse.
The Cleveland Browns are 0-12 heading into the final four games of the season. They won one game in 2016 and only three in 2015. Bills fans have gotten to celebrate six victories this year, more than Browns fans have had since the Doug Marrone era.
Browns fans, in turn, have begun fundraising for "perfect season" parade if the team completes a winless season. The migraine medicine Excedrin donated nearly $8,000 to the group's Go Fund Me account Wednesday evening to push the parade past its $10,000 goal.
The group plans to parade around Cleveland's First Energy Stadium on Saturday, Jan. 6, which is the opening day of the wild-card playoffs. If the Browns happen to win one of their final games, all money will be donated to the Cleveland Food Bank.
The 2008 Detroit Lions are the only team to ever complete a winless, 16-game season.