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'Bills Mafia is back': Fans rejoice at prospects of limited attendance at playoff game

'Bills Mafia is back': Fans rejoice at prospects of limited attendance at playoff game

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Empty house Bills

The stands are empty as Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) steps back in the pocket to throw at Bills Stadium in Orchard Park on Oct. 19.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday that 6,772 fans will be allowed at the Buffalo Bills' first home playoff game in a generation. 

Fans haven't been allowed Bills games this season and no fans will be allowed at Sunday's regular season finale against Miami.

The Bills host a wild-card game the weekend of Jan. 9-10 with the date and time to be determined. 

The Bills captured their first divisional crown since 1995 with a Week 15 win over the Denver Broncos. See a game-by-game look at how Buffalo stole AFC East royalties from perennial champs New England. Josh Allen, Cole Beasley, Stefon Diggs, Tre White and Jerry Hughes all star in this slideshow.

The news was met with great joy among Bills Mafia. Here is a sampling from social media:

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