Buffalo Bills Fan Smashes Flaming Table, Catches on Fire Celebrating Playoff Win

by Joe Rutland
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Buffalo Bills fans love to turn their celebrations almost into a WWE-style “Tables, Ladders, and Chairs” match. It backfired on them Saturday.

The Bills won their first NFL playoff game in 26 years on Saturday, stopping the Indianapolis Colts 27-24 at home in Orchard Park, N.Y.

Fans were in a celebratory mood, no less, as the “Bills Mafia” took to the snowy confines for some fun.

Let’s check and see what’s happening.

Oh, one Bills fan decide to powerbomb another one through a table. Maybe a word of caution is needed to these Bufflao Bills fans, huh? Leave the pro wrestling moves to the professionals.

As you can tell, one of the fans taking the fiery bump actually catches on fire. His friends were on the spot, though, putting snow all over their friend’s body to stop the carnage.

Here’s your Buffalo Bills celebration video of the day.

As the fans work on their postgame celebration antics, the Bills are enjoying their victory and getting ready for the AFC divisional round next weekend. The Colts, though, are headed home after seeing their season come to an end.

Allen At ‘Loss For Words’ After Buffalo Bills Fans’ Donation

Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen was speechless after Buffalo Bills fans made donations to a local children’s hospital in remembrance of his late grandmother.

Allen’s grandmother Patricia unexpectedly died in early November at the age of 80. After the NFL’s Reddit page posted about the loss, Bills fans took matters into their own hands.

They honored Patricia by giving Buffalo’s Oishei Children’s Hospital donations of $17. The number 17 is significant because it is Allen’s number for the Bills. 

Hours after the news spread of Allen’s grandmother’s death, the hospital reported more than $34,650 in donations. They have even updated their website and made a $17 donation button that features the Bills Zubaz design for easy access for the fans. In a tweet, the hospital thanked everyone that had participated. 

Allen said on the website for the Buffalo Bills that he is “at a loss of words” over the fan base’s kindness. 

“I can’t tell you how special it is to see the outpouring of support for me and my family during this tough time,” he said. “The donations made to OCH in honor of my grandmother would make her so proud. Thank you, Bills Mafia! It is an honor to be your quarterback.”

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