Bills Threatened With 15-Yard Penalty As Fans Launch Snowballs
It’s not surprising that Bills fans are taking advantage of their new in-stadium prop after a weekend of snow in the Northeast.
The stadium crew worked hard to clear the playing surface of snow for Saturday’s game between the Bills & Dolphins in Orchard Park. But the same could not be said for those in the stands where fans were wildly excited by all the snow in their seats.
After Bills quarterback Josh Allen’s touchdown pass to tight end Quintin Morse, the snowballs erupted from the stands in quarter one. Morris made a catch that was just as impressive.
Fans were seen throwing snowballs to celebrate the score. The players then fired snowballs back into crowd after the Bills took the lead in the first quarter.
It didn’t end there. As Tyreek Hill attempted to make a catch at the end zone, the Bills fans tried to throw snowballs at him.
The PA announcer and the in-stadium personnel are responsible Multiple times with fans To not throw snowballs at the playing surface. Marcel Louis-JacquesESPN. The Bills fans enjoyed a moment that was fun, but it quickly turned into something that could hurt the team’s in-game momentum.
There is nothing that can stop the passionate and eager Buffalo fans, but perhaps a threat to the home team with penalty flags might. Time will tell.
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