It's the debate we see every single November -- between Halloween and Thanksgiving: "is it okay to play Christmas music before Thanksgiving?"

Many are clearly on the side of "no", while others love playing the Christmas tunes long before Thanksgiving Day comes. You may have never thought that the Buffalo Bills would take sides in this long-debated question.

On Wednesday, the Bills shared a photo of the long catch that wide receiver Stefon Diggs made this past Sunday against the New York Jets. It's Diggs attempting to stiff arm a cornerback as he runs down the sideline.

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The Bills used the opportunity to show that Christmas music should wait until after Thanksgiving.

The Bills even added a caption that says, "No Christmas music until AFTER Thanksgiving..."

My fiancée is a big stickler for waiting to play Christmas music until after Thanksgiving as well. For me, I am too, but I might let my playlist slip in a Christmas song here and there in the month of November.

The Bills are back home this Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts for a 1 pm kickoff at Highmark Stadium.

Head coach Sean McDermott said today that linebacker Tremaine Edmunds will miss practice again on Wednesday and is still day-to-day. No timetable has been put on defensive tackle, Star Lotulelei's return. He's on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.

The Bills are looking to improve to 7-3, before their Thanksgiving night matchup in New Orleans against the Saints.

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