The Number of Tickets Bought from WNY For Bills at Chiefs Is Amazing
The Buffalo Bills face the Kansas City Chiefs in Arrowhead Stadium tomorrow night for Sunday Night Football on NBC. The game marks the rematch of the AFC Championship game, which the Chiefs won by a score of 38-24.
The game will be the first primetime game the Bills are playing in primetime and by far Buffalo's toughest challenge, in what appears to be one of the easier schedules in the NFL this season (minus this game and the road game later this year against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
It's no secret that Bills fans travel well. Bills Mafia is everywhere, whether it's people who adopted the Bills, or Buffalo transplants who moved to different parts of the country.
Bills fans from Western New York love to travel though, and it appears a good chunk of fans at Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday will be wearing red, white and blue.
According to Tick Pick, 31 percent of the tickets purchased for Bills at Chiefs are from New York zip codes.
You can bet many Bills fans will be there and Bills Mafia is now famous for traveling to Nashville for when the Bills play the Titans, which will be next Monday night.
The Bills are dealing with a few injuries, most notably linebacker Matt Milano, who is officially listed as questionable for the game tomorrow night. Milano is huge for the Bills to help stop the Chiefs passing attack.
Defensive end A.J. Epenesa and running back/ST Taiwan Jones are also questionable for Sunday night's game.