Bills Fans Are Flooding Andy Dalton’s Foundation With Donations After He Helps Bills Clinch Playoff Berth

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The Buffalo Bills ended the longest playoff drought in North America thanks to Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton.

The ‘Red Rifle’ helped Buffalo clinch their first playoff berth since 1995 on Sunday in a surprising Bengals win over the Ravens in Baltimore.

As a result of that win and the Titans win over the Jaguars, the Bills and Titans made the playoffs, with the Ravens and Chargers eliminated and it was all because Dalton, was able to make an impressive throw on 4th-and-12, hitting Tyler Boyd for a touchdown that ended up being the GW TD catch and helped secure the Bengals stunning win.

After the Bills took care of their business against the Miami Dolphins, they settled down in their locker room and watched as Dalton pulled off the improbable win:

Many Bills fans took to Twitter to thank the Bengals and Dalton.

Other Bills fans were so excited and thankful for Dalton’s heroics, they decided to look up and donate to Dalton’s charitable foundation after the game. The donations were coming in so much, Dalton took to Twitter and thanked all the Bills fans for doing so:

According to CBS Sports:

The first 150 folks who donated to Dalton’s foundation — details of which you can find here, the Daltons’ goal is “to provide daily support, opportunities, resources and life-changing experiences to seriously ill and physically challenged children and their families in Cincinnati and Fort Worth” — managed to generate more than $3,000 in donations for the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation. 

“I think I’m the hottest guy in Buffalo right now,” Dalton joked to the media on Monday.


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