After his late touchdown pass to beat the Ravens put the Bills in the playoffs for the first time since 1999, Buffalo fans have been showering Andy Dalton's charity with donations. Dalton posted a video on his Twitter account Wednesday expressing his gratitude with an update on the donations.
Numerous donations have been Bills fans giving $17, symbolizing one dollar for every year the Bills missed the playoffs, which was the longest current drought of any National Football League team.
"This has been just so wonderful to see just how supportive people are, how much people are blessing us with these donations".
Dalton immediately became a Buffalo hero, inspiring its fanatics to donate to the Cincinnati QB's charity, which provides funding and experiences for seriously ill children and their families in OH and Texas. "The impact it's going to make is gonna be huge".
Others donated $49 in honor of Dalton's 49-yard strike to Tyler Boyd.
Now the Bengals can have a party of their own due to the Bills' thank you gift.
Boyd initially said he hoped to raise $20,000, but when grateful Bills fans blew past that, he changed the goal to $50,000. A Ravens victory would have eliminated the Bills from the playoffs and prolonged professions sports' longest playoff drought. Some of the players helped to hand them out to kids today.
A "Buffalo" thank you has been delivered in Cincinnati.
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