The Buffalo Bills are now focused on their week 5 game on the road at the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium, which will be played on Sunday Night Football.

The Bills have been dominant the last three weeks, albeit, against weaker teams in the NFL. They have shutout two opponents in the last three weeks and have a +90 point differential in the NFL. That's number one in the NFL by 45 points, which is astonishing, to say the least.

Bills quarterback Josh Allen is a major part of that and if you were on Twitter, then you may have seen Allen wearing a hoodie that had people talking.

It was a Firebaugh High School sweatshirt and that's where Allen grew up and went to school in California. Allen wore the sweater going into Highmark Stadium and also during his postgame press conference after the 40-0 win over the Houston Texans.

Many Bills fans loved the sweater and even asked Firebaugh if they had these sweaters to purchase. Firebaugh said not at the moment but loved the support and will be opening up an online store in a week or two that fans can get it!

Allen spoke about the hoodie in the postgame press conference and it's great that he wanted to support his school like that, especially after a huge win.

I'm not going to lie, I want one of these hoodies as well. The Firebaugh Eagles, like the Wyoming Cowboys in college football, might be the newest adopted team for Buffalo!

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