It's a tough morning for Buffalo Bills fans after the AFC Championship Game not resulting in the outcome we wanted but being Buffalo-tough we stick by their team no matter what.

Chippewa’s "Playoffs on the Patio" had fans braving cold temperatures right through to the end to show support for an "un-Bill-ievable" season.

New York’s 10 p.m. curfew,  along with the score, with two minutes, left in the game at 10 pm, had the crowd clearing quickly.

News 4 (WIVB-TV) spoke with fans who admitted they’re sad but thrilled for how far the team went this season and see a bright future ahead.

Bills fan Nathan Mikoll said...

“All I gotta say is Josh Allen gave Buffalo hope and he’s gotta come back next year, he has the fan base behind him now, now we need to drive, we need to score points, and we need to finish.”

“I’m very proud of them, and even though we didn’t make it to the Super Bowl, who gives a flying…frog?” said Tia Dabney.

Michael, another Bills fan said,

“Not a very happy ending for this one not gonna lie. We’re building up at this point, but we didn’t get it. That’s it.”

Some fans following the game made their way to Buffalo City Hall as a show of support and to check out the massive banners.

Bills fans are a resilient bunch, and regardless of the outcome know that their team was a high point in an otherwise dismal year.

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