Bills Fan Makes National Sports Show For Heartbreaking License Plate
Buffalo Bills fans love to show their support. If you drive anywhere in Western New York, you will see Bills jerseys, hats, shirts, shorts, flags, decals and so many more things that show a Bills fandom to the rest of Bills Mafia.
It's that way for Bills fans who live outside of Western New York. Many of them moved away from Buffalo and some just jumped on the bandwagon as a kid (glad to have them).
While we love when Bills Mafia shows their fandom in full force, this may be going just a bit too far.
On Rich Eisen's radio show today, he pointed out the fact that a listener saw a Bills fan with a pretty crazy license plate in the State of California.
The license plate says "wide right"...
Skip forward in the video to see the Bills fan's heartbreaking license plate.
Eisen says this might be a case where someone lost a bet. Because why would a Bills fan have that on their vehicle, reliving that nearly every day?
I was not alive to live through wide right, but even I have pain from hearing about that moment. This would be like a Cleveland Browns fan having a vanity plate that reads, "The Drive."
A New England Patriots fan with the plate, "18-1", as they pointed out on the Rich Eisen Show.
I love Bills Mafia but I agree with them, why would you have this of all things on your license plate?