Josh Allen Holds Up Sweet Congratulatory Gift in House From Fan
This is a pretty sweet gift. Look at what Josh Allen is holding up in his house right now. An avid Buffalo Bills fan, Paul Cummings made this for Josh Allen. It features Josh and his career starting from his high school days at Firebaugh High School in California, to his junior college time at Reedley College, then to Wyoming before getting to the Buffalo Bills. All donned in front of the American Flag.
Paul Cummings also made one for Bills General Manager Brandon Beane right before the 2021 NFL Draft!
You may not know who Paul Cummings is, but you may already know his work. He is the owner of the Charred Flag Factory. He makes these beautiful wood projects out wood. He chars the wood and you will see almost always an American flag in the background and then, in the foreground, you will see whatever the theme of the piece is: it could be a sports team, a certain band, anything really. They are really cool to give as a gift.
A week ago, Bills fans found out how much Josh Allen's contract was worth to stay in Western New York. Allen signed a six-year, $258 million extensions with up to a potential $288, proving that the Bills think they have their franchise quarterback. There's is no doubt that Josh Allen has fit right into the Buffalo community with all of his involvement and giving back as he embraces the rest of the culture. He just seems extremely genuine in the process.
The Bills schedule is not the easiest, but after computer-generated predictions, the Buffalo Bills still have a shot at the Super Bowl. Now, it is important to note that these are all based on betting odds for money and these teams would be your SAFEST BET.
As the Buffalo Bills get hotter and hotter you see EVEN MORE fans wanting to travel to go support the team. Some of the highlighted road games would be Tampa Bay, Miami, New Orleans and of course, Nashville. Back in 2019, Buffalo Bills fans SWAMPED Nashville for a weekend when they hosted the Bills in an October game. There is a bridge in Nashville connecting the stadium parking lot to downtown Nashville, and after the Bills win, it was a sight that many were unable to forget: the entire stadium was let out, but it only seemed like there were Bills fans there.