Multiple Bills Players Plead On Twitter To Governor Cuomo For Fans In Bills Stadium
The Bills are 4-0 and the entire city is on a high with Bills fever.
However, the only thing that is keeping the enthusiasm from reaching an even bigger level, is the fact the that fans are still not allowed yet inside Bills Stadium.
There is still an Executive Order in place that prevents spectators from attending professional sporting events.
The Bills next home game in Thursday Night against the Kansas City Chiefs on October 15th, and multiple Bills players are asking Governor Andrew Cuomo to reconsider letting fans in, in a safe manner.
Bills backup quarterback Matt Barkley, defensive tackle Harrison Phillips, and long-snapper Reid Ferguson tweeted on Monday, asking for fans to be let in for their next home game.
The Bills released a statement last week, saying that there would be no fans at home games for the foreseeable future.
There's no exact timetable on when (if) fans in some capacity are allowed to attend games.
It would definitely be a shame if the Bills host a playoff home game for the first time in 25 years and fans aren't allowed to attend.