It was a season unlike any other for Bills fans this season. The team went 13-3 and won the AFC East for the first time in 25 years and made the AFC Championship game for the first time in 27 years.

Unfortunately, it was also a unique season due to the pandemic, which caused a fan-less experience at Bills Stadium the entire regular season, with 6,700 fans allowed for the team's two playoff games against Indianapolis and Baltimore.

Even though there were fans at the two playoff games, tailgating was not permitted in the parking lots in Orchard Park. That will not be the case at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City.

According to WIVB/WNLO-TV videographer Scott Swenson, fans who attend the AFC title game will be allowed to tailgate. There will be cones placed to space all the vehicles out.

17,000 fans will be allowed for the game and according to Southwest Airlines, plane tickets from Buffalo to Kansas City this weekend are sold out, so it appears many Bills fans will be making the trip to cheer on the Bills.

I'm curious to see how many fans will be in the stands. Arrowhead is usually a noisy stadium but will be less rowdy due to the 22 percent capacity limit.

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