The Bills sent 1,400 wings to the Bengals as a thank you. They served them up for kids with autism.
The charitable contributions just keep coming after the Bengals beat the Ravens on Sunday.
Cincinnati’s win snapped the Bills’ 17-year playoff drought and the Bills are making sure to show their gratitude. The team tweeted shortly after the Bengals’ win that they were sending Buffalo wings to Cincinnati and they followed through on Friday.
But rather than eat the wings themselves, the Bengals decided to donate them to the Autism High School at The Cincinnati Children’s Home. Safety George Iloka and former Bengal Eric Ball (now the director of player relations) served them up for lunch.
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Hey @buffalobills- - THE WINGS ARE HERE 😁 - @george_iloka and Eric Ball served some at The Children's Home of Cincinnati and they were a hit! - The Buffalo Bills sent Duff's Famous Wings as a "thank you" for our win over the Baltimore Ravens. That win ended Buffalo's 17 year playoff drought. - Thanks Bills! The next time you're in town you'll have to stop by Buffalo Wings & Rings!
The Bills and their fans have showed their gratitude over and over again in the wake of the big win. Donations to Andy Dalton’s charity have soared well over $300,000 and over $50,000 has been donated by Bills fans to a charity backed by Tyler Boyd, who caught Dalton’s pass.