A weird, stressful week came to a very satisfying end for the Buffalo Bills and their fans.
With the city of Buffalo continuing its clean-up efforts after lake-effect snow pounded the area last week, the Bills pounded the New York Jets 38-3 in a rescheduled, relocated game Monday night in Detroit.
The Bills made it clear they were thinking of their fans back in Buffalo, and that was no more evident than when tight end Scott Chandler scored a 19-yard touchdown in the second half.
Chandler celebrated his TD by doing what so many in Buffalo have for the last week — he shoveled some snow.
“It was a little bit of a tribute to the people of Buffalo,” Chandler told reporters after the game, according to The Associated Press. “You want to do something special for our fans. They did a great job showing up for us tonight, and for the people back there, we’re behind you.”
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