Buffalo Bills thank Cincinnati Bengals with chicken wings for wildcard playoff spot

Buffalo Bills thank Cincinnati Bengals with chicken wings for wildcard playoff spot

Buffalo Bills thank Cincinnati Bengals with chicken wings for wildcard playoff spot

The Buffalo Bills have sent a feast of Buffalo wings to their National Football League rivals the Cincinnati Bengals as a thank-you gift for helping the Bills snap a 19-year playoff drought.

The Bengals made a decision to pay it forward.

The Bengals paid the gift forward by donating the food to The Children's Home Autism High of Cincinnati, a "nonprofit organization and a leading provider of education and mental health treatment for children facing significant social, behavioral and learning challenges". Some of the players helped hand them out to kids on Friday before eating with them.

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The Bills are shipping 1,440 chicken wings and accompanying side dishes to the Bengals' offices in appreciation of Cincinnati's result on Sunday. Duff's Famous Wings, a cornerstone of the Western New York community, is hitting the road with a substantial thank you package destined for Cincinnati.

Bills fans have generously donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to Andy Dalton's foundation after the Bengals quarterback threw the game-winning touchdown pass that knocked the Ravens out of the playoffs and put the Bills in. They've also helped raise $50,000 for wide receiver Tyler Boyd's charity of choice.

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