The Buffalo Bills got hot when it counted the most.
Following a rough start to the season and Ken Dorsey’s sacking, Sean McDermott’s club got back on track and shown that they remained one of the AFC’s powerhouses.
The Bills rallied late in the season to defeat the Miami Dolphins for the AFC East Division title and at least two home playoff games.
Notably, this will be one of, if not the most important, games of Josh Allen’s tenure, as they will host the Kansas City Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes for the first time after two postseason losses on the road.
That’s why star tight end Dawson Knox wants Bills supporters to be on their best and loudest behavior when they face their conference opponents on Sunday.
On Good Morning Football, Knox discussed the importance of the supporters and how the team normally rallies and feeds off their energy, imploring them to be loud and lend a helping hand during this must-win game.
“You guys make more of a difference than you could even imagine,” Knox went on to say. “I want you going into work on Monday with a hoarse voice- as loud as you can possibly be I promise you it makes a difference”
The Chiefs and Bills have been in a number of instant classics over the last five years, but this could be the most significant of them all.
The Chiefs’ offense is faltering, and they’ll be at home rather than in a hostile environment at Arrowhead Stadium, so the stage is finally set for Allen to overcome his nemesis and defeat him.
They now need the fans to help them cross the finish line.