Chiefs fans are so committed to the task of supporting their team against the Bills, some are tailgating while waiting to get into the parking lot.
How stoked are Kansas City Chiefs fans for their AFC Divisional playoff matchup with the Bills?
Stoked enough to turn up so early for the parking lot that they could set up a tailgate while they waited.
Seriously, there were fans tailgating for parking on Sunday.
Chiefs fans tailgated while waiting for parking lots to open
That’s true commitment to a team…and to tailgating.
Those fans are so excited because Kansas City has a chance to punch a ticket to the AFC Championship Game against the Bengals, who beat the No. 1-seed Titans on Saturday.
The Chiefs and the Bills have at times looked like the most exciting teams in the NFL this year with two of the best quarterbacks in the game.
The last time they met at Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City was in the midst of their early-season rough patch. Josh Allen and Buffalo walloped the home team 38-20.
The first round of the playoffs had the Chiefs looking for a repeat victory over the Steelers and they got the job done. This time, they’re out for revenge for the earlier loss to the Bills. And if they get through this one, they’ll face another revenge game against Cincinnati, who beat them 34-31 in Week 15.
Of course, Buffalo has their own vengeance to seek. The Chiefs knocked the Bills out of the playoffs last year in the AFC title game and you can bet they haven’t forgotten it, even with that regular-season win.