Bills Release Epic Hype Video Hours Before Kickoff vs Bengals

Bills Release Epic Hype Video Hours Before Kickoff vs Bengals


In just a few short hours, the Buffalo Bills take the field at Highmark Stadium with a crucial opportunity to book their date to the AFC Championship. But first, they must get past Joe Burrow and his Cincinnati Bengals in a pivotal Divisional Round matchup.

In anticipation of this heavyweight bout, the Bills' Twitter account released an epic hype video narrated by none other than former quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. Check it out below.

As mentioned, both teams enter this game red-hot. The Bills are winners of eight straight while Burrow and his Bengals own nine in a row.

Fitzpatrick goes through a few of the headlines that dominated Bills' camp throughout the season. Arguably the best team this entire regular season, Buffalo has an opportunity to push for their first Super Bowl title in franchise history. They play every game with a special tribute to Damar Hamlin, after his scary incident the last time these two teams met, and they play with the greatest fanbase in football, Bills Mafia.

Buffalo picked the perfect narrator for this hype video, one that will have all of Bills Mafia ready to run through a brick wall. Kick back and enjoy the game, Bills Mafia.

The Bills already know they'll play the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship, with a win over the Bengals on Sunday. FanDuel Sportsbook's NFL odds show Buffalo as 5.5-point home favorites against Cincinnati.

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