VIDEO: Remembering When Josh Allen Went Off on Jets Fans at MetLife Stadium

Zach Brunner
Remembering when Josh Allen screamed "it's a home game for us, motherf***ers" at MetLife Stadium.
Remembering when Josh Allen screamed "it's a home game for us, motherf***ers" at MetLife Stadium. / Brett Carlsen/Getty Images
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The conversation in the NFL has quickly shifted to this new, young generation of quarterbacks. We have Patrick Mahomes, who just signed for half of a billion dollars. There's Lamar Jackson, who is the reigning MVP and put together a season unlike any we have ever seen. Lost in the mix, but still very much a part of this new wave, is Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen.

Allen plays with a chip on his shoulder, as do the majority of the Bills. They are an organization that is often dismissed, to the point that most people forget that they play in New York. In fact, they're the only team that actually plays in New York, as the Giants and Jets' home is technically in New Jersey.

The Bills quarterback did not forget this fact, and he let the fans know it when he played the Jets at MetLife Stadium.

Bills Mafia traveled to the game, as one of the most dedicated fan bases in the league. Allen tried to get them on their feet, screaming "it's a home game for us, motherf***ers!"

The Bills organization has taken on this persona of being the hard-nosed underdogs of the league. It has been a slow rebuild, but it looks like they have a quarterback in Allen that fits this organization. They have also built a solid team from top to bottom, and they should be contending for the AFC East crown in 2020.


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