Peyton Manning Attending Bills Game; Son Wears Josh Allen Jersey
The Buffalo Bills and Cincinnati Bengals play today in the AFC Divisional round at Highmark Stadium. Whoever wins goes on to play the Kansas City Chiefs, who won yesterday against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
If the Bills win, that game is in Atlanta. If the Bengals win, that game will be played at Arrowhead Stadium. All three teams were considered the best in the AFC all season and here we are.
This game has the eyes of everyone in the NFL, including former players.
Former Bills (and Bengals) quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick is at today's game, as is Good Morning Football's Kyle Brandt; along with a host of other sports celebrities.
That includes Hall of Fame quarterback Peyton Manning, who is in attendance today with his son.
His son is sporting a number 17 Josh Allen Bills jersey, along with a Bills hat. How cool is this?
Manning has said in the past that his son is a huge Josh Allen fans and he's one of his favorite players, so it's not too big of a surprise he's repping the Bills today at Highmark Stadium.
The Bills will need to take advantage of the banged up Bengals offensive line. Cincinnati is missing three starters, including both starting tackles: La'el Collins and Jonah Williams. Guard Alex Cappa is also not playing.
The Bills and Bengals will be dealing with light snow the entire game. It shouldn't accumulate too much but enough to be a storyline.
Kickoff is at 3 pm.