Orchard Park, NY (WIVB) - The Bills treated fans to an exciting fourth-quarter comeback against the Cincinnati Bengals at Ralph Wilson Stadium Sunday.
As each of the Bills' two late touchdowns were scored, fans jumped to their feet, their cheers and chanting of the Bills' "Shout" song echoing off the stadium walls.
"The whole crowd was going crazy. Great time," said Tom Brado, of Cheektowaga. "There's just no words to describe how good of a feeling it is, being out there, come back with no time left, going to overtime..."
Even though Buffalo ultimately lost in overtime, many fans still have high hopes for the team.
"I think we just need to come out with a collective, better team effort and finish games better," said Brian Kubitsky of Buffalo. "You can't beat it, baby. Go Bills! We still got hope; we still 'Bill-ieve!'"
" Game by game; game by game," said Addison Montoya of Schenectady. "The defense came out strong today. One play on the defensive side can spark the whole rest of the team."
"We're Bills fans. We always have hope," said Brado.
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