Sport Chiefs fans commemorate playoff win over Bills by donating tens of thousands to Josh Allen's charity
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Chiefs fans are making donations in droves to a Buffalo area hospital to commemorate their AFC divisional-round victory over the Bills on Sunday.
More specifically, Kansas City faithful are donating to Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen's Patricia Allen Fund, which benefits the John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital of Buffalo. The donation amount: $13, to commemorate the 13 seconds it took for Patrick Mahomes to lead a game-tying drive at the end of regulation. The Chiefs would go on to score first in overtime, securing the 42-36 win and a fourth straight berth in the AFC championship game.
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The idea originated from Twitter user "Chief Kingdom Memez," which included a link to Allen's fund and a suggestion that Chiefs fans make $13 donations. Though there's no way of knowing how many fans have donated how much money — according to the link —but the tweet had 32 quote tweets, 99 retweets and 467 likes as of 5:15 p.m. ET.
Suggesting all Chiefs fans donate $13 to Josh Allen’s foundation to commemorate the drive that tied the game with just 13 seconds left and the best playoff game in Chiefs history
Much respect to— Chiefs Kingdom Memes (@ChiefsMMZ) from
At the time of publishing this article, nearly 4,000 Chiefs fans combined to donate more than $60,000 to the John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital in Buffalo.
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It's the perfect scenario for Chiefs fans: They get to donate to a worthy cause while rubbing their win in the faces of forlorn Bills fans. Speaking of which, Buffalo faithful likely won't turn down charity money for the local children's hospital (or shouldn't, anyway).
Oishei Children’s Hospital, for its part, was ecstatic to receive the influx of donations from Chiefs fans, even though it did acknowledge the heartbreak of such a devastating loss:
Despite a heartbreaking— Oishei Children's Hospital (@OCHBuffalo) loss Sunday night, our hearts are warm this morning waking up to $13 donations coming from fans! Thank you all so much, your support helps ensure great care for the kids and families in WNY ❤️
Curiously, this isn't the first time fans have flooded an opposing quarterback's charity organization with donations. Notably, Bills fans made significant donations to Andy Dalton's organization in January of 2018 after a last-minute touchdown against the Ravens guaranteed Buffalo would make the playoffs for the first time since 1999.after refs’ blown calls vs. the Bucs.
It's a bittersweet way to end the season for Bills fans, but at least some good came of it.
Even Chiefs coach Andy Reid thinks that the NFL’s overtime rules are unfair .
The Chiefs beat the Buffalo Bills in a thrilling overtime battle on Sunday night, one that will likely go down as one of the best games ever played in the history of the NFL. Kansas City, though, ended the divisional round playoff game in overtime after winning the coin toss and scoring right away — something that many have deemed unfair. “I had a chance to talk with [Bills coach Sean McDermott] afterward, and that I’m sure is something they’re going to look at again too,” Reid said Monday, via The Associated Press. “And I wouldn’t be opposed to it, it’s a hard thing.