CINCINNATI -- The Buffalo Bills promised they’d send wings after the Bengals’ win over Baltimore lifted the them into the playoffs. On Friday, they delivered … literally.
The Bills sent 1,400 of Duff’s Famous Wings, 90 pounds of celery, 30 pounds of carrots and several gallons of dipping sauces to the Children’s Home of Cincinnati High School for Students with Autism.
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) January 1, 2018
Bengals safety George Iloka helped pass out lunch to 30 students. They also received some Bengals gear.
Alyssa Duff said she got on the road at 8 a.m. to make the 400-mile drive to Cincinnati to deliver the goods.
“It’s incredible. It’s more of a pipe dream," Duff said. "When it first started, I know the announcement came out from the Bills. We were just like, 'We had to get the wings here. How are we going to do it?'”