The #BillsMafia Brought Total Chaos to the Jacksonville Jaguars Stadium

Florida just got a little crazier.

Buffalo Bills fans tailgate during the AFC Wild Card game between the Buffalo Bills and the Jacksonville Jaguars on January 7, 2018 at EverBank Field in Jacksonville, Fl.

Until this weekend’s AFC wild-card game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Buffalo Bills hadn’t been to an NFL playoff since 2000.

If you thought the rowdiest fan base in pro football wasn’t going to make an epic showing, you were sorely mistaken.

Nearly 1,000 miles from home, the Bills Mafia descended like a beer-scented avalanche of red and blue upon Everbank Field’s parking. An endless sea of probably-wasted fans assembled to chant and cheer hours before kickoff. 

Reports that O.J. Simpson had joined his former team’s fans in Jacksonville were spurred by photos that quickly made the rounds on Twitter.

TMZ reports that the Juice is right where he’s supposed to be—in Nevada. The gossip site pointed to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Rebels bar sign in the background of one of the photos. 

Back in Florida, no white folding tables were safe as the Bills Mafia engaged in their tradition of body-slamming each and every one into oblivion.

A Jaguars fan even tried the move. It didn’t go well.

Win or lose, you can be sure these crazed football fans are going to tear up the town. 

h/t: New England Sports Network