After a 9-7 record under head coach Sean McDermott, the Buffalo Bills are in the playoffs for the first time in 17 years. They got in the playoffs thanks to a spectacular play at the end of the Bengals Ravens game, which allowed Andy Dalton and the Bengals to pull off the massive upset. Afterwards, Bills fans showed their generosity to Dalton for breaking the drought by donating more than $250,000 to his charity. Many of those donations were for $17, in memory of each year of the playoff drought. Now some younger fans will get to watch their first Bills playoff game ever as Tyrod Taylor and Lesean Mccoy will take on Jacksonville on Sunday.

Playoff Preview

The Jacksonville Jaguars had a breakout year, winning the AFC South by riding what was the best defense in football for most of the season. Blake Bortles has been surprisingly effective at times, and with Leonard Fournette, the Jaguars have had a formidable rushing attack. All of that has made Jacksonville 9 point favorites at home against a Buffalo team that many believe "got lucky" to get into the playoffs.

But does any Bills fan really believe that this team won't put up a fight? Buffalo has had one of the best defenses in the league all year, and their offense made enough plays at times to win games in 2017. LeSean McCoy is an absolute monster in space, and this offense does feature one of the best rushing attacks in the league.

Sean McDermott and his squad have embraced the underdog role all season, and you better believe that he will have his team hyped up for this one. You know who else will be hyped up? The fans.

Buffalo Bills fan presence.

In the seconds after the Bengals shocking win over the Ravens, the cheapest ticket prices for the game in Jacksonville jumped from $75 to a minimum of $250.

That jump was largely thanks to exuberant Buffalo fans who were willing to do whatever it took to get to Jacksonville. The game was sold out quickly earlier in the week. But at 3 P.M. today, more tickets that were unused will be released, and Jacksonville had an interesting explanation:

What did the Buffalo Bills organization have to say in response?

All of #BillsMafia seriously doubts that the leftover tickets are from Bills fans, as hardcore fans seek to make travel arrangements and find a hotel in Jacksonville. When the Bills play against the Jaguars, it's possible that a majority of the fans will be rooting for the away team. The game on Sunday will show us which fans really show up for their team, but those of us in the #BillsMafia already know which fanbase is better.