The Bills moved to 4-1 in DOMINANT fashion on Sunday. Buffalo hosted Pittsburgh and beat the snot out of Mike Tomlin’s team, winning 38-3.
It was all-but over at halftime and the Bills starters got to sit for a significant chunk of the fourth quarter. Josh Allen threw for 424 yards and four touchdowns, the team combined for 122 yards and a touchdown on the ground, and both Gabriel Davis and Stefon Diggs wen over the 100-yard mark.
From start to finish, the Steelers never stood a chance. It was a 31-3 blowout at the end of the second quarter.
Despite the lopsided score, things got extremely chippy. There were two pretty significant dust-ups throughout the afternoon.
The first took place late in the third quarter after a late, helmet-to-helmet hit on Kenny Pickett.
The second took place not long thereafter after Pickett took issue with a low tackle.
Meanwhile, Buffalo took to Twitter and trolled the losing team in ruthless fashion. The team’s official account said that “your friendly neighbor” had a message for Pittsburgh.
That friendly neighbor is the late legend, Fred Rogers— better known as Mister Rogers.
In a clip from an old episode, he asks if “you like to draw with Crayons” and says that he does. What happens next is vicious, take a look:
Buffalo not only won the game, but they won social media. Rest in peace, Mister Rogers, your legacy transcends time.