Pilot Draws Bills Logo With His Plane On Flight Tracker To Clear Team's 'Bad Juju'

A Buffalo pilot took off Friday at 11:30 a.m. from Buffalo-Lancaster Regional Airport and spent the next hour and a half creating a Bills logo on a flight tracker -- watch the flight pattern here. Joseph M. Jeswald used a Piper PA-32 to complete the logo during the 155-mile flight.

"Went up to clear all the bad juju from the last two games to make sure we are good for the Jets. To rub salt in the Jets’ wounds, I did it with an airplane," Jeswald wrote on Facebook.

"The winds were brutal day but I think it managed to turn out great! At least I can draw the Bills logo better with a flight path than Josh Allen can with a marker!

"Shout out to the Buffalo Air Traffic Controllers for coordinating this with me!"

The Bills have lost two in a row after a 4-0 start to the season. Buffalo looks to get its juju back against the Jets Sunday with a 1 p.m. kickoff.

via flightradar24.com


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