On Thursday night, Duff's took a truckload of chicken wings on the road to OH, as a thank you to the Bengals for beating the Baltimore Ravens and sending the Buffalo Bills to the playoffs for the first time in 17 years.
No team has ever been as grateful to another for sending it to the playoffs as the Buffalo Bills are toward the Cincinnati Bengals.
The Bengals made a decision to pay it forward. According to ESPN, the Bengals plan to donate the wings to the Children's Home Autism High School in Cincinnati. Some of the players helped hand them out to kids on Friday before eating with them.
The feast also will feature 90 pounds of celery, 30 pounds of carrots, six gallons of blue cheese and nine gallons of wing sauce from Duff's Famous Wings, the restaurant handling the order.
The team originally promised the wings in a thank you note tweeted to the Bengals after Sunday's games.
Ahead of the Bills' first taste of postseason football in 18 years on Sunday, fans are still thankful to Andy Dalton and the Bengals pushing Baltimore out of the playoffs. and putting Buffalo there instead. They've also helped raise $50,000 for wide receiver Tyler Boyd's charity of choice.