If Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Ryan Finlake has a foundation, the Pills Mafia will start making donations tonight.
In Monday night’s football, the Bengals’ quarterback helped pull the Cincinnati Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17 more upset than Ben Rothlisberger. Cincinnati was simply playing for glory in prime time, but there are key playoff implications to their success. Their success helped Buffalo Bills Leaffroke AFC’s No. 2 Seed Steelers.
Why is that important? Simply put, if the Bills can take care of business in the first round of the playoffs, it guarantees that the Buffalo will play a second playoff game at Bills Stadium. Until the championship game, Kansas City Chiefs, AFC Super Bowl favorite and No. 1 seed if they make sure the bills aren’t seen.
Bills, of course, will have to take care of business with matches against dolphins on the road and at home against the Patriots in the final two weeks.
Cincinnati seems to have a knack for finding ways to help with bills. In 2017, the Bengals helped the buffalo end their playoff drought by tapping the Baltimore Ravens in the 17th week. Baltimore knocked out a 49-yard touchdown pass to Andy Dalton Tyler Boyd in the 4th and 12th games late this year’s playoffs. The buffalo fan base raised 400 400,000 for the Dalton Foundation.