BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — Fans of "The Office" will be happy to know Dunder Mifflin CFO David Wallace, also known as actor Andy Buckley, will be rooting for the Buffalo Bills in the AFC Championship Game Sunday.
Wallace (Buckley) made the announcement on Twitter Thursday, also saying he made a mistake a number of years ago when he shut down the Dunder Mifflin Buffalo Branch and he is doing what he can to reopen it.
He explains that Dunder Mifflin has fans of the four teams remaining in the NFL playoffs. Todd Packer (also known as actor David Keochner) is a Kansas City Chiefs fan, Kevin Malone (also known as actor Brian Baumgartner) is a Green Bay Packers fan and Stanley Hudson (also known as actor Leslie David Baker) is a Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan.
Wallace (Buckley) finishes his video by saying the hopefully soon to be open Dunder Mifflin Buffalo Branch will be cheering for the Bills Sunday.
NFL Championship Sunday a few days away! Dunder Mifflin has fans of all 4 teams. Wallace w/special message for the Bills & the City of Buffalo! (Office fans, don’t read into it too much - just having fun.) 😀@BuffaloBills @Chiefs @packers @Buccaneers @NFL pic.twitter.com/xgcq7ysIQY— Andy Buckley (@JustAndyBuckley) January 21, 2021
Buffalo Bills QB Josh Allen and LS Reid Ferguson are big fans of "The Office" and previously went head-to-head in "The Office" trivia game.