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Plenty of Bills fans fine with postponing Tuesday's game

Posted at 8:19 PM, Oct 11, 2020

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — The Buffalo Bills and their 4-0 record were slated to play this Sunday. The Tennessee Titans and their ongoing struggles with COVID-19 prevented that. For latest on Tuesday’s game you can click:here.

Should there even be a game on Tuesday, considering there have been 24 positive tests in the past few weeks in the Titans organization? Not every Bills fan thinks the team should play.

“I'm super excited I think everything is different, everything is changed and I can't wait to watch him play Tuesday,” said Brendon Keitz.

“There was a new case today. So, I don’t think they should on play Tuesday,” added Michael Janak.

“I don't think they should have had a season. I mean, I'm glad the bills are winning. But, I'm in the medical field and I don't think that, you know, it's too much of a risk,” said Joe Skowronski.

“The Titans obviously haven't been being a safe as we should be, you know? If people from the Bills get sick, then it just, you know, snowballs into more delayed games. So, I think we should probably play it safe and not play,” said Victoria Niedzielski.