The Bills appear to be the biggest Andy Dalton fan outside of Cincinnati.
The Bengals quarterback's last-minute touchdown pass to Tyler Boyd not only secured a Cincinnati win over the Ravens, but sent the Bills to the playoffs for the first time since 1999.
Bills fans were so enthused that they began flooding Dalton's foundation, the Andy & Jordan Dalton Foundation, with donations.
Bills fans, you're amazing.
After @andydalton14's last minute heroics, more than 150 of you have donated $3,250+ to Andy Dalton's @ajdfoundation to thank him.
If you'd like to join in on the fun, you can donate at https://t.co/5dPjoitL0Q! pic.twitter.com/v0nzfvv8vU
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) January 1, 2018
To all the Bills fans that are donating to my foundation, thank you. We appreciate the support. If you are interested in donating visit https://t.co/9SMNu78Znq
— Andy Dalton (@andydalton14) January 1, 2018
"I think I'm the hottest guy in Buffalo right now," Dalton said Monday. "According to my Twitter, I think everybody's loving us right now. Obviously that's a crazy fan base, and they're all pretty excited."
According to Dalton, most of the donation amounts were $17, which represents the 17 seasons the Bills have not been to the playoffs.
"We're appreciative of that. Obviously they're helping out a good cause. It's been pretty fun to see the reaction we've gotten," Dalton said.
The donations continued all day on Monday with Dalton saying they were getting "10 donations a minute!"
In the 24 hours since the 1st donation came in, over 2500 donors and just over $57,000 and counting! Last update for the night! I will update tomorrow. We can’t thank y’all enough!
— Andy Dalton (@andydalton14) January 2, 2018