Buffalo Bills shows hilarious cards for Valentine’s Day [PHOTOS]

If you’ve just decided to do something for Valentine’s Day, on Valentine’s Day (today), chances are it’s too late.

But if you still want to send a Buffalo Bills fan a card for the holidays, the team has some pretty hilarious versions for you.

The Bills decided to make some pretty cool cards to celebrate Valentine’s Day, and they didn’t just have Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs, but many other places on the list, wishing that special someone a very Happy Valentine’s Day. .

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You just had to know that the Bills were going to use that specific photo for Josh Allen.

Here are those of Matt Milano, Jordan Poyer and Micah Hyde.

They actually found a picture of Sean McDermott smiling.

Finally, hats off to Mitch Trubisky who won the “NVP Award” after the 2020 Wild Card game, when he played for the Chicago Bears. The “NVP” stands for “Nickelodeon Valuable Player, when the game is simulcast on Nickelodeon.

I love Ed Oliver riding horses, which he loves to do, and we’ve seen him do it here in western New York.

It really seems like the Bills’ social media team has stepped up their game over the past two or three seasons. I’m sure the team playing better has something to do with it, but I’ve always said teams should have fun with their social media accounts.

The Bills are closing in on the territory of the Vegas Golden Knights and Columbus Blue Jackets Twitter accounts…

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