This play from Buffalo Bills supporters is the best of sport.
Concussed. Beaten. Eliminated. Bills fans still found a way to make rival Baltimore quarterback Lamar Jackson a winner after their AFC Divisional Round showdown.
The Bills advanced to their first AFC Conference championship game since 1993 after conquering the Ravens 17-3.
Jackson, last season’s MVP, struggled mightily and had to leave the game at the end of the third quarter with a concussion.
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Knowing the blow left the Ravens without a chance of making a comeback, Bills fans spring into action to execute the best act by a supporter group in many years.
Bills supporters combined for donations of more than $360,000 ($AUD467,000) towards Jackson’s supported charity.
More than 13,000 donations from Bills supporters combined to raise the fortune for the Blessings in a Backpack charity — a non-profit organisation that provides food for schoolchildren going hungry.
“Appreciate that Bills Mafia,” Jackson wrote on Twitter on Tuesday.
“Means a lot not to only me but those kids as well.”
The money raised is still continuing to climb.
Buffalo will play Kansas City on Monday morning (AEDT) for a spot in the Super Bowl.