Growing Movement For Bills Fans to Do This on Monday Night
Seriously, do we really have to wait four more days for the Bills Monday Night Football game against the New England Patriots?
The Patriots are the only AFC East team so far the Bills have not played yet in 2021. In fact, New England hasn't had their bye yet. They're one of the last teams to have their bye week this season.
The Bills are 7-4, a half-game behind the 8-4 New England Patriots. The storylines for this game are endless, and one of those storylines are the injuries and COVID-19 designations both teams are dealing with.
The Patriots placed starting safety Kyle Dugger on the Reserve-COVID-19 list, which means he could miss Monday night's game at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park. Dugger is someone the Patriots rely on in the run game and to help cover tight ends.
The Bills will be without starting all-pro cornerback Tre'Davious White, who was placed on season-ending injured reserve with a torn ACL.
Bills fans have donated over $100,000 to White's charity in Louisiana to show support, and there may be more showing of support for Tre come Monday Night.
According to Todd Clausen on Twitter, there's a movement from Bills Mafia to bring white towels to wave during Monday Night Football against New England to honor Tre'Davious White.
It would be so cool to see the white out at Highmark Stadium, on primetime too. Bills fans have done this before for home night games, and Sabres fans have also done the white out for playoff games.