There's nobody more popular in Buffalo and Western New York right now than Bills quarterback Josh Allen.

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Allen led the Bills to a 26-15 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday Night Football at Bills Stadium in Orchard Park and the Bills are now 10-3 and have a two-game lead in the AFC East.

The game really was the kind of performance we were hoping from this team. They had trouble in the first half on offense and flipped a switch to dominate in the second half.

After the game, Allen was interviewed by NBC Sports' Kathryn Tappen and when the interview was over and Tappen said "thank you," Allen said a final goodbye in the way everyone from Buffalo and Western New York says goodbye..."Go Bills!"

Check out the video below.

Seriously, don't all Bills fans do this? You say "Go Bills" whenever you say goodbye to someone. My friends and I do it all the time and it's now catching on across the country.

Speaking of Allen, he now has the record for the most touchdowns for one Bills player in team history (35). It beats Jim Kelly's mark of 34.

Go Bills.

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