Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson passed away at the age of 95 on Tuesday, and the love for him has not died since his passing.
For years, the Bills have used a version of the song “Shout” as their song for whenever the team scores a touchdown or field goal. Keeping with the tradition of this song being used for the Bills, a young man — sporting an perfect mustache — played a rendition of this song as a tribute to the late Wilson. And it’s incredible
Below is the version of the “Shout” song that the Bills use at home games.
Say what you want about the team on the field, there is no denying the passion and love fans in Buffalo have for their team. I mean, what other fan base starts a non-profit organization based off a Twitter hashtag.
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