Bills WAGs savor ‘Victory Sunday’ after demolishing the Patriots

Bills WAGs savor 'Victory Sunday' after demolishing the Patriots

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1/16/2022 9:45:00 PM

Bills WAGs savor 'Victory Sunday' after demolishing the Patriots

Brittany Williams and Hillary Trubisky were among the Bills WAGs celebrating Buffalo’s wild-card win over the Patriots on Saturday.

Brittany Williams toasts Buffalo’s win with Meghan Hughes on Saturday night.Instagram/Brittany WilliamsWilliams, who has been dating Allen, 25, for years, also posted a series of snapshots from the game on Instagram, including the moment when she and Meghan Hughes, the wife of defensive end Jerry Hughes, toasted to the Bills’ win.

Allen, who is in his fourth season in Buffalo, threw for 308 yards and five touchdowns. The quarterback said postgame that he had no idea tight end Dawson Knox hauled in the Bills’ first touchdown of the night.Bills quarterback Josh Allen runs the ball for a first down in Saturday’s playoff game against the Patriots.

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“Victory Sunday🤩 #letsgobuffalo 💙❤️,” Hillary captioned the post. Brittany Williams toasts Buffalo’s win with Meghan Hughes on Saturday night. Instagram/Brittany Williams Williams, who has been dating Allen, 25, for years, also posted a series of snapshots from the game on Instagram, including the moment when she and Meghan Hughes, the wife of defensive end Jerry Hughes, toasted to the Bills’ win. Allen, who is in his fourth season in Buffalo, threw for 308 yards and five touchdowns. The quarterback said postgame that he had no idea tight end Dawson Knox hauled in the Bills’ first touchdown of the night. Bills quarterback Josh Allen runs the ball for a first down in Saturday’s playoff game against the Patriots. Getty Images “I thought I threw the ball away. He made an unbelievable play, but I got hit and I got up and I was going back to the huddle,” Allen said, . “Everybody was celebrating and I had no idea what was going on. I sat down and I was like, ‘What happened?'” The Bills followed up their opening touchdown , courtesy of safety Micah Hyde, who nabbed the ball on what could have been a Patriots touchdown. HOW?! 🤯