Packers Allow 6,000 Ticket Holders For Divisional Playoff
Updated: Jan 10, 2021
Thousands of fans came down with seasonal flu attending this 2013 game played in single-digit temperatures.
Hallelujah! After allowing a limited number of team employees and health care workers at recent games, the Green Bay Packers announce 6,000 season ticket holders will be allowed for the team's Divisional Playoff on either Jan. 16 or 17 against either the Los Angeles Rams or Chicago Bears. The Buffalo Bills were allowed to host fans for the first time all season for their first round Wild Card game. 6,700 were allowed in the stadiums first two decks and their noise and presence throughout their game with the Indianapolis Colts. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said he would attend the game, but the Bills Mafia told him not to bother. Cuomo ultimately decided to stay in Albany for the weekend to work on his State of the State address. And someone please tell Western Journal that the Bills are New York state's lone NFL team. The New York Giants and New York Jets have physically played their games at the New Jersey Meadowlands for decades.