Tailgates for Buffalo Bills home games are becoming stuff of legend, featuring everything from table smashing to people lighting themselves on fire to weddings and now, apparently, Shooter McGavin.
The Bills Mafia, as they call themselves, had a special visitor for their home opener on Sunday against the New York Jets, actor Christopher McDonald, who most golf fans would recognize as the guy Happy Gilmore took down in the 1996 Tour Championship in an instant classic.
McDonald hung out and gave the people what they wanted on Sunday, posing for pictures and doing his famous Shooter pose. The photos popped up all over social media along with several of his signature phrases:
The appearance sparked an opening victory for the Bills, which could be a sign of things to come, or could be a sign of the Jets being the Jets.