Bills Fans React to Team's Kickoff Return for Touchdown in First Game Since Damar Hamlin Collapse

Buffalo Bills fans in Lancaster, New York, celebrated the moment the team returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown in their game against the New England Patriots on Sunday, January 8.

Sunday’s match marked the first appearance for the Bills since safety Damar Hamlin collapsed during a game against Cincinnati the week before.

The Bills went on to defeat the Patriots 35 to 23.

Video filmed by Twitter user @megxmur shows the jubilant display in a home in Lancaster, a suburb of Buffalo.

“Recorded an iconic moment in bills history. win it for damar,” @megxmur wrote on Twitter. Credit: @megxmur via Storyful

Video transcript

- Delay is when they're deciding to defer after winning the toss.

- Go! Go! Go! Go!

[SCREAMING]

- Get the [MUTED] out of here. Get the [MUTED] out of here.

[CLAPPING]

Let's play. [INAUDIBLE]

- That's how we do it!

[INTERPOSING VOICES]

[SCREAMS]

Let's go!

- Delay is when they're deciding to defer after winning the toss.

- Go! Go! Go! Go!

[SCREAMS]

Get the [MUTED] out of here! Let's play. [INAUDIBLE]

- That's how we do it! [SCREAMS]

[INTERPOSING VOICES]

[INTERPOSING VOICES]

Let's go!

- [LAUGHS]