Saturday Night Live features Bills and Jets tailgating sketch ahead of AFC East matchup

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With the Buffalo Bills (6-1) and New York Jets (5-3) set to face off later today, Saturday Night Live decided to get into the AFC East rivalry with a sketch featuring both team’s fan bases.

In the sketch, a group of Jets fans including host Amy Schumer can be seen tailgating outside of Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The group is having conversations about their daily lives when members of the Bills Mafia cross through. Each time, the Jets fans take issue with the Bills fans before going back to their normal conversations.

A male fan gets verbally harassed while a pregnant Bills fan has cans thrown at her in the sketch. At one point, a security officer arrives. As you would expect, it’s not to settle down the Jets fans. Instead, he joins in and yells at a group of children supporting the Bills. The final Bills fan in the sketch goes past the Jets fans on a wheelchair. After he passes, Schumer leaves the scene momentarily and comes back pushing an empty wheelchair.

Some Bills fans commented on the sketch on social media saying it was an accurate representation of Jets fans.

Hopefully Bills Mafia members in attendance today will be treated kinder by Jets fans.

You can check out the full sketch below.

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