If you're like me and grew up during the 17-yar Bills playoff drought, then you probably know that the Bills always played games at 1 pm.

From the mid-'90s to the mid-to-late 2000s, the Bills played hardly any night games in Orchard Park and even more rare to get a home Sunday Night Football gaame.

The Bills last night played in their first Sunday Night Football home game, with fans, since November 18th, 2007.

It wasn't a perfect game by the Bills, as they played the worst second half of the season, but they beat the Green Bay Packers, 27-17.

The pregame entrances were a highlight of the night, as the Bills turned off the lights in Highmark Stadium for player introductions. Only the smartphone lights in the stands could be seen as players ran out of the tunnel.

Josh Allen was the last player introduced and the video is beyond incredible.

Josh Allen threw for two touchdowns, one to Stefon Diggs and the other to Isaiah McKenzie, but did throw two bad interceptions to help keep the Packers in the game.

The fact the Bills made that many mistakes and still won by 10 points, says a lot about how good their roster is. The Packers are not the team they once were but when you have Aaron Rodgers, you always have a chance for the upset.

The Bills will next travel to the Meadowlands to play the New York Jets in what is the Bills second AFC East matchup of the season.

Kickoff next Sunday is 1 pm.

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