Some of Bills Mafia turned on each other after a beer-throwing incident during the “Monday Night Football” game against the Denver Broncos.
Multiple fans got mixed up in a brawl in the upper bowl at Highmark Stadium, where the Bills lost at home to the Broncos, 24-22, dropping them to 5-5.
Things got ugly when one fan tossed a beer into the crowd in section 314, according to X user @KyleEllisWV, who shared a video of brawl.
That’s when a few male fans started throwing punches on the stairs while fans nearby stood and watched.
One man who intervened could be seen falling down the stairs before another man ran up the steps and attempted to separate individuals involved in the melee.
“Oh s–t!” someone can be heard yelling as the fight carried on. “Let’s go!”
Meanwhile, the song “Shout” by The Isley Brothers blasted in Orchard Park.
It’s unclear if stadium security or police were called, and whether there were any injuries reported.
The fans involved in the brawl have not been identified as of Tuesday morning.
It’s possible Bills faithful were frustrated with their team’s continued struggles.
Turnovers were the downfall for Bills quarterback Josh Allen, who threw two interceptions and lost a fumble in the Bills’ third loss in four games.
He finished 15-of-26 for 177 yards with one rushing touchdown and one passing touchdown, including a 22-yard score to rookie tight end Dalton Kincaid.
Prior to the primetime loss, Bills veteran running back Latavius Murray called a players only meeting with the offense to stress the importance of sticking together.
“We can play and beat anybody,” he said. “A lot of times, It’s getting redundant but it’s us beating ourselves.
“So how can we avoid that?”
The Bills host the Jets (4-5) on Nov. 19 in an important game for both teams’ playoff chances.