ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Fans will be allowed inside Bills Stadium for the second straight week, the team announced Monday, when the Buffalo Bills host the Baltimore Ravens in an AFC divisional-round game Saturday night.
Similar to last weekend's game, when 6,772 fans were allowed to attend a game for the first time all season, fans will be required to pass a screening for the coronavirus before being allowed to enter the stadium, will have to remain socially distant in the stands and wear a mask at all times. Fans also will be assigned a specific entry gate and time to prevent clustering.
The Bills said that tickets had sold out.
Although last weekend's game was well below stadium capacity, the noise from fans in attendance received rave reviews from the players.
"It was crazy. It was so loud -- it was only 7,000 but it felt like 50,000," said rookie kicker Tyler Bass, who had never experienced fans at Bills Stadium. "They gave us a lot of juice, gave me a lot of juice, it was awesome."