Mafia Monday Interview with @doll__28

Pro Player Insiders (web:, Twitter: @PlayerInsiders) is working to expand its scope from player perspective stories to also include the fans of the NFL, engaging with the league’s most passionate fanbases. We are proud to be the FIRST fanbase they contacted and are looking forward to helping blaze this trail for them.
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The first visible example of our partnership is the cross-posting of our weekly feature, “Mafia Monday.” Mafia Monday was a very popular feature last year, where we interview a selected member of the FAMbase. This is an interactive element where members of our community can get to know each other and build unity by becoming a little transparent.


Week 3’s Mafia Monday interview is @doll__28.

How long have you been a Bills Fan, and what’s your earliest Bills memory?
I have been a Buffalo Bills fan since literally before i can remember. My father is a HUGE bills fan, so of course having a child even though i was a girl, all my outfits were Buffalo Bills. Funny part now is when its my turn to buy him outfits, their now ALL Buffalo Bills. My earliest memory has to be sitting next to my dad watching the games, and he would scream at the top of his lungs at the TV. I remember thinking they could hear him, so I would yell when he would leave the room to make sure they kept hearing someone telling them to run.

My first Bills game is so hard to remember, I was maybe 4 or 5 years old and my dad and uncles took me. It was a super cold game so i remember everything being wrapped up on me except my eyes, and my dad had to carry me because the layers were so much I couldn’t even move my little legs. I do however remember it was against Miami, and I kept saying squish the fish, and I remember seeing my first touchdown live ever. I was so young but those little memories are more memorable.

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About Del Reid

Del Reid became a Bills fan shortly after coming into this world, having been raised in a home that actually had a framed picture of OJ Simpson on the wall in the living room (until it came down in 1994). Del has always had a passion for bringing people together to celebrate things they share in common. As a result, he (quite accidentally) ended up co-founding the #BillsMafia movement among Bills fans in social media -- which to this point is the coolest thing that has ever happened to him aside from his relationship with God, his wife, and his two awesome kids. Follow him on Twitter at @mrdeadlier.