Buffalo Bills News: A story of Bills fans helping a Colts fan

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One Buffalo Bills fan sent out a tweet trying to get her brother some special birthday wishes. We look at that and more in The Morning Charge.

I was lucky enough to speak with a special Buffalo Bills fan yesterday.

Known on Twitter as @DanyelReneeBB, Danyel is a Bills fan who has a Colts fan as a brother. She wanted her brother to get some love for his birthday, but didn’t know what one simple tweet would lead to.

That post will be shared below in just a bit.

It was amazing to see a story of how social media can be used for good in a time when logging onto Twitter can often lead to some major frustration.

It was also great to see Bills fans stepping up to help a Colts fan have such a special birthday. It doesn’t take much to retweet or quote a tweet, but doing so can mean a lot to others. Just something to keep in mind.

Let’s take a look at this story and more in today’s edition of The Morning Charge.

Buffalo Bills News:

Bills fans help give a Colts fan a birthday to remember (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)

This is the story mentioned above. I was lucky enough to share this story and I would recommend checking it out if you haven’t done so already. It will surely put you in a good mood. I guarantee that.

Sean McDermott ranked No. 18 overall head coach by NFL Mocks (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)

After a heartwarming story, we are back to offseason power rankings. This time it focuses on NFL head coaches and I would consider this ranking fair for Sean McDermott. He obviously had a strong rookie season, but he has to prove that it wasn’t a fluke.

Shaq Lawson: It’s time to wake up (PFT, Josh Alper)

Does Shaq Lawson have a future in Buffalo? That remains up in the air as of now, but Lawson still has the chance to prove himself in 2018. Read more about his latest comments here.

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Bills legend Jim Kelly undergoing more surgery (NFL.com, Kevin Patra)

Some unfortunate news, but also some that could end up being good news in the long run. Jim Kelly had another surgery yesterday, so hopefully that means he will be back on the road to recovery rather soon.