In late January, the Kansas City Chiefs football team handed the Buffalo Bills one of the most heartbreaking losses in franchise history. Chiefs fans, inspired by the fundraising spirit of Bills Mafia, decided to turn their team's big overtime win into a positive for the Buffalo community, raising $312,800 for Oishei Children's Hospital in Buffalo as of Thursday morning. Beginning Tuesday, donations in increments of $13 began being sent to the hospital from Chiefs fans in honor of the 13 seconds it took for the Kansas City offense to drive down the field to tie the divisional-round playoff game at the end of regulation. The Chiefs went on to win 42-36 on the first drive of overtime. While 13 seconds will likely never again have a positive association in Buffalo, fan bases turning a tough ending into a positive for a different community is an uplifting tradition.

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