The Bengals' fans simply got to see the team they most love to hate lose a playoff game.
Bortles had just one more win in his first three seasons as quarterback of the Jacksonville Jaguars than he did in 2017 regular season alone, so when the ESPN analyst took aim at the 25-year-old and called him "the worst quarterback in the NFL" in late December 2016, it was not entirely unfounded.
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Baldwin then praised the director and said that it was one of the privileges of his career to have worked with Allen. In a series of tweets , Baldwin defended Allen and called the criticism against him as "unfair and sad".
Now, Bengals fans are following suit by rewarding Jacksonville Jaguars QB Blake Bortles for defeating their division rival in the playoffs.
According to Mike DiRocco of ESPN, over 100 Bengals fans have since Sunday donated money to the Blake Bortles Foundation, raising in the ballpark of $5000 to date.
This act was not taken to make amends for the on-field shenanigans from the Bengals-Jaguars game earlier this season.
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Dalton noted that numerous donations were for $17, which represented the 17 seasons between playoff berths for the Bills.
Cincinnati sports radio host Mo Egger spearheaded the campaign, using his show and social media to coax donations from fans. The group partners with organizations to help children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
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The development was significant enough that it prompted Bortles, who is now preparing to face the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship game, to release a statement on behalf of his charity. He evidently suggested that Bengals fans "pay it forward' as Bills fans to for their players' charities".