Ryan Fitzpatrick attends Bills playoff win, goes shirtless in stands in freezing temps

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Beard. Bare chest. Bills Mafia.

Ryan Fitzpatrick is a shirtless man of the people.

The beloved former Buffalo Bills quarterback — who is still technically on another NFL team — sat in the stands with Bills Mafia to watch the Bills' raze the New England Patriots 47-17 at Highmark Stadium on Saturday.

The 17-year veteran attended the game with his children to cheer on the Bills.

Photos posted on social media show Fitzpatrick shirtless and flexing, and with his former center in Buffalo, Eric Wood, who is now a commentator on the Buffalo Bills Radio Network.

The game-time temperature was six degrees with a wind chill minus seven.

Fitzpatrick was the Washington Football Team's starter but suffered a season-ending hip injury in the opener. He has played for nine NFL teams.

Fitzpatrick, 39, spent four years and started 53 games with the Bills, his longest tenure with a single team. He has said in interviews that his favorite city is Buffalo, where the "Fitzmagic" moniker was born.

He has also played for the St. Louis Rams, Cincinnati Bengals, Tennessee Titans, Houston Texans, New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Miami Dolphins.

Five of his former teams are in the playoffs but he chose to get a ticket to Highmark Stadium.

This article originally appeared on Rochester Democrat and Chronicle: Ryan Fitzpatrick goes shirtless in stands to cheer on Bills playoff win

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