Buffalo Bills wideout Isaiah McKenzie gave his team’s receivers personalized arcade game machines for the holidays.

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Each game was embellished with the players’ names and numbers in Bills colours. (Cole Beasley just joined the club so his was not included in the initial distribution). The game console includes 9,600 games, according to the audio on McKenzie’s Instagram post.

“For the squad,” McKenzie is heard saying, “For the squad.”

Stefon Diggs, Gabe Davis, Tanner Gentry, Jameson Crowder, and Khalil Shakir each received a machine, and Isaiah received one for himself. He also made a point of getting one for the team’s wide receivers coach, Chad Hall. According to TMZ, each one had a bow on it, and when the boys saw them, they went berserk.

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Meanwhile, the NFL’s Week 15 action was heated, with several teams staging incredible comebacks. Saturday night, the Buffalo Bills defeated the Miami Dolphins 32-29 at Highmark Stadium, while the Minnesota Vikings turned a hostile home crowd into a cheering one with a historic comeback against the Indianapolis Colts.

The Philadelphia Eagles won 25-20 over the Detroit Lions, while the New Orleans Saints beat the Atlanta Falcons 21-18. The Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the Dallas Cowboys in overtime, 40-34, while the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Houston Texans, 30-24.

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The Minnesota Vikings’ epic comeback from 0-3 to defeat the Indianapolis Colts 39-36 in Week 15 of the NFL garnered headlines as the Vikings nearly clinched the AFC South with three games remaining. The Buffalo Bills defeated the Miami Dolphins 32-29 at home in another difficult comeback.

The San Francisco 49ers defeated the Seattle Seahawks 21-13, while the Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the Dallas Cowboys 40-34 in overtime, and the Detroit Lions defeated the New York Jets 20-17. Despite a strong fourth-quarter showing by the Atlanta Falcons, the New Orleans Saints won 21-18.