Primanti Brothers Sends Free Sandwiches to Buffalo Bills Organization

By Jim Liao
Jim Liao
Jim Liao
January 4, 2016 Updated: January 4, 2016

The Pittsburgh Steelers could not have made the playoffs without help from the Buffalo Bills, who knocked off the New York Jets—the team Pittsburgh was competing with for the last playoff spot.

Teams needing help from teams outside of playoff contention to get into the playoffs is common in the NFL. Pittsburgh got that help, so for at least the next week or so, the Steelers and Bills can be considered “brother” organizations, per the following tweet:

So what was the gift to the Bills for their generous contribution?

Boxes of mouthwatering Primanti Brothers sandwiches.

The Pittsburgh-bred sandwich shop really did package and send boxes of its famous staple to the Buffalo front office.

Primanti’s sandwiches are unique in that besides coming with a slab of meat, you also get a serving and french fries and cole slaw in between the buns. 




Jim Liao