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Jessica Pegula at the Australian Open shows Bills colors

Jessica Pegula in Buffalo Bills colors at her Australian Open tennis match waves to the Melbourne crwod
Simon Baker
Jessica Pegula of the U.S. celebrates after defeating Nuria Parrizas Diaz of Spain in their third-round match at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Friday, Jan. 21, 2022.

Jessica Pegula, the daughter of Buffalo Bills owners Kim & Terry Pegula, celebrated her victory earlier this week at the Australia Open with a shoutout to Buffalo Bills mafia, as they head into an NFL Playoff game against Kansas City Sunday.

After her 7-6, 6-2 victory against Spain's Nuria Parrizas Diaz of Spain, Pegula approached the on-court camera and wrote the message "Bills you're next" on the camera.

During the match, she wore Bills colors and tweeted about it beforehand:

Pegula advances to the fourth round of the Australian Open with a match on Sunday, the same day the Buffalo Bills face the Kansas City Chiefs in the NFL playoffs.

Fresh off a near-perfect 47-17 blowout of New England last weekend, the Bills are headed back to Kansas City for the divisional round of the playoffs. The Chiefs head into the game after throttling Pittsburgh 42-21 in their wild-card matchup.

The Chiefs are coming off a somewhat unexpected victory. with a lackluster start and then handily defeated Pittsburgh 42-21 in their wild-card matchup.

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