Table-breaking, Andy Dalton jersey-wearing Bills Mafia is taking over Jacksonville

Buffalo Bills fans are notoriously insane. In a good way, for the most part. They’re also celebrating their team’s first playoff appearance in 18 years.

So never mind that their wild-card round game is roughly 900 miles away. Bills Mafia descended on Jacksonville for Sunday’s matchup, and oh, boy, did it show up in full force.

Buffalo Bills fans descended upon Jacksonville for the team’s first playoff game in 18 years. (Getty)

The parking lots outside EverBank Field might as well have been in Buffalo:

Seriously there are sooooooo many Bills fans there, and many of them appear to have arrived hours before kickoff:

They are, of course, lighting fires and breaking tables – and effectively setting one another on fire:

They’re chanting Andy Dalton’s name, and even wearing makeshift Dalton Bills jerseys. Dalton led the Cincinnati Bengals to a Week 17 upset of the Baltimore Ravens, which allowed Buffalo to sneak into the playoffs.

Bills fans have also donated over $300,000 to Dalton’s charity as a way of saying “thank you.”

And in general, they’ve been living up to their reputation on Sunday by being lovable lunatics:

Jaguars fans tried to measure up to their visitors with table stunts of their own:

But it just wasn’t the same.

This triple-jump table-break might be the best of all: