Chad Hall definitely was a good boy for the Buffalo Bills this year. The wide receivers decided to play Santa Claus.
The holiday season all about giving. With Christmas here, sometimes the best gift out there is the one of giving back.
In 2020, the Buffalo Bills gave their city hope for the future. With their victory on the road last week in Denver, the Bills picked up their first AFC East title since 1995, sending the city of pure joy and partying for the next week.
The Bills wide receiver corp, well, they gave one special person a little bit more than just a playoff berth.
Chad Hall was hanging out with the Bills’ receivers on Christmas Eve before one of the members told him to go outside. Wearing a beanie, the receivers led him to his present; a brand new Ford F-150 truck sitting in his driveway.
This video says it all and the reaction will make your heart grow three sizes today.
— Bradley Gelber (@BradleyGelber) December 25, 2020
Hall has earned a big payday for 2020
Josh Allen’s resurgence has helped the Bills look like one of the best teams in the AFC for the next decade. A passer is only as good as his weapons, and Buffalo’s receivers have been on point all year long.
Stefon Diggs cost the Bills a first-round pick. They don’t miss it after his record-setting season. The former Vikings sensation has been essential to Allen’s growth while setting new career numbers on his own. Currently, Diggs leads the NFL in receptions (111) and is third in receiving yards (1,314).
— The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) December 8, 2020
Cole Beasley, who’s the perfect slot option in Brian Daboll’s system, also is playing his way into a new contract He set a career-highs in receptions (79) and yards (950) and could reach 1,000 by the end of Week 17.
Let’s not forget about John Brown and rookie Gabriel Davis. The former Ravens star finished with over 1,000 yards last season while Davis has tallied six touchdowns on the year despite being the team’s No.4 option.
Hall has been a good boy this holiday season. It was certainly was a Merry Christmas to Hall, and to all a good night.