Buffalo, Kansas City mayors place friendly wager on Sunday's game

It's a time-honored tradition in sports
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Buffalo, N.Y. (WBEN) - The mayors of Buffalo and Kansas City are taking part in a time-honored tradition in sports: They're putting up their hometowns' respective signature dishes in a playoff wager.

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In a video directed at Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown, Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas was at LC's Barbecue, offering up some of the city's famous barbecue.

"We have barbecue for breakfast, happy hour, lunch, dinner, brunch," says Lucas. "We bet, in the off chance the Chiefs lose, we'll send you some barbecue."

Lucas did wish the city luck, but with a dig to Brown, "As you said last year, Go Chiefs!"

Mayor Brown accepted Lucas' challenge, and responded with his own video at La Nova's Pizzeria.

"In the unlikely event we lose Sunday's game, we will send our world famous wings to Kansas City," says Brown. "Nobody circles the wagons like the Buffalo Bills, because this year, the road to the Super Bowl will go through Buffalo."

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The Bills will play the Chiefs this Sunday night in Kansas City for a 6:30 p.m. EST kickoff at Arrowhead Stadium.

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