KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WROC) — It all started with a conversation last Tuesday. Josh Cook, a Seneca Castle native, caught up with an old friend in Texas.

“It was a last minute decision, a buddy of mine from high school that I hadn’t seen in a few years lives in San Antonio, texted me on Tuesday, was like, ‘these tickets aren’t all that expensive, we should meet up and go,’ and I said, ‘alright, let’s do it.'”

“We made all the arrangements,” Cook continued, “and here we are.”

And so, Cook flew out, from Western NY, to DC, to KC.

“My plane was 3/4 Bills fans,” Cook said. “Even the pilot gave us a “Go Bills” after his initial announcement, which was really cool.”

And this weekend, Cook said, there was a major Bills Mafia presence in Kansas City.

“With the amount of Bills fans here,” Cook added, “I feel like I’m home, it’s just warmer.”

The Bills didn’t get the win, ultimately falling to the Chiefs 42-36 on the road.

After the game, Cook told News 8 it was a “heartbreaker,” as Cook and all of Bills Mafia anxiously await its elusive first ring.