Found December 09, 2012 on It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
PLAYERS: Lee Smith
Bills fans aren’t used to their team scoring touchdowns.  And really, do they have a reason to be?  Bills tight end Lee Smith, a second-year guy out of Marshall, just wanted to celebrate his second career touchdown with the fans who had nothing better to do on a rainy Sunday in Buffalo showed up. The fans didn’t share that same enthusiasm.  Keep in mind, a big-time Buffalo restaurateur had to cough up cash to buy the remaining 10,000 to avoid the local blackout. Then again, in the Bills fans’ defense, there is no such thing as the Ralph Wilson Stadium leap.
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