A viral tweet after Sunday’s Bills game is causing a huge debate online. 

For the first time in weeks, the Bills were back in Orchard Park to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers - bringing thousands of fans to the parking lots around Highmark Stadium to once again party their faces off before the game.

Even though we walked out of the stadium on a high thanks to an (embarrassingly) easy win, one Bills fan was brought back down to earth after noticing the shape of the parking lots after the game.

Many members of Bills Mafia twitter agreed with Ryan K, saying it was unacceptable.

A few Twitter users offered up some solutions to keep the trash problem at bay.

Some Twitter users tried to stick up for Bills fans, saying that’s usually the situation in any stadium.

And a lot of users tried to justify it, saying that because the price of parking in the lot was so high, the Bills staff should be the ones cleaning it up.

Pick Up Your Trash, Bills Fans.

Listen - no matter what side of this issue you’re on, you must admit the parking lots after the game are absolutely disgusting.

Frankly, we learned to pick up after ourselves when we were little kids. We were told to clean our rooms and pick up toys. It’s not like we don’t know how to do it - so why aren’t we?

We shouldn't have to rely on good citizens or Bills staff to pick up our trash for us. If you can remember to pack your massive tailgating setup, all of your food and beers, your stereo, your folding tables, etc… you can remember to bring a measly trash bag to clean up your own mess.

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