BUFFALO, N.Y. - Although we've all probably at one time or another over these past 13 years said the Bills "stink," on Sunday beginning in the first half, there were parts of the stadium that literally...well stunk.
The floors of some bathrooms and concourses on the 100 level were flooded with raw sewage.
Here's what some people said on our Facebook page: Courtney Silsby wrote, "The puddles in the bathrooms and in the hallways were disgusting. That stadium is so scummy and a disgrace to the NFL."
Courtney Ann wrote us "I was unfortunately stuck standing in this dirty water...yes dirty water, it smelled horrible throughout the entire game."
The culprit? Not what you might think, it had nothing to do with the age of the 40 year old stadium, in fact it was just the opposite.
As part of the new lease, a new commissary is being built next to the old administration building.
A new sewer pipe that was being put down got backed up and that led to the flooding inside the stadium.
Erie County is responsible for carrying out the improvements at the stadium.
Scott Brown: "Is this the first problem of this sort you've had with the renovations going on out there?"
Public Works Commissioner John Loffredo: "Yes of this magnitude. It happened at probably the exact worst possible time (during a game) which of course is when these things normally do occur, and it's a fluke thing."
The Bills say they've been reaching out to season ticket holders in the affected areas, and are dealing with complaints from fans on an individual basis.