Bills fan Jack Frost’s game day to remember

Posted Oct 24, 2017

Bills super fan, 13-year-old Jack Frost was given a special role on game day during Buffalo's Week 7 matchup against the Buccaneers.

Sunday’s Bills game was one to remember for several reasons. Not only did the Bills come away with a hard-fought win at home, the game took on special meaning for many – especially a young Bills fan named Jack Frost.

Known for his upbeat personality, sense of humor, positive attitude and ability to name every player on the Bills roster, Frost served as a Bills spotter for the FOX broadcast crew. Side-by-side with Chris Myers and Daryl Johnston, the 13-year-old worked his magic. A perfect candidate for the job, Frost came dressed the part in his autographed Eric Wood jersey. Looking out from the booth, Frost’s Bills’ expertise proved invaluable.

A regular attendee at Bills Training Camp and a dear friend to many at One Bills Drive, Frost leaves an impression on everyone that he meets. Despite being diagnosed with a rare disease called Fanconi anemia, Frost continues to stay optimistic. Fun-loving and charismatic, Frost’s special day will long be remembered.