Offensive linemen Luke Tenuta, Derek Kerstetter, Tanner Owen and Alec Anderson may have to wear the “Blockstreet Boys” name for the rest of the summer.
Buffalo Bills rookies were filmed singing the Backstreet Boys classic “I Want It That Way” shirtless outside the team’s movie theater by Stefon Diggs on Thursday. Diggs shared the video on his Instagram story and it went viral from there. In fact, so many Bills fans tagged the Backstreet Boys in the video that one band member responded to the video.
Nick Carter, one of the band’s lead singers who has New York ties, shared the video on his Twitter account while praising the players’ rendition of his song.
Carter is originally from Jamestown, New York and moved to Florida at a young age. He is currently a Buccaneers fan, but admitted he also likes the Bills at the Backstreet Boys concert in Darien Lake on July 3.
Besides giving the Bills some love in July, the Backstreet Boys singer also predicted the team would win this year’s Super Bowl.
“I’m a Buccaneers fan, but I also have the Buffalo Bills in my heart,” Carter told the Darien Lake crowd. “When I was a very small kid, I grew up watching the Buffalo Bills,” Carter told the crowd after admitting to being a Buccaneers fan. “So I will make a prediction right away. Go ahead, put it in your phones. Save it here and put it on the Internet. The Buffalo Bills are going to win the Super Bowl this year. I call him. You heard it here. Mark the date. The day before the 4th of July. Nick Carter called him.
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