Micah Hyde gets chills thinking about Bills clinching AFC East at home: ‘I don’t think I’ve ever done that.’

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WHEC) — You might know the Bills have a 24-hour rule after games because they frequently talk about it, but as the games get bigger, it doesn’t get any easier and a big game is just what they have on tap Sunday.

It’s a chance to clinch the division title at home for the first time in 27 years. Buffalo won the AFC East on the road last year.

They’ll welcome a (4-12) Jets squad they’re favored by 16.5 against, the largest spread this week.

It comes after the Bills beat them in week 10, but there’s more riding on this game and Micah Hyde says he would love nothing more than claiming the division title in front of Bills Mafia.

"Amazing," Hyde said. "I got the chills. I really got the chills thinking about it. It’s going to be amazing, man. I think I’m definitely not going to take it for granted. We understand that this is a huge game. To clinch it at home in front of our fans, I don’t I’ve ever done that. This is year nine, eighth year going to the playoffs. I’ve never for a home game so I’ve never clinched for a home game."