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Buffalo Bills fans could end up in Amazon commercial

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BUFFALO -- Amazon is looking to pay a Buffalo resident to jump through a table. Seriously.

Casting Buffalo placed an advertisement on Facebook looking for actors to play a role in a new Amazon commercial. The agency is casting for a variety of Buffalo Bills fan roles, from young to old. One of those key parts involves some stunt work as a table jumper.

Listed in the description for a table jumper is a "diehard fan, eccentric, goofy, all they care about is the Buffalo Bills winning." Experience in table jumping is "encouraged." The person chosen will also have one line: "Staaat that." The pay is $550 for 12 hours of work. Video auditions are part of the application.

Bills fans have become known for their tailgating, including jumping through plastic tables prior to games outside of Highmark Stadium. Those celebrations have received increasing national attention, especially with the recent success of the team.

Availability is requested for Oct. 5 or Oct. 6.

The Bills beat the Miami Dolphins 35-0 on Sunday to improve to 1-1.