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Steelers' Vince Williams owes brother Karlos Super Bowl tickets for Bills win

CINCINNATI, OH - DECEMBER 13: Vince Williams #98 of the Pittsburgh Steelers warms up prior to the start of the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on December 13, 2015 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by John Grieshop/Getty Images) ORCHARD PARK, NY - DECEMBER 27: Karlos Williams #29 of the Buffalo Bills celebrates a touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys during the first half at Ralph Wilson Stadium on December 27, 2015 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)

CINCINNATI, OH - DECEMBER 13: Vince Williams #98 of the Pittsburgh Steelers warms up prior to the start of the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Paul Brown Stadium on December 13, 2015 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by John Grieshop/Getty Images) ORCHARD PARK, NY - DECEMBER 27: Karlos Williams #29 of the Buffalo Bills celebrates a touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys during the first half at Ralph Wilson Stadium on December 27, 2015 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Brett Carlsen/Getty Images)

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Buffalo Bills exchanged friendly tweets after the latter helped the former get into the postseason with a victory over the New York Jets on Sunday. Steelers linebacker Vince Williams owes brother Karlos a little bit more.

Last week, Vince Williams told the Beaver County Times that he would get his younger brother a ticket to the Super Bowl if his Bills knocked off the Jets. After the Steelers punched their playoff ticket with a win over Cleveland, Williams decided to increase the bounty, per ESPN.com's Jeremy Fowler, perhaps because of Karlos' 2-yard touchdown run.

"I'm flying him. Hotel fare -- all that."

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Karlos Williams also has the option of going to a playoff game, presumably to see his brother play, instead of the Super Bowl, which will be held at the home of the San Francisco 49ers in Santa Clara, Calif. Now that the Steelers have found a way into the playoffs, perhaps Karlos will get a chance to kill two birds with one stone.

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