BUFFALO BILLS safety Jordan Poyer has a new incentive to improve his NFL performances this season.
The former Oregan state safety, 31, was offered an incredible bonus by ex-NFL kicker Pat McAfee.
Poyer already has four interceptions into the new season, with the Bills 3-1 after a strong start.
He was the star when Buffalo ousted the Baltimore Ravens in a week four thriller.
And Poyer was named AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his six tackles, three abandoned passes and two interceptions in the dismal win.
And now McAfee — who hosts a popular FanDuelTV show — has pledged to donate $1 million to charity if Poyer can reach a certain milestone this season.
On his hit Pat McAfee Show, the ex-Colts kicker said he would top up the cash if Poyer can beat Trevon Diggs’ one-season listening record.
Digg’s performance is 11, and Troyer immediately accepts the challenge of reaching twelve INTs and landing the money.
McAfee said: “They are on course for 17.
“If you get  Picks, we’re donating $1 million to a foundation.”
A stunned Poyer had to get up from his chair in shock before replying: “Aight!
“I take challenges personally.”
Poyer was also looking forward to this weekend’s match-up with the Steelers – and the opportunity to face rookie QB Kenny Pickett.
He continued, “You’ve got a rookie quarterback here, a top-notch first-round pick guy. [He’s] all the potential in the world.
“Obviously they have a really good defense too. So it will be a good football match.”
Buffalo meets the Steelers on Sunday, October 9 at Bills Stadium, kick-off is 1:00 p.m. ET.
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/6374247/pat-mcafee-jordan-poyer-interceptions-million/ Pat McAfee is offering Jordan Poyer a seven-figure sum if he hits an incredible defensive milestone this season