Buffalo looks to end skid against Browns

Bills must win to stay in Playoff Hunt.

The Buffalo Bills (6-7, 11th Seed in AFC) welcome the winless Cleveland Browns which could be just what the doctor ordered to get back on the winning track.  The Bills have lost their last two games against the Raiders and Steelers, respectively.

For the Browns, tanking the season has become harder and harder to ignore as they stopped going to the one part of their offense that was working, their running game.  The Browns started the season with the best running game in the league but they began to go away from it when defenses began keying the run.  Now, the league is baffled by erratic play calling and lack of game planning.

The Bills will continue to pound the ball and are close to breaking a franchise record for rushing touchdowns once they get past 26 they will.  They are already over 2000 rushing yards and are only 450 yards away from having a top five single season rushing record.

Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to grab yours today and help cheer on your Buffalo Bills this weekend!

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Bills holding out hope on ending 16 year drought

The Buffalo Bills are still mathematically in this thing called the NFL Playoffs.  They must win out in order to even have a chance and even then other circumstances prevail as to who gets the final wild card spot.  One thing is for sure, the Bills could win their next two games against the Redskins and Cowboys and keep rolling into New York to have a shot against the Jets.

The Bills will be without LB Nigal Bradham and RB Karlos Williams while the Redskins have a number players listed as questionable but will for sure be without the services of TE Derek Carrier.

Tickets for the next home game against the Dallas Cowboys are still available so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your Buffalo Bills into the Playoffs~!

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Bills looking to take down Pats

The 22-17 win over the New York Jets last weekend has fueled hopes that the rematch against the New England Patriots will have a better outcome than their 40-32 loss in week two.  The Patriots are coming off a slim 27-26 win over the New York Giants last weekend.

The Bills are looking forward to getting back on the field with the Pats on Monday Night Football and head coach Rex Ryan knows his team has what it takes to defeat the undefeated.

“I know we have improved as a football team. I know we have, we are better,” Ryan said at a press conference Tuesday.

While both Julian Edelman (11 catches for 97 yards and two touchdowns) and Rob Gronkowski (seven catches for 113 yards and a touchdown) tore up the Bills in their last meeting, the Patriots will be without Edelman for this game after breaking a bone in his foot against the Giants and is expected to be out for 6-8 weeks while the Bills D looks to take Gronkowski out of the game.

“We got a game plan to take him out of the game,” cornerback Stephon Gilmore said Tuesday. “We’re gonna be ready for him.”

Affordable tickets and great seats for this epic match up are still available so be sure to get out and cheer on your Buffalo Bills on the road!

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