Bills take heart in loss to Falcons

TE Moeaki inks two-year deal with Club

After losing to the Atlanta Falcons in their annual Toronto game, Bills CEO Russ Brandon is now disclosing that the annual game in the Great White North may no longer be viable for the team, especially since it has lost the last six times, including a 34-31 heartbreaking loss to Atlanta last weekend.

“Toronto has been positive for us down here,” Brandon said. “We’ve had great growth in the southern Ontario marketplace over the last five years back here at Ralph Wilson Stadium. That has been a big positive. [But] it has been a challenged market there and certainly has not translated into enough wins for us there.”

Also in Bills news, former Kansas City Chiefs Tight End Tony Moeaki worked out for a number of teams after reaching an injury settlement with the Chiefs.  Moeaki worked out for the Bills, Buccaneers and the Titans.

The Bills take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this Sunday. Great seats and tickets are still available!

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Jon Bon Jovi interested in buying the Bills

Reports coming out of major news sources are declaring that Rocker Jon Bon Jovi is leading a team that will purchase the Buffalo Bills once Team Owner.  According to Mark Polincarz, a spokesman for Erie County, Bon Jovi is making all the right moves.

“Bon Jovi is apparently part of a group expressing interest in buying the team, but there’s been no contact between them and Erie County,” Polincarz said. “This is why it was important to get the 10-year lease in place.”

In the meantime, the Bills next face the Atlanta Falcons on December 1st. Great seats and tickets are still available.

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Bills eek out victory

The Miami Dolphins were hoping to end their losing streak at two games but the Buffalo Bills had intentions of their own and in a battle of wills, the Bills walked away Miami Gardens with a 23-21 victory.

Guided by RB Fred Jackson who had 36 yards and a TD on 11 carries to go along with four receptions for 49 yards, the Bills held the Dolphins scoreless in the first and fourth quarters.  This game was especially sweet for Jackson, who broke his leg here in November of 2011.

“Oh yeah, I was motivated.  That was something that ran through my mind yesterday. And I wanted to be out there.”

The team expect Jackson to be suited up and ready when the Saints come calling this weekend.

“He’s got a lot of heart. He’s one of those guys who’s a natural leader,” guard Kraig Urbik said. “When we need a little pick up or need a little extra, he’s always the guy to provide it. He’s one of those guys that we always rally behind.”

Great seats and tickets are still available for the Bills/Saints  match up.


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