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 need win over Texans to keep wild card chances alive

The 30-22  loss to the Kansas City Chiefs last weekend helped to push the Bills a bit further back in the bid for a wildcard slot in the upcoming NFL playoffs.  It has been 15 years since the Bills have made it into the playoffs.

“We made it tough on ourselves,” Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor said, “but we’ve just got to take it week by week, day by day. Maintain a hungry attitude.”

This Sunday, the Houston Texans come calling on the Bills and are also looking to keep their playoff hopes alive after upsetting the New Orleans Saints 24-6.

Be sure to get your tickets and help cheer on your Buffalo Bills to victory over the Houston Texans!

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Controversy surrounds Patriots win

Leodis McKelvin must have felt like he was in an episode of The Twilight Zone as he once again found himself repeating a huge mistake he last made against the New England Patriots the last time they played MNF in 2008.  Back then, McKelvin fumbled a kick return, this time it was a punt return that cost three points in a 20-13 loss.

“It’s football,” McKelvin said. “Things happen. S— happens. I guess it just happened to me at this place. Luck of the draw.”

At the end of this game, the Bills were driving and running a two minute drill and quarterback Tyrod Taylor (20-36 for 233) hit WR Sammy Watkins who rolled out of bounds with two seconds left on the clock – enough time for an unlikely Hail Mary pass completion.  The referee, however, allowed the clock to continue to run citing that Watkins “gave himself up.”

“What we had as far as the last play with Buffalo’s reception was that the receiver gave himself up voluntarily in the field of play. When that occurs and we deem that the runner, which he would have been after he maintained possession after his reception, he was now a runner, had given himself up in the field of play,” Referee Gene Steratore told a pool reporter

The Bills (5-5) will get an easier opponent this weekend when they meet the Kansas City Chiefs (5-5) at Arrowhead Stadium this Sunday before returning home to take on the Texans on December 3rd.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today and cheer on your Buffalo Bills

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