Bills host Dolphins

The Buffalo Bills have gone through two straight losses in mostly competitive games, falling to the Bengals 34-21 and the Jaguars 34-31 but this week may put them back on the winning path as they host the 3-4 Miami Dolphins, who are coming off a 36-7 drubbing at the hands of the New England Patriots.  Head Coach Rex Ryan is just trying to hold it all together.

“Look, this isn’t where we wanted to be,” Ryan said Wednesday. “3-4 is not what we want to be at. It’s not what our fans signed up for too. I feel bad for our fans. I know they’re all-in. They’re all-in for us. We sold more season tickets than [any previous season]. Not to be 3-4. You know what I mean? We don’t want to be that. That’s disappointing to me.

You can be there to help lead your Bills to victory.  Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your Buffalo Bills.

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Bills looking for next victory

After not being able to get the football in the end zone  last Thursday in  9-22 loss against the Miami Dolphins, the Jets are hoping they may be able to punch it in against the hapless (2-8) New York Jets this coming Sunday.

Even with the lack of touchdown production, Bills Head coach Doug Marrone is not making any changes, especially at the quarterback position.

“Right now I’m sticking with Kyle, we’ll go with who gives us the best chance to win,” he said, per the team’s official Twitter feed.

Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours now!

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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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