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Buffalo Bills star receiver Stevie Johnson meets up with Game to produce an original Stevie Johnson hip hop hit that will appear on Game’s upcoming mixtape — For a first effort, not too bad. Just try to learn the words before you hit the studio next time. -TO
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With the NFL finalizing its altered blackout rule, pressure is now on the Buffalo Bills to make the sellout threshold as close to the minimum 85 percent as possible.
NFL spokesman Brian MCCarthy said Monday the league ratified the altered blackout threshold at its league meetings in May. The new rule allows clubs to air a home game locally without selling out. Clubs...
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Ten Things I “Bill-ieve” is something I hope to do weekly after every Bills game as a way to spotlight and sometimes critique a player’s performance. With that, I give you Ten Things I “Bill-ieve” Heading into the 2012 Buffalo Bills Season.
1. The Bills will End Up 2nd in the AFC East
I’d like to sit here and say with the utmost confidence that the...
When did it begin?
When did Bills fans start getting the impending doom sort of mindset where we didn't think it would all work out in the end? It had to start somewhere. Some may say it started during SB XXV. Maybe when Ronnie Harmon dropped the ball? The Cowboys bloodbaths? Maybe that is just my generations' death knells, but for our dads, maybe it dates back to the...
I'm all for people chasing their dreams, but I am 100% against this abortion of a song that The Game helped Buffalo Bills' receiver Stevie Johnson record in a studio that obviously is not on a tight budget for time slots that may produce music worth listening to.
Former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly was happy to see Tim Tebow sign with the New York Jets.
But, it wasn’t because Kelly was excited to watch him play. Instead, it was for the turmoil the move may cause a division rival.
“As a Buffalo Bills fan, I hope there’s so much turmoil during training camp, I hope Tebow plays great, he pushes (Mark) Sanchez, and all of a sudden...