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It's Always Sunny in Detroit:
Bills fan Jerry Wojcik moved from Buffalo to Tampa in 2001. For some reason he remains a Bills fan and really wants to keep up with current Bills news. Unlike the rest of us, he has chosen not to rely on the internet, but instead registered to receive text messages straight from the Bills. He signed up for their program earlier this season. He wanted to be kept up-to-date with the 411 in and around Ralph Wilson Stadium, but now he’s saying he’s been kept too informed and he’s suing the team. According to Wojcik’s attorneys, their client subscribed for a program that pledged to send him no more than five text alerts per week. So why is Wojcik upset? According to him, the Bills have been texting him too often. In the compliant, he claims he instead received (and I’m putting this in all caps to stress the severity) SIX MESSAGES ONE WEEK AND SEVEN A FEW WEEKS LATER. In his second full week after signing up, from Sept. 23-29, Wojcik received six text messages from the team, the court papers state. From Oct. 14-20, he received seven. HE WANTED NO MORE THAN FIVE. HE GOT SIX (AND SEVEN) AND IS SUING ABOUT IT. THREE EXTRA TEXT MESSAGES OVER THE COURSE OF SEVERAL WEEKS AND HE FILED A LAWSUIT. Wojcik’s argument rests in the amount of spam text messages that Americans receive daily. The case is designed to be a class-action suit. According to the Buffalo News: Text message spam costs Americans hundreds of millions of dollars per year, attorneys Scott D. Owens and James S. Giardina stated, in written replies to email questions. They also cited two spam-settlement cases of about $20 million and $47 million. I won’t spew legal jargon here, but this is frivolous. If I’m the judge, I couldn’t kick this out of my courtroom quick enough. As if the Bills aren’t embarrassing themselves enough, now they have their fans joining in. Buffalo News
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As if losing four straight Super Bowls and not having a winning record since 2004 wasn’t bad enough. One Buffalo Bills fan thinks three extra text messages is worth a lawsuit against his favorite team. Jerry Wojcik, a Bills fan living in Tampa, Fla., is suing the franchise after signing up to receive text updates from Buffalo’s website. Wojcik said he signed up after seeing...
According to Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com, Bills running back Fred Jackson suffered a head injury during Sunday’s loss to the Patriots.
“I don’t know if they’re calling it a concussion,” said Gailey. “I don’t know what the word is. I don’t know if it’s a concussion or not. They didn’t tell me.”
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The Buffalo Bills have announced that running back Fred
Jackson will not play during the team’s Thursday night contest against the
Miami Dolphins, reports Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com.
“It looks like Fred will be
out this week,” said Bills coach Chan Gailey. “The tests this morning were not
as good as we had hoped and he had hoped so he won’t play this week.”
It was all set up perfectly.
After a huge defensive stop held the Patiots to only a field goal, the Bills were about to get the ball back trailing by only six points, with a chance to win the game.
Ryan Fitzpatrick had been on fire all afternoon, throwing for over 300 yards and two touchdowns in the contest.
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The Bills and the Patriots played an NFL Game that ended in heartache & despair.
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