Found January 28, 2013 on Buffalo Wins:
Photo property of the Associated Press What’s happenin’, kids? It’s been a while since I’ve said anything here. For a few weeks there I couldn’t even tolerate watching the team, much less sitting down to write about them. More recently, I’ve had the desire but not the means as my recently-purchased computer **** the bed and I’ve been without a way to put more than 140 characters down at a time. Now the new digs have arrived thanks to a helpful pal and we’re ready to roll. A lot has happened with the Bills organization since we last talked, so let’s get jiggy with it. To absolutely nobody’s surprise, Buffalo didn’t live up to the pre-season hype and fell short of the playoffs again. I think we all kind of expected it after the Houston game, maybe sooner. Thirteen years is a damn long time to keep ‘maybe next year’-ing but hey, we’re into that sort of thing. Despite beating the Jets in Orchard Park in the season finale, the decision had long-since been made and Chan

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Bills announce 5-year extension with Rogers Media

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Buffalo Bills announce 5-year extension of Toronto series

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Toront-oh: Bills' Canada series extended through 2017

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