Bills fans, get ready for some serious scoreboard watching this Sunday, Dec. 31, at (716) Food and Sport!
A one-stop shop for all your game day needs, (716) provides sports enthusiasts with an exciting atmosphere to cheer on their favorite teams. Not only will fans be able to watch the Bills take on their AFC division rival the Miami Dolphins, they’ll get to follow along with all the games that matter. Located at HARBORCENTER in downtown Buffalo, this unmatched atmosphere is complete with a 38-foot video screen, Buffalo’s culinary favorites and much more.
Starting at kickoff, at 4:25 p.m., fans can stop by to help root for the Bills, capture the moment in a photo booth and get pumped up with music from DJ Milk. During the game, prizes will be given away, including two Super Bowl tickets!*
We look forward to seeing you there! Go Bills!
*Please view the official rules here.
Tags: (716) Food and Sport, Wild Card
Posted in Inside the Bills, Off the Field
Just a couple of weeks ago the Indianapolis Colts were far from a Wild Card threat to Buffalo’s AFC playoff hopes. After big conference wins over Pittsburgh and San Diego (both on the road) the Colts are 7-4 and facing a cupcake schedule the rest of the way (Clev, Cin, Det, Jax, Ten).
Unless Peyton Manning’s arm falls off, you’ve got to believe they’re going to grab one of the Wild Card spots.
Then there’s pesky upstart Baltimore. Fortunately their schedule is a bit tougher the rest of the way after they play lowly Cincy this week (Wash, Pitt, @Dal, Jax).
Both teams have a one game lead on the Bills as does New England. Buffalo only gets to directly make an impact on New England’s standing in the season finale.
Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Indianapolis Colts, New England Patriots, Wild Card
Posted in Inside the Bills
Here at the midway mark of the season, believe it or not the Bills would be on the outside looking in if playoff berths were handed out now.
At 5-3 the Bills are tied for the third best record in the AFC. The only problem is two of the other teams with that record are the Jets and Patriots.
And with Buffalo currently 0-2 in the division they not only aren’t the division leader via tiebreaker, but also would lose the final Wild Card spot to (ugh) New England by virtue of the Patriots’ better division record right now (1-1).
The Bills sit seventh in the conference, one spot out of the postseason. I know it’s only half the season, but it provides a peek at how critical the division record can be with the logjam that exists right now in the AFC.
It might not just mean the difference between winning the division and getting a Wild Card berth. It could mean the difference in getting a playoff berth at all.
Tags: AFC playoff picture, Wild Card
Posted in Inside the Bills