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Ralph Wilson Stadium seats 73,079 when the Buffalo Bills are playing, For a football-crazy city with relatively low ticket prices, Buffalo only managed to sell 90.7 percent of its seats in home games, placing it in the bottom quarter of all franchises in terms of fan attendance.

 

According to the data, Bills ticket sales didn’t bring in fans in the same capacity as tickets to the Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals, or Cleveland Browns did. All three teams ranked higher than Buffalo in terms of attendance percentage, which isn’t an encouraging picture for Bills fans.

 

What is encouraging for people with Buffalo Bills tickets is the fact that this team wasn’t as bad as its 6-10 record last season might reflect. LB Kiko Alonso and DE Mario Williams had solid years respectively, and rookie QB EJ Manuel showed flashes of brilliance before suffering an LCL sprain that hindered his performance for the rest of the season.

 

Overall, there are reasons to be optimistic about the Bills, even if Ralph Wilson Stadium ticket prices don’t necessarily reflect that type of hope for the future.

 

Lost in the midst of a disappointing 2013 season are a few bright spots: a fourth-quarter lead over the New England Patriots in Week 1; a Week 2 victory over the Carolina Panthers; Williams’s 4.5 sacks against Carolina; Alonso’s 159 total tackles (third highest in the league); and a strong year overall from DT Marcell Dareus.

 

But, Buffalo will still have to make moves this offseason to increase demand for Bills tickets ahead of the 2014 season, including signing S Jairus Byrd to a long-term contract, deciding whether to keep WR Steve Johnson in the fold, and figuring out what’s keeping RB C.J. Spiller from being as explosive as he was in 2012. In short, there are question marks around the future of the franchise.

 

Assuming the team wants to build around Manuel at quarterback, and they can pull off a Byrd extension, there’s no reason to think that this team can’t pull off a 7-9 or 8-8 record this season. After all, that’s why they play the games.

Buffalo Bills Tickets

Buffalo Bills tickets are your chance to see an up-and-coming team that’s ready to make its move. The Bills cut ties with quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and signed Kevin Kolb to compete with Tarvaris Jackson and surprising first-round pick E.J. Manuel out of Florida State. Buy Bills tickets online and watch new coach Doug Marrone work the offensive magic he displayed while leading Syracuse. The Bills drafted Manuel and wide receiver Robert Woods with their first two picks and wideout Marquise Goodwin in the third round, an indication that they’re tired of being mediocre offensively.

Ralph Wilson Stadium in Orchard Park, N.Y., is the place to be for Bills fans, who are arguably the most devoted and loyal in the NFL. Bills tickets are prized throughout the region despite the team’s lack of recent success. But this is a proud franchise that once reached four straight Super Bowls. Since their founding in 1960, the Bills have captured two AFL championships, four AFC championships and 10 division crowns while making the playoffs 17 times, most recently in 1999.

The Buffalo Bills schedule is loaded in 2013 with attractive matchups, starting with division games against the Patriots, Jets and Dolphins. Buffalo also entertains Carolina, the Super Bowl-champion Ravens, Cincinnati, Kansas City and Atlanta. The Bills have not finished .500 or better since 2004, but optimism is high that Marrone will turn things around quickly.

Buy Bills tickets and see the most entertaining playmaker in football, C.J. Spiller. Marrone plans to use Spiller in all situations this season, ending a trend where he had been under-utilized. For once, Spiller might be used in goal-line situations. He deserves the chance after averaging a whopping six yards per carry last season. Buffalo Bills tickets are your opportunity to see Spiller make a run at an MVP award.

The Bills are trying to bring back the glory days of Jim Kelly and Andre Reed, and in Marrone they have a coach who can do it. He proved it by tearing up big-time college football, and his innovative playbook will be tough to prepare for in the NFL. Buy your Buffalo Bills tickets now!


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Buffalo Bills tickets put you in a live-studio offense for the real T.O. If you haven't heard, Terrell Owens has his own reality series now, on VH1. It's awful, but you can bet your Buffalo Bills tickets, Owens won't be awful on the field of historic Ralph Wilson Stadium, one of the most storied venues in the NFL. From the days of O.J. Simpson, pre-murderous scandal, to the run-n-shoot with Jim Kelly, Andre Reed, Thurman Thomas and sack-master Bruce Smith, Buffalo Bills tickets have always been of the most popular NFL ticket on the market. Fans bundle up, brave the windy, chilly Buffalo weather and cheer the Bills on with all their might, to keep warm and express their passion for their heroes. Their newest hero is Owens, who put a bolt of excitement into Bills tickets as soon as he arrived in Buffalo from Dallas. Some says the perennial All-Pro receiver is past his prime. T.O's out to prove otherwise. Buffalo's improved offense features a lot more weapons than just Owens. Speaking of being in your prime, third-year quarterback Trent Edwards is reaching his. Selected out of Stanford, Edwards has the smarts and the arm to take Buffalo Bills tickets to a new level. We're talking Super Bowl and playoffs, that's how much potential he has, especially with the addition of Owens. Don't forget about running back Marshawn Lynch. If this guy can stay out of trouble, he's one of the best in the business. Quick, powerful and versatile, Lynch is a budding superstar. That threesome of Edwards, Owens and Lynch reminds a lot longtime Buffalo Bills ticket holders of the glory years at Ralph Wilson Stadium. It was a time when Bills tickets were the hottest tickets in the Northeast. People loved Kelly and the Bills' run-and-shoot attack. And why not? Led by Hall of Fame coach Marv Levy, the Bills went to three straight Super Bowls in the 1990s. They'd come up short in each one, but the ride was unbelievable and something Bills ticket holders are hoping to relive with the team's current cast.



2008 Buffalo Bills Tickets

Jumpstart your NFL experience with Buffalo Bills tickets from ABCTickets.com.
The Bills have been in rebuilding mode for the past couple of seasons, but the foundation has been laid. Now, Buffalo Bills ticket holders can look forward to seeing the finished product take on the rest of the National Football League.
Head coach Dick Jauron is entering his third season with the Bills and has visions of returning this historic franchise to its rightful place atop the AFC. It’s simply been too long since the Bills reached the playoffs.

2008 Buffalo Bills Tickets: Offensive Preview
The Bills will be relying heavily on second-year running back Marshawn Lynch, who had a banner rookie campaign. He rushed for more than 1,115 yards and seven touchdowns. Buffalo certainly believes that was only the beginning of a brilliant career for Lynch. That’s good news for Bills ticket holders, who really haven’t had a game-breaking running back since Thurman Thomas was avoiding defenders at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Jauron is planning on turning the offense over to second-year quarterback Trent Edwards. Out of Stanford, Edwards looked poised at times during his rookie seasons, but he also showed sings of inexperience. With a year under his belt, Edwards is hoping to improve on his numbers and solidify himself as a solid starter in the NFL.
Speedster Lee Evans will be Edwards’ top target, but Bills ticket holders also will be keeping an eye on rookie James Hardy. The Bills selected Hardy out of Indiana in the second round. Hardy’s a big target and will be solid compliment to the speed of Evans.

2008 Buffalo Bills Tickets: Defensive Preview
Defensively, the Bills added a mammoth run-stopper in defensive tackle Marcus Stroud from Jacksonville. Stroud teamed up with John Henderson to help the Jaguars' develop into one of the toughest run defense in the league. Bills ticket holders are hoping Stroud can bring that kind of dominance to Ralph Wilson Stadium.
Buffalo also improved it’s already talented secondary, with the addition Troy State cornerback Leodis McKelvin. The Bills nabbed the playmaking corner in the first round and have high hopes. At Troy State, McKelvin was not only solid in coverage, but he was also a dynamic kick returner.

Top 10 Reasons to Buy Buffalo Bills Tickets

10. Surprise of the 2007 NFL Season: While not overloaded with big-name talent, the Buffalo Bills could be one of the biggest surprises of the NFL season. Will you be at the Ralph to experience it?

9. Ralph Wilson Stadium tickets: One of the most historic stadiums in the NFL, venerable Ralph Wilson Stadium has played host to tons of memorable football games. That certainly will continue this year.

8. Buffalo Wings: You simply can’t pick out Buffalo Bills tickets without thinking about those tasty little chicken wings dipped in that delicious spicy, tangy sauce. It’s the perfect combination: Buffalo wings and 2007 Buffalo Bills football tickets.

7. 2007 Buffalo Bills Schedule: Check out the Bills schedule. It’s completely loaded with big-time games, highlighted by the season opener against AFC powerhouse Denver.
Broncos-Bills tickets certainly will be hot commodities around Buffalo.

6. Paul Posluszny: After sending veteran linebacker Takeo Spikes to Philadelphia, the Bills chose his successor in Penn State’s Paul Posluszny.

5. Backfield by committee: The Bills said goodbye to the talented but unreliable Willis McGahee, leaving a large void in the backfield. The “A-Train,” Anthony Thomas is the most experienced returning rusher, but he’ll have to share playing time with the Bills’ first-round pick.

4. Marshawn Lynch: The Bills snatched up the explosive Marshawn Lynch out of California with the 12th pick in the first round of the NFL Draft.

3. J.P. Losman: The third-year quarterback out of Tulane showed signs of progress last year. He completed 63.5 percent of his attempts and threw for 19 touchdowns. But Losman needs to take that next step and punch the Bills’ ticket to the NFL Playoffs. In order to due so, he’ll need to cut down on his 14 interceptions.

2. Lee Evans: After plodding through two so-so seasons to begin his tenure in the NFL, Evans exploded for a career year in 2006. The burner out of Wisconsin torched defenses for 1,292 yards, averaging nearly 16 yards per reception. Buffalo Bills ticket holders are expecting bigger and better things from Evans in 2007.

1. Losman-to-Evans: The Bills could have the next great quarterback-receiver tandem in their huddle. Losman hooked with Evans 82 times last season, leading to eight touchdowns.


Buffalo Bills tickets are going to give you something a bit different this year. The Bills who are usually a quiet off-season team, made a few rumbles this year that may just pay some dividends. Buffalo was in desperate need of improvement after managing only five wins last year and allowing a division-high 367 points in the AFC East. The Bills front office also knew that they had to plan for the future of their offense. If J.P. Losman was to be successful at quarterback, he was going to need some help on from his receivers.

New head coach Dick Jauron and staff made two key offseason acquisitions. First they went out and signed well-traveled wide receiver Peerless Price after trading an under producing and cap space stealing Eric Moulds for a fifth round pick. Price, who began his career in Buffalo, offers a speedy target for Losman down field, adding an explosive element to the team that was missing in years past.

Buffalo Bills tickets holders knew the team also had to solidify its running game. Willis McGahee had shown flashes of brilliance over last season but his lack of real consistency and durability questions gave cause for Buffalo brass to sign running back Anthony Thomas. The hope in Buffalo is that the competition will bring out the best in both backs and set the Bills up for a tandem backfield.

Despite all their struggles, loyal fans load up on Bills tickets and pack Ralph Wilson Stadium for every home game. Even though last year their squad more than often fell short, hope springs eternal via the NFL Draft. The defense was the key need heading into the draft as LB London Fletcher had to have help anchoring a successful defense in the high scoring AFC. To that end the Bills held on to the eighth overall pick in the draft and took Donte Whitner, strong safety out of Ohio State. Whitner has amazing range with a 40 inch vertical and 4.38 ‘40’ time that puts him in position to make plays. This addition alone should be a large step in improving the Bills defensive showing in 2006, a year that holds all the promises of potential and expectation for fans.

 

 

THIS PAST WEEK'S BUFFALO BILLS TICKETS
BUFFALO BILLS (7-8) TICKETS AT BALTIMORE RAVENS (12-3)
4 p.m. Sunday
M & T Bank Stadium

The Bills are a much better team in 2006. Until last week, Buffalo was a playoff contender. The improvement of J. P. Losman, the running of Willis McGahee, and the solid play of the defense are all good signs for Buffalo Bills ticket holders. Enjoy this one as the Bills put up a valiant but losing effort against a dominant Ravens team and dream of next year when Buffalo can be considered a legitimate playoff contender in the AFC.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Baltimore Ravens 24, Buffalo Bills 17
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 125-74)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Run Willie run as fantasy players should take Willis McGahee.

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THIS PAST WEEK'S BUFFALO BILLS TICKETS
TENNESEE TITANS (7-7) AT BUFFALO BILLS (7-7) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
The Coliseum

The surprising Bills will be looking to take another step toward the postseason when the visit Vince Young and Titans on Sunday. Led by quarterback J.P Losman and a fierce defense, the Bills have quietly put together a respectable campaign. But the Bills’ playoff dreams will come to end in Tennessee.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Tennessee 31, Buffalo 21
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Buffalo quarterback J.P Losman will be looking to test the Tennessee defense with wide out Lee Evans. Either is a good play on Sunday.

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PAST WEEK'S BUFFALO BILLS TICKETS
BUFFALO BILLS (5-7) TICKETS AT NEW YORK JETS (7-5)
4 p.m., Sunday
The Meadowlands

You have to love the Buffalo Bills. This is a team that just keeps losing but always loses well (if that’s possible) Really, no kidding. Yes the Bills are 5-7 but they are actually playing better than they have in years. Last week’s loss to a tough San Diego team proves the Bills can run with the big boys and look respectable. How long can it be before the Bills actually start winning some of these close contests? J.P Losman and Willis McGeHee are a good foundation for the future. The Jets will win of course but it’s not out of the picture for the Bills to pull off an upset.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Jets 28, Buffalo Bills 17
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Bills QB J. P Losman (Last week: Losman — 21 of 37, 184 yards, 2 TD)

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PAST WEEK'S BUFFALO BILLS TICKETS
SAN DIEGO (9-2) at BUFFALO BILLS (5-6) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Ralph Wilson Stadium

How about those Bills? Dick Jauron’s club just keeps finding ways to win. Last week, it was Rosco Parrish’s electrifying punt return that sparked the Bills to a win over the Jaguars. This week, quarterback J.P. Losman and the Bills will try to pull off their second straight upset when the red-hot San Diego Chargers come to town. Don’t expect too much out of this young group of Bills.
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Diego Chargers 35, Buffalo Bills 14
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Bills WR Lee Evans. (Last week: Evans — 5 catches, 58 yards)

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PAST WEEK'S BUFFALO BILLS TICKETS
BUFFALO BILLS TICKETS (3-6) AT HOUSTON TEXANS (3-6)
1 p.m., Sunday
Reliant Stadium

The Buffalo Bills had the perfect plan to stop Peyton Manning last week. Only a missed field goal stood between the Bills and a win. It was disappointing, but you have to think that these Bills are on the right track. A few plays here and there and Buffalo could be looking at a winning record. That’s quite a change from the past few years. This should be a good quality game between two of the NFL’s lesser powers. The Bills have been playing well and the Texans are coming off a win over Jacksonville. But at home, and with Buffalo depleted by injury and coming off a heartbreaking loss, you gotta go with the Texans right? It’s a pickem, but confidentially, we like the gutsy Bills.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Buffalo Bills 21, Houston 20
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Buffalo wide receiver Lee Evans (Last week: Evans — 5 catches, 70 yards)

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PAST WEEK'S BUFFALO BILLS (3-6) TICKETS
BUFFALO BILLS (3-6) AT HOUSTON TEXANS (3-6) TICKETS
1 pm, Sunday
Reliant Stadium

The Bills nearly pulled it out against the only undefeated team in the NFL last week. This week, they take on an opponent of slightly lesser quality. Despite the loss of running back Willis McGahee, the Bills were able to move the ball effectively with Anthony Thomas. The Texans may be coming off an impressive win over Jacksonville, but they aren't very good. To be honest, neither are the Bills, but they're better than the Texans.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Buffalo Bills 21, Houston Texans 14
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Ride the A-Train over Houston with RB Anthony Thomas. (Last week: Lee Evans, 5 catches for 70 yards)

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BUFFALO BILLS (3-5) AT INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (8-0) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
RCA Dome

The Bills showed some resiliency in last week’s win over Green Bay. Buffalo played the majority of the game without leading rusher Willis McGahee, who was injured early in the contest. The Bills’ young secondary stepped up though. Ko Simpson picked off a Brett Favre pass in the end zone to help seal the deal for the Bills. That secondary will be tested against this week against Peyton Manning and the Colts. Don’t expect the Bills to make a passing grade on this test.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Indianapolis 49, Buffalo 21
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Buffalo wide receiver Lee Evans (Last week: Evans — 2 catches, 58 yards, 1 TD)

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PAST WEEK'S BUFFALO BILLS TICKETS
GREEN BAY PACKERS AT BUFFALO BILLS TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Ralph Wilson Stadium

Yeah, yeah, yeah, the Bills got pasted by New England in Week 7. So what else is new? To be honest we’re not looking for a whole lot of wins from this crew. All we want is some competitive fire and a few games close enough to say “They’re almost there.” We think we’re getting it. The Bills have played well enough to win in most games this year. J.P Losman is still learning but getting better. Willis McGahee is a legitimate NFL running back that has to be respected. What else can you ask for? When the Bills learn to win consistently, a trip to Ralph Wilson Stadium won’t be such a lark anymore.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Buffalo Bills 20, Green Bay Packers 17
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 73-43)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Bills QB J.P. Losman (Last Week: Bills licked their wounds)

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PAST WEEK'S BUFFALO BILLS TICKETS
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS (4-1) AT BUFFALO BILLS (2-4) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Ralph Wilson Stadium

Just because you're a better team than you were last year, don't expect that to translate into wins in the NFL. While Buffalo is more competitive, they still haven't learned to ice anybody. That was evident last week when they fell to Detroit. Now they face the Patriots who won't give them the chance to get ahead. This is a good opportunity for Bills fans to see Tom Brady in action though.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New England Patriots 35, Buffalo Bills 17
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 60-31)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Willis McGahee (Last Week: Willis McGahee - 66 yards on 17 rushes)

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THIS PAST WEEKS BUFFALO BILLS TICKETS
New York Jets at Buffalo Bills
1 p.m., Sunday
Ralph Wilson Stadium


Buffalo Bills tickets are suddenly hot. The Bills put a whipping on the Dolphins last week and looked good doing it. Seven sacks from a Buffalo Bills defense? The Bills defense blocking punts? Looks like they’re for real. J.P Losman and Willis McGahee lead a suddenly respectable Buffalo Bills offense. Catch the Bills home opener in Ralph Wilson Stadium with Buffalo Bills tickets from ABCTickets.com.
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: New York Jets 24, Buffalo 20
(Last Week: 13-3/Season 33-9)

Fantasy football ticket to victory: Buffalo Bills running back Willis McGahee. (Last Week: Willis McGahee - 70 yards on 20 carries)

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