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Buffalo Bills 2014 News and Updates
4/17/14 - The Buffalo Bills were chosen to kick off the NFL season in the annual Hall of Fame Game Sunday, Aug 3 in Ohio. The Bills are pitted against the New York Giants a day before their former franchise player WR Andre Reed receives his induction. After playing the inaugural preseason match, the Buffalo Bills will take on their regular four-part slate of exhibition games. The Bills will handle their first two competitions on the road: Week 1 in Carolina against the Panthers and Week 2 in Pittsburgh against the Steelers. Buffalo returns home to host the Buccaneers in Week 3 and the Lions in Week 4 at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Buffalo Bills tickets for their Aug 28 preseason finale versus Detroit offers a get-in price of $10.
2/13/14 – Last season, the Buffalo Bills (6-10) finished dead last in the AFC East despite an impressive defensive line that included three defenders with ten sacks or more (a first in franchise history). After Mike Pettine took the Cleveland Browns head coaching position, the Bills hired former Detroit Lions coach, Jim Schwartz to run the defense. On the offensive side of things, Buffalo hired former Jets WR Rob Moore as their wide receivers coach. Bills fans will not only witness new changes to the roster and coaching staff, they’ll also experience a few renovations when they return to Ralph Wilson Stadium in 2014. Will the Bills have a breakout year and make the playoffs for the first time since 1999?
12/17/13 - The Buffalo Bills’ EJ Manuel bounced back from the worst game of his season, to play the best of his career against the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. Though both teams were eliminated from playoffs on account of Miami’s win last week, Buffalo’s rookie QB displayed composure and inspired much optimism for his next season: Manuel threw for 2 TDs and ran for another, for 230 all-purpose yards in the 27-20 victory. Next week, the Bills will host the rising Dolphins, with hopes of knocking them right out of the playoff picture. Buffalo Bills tickets are cheap, at just $10 to see them thwart the visiting Miami Dolphins on Sunday afternoon.
12/10/13 - The faithful Buffalo fans were supportive all morning, but the Bills only showed up to play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at halftime, and by then it was too late to comeback from the monstrous first half deficit that left them in defeat, at 27-6. EJ Manuel struggled to put up any points but the defense allowed the Bucs to tear up the field without contention, including rookie Bobby Rainey’s highlight-reel rush. Now, Buffalo finds themselves among a number of 4-9 teams gunning for improvement, and the opportunity to do so presents itself next Sunday when they take on the Jacksonville Jaguars. Buffalo Bills tickets are among the cheapest of the week, at just $58 on average back in the Sunshine State.
12/3/13- The Buffalo Bills suffered a heart-wrenching overtime loss to the Atlanta Falcons during their annual game held in Toronto, Canada (34-31). Buffalo wasted a 14-0 lead, CJ Spiller’s season-best performance and Fred Jackson’s 2 TDs, by losing the ball on their last two possessions, allowing the Falcons to gain field goal position and kick the game-winning score. Though Buffalo must now dash postseason dreams and play just for pride for the remainder of the season, the Buffalo faithful will follow them wherever they go, even across borders! The Bills are pitted against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday in Florida; tickets are the second cheapest of the week, at $91 on average.
11/26/13 - The Buffalo Bills will emerge from their bye week well rested and hyped to play the flailing Atlanta Falcons for a chance to keep postseason hope alive. While on their break, the Bills gained a half-game lead in their division, and last week they annihilated Geno Smith and the New York Jets, 14-37. Don’t count on this team to slow down any time soon: the playoff race has gotten tighter and tighter in the AFC, and the Bills are just one game out of the No. 6 seed spot! Score some club seats at Rogers Centre this weekend—they’re heated and will keep you warm while other fans are freezing around the country watching their favorites this winter season! Buffalo Bills tickets are moderately priced at $144 on average and $48 at the lowest.
11/19/13- The Buffalo Bills crushed the New York Jets on Sunday with a convincing 37-14 victory. In the battle of rookie QBs, Buffalo halted their three game losing streak with the return of EJ Manuel, while Geno Smith led the Jets to a predictable loss (judging by their win-lose record). After playing his best game of the season, Manuel will hope to ride the momentum and sweep the remainder of the Bill’s schedule for a realistic playoff bid, as their schedule presents many winnable games (Buccaneers, Jaguars, Dolphins, etc.). The Bills are heading into their bye, to rest up their hurting offensive weapons, and will come back Dec 1 to host the Atlanta Falcons.
11/12/13 - The Buffalo Bills have put their playoff potential in serious jeopardy with their most recent loss to the Steelers on Sunday, 10-23. But the boys aren’t throwing in the towel just yet, as their starting quarterback EJ Manuel is back in action! Though he played a less than stellar game against Pittsburgh, the rookie will get help from star running backs C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson on the ground. See if Manuel gets his groove back in Week 11 when they host the New York Jets: tickets are feasible, at $34 to get in and $88 on average.
11/5/13 - The Buffalo Bills were denied victory by the still unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, falling 23-13. Despite leading at the half and outgaining the opposition 470 yards to 210 (attributed by C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson), the Bills created too many turnovers, including a 100-yard pick six by Sean Smith, and dropped to 3-6. Good news for Bills fans comes in the form of starting QB EJ Manuel, who announced his return to practice this week; coach Marrone has yet to determine whether the rookie is healthy enough from his LCL injury to be in position to play. Matt Flynn was released after the return of Manuel, while other backup QB Thad Lewis was sidelined with bruised ribs, and third string rookie Jeff Tuel made a shaky first start against the Chiefs. Next week, the Bills play the flailing Pittsburgh Steelers at Heinz Field; tickets are a reasonable $28 to get in.
10/29/13 - Despite an early lead, the Buffalo Bills were outdone by the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, who ran away with a 35-17 victory. In his third start, Thad Lewis did not have his best outing, with 4 sacks and 3 turnovers, though he did manage to finish with 234 yards. Against a tough opponent, the Bills showed great resiliency and heart, and will presumably carry their never-die spirit into Week 9 when they face the forbidding Kansas City Chiefs. The Bills will attempt to snap KC’s perfect season, with the help of Mario Williams, one of the best pass rushers in the game. Buffalo Bills tickets are $101 on average.
10/22/13 - Despite being 4th in the AFC East, the Buffalo Bills have certainly upped the ante, with their triumph over worthy opponents, the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. The final score of 23-21 was guided by young third-string quarterback Thad Lewis, who persevered on the field after blowing an early 14-point lead: he kept Buffalo in the game before securing a winning field goal late in the fourth quarter, by none other than Dan Carpenter, a released former Dolphins kicker. Lewis was sacked four times and threw an interception, but in his second start, he finished with 202 yards. The Bills had just 90 yards rushing, from Fred Jackson (knee) and CJ Spiller (ankle) who will need rest before Buffalo’s biggest challenge yet. Next week, the Bills will face Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints. Buffalo Bills tickets at Mercedes-Benz Superdome next Sunday are one of the hottest games of the week, at $246 on average.
10/16/13 - The Buffalo Bills fell short of their exciting fourth quarter rally to defeat the Cincinnati Bengals, who came out on top, 27-24, in overtime. Despite the loss, there was admirable play by former practice squad quarterback Thaddeus Lewis (in for injured EJ Manuel) who knocked a 40-yard pass to Marquise Goodwin that got the crowd roaring and tied the game in the fourth quarter with a minute remaining, but the Bills were unable to hold the Bengals off in overtime. Unfortunately, it surfaced that Thad suffered a foot injury from the Week 6 match up, and the Bills have now signed Matt Flynn to the roster, as Lewis’ condition is day-to-day. Flynn will be the ninth QB to have taken a practice snap in the unbelievably injury-prone QB position the Bills have had to deal with this season. The Buffalo Bills have a crucial divisional face off in Week 7 when they visit the Miami Dolphins; tickets start at $30 and average $112.
10/8/13 - The Buffalo Bills not only lost their game on Thursday to the Cleveland Browns, but they also lost starting quarterback EJ Manuel to a LCL sprain in the process. With a final score of 24-37, Manuel went down in a third quarter effort to scramble the ball up the field against a team who also lost their promising quarterback, Brian Hoyer. The Bills are now in dire straits, as they will start Thad Lewis in a Week 6 matchup opposite the Cincinnati Bengals. Head coach Doug Marrone determined unsigned rookie Jeff Tuel’s 8-20 passing performance with a game obliterating pick-6 on Thursday night would not be enough to best the Bengals, hot off the heels of their victory over the Patriots. Buffalo Bills tickets are the third lowest of the week, averaging at $115 when they host Cincinnati on Sunday.
10/1/13 - The Buffalo Bills are 2-2 coming off their Week 4 victory over the Baltimore Ravens 23-20. Baltimore’s Joe Flacco threw five interceptions, and rookie quarterback EJ Manuel is getting in the swing of things, connecting a 42-yard touchdown pass to Robert Woods. Integral running backs C.J. Spiller sustained a sprained ankle, and Fred Jackson a sprained MCL, leaving a hole in their offense, with a number of others injured, including cornerback Aaron Williams. Perhaps one of the teams with the most injuries thus far, the Bills are showing great resiliency. Without a full week to recover, the Bills will be nursing their numerous wounded players best they can, as they are set to play the surprisingly thriving Cleveland Browns team on the road this Thursday. Looking to travel to Cleveland this week to support the Bills? Tickets at FirstEnergy Stadium for Week 5 start at $32 and average $86.
9/25/13 - After a trying comeback, the Buffalo Bills’ efforts fell short when they came up 20-27 in their defeat by the New York Jets. EJ Manuel and CJ Spiller have yet to find their groove together, as the rookie quarterback is having trouble connecting downfield throws. Things still look promising for Buffalo, with rookie linebacker, Kiko Alonso on deck. Alonso is contributing huge numbers on defense and will be coming into Week 4 with 27 tackles, 2 forced fumbles and 2 interceptions. The Buffalo Bills will be sure to put up a virtuous fight at home to play the Ravens in New York on Sunday. The average ticket price for a seat at Orchard Park is averaging at $101.
Buffalo Bills 2014 Season
After going 6-10 last season and missing the NFL Playoffs
, the Bills made some major changes for 2013. Gone are general manager Buddy Nix, coach Chan Gailey, and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. New coach Doug Marrone must decide between veteran Kevin Kolb and surprise first round pick EJ Manuel as his starting quarterback. Whichever quarterback wins out, he will be boosted by returning receiver Stevie Johnson and rookies Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin. The defense, which was highly touted coming into last season, should make improvements around star defensive end Mario Williams. The average price for Bills tickets for a regular season game at home this season is $128. This puts them at 27th most expensive in the league and 32% below league average.
The Bills open the regular season against the defending AFC Champion New England Patriots. The Week 1 matchup on the 2103 Bills schedule, with Patriots vs. Bills tickets averaging $158, is the most expensive game at Ralph Wilson Stadium this season. When the Bills travel to New England to end the regular season in Week 17, tickets are more than twice as expensive. The Bills also play a home game in Toronto at the Rodgers Center in Week 13 against the Atlanta Falcons, with an average Falcons vs. Bills tickets price of $211. Another schedule highlight is the Bills’ Week 4 game against the Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens, which is averaging $146 for Ravens vs. Bills tickets. The least expensive Bills home game is their Week 9 matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs, with an average price of $109.