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Buffalo Bills 2014
Who can predict the fate of the Buffalo Bills in 2014? Each new NFL season brings fresh names and big surprises to a conference that’s geared for offense and lighting up the scoreboard.
NFL tickets are the biggest ticket in sports and Frontrow.com has all the Buffalo Bills tickets you need to slake your thirst for football action. The Buffalo Bills simply blows away the competition when it comes to game time excitement. The Buffalo Bills is the fastest growing and biggest NFL sport in the country and every day gets new fans. That means big time competition for NFL tickets, especially those hotly contested Monday Nigh Football games, the NFL Playoffs, and of course the Super Bowl. The next time your teams hottest rival comes to town, think Buffalo Bills tickets from Frontrow.com.
If you enjoy the winds of change then Buffalo Bills tickets should fit you well. Dumping their head coach mid-season in 2009 the Bills struck off in a new direction for 2010 hiring former Cowboys Head Coach Chan Gailey . It was a move designed to bolster the Bills’ offense and Gailey has the rep of an offensive guru. The trick will be finding a consistent quarterback to manage the game NFL quality receivers to be on the other end. Gailey like to pound the football to open up the passing game so fans should be ready for heavy doses of the running game. Changes on the defensive side include a switch to a 3-4. Long suffering Bills ticket holders may now be seeing a gleam of light at the end of the tunnel.
The Buffalo Bills finished near the bottom of the NFL last season so there’s plenty of room for improvement. It starts at quarterback. Competing for the job will be Ryan Fitzpatrick, Trent Edwards, and Brian Brohm. While Fitzpatrick has the big arm his on-field decisions have been poor. Edwards suffered a concussion last season but if he regains some confidence he should be considered the frontrunner. Brohm is a project but he will be given the chance to compete. Perhaps an even stiffer challenge is at wide receiver where the Bills really need both Lee Evans and James Hardy to step up after T.O. was allowed to leave. Since things are wide open, even 4th Round pick Marcus Easley could step up. In the ground game Fred Jackson could be in for a big year. He gained over 1,000 yards last season and with Marshawn Lynch facing a three game vacation; Jackson could cement a starting position with a good performance. Bills ticket holders are hoping to be thrilled with the selection of C.J. Spiller, an explosive and exciting running back out of Clemson.
On defense it’s a little simpler for the Bills. New D-coordinator George Edwards will transition to a 3-4 defense. He’ll also be banking on a very good pass defense that finished second in the NFL last season until he can find a defensive line mix that works. Look for Edwards to start building that defensive line around nose tackle Kyle Williams but 2nd Round pick Torrell Troup could push for a starting job. Marcus Stroud is capable and the Bills brought in former Raven Dwan Edwards to play end. It’s a work in progress and eventually Bills ticket holders should be happy with the results.
In a season of building every game can be crucial, every contest a measuring stick for progress. Bills tickets should start to pay dividends in that regard from Game 1 as the Miami Dolphins come to open the season in Ralph Wilson Stadium. Buffalo will also see the New York jets, Pittsburgh Steelers, and New England Patriots come to call. Striving to reach the top of the AFC East, Chan Gailey has his work cut out for him. But when the winds of change hit an NFL team it usually blows pretty hard. Enjoy the breeze with Buffalo Bills tickets.
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Curse of the Buffalo Bills
The “curse” of the Buffalo Bills is not football legend. The curse is what rises from the bleachers as the Bills remain the Bills and in true Bills’ reputation lose and lose and lose. It is saving to blame a “curse”. The McKinley Curse, the O.J. Curse, they traded the Braves Curse, and the list goes along these lines in a paranormal way to try to explain away what is going on in Orchard Park.
Curses have been clung to by fans as tenaciously as the ultimate trophy would be, if ever they could touch the game’s grand prize. The press can turn a phrase into a franchise legend of failed dreams and season after season disappointments, but the press doesn’t cause a curse or keep one going. William McKinley shot, O.J. Simpson turned criminal, or a basketball team who needs to move to survive does not a curse make. A curse keeps bad teams filling some seats. Curses sell and curses keep hopes alive well after teams die. The Buffalo Bills do not have to die. They have spent too many seasons doing just that. The Bills do not need to cling to the Curse Conspiracy either. The Bills need to become the Un-Bills.
The Red Sox did it. The conservative Boston baseball team grew hair, long beautiful hair. The team stepped away from the northeastern conservative mold to re-shape, re-group, and realize a curse is an excuse. The Sox finally came to play ball and played it with the passion and the love for the game too few high-paid players know how to play in most sports. Buffalo needs to study Red Sox behavior. Buffalo needs to come to play ball instead of insisting a player “play ball” the Western New York way.
Western New York is no less conservative than Boston. The area does it to you. Think about the Bills’ years of Cookie Gilchrist, O.J., Stew Barber, Jim Kelly, and a list can (and has) been compiled of great players who came and went in Western New York. The “Curse” is, very good and some great players are reduced to mediocre. Not always in stats. Impressive performances and memorable seasons have given rise to hope in the Buffalo fan. The very good and great players have been reduced to coach and owner conservatism. Big names and big games have presented in Buffalo. Buffalo has been ripe and ready for the ultimate victory. However, when the big name comes to own the town, they instead become the town due to the coach and owner conservative credo and the Bills continue to lose
Lebron, in Buffalo, would hear, “We don’t throw talcum in Buffalo.” Damon would have had to cut his hair, and Sir Charles would have had to hold his tongue. The coaches of the Bills and the owner do not want to win the Super Bowl. They hope to win the Super Bowl. They will be quite pleased to win the Super Bowl, but they don’t want to win it. They continue to put the players in place to win. Impressive, superstar status players who can carry teams, and Super Bowls, but until the front office and the front sideline decision makers want to win with winners, they will continue to lose. Players have come to win. Players are not permitted to win. Namath could not have led the Bills to the trophy. Bradshaw, Montana, Csonka and put a list together, could not win in Buffalo, unless Buffalo were to allow them to be Namath, Csonka, etc.
The fans want to win. They will cling to a “Curse” and they will continue to curse until they win. They will come out in knee deep snow and sub-zero weather; they will crowd against television sets; they will drink cheap can beer; they will plead with the football gods in reverent profanity to win, because the Bills’ fans want to win. The fans know how to win. They know that the conservative New Yorkian mentality keeps them in Buffalo in the winter long after others have gone south for good. They know the same mentality keeps very good and great players from being the longed for “Curse “ breaker. The Buffalo fan will hold onto the Bills with hope that someone will take the Bills from the hands of the coaches and the owner and will turn them like the Red Sox were turned.
The road to winning the Super Bowl for the Buffalo Bills is not necessarily a long and winding road. It is one with obvious signs pointing the way. Sign one: hire a coach who wants to win and knows how to coach players who are very good and great on the field, off the field and in the press and don’t change who or what they are to fit the mold growing along Lake Erie. Sign two: Ralph Wilson detour. Take another direction.
The Buffalo Bills need to become the Un-Bills for at least one season. Their very good and great players must become Un-Bills. Bills-like behavior cannot be tolerated on the field and off. The front office and the sideline decision makers need to step aside to let the town that put hot wings on the map put their hot shots on the field to strut their hot stuff before the cold wind blowing across the lake from Canada whistles through empty seats in Orchid Park.
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