Of the contestants involved in the six games this weekend, in addition to the two top teams that earned byes, none of the 14 NFL playoff participants are the New York Giants. No surprise at this point to Big Blue fans, many who went into the season with so much hope only to have it evaporate week by week. The root of the problem general manager Dave Gettleman and his young unproven Coach Joe Judge were sent packing a few days ago. However, some former Giants players are still enjoying the excitement of the postseason tournament.
Davis ran the ball 8 times for 42 yards and a touchdown. 5 yards per carry and he got into the end zone? That's a pretty good day, except when your team loses and begins to fade once again from the playoff picture. The Bills beat the Falcons 29-15 and Atlanta dropped to 7-9. Along with the loss, Davis had to eat some, well, fine tasting crow this weekend.
Get ready Bills Mafia. You have proven time and time again that Buffalo Bills fans are the best fans in the NFL. For the second year in a row, they have decided to put the billboard that they won for being the best outside of Gillette Stadium where they will go head to head for the AFC East with the New England Patriots this weekend.
There were several questionable calls by officials towards the end of the Buffalo Bills vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers game on Sunday. Enough to rile up a fanbase for a while. Some would stew but others get creative. Their team may not be winning as much as they would like but the Buffalo Bills fanbase, known as the 'Bills Mafia' is at it again with one of their fundraising initiatives, with an emphasis on the first 3 letters, 'fun.'
I laugh when people say that 'the Capital Region is a bad sports town.' Really? When people say that I sometimes feel that they are trying to find something wrong with everything. If you feel like I do, it's time to look at the facts. This is actually a pretty good sports 'town.'
The Buffalo Bills are currently the best team in the AFC, maybe even in the NFL, according to some. The one thing that the Bills want is a new home. As reported on 104.5 The Team, over the past several months, the Buffalo NFL franchise has been negotiating with the State of New York and Erie County on who will pay for how much of the new facility and how much will be levied on the taxpayers.
This casting call is for a variety of Buffalo Bills fans. They were looking for a fan with a Josh Allen tattoo, a family of Bills fans, ultimate Bills Mafia fans, and parent/kid fan duos. I signed us up for the parent/kid duo. My son Ryan is a die-hard Buffalo Bills fan and I am all in with him. We all came up with a concept and we submitted this video.
The Buffalo Bills fans are preparing to return to Highmark Stadium in full force on September 12th to see their beloved team take on the Pittsburgh Steelers at 1pm. The Bills Mafia is stacking up on tables to dive on, in celebration of the 2021 season. Josh Allen personifies the bright future of this NFL powerhouse. However, every minute it becomes more apparent that things are not so good with the "house" that the Buffalo Bills play in. Today, the team made it a little more "official" that "will not" play in Highmark stadium much longer.
Say it ain't so Buffalo! According to a report by ESPN Senior Writer, Seth Wickersham, quoting an unnamed Buffalo Bills ownership source, said, "an ownership source tells me that Austin is a possible destination—or threat—as one of the “other cities elsewhere that desire an NFL franchise and would pay handsomely for it.” That is not good news for Buffalo Bills fans as they prepare for their team to compete for a Super Bowl Championship this season.
Girls across New York State will now have the opportunity to play football for their school. A pilot program has been created to add another spring sport for girls in our public high schools. They are going to offer a girls' flag football season starting in 2022 selecting a few "Sections" throughout New York state. Section II is included. It will be supported by the region's NFL teams.
Monday night, New York Mets first baseman Pete Alonso had just hit his 18th home run of the season. He was rounding 3rd base and as he faced his teammates in the dugout he began to do an imitation of a Pete Towsend guitar windmill. Alonso was indicating to his fellow Amazin's that they were rockin'. Pete Alonso likes to have fun and he's not afraid to show it. Following his second Home Run Derby Championship, the young first baseman is blossoming into a star. But is Pete Alonso one of the Top 5 Sports Stars in the Empire State, I don't think so. Let's take a look.
The Buffalo Bills are favored to be one of the best teams this upcoming season and training camp starts soon. Since COVID has made traveling to Rochester for training camp a thing of the past, the Buffalo Bills will be having open practices at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, NY. Bills Mafia get ready to check out a few practices for free.