Once again the Bills are having one of their home games at the Rogers Centre in Toronto, but by now it isn’t much of a talking point. Fans haven’t seen any progression into Canada and no further talks of moving the team to Toronto have taken place.
This makes you wonder, was this all apart of the plan in the first place or has the Bills Toronto series failed entirely? When the series was first announced it was said to be a move to strengthen the Bills ability to stay in Buffalo. By furthering the team’s footprint their would be more fans and more money coming in. However, many fans viewed this as a testing of the water. Toronto is a huge market, and the NFL has talked about going international for a while now.
If the series was a testing of the water, it hasn’t exactly been successful. The Rogers Centre has had some issues selling tickets with many being given away for free. That could be harmful for those in Toronto who hope the Bills move there in the future, because the evidence shows that they likely wouldn’t support the team enough to stay afloat.
So I’ll leave you with two final questions. Are you still mad that the Bills are losing a home game still (especially now that the Seahawks are actually a good opponent to go see) and do you believe that the Bills went into Toronto for the reasons they said they did?