Buffalo Bills Circling The Wagons: Undefeated


Sep 14, 2014; Orchard Park, NY, USA; A general view of Ralph Wilson Stadium before a game between the Buffalo Bills and the Miami Dolphins. Mandatory Credit: Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

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The Buffalo Bills just finished 130 million in renovations to Ralph Wilson Stadium. The NFL is saying that another renovation project will not get the stadium to where it needs to be for the modern feel that it would like the Bills stadium to have.  Governor Cuomo says that the current renovations done are good enough for the team.  [TWC]

The Buffalo Bills are 2-0 for the first time since 2011.  Back then, they had a 5-2 start to the season going into the bye week and fell flat on their face.  They went on to lose the next 8 of 9 and missed the playoffs again.  Are the Bills in a similar position.  Anyone that has a good start to the season, could end up this way.  It really comes down to the team and the character.  [Syracuse.com]

Michael Irvin and Deion Sanders have chimed in on the Bills 2-0 start to the season.  They have had their share of good and bad seasons and have won championships as well.  They both have good things to say about the Bills and where they are headed.  [Buffalo Bills]

The NFL has been in a downward spiral with recent incidents involving Ray Rice, Adrian Peterson, and the league office and their lack of knowledge or at least acknowledgement of their lack of knowledge involving either of these cases.  With the NFL working itself into their own hole they dug, the Buffalo Bills are working their way above it all and bringing a media presence that we haven’t seen since 2011.  [Niagara Gazette]

With a 2-0 start, the Bills are starting to see themselves on the other side of the coin when it comes to odds and predictions.  They will face off against the San Diego Chargers here at Ralph Wilson Stadium, and are currently 1 point favorites against the Chargers with an over/under of 44.0 for the game. [The Post Standard]