Since their Founding in 1918 the Buffalo Bills, having played under various names until 1947,
have residents, fans and anyone in possession of Buffalo
Bills tickets the chance to enjoy the thrill of the game. The team has a long and storied
history, starting six decades ago when the Bills treated fans to two consecutive
AFL titles, in 1964 and 1965. The Bills hold the honor of being the only team
to ever advance to four consecutive Super Bowls, a feat that has been unmatched by
any other team in the sport. Despite suffering a slump through most latter half of the 1990's and 2000's ,
Buffalo Bills tickets are still a sought after commodity for die hard fans and local
residents. Today, under general manager Buddy Nix, and head
coach Chan Gaily, the team is trying to reverse its fortunes and make the playoffs for the first time in a decade.
Recently, there has been a decline in Bills home game attendance. While such obstacles have
not been sufficient to keep long time holders of Buffalo Bills tickets from cheering on
their team despite the distinction of being the only NFL team yet to make the playoffs
in the new century, it has made their future somewhat uncertain. Competition for the
franchise has raised doubt about what may be in store for the team and for Bills fans
alike. However, the chance to see a home game is still a significant draw for fans to brave
the weather in order to support the Bills.
Buffalo Bills tickets grant access to Ralph Wilson Stadium,
formerly known as Rich Stadium. The stadium, known to fans as "The Ralph", opened for its first
season in 1973m offering an open air design and a seating capacity just over 80,000.
Capacity was reduced in 1998 when renovations to the stadium upgraded the facility
to accommodate larger and more comfortable seats, as well as an increase in
luxury and club level seating for those who have purchased Buffalo Bills tickets.
The stadium has long been known for signature winds blowing in from lake Eerie and
being amplified by the design and layout of the stadium. These winds have contributed
to the stadium's reputation as offering a difficult time for kickers on the field.
Billy Buffalo, the team's mascot, leads fans and holders of Buffalo Bills tickets in their
efforts to cheer on the Bills. Fans of the team include ESPN announcer Chris Berman
whose catchphrase of "No one circles the wagons like the Buffalo Bills!" has given fans
reason to cheer. Today, fans and holders of Buffalo Bills tickets are able to don their
blue, red, and white and visit Ralph Wilson Stadium to lend their support to the team.
Despite difficulties in the past decade and an uncertain future, the team still enjoys the
unshakable support in its core fanbase. For a small cost, Buffalo Bills
tickets offer fans and local residents a chance to join Billy Buffalo in supporting
their team and enjoying all of the excitement and thrills that can be found by taking in a
home game in Ralph Wilson Stadium.
12-4-12: Tied for second place in most divisions would be a good thing, but not so much in the AFC East. With a 5-7 record and the NFL’s worst rushing defense the Bills have found it tough to find wins. Coming off a win against Jacksonville, the Bills will look to make it two straight this week against the St. Louis Rams.