The future of the Bills

There has been no shortage of talk lately of the future of the Buffalo Bills franchise. Ralph Wilson already looks dead, and when he does actually pass away the team will go up for sale. After the recent agreement of NFL owners to allow the Bills to play some games in Toronto and the comments of Wilson about the declining population of the city of Buffalo, many speculate that the team could permanently move across the border.

Today Profootballtalk.com weighed in with the following, after local billionaire Tom Golisano indicated he’d try and keep the team local:

Either way, it’s great news for Bills fans. The best-case scenario is that the team will stay where it is. Worst-case? A short move to Toronto. Seemingly out of the question is a cross-country trek to Los Angeles.

I’d like to point out that the “worst-case” is still pretty bad. Buffalo is a blue-collar town and those folks that go to games aren’t wealthy. If the team moved to Toronto, ticket prices would skyrocket. Ever try to get tickets to the Maple Leafs game? They are outrageous. Having the team move permanently to Toronto would be awful for western new yorkers, even if it is better than California.

3 Responses to “The future of the Bills”

  1. ventolin no prescription Says:

    ventolin no prescription

    SportsDork.com » Blog Archive » The future of the Bills — Philadelphia Eagles Rumors, Commentary, News. NFL Rumors, News. Videogame News.


  2. tadalafil Says:

    tadalafil

    SportsDork.com » Blog Archive » The future of the Bills — Philadelphia Eagles Rumors, Commentary, News. NFL Rumors, News. Videogame News.


  3. naltrexone otc Says:

    naltrexone otc

    SportsDork.com » Blog Archive » The future of the Bills — Philadelphia Eagles Rumors, Commentary, News. NFL Rumors, News. Videogame News.


Leave a Reply

XHTML: You can use these tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>