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Buffalo Bills Ticket Information

Dating back since before the creation on the NFL, the Buffalo Bills are a team that boasts a lengthy history, dedicated fanbase, and plenty of upcoming talent. If you ever find yourself in the Buffalo-Niagara Falls area, be sure to see the Bills live and in action at New Era Field. Be sure to catch the Bills play their most notorious rival, the Miami Dolphins, for an extremely intense matchup. The two teams play twice during the regular season and have met four times in the NFL playoffs. Tickets for Bills games sell out fast, so be sure to get yours here before they sell out!

Buffalo Bills Team History

The Bills began play as an original franchise of the American Football League (AFL) in 1960 and joined the NFL during the 1970 season. The Bills are the only team to win four consecutive conference championships and the only to lose four consecutive Super Bowl games. The team was owned by Ralph Wilson from their founding in 1960, until his death in 2014 at age 95. After his death, ownership was transferred to Terry and Kim Pegula, who currently possess the team. The Bills formerly had the longest active playoff droughts in any of the four major professional sports in North America: not qualifying for the playoffs from 1999 to 2017.

Buffalo Bills Today

The Buffalo Bills completed their 58th season in 2017, the team’s first under the leadership of new manager Brandon Beane and head coach Sean McDermott. On December 31, the final week of the regular season, the Bills finally ended their 18-year playoff drought with a 22-16 win over the Miami Dolphins and the Cincinnati Bengals, upsetting the Baltimore Ravens 31-27. The Bills also improved on their 7-9 record from 2016 and clinched their first winning season since 2014. However, the Bills lost the wild card game against the Jacksonville Jaguars 3-10, extending their playoff victory drought to 22 years. However, fans remain hopeful that the Bills will continue to improve during the 2018 season after proving their strength as a team last year.

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