This is year three of the Bills' five-year deal with Toronto. The team is being paid $9.75 million per game for the eight-game series (five regular season, three preseason) that expires in the 2012 season. That’s $3 million more than what the Bills receive for a home game at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Not only is it a good financial deal for the Bills, but it has helped them increase ticket sales from fans in Southern Ontario. On the downside, the crowd can be fairly neutral and the game has generated little buzz in Toronto because it's no secret that the Bills aren’t very good.
This is year three of the Bills' five-year deal with To...
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