The Bills will win the Super Bowl in the very first year they move to Toronto. They will fill Rogers Center and become one of the most powerful franchises in the NFL. Toronto is the fifth largest North American English speaking area and many thousands of the city's residents are currently Bills' season ticketholders . The move is expected to happen shortly after Ralph Wilson's death. The Bills' founder and owner is 93.
By the time they do they will no longer be the Buffalo Bills.
I love this answer as I was thinking the same thing.
People that hurts! I no longer live there but still root for them faithfully. That would make us feel the same way the Cleveland Browns did when Baltimore won their Super Bowl.
by William Gibstat 4 years ago
Where is the best place to watch a Buffalo Bills game in Toronto?I am heading to Toronto later this year and I am looking for a place to watch the game. There aren't any official Bills Backers bars in Toronto, but are there any unofficial ones? Are Bills games normally on TV in Toronto? Or is a bar...
by mosaicman 7 years ago
I am a huge Buffalo Bills fan. I saw a book commemorating their 50th Anniversay. Seeing the book brought this question to my mind. It's tough but I think the five greatest Bills are:1. Jim Kelly2. Bruce Smith3. OJ Simpson4. Thurman Thomas5. Jack Kemp
by Michael Willis 7 years ago
No Peyton Manning. Cam Newton, until today's game anyways, looked like Tom Brady, who...looked Not like Tom Brady today-4 interceptions in one game. A number he had ALL of last season.The Buffalo Bills pulled the rabbit out of a hat today to come from a 21-0 deficit and beat the New England...
by Road Trip Amy 8 years ago
Who do you think will finish this season as the worst team in the NFL?As an Eagles fan of many years, I'm dismayed by their prospects this year (at this very moment, they are struggling to beat the Lions. The Lions! Bleh. Anyway, I'm hoping some other team (e.g., Oakland or the...
by Jackson Lewis 4 years ago
Can the Bills finally put together a good season after 15 years of heartache and sorrow? Where are the Bills of the '90s?
by Jack Hazen 6 years ago
I'm going with the New York teams this week in some minor upsets.Buffalo over New England. I love to see Brady and Belicheat lose. At Buffalo, a 4-point dog. If ever the Bills are to make a move on the Patriots, this is it. The Bills would go 2 games up over the Patriots with a win. New York Jets...
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