Buffalo Bills fans and Ralph Wilson Stadium ticket buyers are sensing a new phenomenon in the air around Upstate New York. It's called hope--something that hasn't been around those parts in large quantities since the 1990s. The Bills poached swaggering, brash head coach Rex Ryan from the New York Jets, and traded for superstar running back LeSean McCoy to pair with him. With big time locker room changes like those, Buffalo Bills tickets are sure to be a great get this coming year.
Getting out of the AFC East will be no easy task in 2015, as the Dolphins, Jets, and (obviously) Patriots all have sizable squads after a busy off-season. However, these Bills have a fighting chance, which is something and not nothing for a fan base that deserves some excitement.
Located in rustic Orchard Park on the outskirts of downtown Buffalo, Ralph Wilson isn't the flashiest of NFL stadiums but it's certainly one with the most genuine character. These fans have packed the joint despite a decade-plus of losing seasons, and despite cold wins coming off Lake Erie in the winter.
The stadium's newest feature is a state-of-the-art LED jumbotron installed back in 2007. At 88 feet in width, it's nearly twice the size of the old one. And if you're wondering about the food and beverage offerings at Ralph Wilson, remember that this city invented a certain item called the buffalo wing. It's pretty tasty, and you can get its signature-style while you cheer on Rex and company in 2015.