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Steve Johnson of the Buffalo Bills runs with the ball after making a catch against the St. Louis...

Steve Johnson of the Buffalo Bills runs with the ball after making a catch against the St. Louis Rams at Ralph Wilson Stadium earlier this month. The Bills host the Seattle Seahawks at the Rogers Centre on Sunday, as part of the Bills in Toronto series. (Getty Images/Files)

ROB LONGLEY, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 9:22 PM ET

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What a Seattle win means

With a victory over Buffalo and a New England win over San Francisco in the Sunday night prime timer, the Seahawks would find themselves in a home showdown with the 49ers next Sunday night and the NFC West on the line. It would also greatly enhance their NFC wild-card hopes.

What a Buffalo win means

With a victory, the Bills would move to 6-8 and have a real shot at the type of season that has defined them lately: Finishing as a barely mediocre .500 team with little hope of attaining more. Buffalo closes out its season with games against divisional lightweights Miami and the Jets.

Spiller thrills

With a rushing effort of 56 yards on Sunday, Bills running back C.J. Spiller would hit the 1,000 mark for the first time in his career. Not bad for a guy who has had just 144 carries.

The crowd rises

The notoriously sleepy Toronto football crowd surprised some with the way it rallied behind the Argos


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