December 16, 2012
What's the point for the Bills?
By Steve Simmons, QMI Agency

Seahawks' Michael Robinson runs a fake punt down the field past a diving Nick Barnett in the fourth quarter of Sunday's Bills In Toronto game. (Jack Boland/Toronto Sun)

Chan Gailey said the way the Buffalo Bills played on Sunday, they would lose at home, lose on the road, lose anywhere.

The anywhere reference in this case was clear: That is what Toronto has become for the Bills and maybe for the National Football League. It isn’t home. It isn’t road. It’s just anywhere, a nearly filled stadium lacking in atmosphere, purpose or emotion or noise.

And that’s where this Bills In Toronto series is at at the conclusion of the five-year signed agreement, a 50-17 loss to Seattle.

It worked for the Bills financially, who benefited admirably from the ridiculous money Rogers agreed to pay them. It didn’t work for the football team, winners of one of five in Toronto, and even for a rather inept team such as the Bills, that’s an awful mark for an apparent home run.

It didn’t work for Rogers, who promised $9.75 million for eight appearances at the their stadium that ended up as only seven. Just how many millions were lost on this endeavou



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