2014 Buffalo Bills Road Schedule
The Buffalo Bills had a decent season in 2013, showing some real progress as a
franchise, but now the fans are eagerly anticipating a 2014 campaign that will really show off their talented roster that
has been turning heads around the league. Even though home games at Ralph Wilson Stadium are obviously a must if you're a
Bills fan, you'll see plenty of Buffalo colors no matter where the Bills end up taking to the field, as this is a well-traveled
fan base that knows how to show its support. When the game is on the line during a crucial road matchup, you'll see why Bills'
fans keep an eye on the road schedule each and every season.
A matchup against Detroit at Ford Field on Oct. 5 will
be one of the highlights of the season but you can also count on games at Miami (Nov. 13), Denver (Dec. 7), and Oakland (Dec.
21) to be absolutely loaded fanfare. Of course, the Bills always look forward to taking on the New England Patriots in Foxboro,
MA, which they'll be doing to close out the season on Dec. 28 in another matchup against future Hall of Famer Tom Brady. With
all kinds of options on the road schedule, this is another season that is sure to be absolutely filled with memorable moments
as the Bills look to live up to their potential and challenge the other top teams in the always tough AFC East.
Bills Team Info
One look at this roster and you'll probably get an idea of why the Bills and their fans are so excited
about this team. Running back C.J. Spiller is a dynamic runner that can go the distance at the drop of a hat, though reliable
Fred Jackson has kept the chains moving for this franchise over the years, and the Bills will depend on his veteran presence
yet again in 2014. Young quarterback EJ Manuel has looked poised for a player with little pro experience and now he has an
exciting new weapon in Sammy Watkins, a rookie out of Clemson who is capable of being as dynamic as any receiver in the league.
With playmakers at crucial positions and a defense that is already one of the better units in the league, the Bills will be
looking to contend for a playoff spot this season. The Bills will have to take down some tough teams on the road, but this
young group is energized by the chance of upsetting some of the best teams in the AFC.
NFL Road Experience
it comes to football, there is no other league that compares to the National Football League. The NFL is a dominant force
in American sports, and for good reason, as this league is home to some of the finest athletes known to man. When you're there
in the stands witnessing all of the action in person, you're sure to be wowed by the abilities of these players, particularly
if you're getting a chance to see your favorite team on the road. Road games are just as exciting as home games, as you get
the chance to see the Bills try to fight off both the opposing team and the jeers of the home crowd. Be there this season
as the Bills take to the road to fight their way toward the top of the division and you'll be experiencing one of the most
exciting young teams in the league the way they are meant to be experienced.
Buffalo Bills History
Buffalo Bills are a franchise in the National Football League that plays in the AFC East division, where they've developed
major rivalries with Miami, New York (Jets) and New England. The team accomplished an incredible feat in the 1990s, advancing
to four consecutive Super Bowls under the leadership of famed head coach Marv Levy and Hall of Famers Jim Kelly, Thurman Thomas,
Bruce Smith and Andre Reed. Though Buffalo was unable to win any of those Super Bowl contests, it remains a renowned accomplishment
all in itself, helping bring the franchise some very exciting glory years that fans would love to return with their exciting
Buffalo Bills Trivia
Did you know that Bruce Smith had at least 10 sacks in a season 13
times during his career?
If you want to know why Bruce Smith goes down as one of the very best defensive ends in the
history of the game, all you have to do is to see how consistently dominant he actually was. Snagged with the first overall
pick in the 1985 draft, Smith was absolutely unbelievable from day one in the NFL, culminating with 19 sacks in 1990 and 11
overall Pro Bowl appearances. Smith would end up being on the All-Decades teams for both the 1980s and the 1990s, solidifying
him as one of the all-time greats.