Russ Brandon (R, with Rogers Media president Keith Pelley) will review the Bills-in-TO series.Buffalo Bills' president Russ Brandon announced on his weekly radio show Wednesday that the team is going to reevaluate their Toronto series in the wake of Sunday's loss to the Atlanta Falcons, which dropped Buffalo to 1-5 in regular-season games played north of the border. That's not all that surprising: Bills' players have publicly complained about the series in the past, particularly thanks to the lack of a home atmosphere (Falcons' safety William Moore said "We had a lot of support here" after Sunday's win) and the lack of an edge from Buffalo's wintery conditions, and it's not like the Toronto games are drawing well, with just 38,969 showing up Sunday (the smallest total of the series). Of course, it doesn't mean that the Bills are actually going to pull out of the series; they just signed a new five-year agreement for games in Toronto earlier this year. If they did, though, that could have substantial implications for the CFL.Read More »from What are the CFL implications of Buffalo Bills’ executives reconsidering their Toronto series?
Andrew Bucholtz is a Canadian football blogger for Yahoo! Sports.