It never made much sense for the Buffalo Bills to move regular-season games to Toronto.
Well, actually, there was a decent reason. The team made a good amount of money for shipping a home game to Canada each of the last six seasons. But competitively it was a nightmare. The team went 1-5 in what basically amounted to an extra road game each year. This past year's game against Atlanta, sparsely attended and with many Falcons fans in attendance to see the Bills lose 34-31, seemed to finally put the question in the team's mind: Why in the heck are we doing this?
This year, the Bills won't be doing it. The team announced it is not playing in Toronto's Rogers Centre in 2014.
"We will use this time to collectively evaluate opportunities and build on the foundation to enhance future games," the Bills said in a statement. "We are committed to continuing our partnership and have secured a robust sponsorship agreement for the 2014 season that will bring Canadian NFL fans visibility and access toRead More »from Buffalo Bills will not play in Toronto in 2014