Buffalo Bills Football Tickets

The future of football in northern New York looks awful bright. In 2004, more than a million total people purchased Buffalo Bills football tickets as former Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Mike Mularkey took over the reigns as the team's head coach. The team struggled initially, losing their first four games before earning a 20-13 win over the Miami Dolphins on October 17, and even though they lost the following week to fall to 1-5, that's when it all started to come together for Mularkey's crew https://experience.tripster.ru/experience/Moscow/36796-na-teplohode-ot-parka-gorkogo/. The Bills won eight of their last ten games in 2004, including six in a row at one point, to finish the season on a high note. While Buffalo failed to make the playoffs that year, they had clearly starting putting together the pieces of what should be an exceptionally competitive franchise for seasons to come.

Why Buy Buffalo Bills Football Tickets?

What creates such optimism in and around Ralph Wilson Stadium? Why should football fans consider purchasing Buffalo Bills football tickets? What makes this team think that they can contend for the playoffs, not just this season but year in and year out? One of the major reasons is running back Willis McGahee. McGahee, who was drafted by the team out of Miami in 2003 but missed his rookie season due to a knee injury, proved in Mularkey's first year that he was the real deal. He ran for 1,128 yards and set a team record with seven 100-yard rushing games, most ever by a first-year Buffalo running back. He also had 13 rushing touchdowns and scored at least two in five contests in 2004. Combine that kind of natural talent with a defensive unit that was ranked 2nd in total defense and 1st in takeaways in 2004, and you have a recipe for potential long term success in Buffalo. There really isn't any better reason to buy football tickets than that!