Bills/Rogers Agree to End the Toronto Series

A failed experiment that began in 2008 officially ended today. It was announced this morning that the Toronto Series is officially over between the Bills and Rogers Communications.

The Buffalo Bills and Rogers Communications have agreed to terminate the Toronto Series.

Bills President Russ Brandon said the following on the conclusion of the series:

“We greatly appreciate the support we’ve received over the past seven years from all of the tremendous people at Rogers Communications. We will continue to work hard to solidify our footprint in Southern Ontario. Our fan base in this region remains extremely important to our organization and their support has been well documented.”

The Bills hosted six regular season games and two preseason games during the series. They went 1-5 in their six regular season games in Toronto. Buffalo's poor record in Toronto was just one part of the problem with the series. Poor attendance and lack of support from those in attendance contributed to a poor atmosphere for a home game. 

Bills fans are happy knowing that they'll have eight true home games every year going forward.


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