In case you haven’t heard, Buffalo Bills fans are pretty fired up for Sunday’s matchup against the New England Patriots.
The 1-0 Bills and their fans — not to mention head coach Rex Ryan — have made plenty of noise ahead of the AFC East showdown at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Apparently things won’t quiet down Sunday, as the team announced Saturday morning its “Camper Lot” for RVs already has sold out.
According to the Bills, it’s only the third time in team history the lot has sold out, the second coming last Sunday in Buffalo’s season-opening win over the Indianapolis Colts. Fans just looking to get into the stadium will have a difficult time as well; according to SeatGeek.com, tickets for Sunday’s game are selling for an average of $144 on the secondary market, the highest of any Bills home game in the last five years.
It’s clear Bills fans are ready for Tom Brady and the Patriots, but New England appears up to the challenge. The Patriots have earned a victory in 10 of their last 11 trips to Buffalo and have won their last three contests at the Ralph by an average of nearly two touchdowns.
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