Buffalo Bills Stadium Debate Proves NFL Owners Still Putting Money First

June 30, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Buffalo isn't an NFL city anymore.
Oh, sure, it has the Buffalo Bills: a team with a classic-yet-iconic brand identity, a long, rich history full of great teams, legendary wins and Hall-of-Famers. Yes, those Bills have a tantalizing mix of talent and experience on the field, and the most entertaining coaching staff in football on the sidelines. The franchise, of course, is fanatically supported by a city and region with few other major league attractions.
All of these unquestioned positives were acquired by Bills owners Terry and Kim Pegula less than two years ago in what commissioner Roger Goodell called, per NFL.com, a "great outcome for Western New York, Bills fans and the NFL."
But none of that trumps the ability to build a palatial, state-of-the-art stadium. If NFL owners get their way, the Pegulas will either have to build in Buffalo or build somewhere else.
"What does it take to make sure that the Bills remain here on a successful basis?" Goodell recentl...

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