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Buffalo Bills Offseason
The Buffalo Bills season might have ended in 13 seconds in late January but the excitement has not for a long period of time. The Buffalo Bills “Super Bow”l season schedule was released this past week and this is how it looks.
Week 1: Bills at the Super Bowl Champion LA Rams on Thursday Night Football Sept 8th at 8:20pm
Week 2: Buffalo vs Titans- Monday Night Football on Sept 19th at 7:15pm
Week 3: Bills at Dolphins Sept 25th at 1pm
Week 4: Bills at Ravens Oct 2nd at 1pm
Week 5: Buffalo vs Steelers Oct 9th at 1pm
Week 6: Bills at Chiefs Oct 16th at 4:25pm
Week 7: BYE WEEK
Week 8: Buffalo vs Packers Sunday Night Football on Oct 30th at 8:20pm
Week 9: Bills at Jets Nov 6th at 1pm
Week 10: Buffalo vs Vikings Nov 13th at 1pm
Week 11: Buffalo vs Browns Nov 20th at 1pm
Week 12: Bills at Lions Thanksgiving Day Nov 24th at 12:30pm
Week 13: Bills at Patriots Monday Night Football Dec 1st at 8:15pm
Week 14: Buffalo vs Jets Dec 11th at 1pm
Week 15: Buffalo vs Dolphins Dec 18th TBA
Week 16: Bills at Bears Dec 24th at 1pm
Week 17: Bills at Bengals Sunday Night Football Jan 2nd at 830pm
Week 18: Buffalo vs Patriots Jan 8th TBD
The Buffalo Bisons currently in second place in the AAA East division with a 22-17 record. The Bisons this season have struggled with being consistent in the win column. So far the longest winning streak this season has been three games. The Bisons records against teams they have faced this season are as follows:
4-2 against the Iowa Cubs
3-3 against the Rochester Red Wings
4-2 against Scranton Wilkes Barre RailRiders
3-3 against the Worcester Red Sox
2-4 against the Durham Bulls
4-2 against the Lehigh Valley IronPigs
And currently they are 2-1 versus the Syracuse Mets.
The Bisons will play the Mets at home until May 22nd.
Gabriel Moreno leads the team in battling average.
Samad Taylor leads the team with 5 home runs and 25 RBI. For more Bisons news check out the Rise Up Right Articles on thechallengernews.com.
The Eastern and Western conference finals is set as the Boston Celtics defeated the Milwaukee Bucks in Game 7 to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals lead by Jason Tatum, Marcus Smart, Jaylen Brown and Al Horford. The Celtics will play the Miami Heat who have been led by Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo, Victor Oladipo and PJ Tucker. The Heat dismantled the Philadelphia 76ers in six games to advance. In the Wild Wild West, the Golden State Warriors are back in the conference finals as they fought past the Memphis Grizzlies in 6 games led by Steph Curry, Jordan Poole, Andrew Wiggins, and Klay Thompson. The Warriors will face the upstart Dallas Mavericks as they outshined the Suns in 7 games to reach the conference finals. Luka Doncic has been a nightmare for opposing teams and he will look to continue to reign terror as they face the Warriors. The Mavericks lead by the coaching of Jason Kidd knows that they are in for an all out war to see who will make it to the NBA Finals. What’s your thoughts on the NBA Playoffs? You can contact me at RiseUpFamily on Twitter and at the Rise Up Family Sports Network on Facebook.
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