There's one phrase I'm sick to death of reading or hearing in the press, relative to the Buffalo Bills' coaching search: "The situation in Buffalo is too uncertain with the age of owner Ralph Wilson and the likelihood that the franchise will relocate after his death." I don't know why it is assumed that the Bills are only biding time until Granddady dies so they can finally run away from home. There are several reasons, in fact, why I am convinced the Bills aren't going anywhere, except perhaps to play an extra game in Toronto. First of all, just because the Wilson family doesn't appear willing or able to retain franchise ownership after the patriarch's death, that doesn't mean that there aren't several potential suitors withálocal ties who could purchase the team and keep it right where ...
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