Why the Lions vs. Bills is One Worth Watching

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The Buffalo Bills might not have had the best season, but at leas they are using their time wisely and getting the team in better shape by getting younger players some experience in these final matches for the season.

The Bill vs. Lions game is sure to provide yet another exciting series of events, especially for the Bills who would have a little advantage in a few ways. However, by that we don’t mean the Lions won’t bring it all, but as we all know, it’s sure to be one of the most exciting ones as this season comes to an end.

Here are some reasons as to why the match isn’t one to be missed, but rather prepared for as you wouldn’t want to miss a minute of the action:

Going Home for the Holidays

The Bills return home to play the second of three home games against the lions. Not only do they get to join fans who will fill the stadiums for additional motivation, but they’ll also get to meet up with Nate Clements, the former Bills corner back who played a very important part of the defense back in 2001 to 2006.

With the fans behind them, familiar grounds and Nate giving the team some additional reason to play hard, the Bills are sure to be hyped up for the game as they head out to the field.

Allen Has Reason to Play Hard

Josh Allen might be a rookie quarterback, but the player has put up some incredible players to help his team move forward. He has only receive come back to the line up after an injury, but that hasn’t had any effect on him whatsoever.

In fact, he is the first in league to rush for more than 100 yards and throw a 200 yard in consecutive games. He aims high for the match against the Lions as he could become the first to do so in 4 consecutive games since Thurman Thomas, the hall of famer. To achieve this, Josh has to go for a 95-yard rush on Sunday’s game. This and all the fans at the home grounds should be more than enough reason for the player to aim high and go all the way.

Going All Red

What could be more aggressive than an all-red uniform as they take to the field? Well, they actually did it in week 14 last year as well, but with the blizzard, fans would barely see the team, never mind enjoy the game.

Well, this year would be a whole new story as no blizzards or even snow is expected for the game. Therefore, if you’re heading out the field in support of the Bills, be sure to get out the clothes that should red to support your team.