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Individual Tickets Go On Sale

As little news continues to come out of One Bills Drive, the box office was buzzing over the weekend as individual game tickets went on sale. The team also announced the distribution schedule for the popular night practices at St. John Fisher College. That tops the news from the week; here is our take on the issues:

The team put individual game tickets on sale on Saturday with three games already being down to single seats before then. After one day of ticket sales those three games, the New England, Philadelphia, and Washington games, no longer have any tickets available at this time. The other early season contest, Cincinnati is down to single seats. Leaving tickets available for the four late season contests but they are going fast also. Tickets to the early season contests may become available at a later date as the team is holding some back for potential season ticket sales. Our Take: This proves the enthusiasm and optimism is at its peak since the Super Bowl years. The late season games that don't normally sellout, will sellout since it is tough to get tickets for earlier games.

The team also announced that tickets will be distributed for the two night practices begin this coming week. Tops Friendly Markets will begin distributing tickets to the July 28th night practice session this week and for the Aug. 4th night session next Monday July 21st. Tickets are free and available on a first come, first serve basis with a maximum of six tickets per person. The night practices run from 6:30pm - 8:00pm. Our Take: This has proven very popular among the fans, the team should consider expanding it to three or four nights next camp.

WKBW-TV in Buffalo held a Town meeting on Thursday with Tom Donahoe, Eric Moulds, and Sam Gash as guests. Donahoe said the team's offseason goal was to strike a balance and that is why they hit the free agent market hard on defense. Our Take: It looks like Donahoe succeeded in his goal, on paper. Lets hope it translates to wins on the field.

Donahoe also said in the town meeting that Marcus Jones should be ready to go full tilt when camp opens in two weeks. Our Take: It's important for Jones to be ready for camp if he wants to hold on to his projected starting role at left defensive end.

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