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NFL Preseason: Buffalo Bills vs. Carolina Panthers
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Orchard Park
,
NY
08/14/2015 7:00 PM
Aug 14, 2015
Fri, 7:00 PM
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NFL Preseason: Cleveland Browns vs. Buffalo Bills
FirstEnergy Stadium (formerly Cleveland Browns Stadium) 08/20/2015 8:00 PM
Aug 20, 2015
Thu, 8:00 PM
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NFL Preseason: Buffalo Bills vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Orchard Park
,
NY
08/29/2015 4:00 PM
Aug 29, 2015
Sat, 4:00 PM
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NFL Preseason: Detroit Lions vs. Buffalo Bills
Ford Field
Ford Field
Detroit
,
MI
09/03/2015 7:30 PM
Sep 03, 2015
Thu, 7:30 PM
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2015 Buffalo Bills Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Orchard Park
,
NY
09/06/2015 3:30 AM
Sep 06, 2015
TBA
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Buffalo Bills vs. Indianapolis Colts
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Orchard Park
,
NY
09/13/2015 1:00 PM
Sep 13, 2015
Sun, 1:00 PM
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Buffalo Bills vs. New England Patriots
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Orchard Park
,
NY
09/20/2015 1:00 PM
Sep 20, 2015
Sun, 1:00 PM
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Miami Dolphins vs. Buffalo Bills
Sun Life Stadium
Sun Life Stadium
Miami Gardens
,
FL
09/27/2015 4:25 PM
Sep 27, 2015
Sun, 4:25 PM
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Buffalo Bills vs. New York Giants
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Orchard Park
,
NY
10/04/2015 1:00 PM
Oct 04, 2015
Sun, 1:00 PM
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Tennessee Titans vs. Buffalo Bills
LP Field
LP Field
Nashville
,
TN
10/11/2015 12:00 PM
Oct 11, 2015
Sun, 12:00 PM
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Buffalo Bills vs. Cincinnati Bengals
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Orchard Park
,
NY
10/18/2015 1:00 PM
Oct 18, 2015
Sun, 1:00 PM
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Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Buffalo Bills
Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium
London
,
10/25/2015 3:30 AM
Oct 25, 2015
TBA
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Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Orchard Park
,
NY
11/08/2015 1:00 PM
Nov 08, 2015
Sun, 1:00 PM
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New York Jets vs. Buffalo Bills
MetLife Stadium (Formerly New Meadowlands Stadium) 11/12/2015 8:25 PM
Nov 12, 2015
Thu, 8:25 PM
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New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills
Gillette Stadium
Gillette Stadium
Foxborough
,
MA
11/23/2015 8:30 PM
Nov 23, 2015
Mon, 8:30 PM
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Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills
Arrowhead Stadium
Arrowhead Stadium
Kansas City
,
MO
11/29/2015 12:00 PM
Nov 29, 2015
Sun, 12:00 PM
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Buffalo Bills vs. Houston Texans
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Orchard Park
,
NY
12/06/2015 1:00 PM
Dec 06, 2015
Sun, 1:00 PM
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Philadelphia Eagles vs. Buffalo Bills
Lincoln Financial Field
Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia
,
PA
12/13/2015 1:00 PM
Dec 13, 2015
Sun, 1:00 PM
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Washington Redskins vs. Buffalo Bills
Fedex Field
Fedex Field
Landover
,
MD
12/20/2015 1:00 PM
Dec 20, 2015
Sun, 1:00 PM
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Buffalo Bills vs. Dallas Cowboys
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Orchard Park
,
NY
12/27/2015 1:00 PM
Dec 27, 2015
Sun, 1:00 PM
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Buffalo Bills vs. New York Jets
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Ralph Wilson Stadium
Orchard Park
,
NY
01/03/2016 1:00 PM
Jan 03, 2016
Sun, 1:00 PM
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    Busy offseason makes up for Bills lacking 1st-round pick (The Associated Press)

    After a busy offseason of making big splashes, the Buffalo Bills will be spectators during the first round of the NFL draft Thursday night. The Bills landed tight end Charles Clay by extending him an offer the Miami Dolphins declined to match. The Bills still missed the playoffs to extend the NFL's longest active drought to 15 seasons. The player acquisitions, which included receiver Percy Harvin, quarterback Matt Cassel and offensive lineman Richie Incognito, offset the bold gamble Whaley made during last year's draft.

     

    Tannenbaum to look over Hickey's shoulder in Dolphins' draft (The Associated Press)

    The Miami Dolphins can blame their long Super Bowl drought on lots of lousy drafts, and they'll try to get it right this time with - or in spite of - a new, confusing chain of command. The draft beginning Thursday will be Miami's first with Mike Tannenbaum as executive vice president of football operations. When the former New York Jets general manager was hired in January, he said Miami GM Dennis Hickey would continue to have the final say on draft decisions, but added he would be Hickey's boss. In other words, Hickey will make the call with Tannenbaum looking over his shoulder.

     

    Pre-Draft Skill Player Top 12s (Rotoworld)

    Nick Mensio breaks down his top 12 quarterbacks, running backs, wide receivers and tight ends.

     

    Mock draft: Jameis Winston to Bucs to start NFL draft (The Associated Press)

    NEW YORK (AP) -- The NFL draft heads to Chicago this year, with the top overall choice in our mock draft not planning to be on hand. No matter: Tampa Bay will already have let its selection know when the crowd in the Windy City gets, uh, wind of the pick.

     

    Which NFL teams got unfair schedules? University at Buffalo engineers know (Shutdown Corner)

    Washington Redskins fans, you might not want to hear this. University at Buffalo engineers, who have done a study on imbalances in the NFL schedule and presented it at the Sloan Sports Analytics Conference earlier this year, have studied the 2015 NFL schedule that was released this week . One of the main imbalances they look at is which teams get the most games against "rested" opponents – those coming off Thursday night games or bye weeks. Yep, Washington got the shortest stick in that area. Washington plays five games against opponents with extra rest this year, the UB engineers said. That's the most in the NFL. The Redskins have three games against teams coming off bye weeks and two games against teams coming off a Thursday game. That's a very high number; it's almost one-third of Washington's schedule. Other teams shouldn't be too happy either. The Dallas Cowboys and Seattle Seahawks each have four games against opponents with extra rest. The New England P atriots, Buffalo Bills (who have frequently gotten imbalanced schedules the past few years), San Diego Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs are next at three each. "We had a detailed look at the 2015, and we see again the imbalances are significant," said Murat Kurt, PhD, an assistant professor in UB’s Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering. Some teams should be much happier with their draw. The Miami Dolphins, Cincinnati Bengals, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers and Arizona Cardinals don't play any games against teams coming off a bye or a Thursday night game. This all might not seem like much, but it is a disadvantage. In a 16-game season in which playoff spots are almost always determined by just one game or tiebreakers, it's worth noting. When the engineers studied the issue they found that from 2009-13 a team's average winning percentage decreased by 3.77 percent against rested teams. In 2013 it was a decrease of about seven percent.  Rested opponents aren't the only factor UB engineers note. A cluster of divisional games in a row can be inequitable. The Green Bay Packers are the big losers there. From Nov. 15 to Dec. 3 the Packers play four divisional games in a row, something that is very rare. "Playing four back-to-back divisional games – which are often your toughest because those opponents know you best, they're playing hard and it means the most – is difficult," said Mark Karwan, PhD, Praxair Professor of Operations Research and SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor. "They should be spread out."  Another scheduling inequity the Buffalo engineers focused on was at least three road games in a row. Buffalo, Miami, Jacksonville and Atlanta got three road games in a row this season. The Bills have five road games in six weeks, a particularly tough stretch. Travel itself can be unbalanced. Kurt provided the examples of Baltimore and Tennessee. The Ravens have back-to-back trips out west twice during the season; Weeks 1 and 2 at Denver and Oakland and Weeks 6 and 7 at San Francisco and Arizona. Compare that to the Titans. Their first two trips aren't too bad (at Tampa Bay and Cleveland) and then they have a five-week stretch in which they won't leave Nashville. From Week 3 to Week 7 they have four home games and a bye week.  "They don’t leave their home for 5 weeks," Kurt said. "That’s kind of easy." Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Seattle all have a four-week stretch that includes three home games and a bye. The schedule will never be entirely fair, but the UB crew of Kurt, Karwan, Niraj Pandey (a PhD candidate in UB’s Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering), and Kyle Cunningham (earned a bachelor of science degree from UB in 2014), tried to figure out a solution. They came up with the study “ Alleviating Competitive Imbalances in NFL Schedules: An Integer-Programming Approach ,” and created a mathematical model called a mixed-integer linear program to produce the most fair schedule possible. They're Bills fans, and part of the reason for the study was that the Bills complained about playing many rested opponents. Sure enough, the engineers found that the Bills played more games against rested opponents (26) than any other team from 2002-2014. (For those curious the Bengals have been the most fortunate team in that regard; their 12 games against rested opponents are three fewer than any other NFL team.) But the NFL has other considerations when making the schedule, most notably television partners and conflicts at stadiums. Even in the UB model, they're unable to eliminate all inequities; Karwan said their model will still have issues like three road games in a row. It's tough to fit a 256-piece puzzle together. "There will be inequities due to the TV considerations and stadium availability and special requests by teams," Karwan said. "But what they may be able to do is think about these competitive imbalances – and I’m sure they do because I’m sure everybody thinks they’re against them – but they can spread them out over the years."  The NFL generates thousands of versions of the schedule through its computers to come up with the best one to satisfy everyone's desires. But in the end, there will always be a few teams that have a complaint. "Eventually they have to come out with the schedule," Karwan said. "It’s a mathematical impossibility to make everyone happy."  - - - - - - - Frank Schwab is the editor of Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at shutdowncorner@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YahooSchwab

     

    NFL Transactions Tracker (Rotoworld)

    Nick Mensio keeps track of every offseason transaction for all 32 teams.

     

    NFL Draft Needs: Schedule (Rotoworld)

    Josh Norris and Evan Silva break down every team�s needs and which players fit those needs. Check out the weekly schedule.

     

    Browns, Colts have easy first four games; Chiefs, Lions ... good luck! (Shutdown Corner)

    Getting off to a hot start is pretty important in the NFL. Want proof? The 12 playoff teams started out a combined 31-17 last season (a .646 win percentage) over the first four games in 2014, and none of the 12 opened at worse than 2-2. (The Indianapolis Colts were the only 0-2 team to pull out of it and make the postseason, but they did so from the worst division in football.)  We decided to take a look at each team's first four games on the schedule and rank them based on the toughest first four games (from last year's winning percentage) and also note how many home games and games against playoff teams from a year ago they'll face. Here are the 10 toughest: Team Win percentage, first 4 opp. Playoff teams Road games Chiefs 0.680 3 3 Lions 0.656 2 3 49ers 0.641 3 2 Jaguars 0.602 3 2 Bears 0.594 3 1 Bills 0.578 2 1 Broncos 0.578 2 2 Ravens 0.570 3 3 Jets 0.563 1 2 Steelers* 0.563 2 2 * The Falcons also have an opponents' win percentage over the first four games of .563, but the Steelers have more games against 2014 playoff teams (2 to 1). The Chiefs, Lions and Ravens are the only three teams to deal with three road games in the first four. and the latter two teams — which were involved in the Haloti Ngata trade — are dealing with fairly key personnel turnover this offseason. Five of the 10 teams above — the 49ers, Bears, Bills, Broncos and Jets — have new head coaches. Have fun storming the castle! Even with a soft fourth game against the Raiders, look at what new Bears head coach John Fox has to deal with in his first three: at home against the Packers and Cardinals, then on the road against the Seahawks. Rex Ryan can't be too wild about opening against the Colts and Patriots, and the Bills' Week 3 and 4 games against the Dolphins and Giants are not gimmes, either, even if three of the first four are in Buffalo. Both of those latter two teams should be better than they were a year ago. Of course, the Steelers not only get saddled with facing the champion Patriots at home in the opener, but they might have to take on the 49ers and Rams — all without Le'Veon Bell, assuming his three-game suspension holds up. Then it's a short-week game against the rival Baltimore Ravens, which beat the Steelers in two of their three meetings a year ago.  But not all teams have it tough. Here are the 10 easiest opening four-game slates: Team Win percentage, first 4 opp. Playoff teams Road games Browns 0.281 0 2 Colts 0.281 0 2 Dolphins 0.313 0 2 Panthers 0.313 0 2 Cardinals 0.375 0 1 Texans  0.383 1 2 Buccaneers 0.383 0 2 Eagles 0.406 1 3 Titans 0.438 1 2 Cowboys 0.453 0 2 Check out the Cardinals' schedule. Can you say 4-0? They not only play three of four at home to open, but all four opponents were below .500 a season ago and two of them feature new head coaches. This should be perfect for Bruce Arians' club, allowing for Carson Palmer to ease back into the starting job after a season-ending knee injury in 2014.   The Colts look to be sitting pretty and ready to ring up another 12 wins or so. Their first four are mockingly easy, and they move past the toughest stretch of their season in Week 9 with a soft ending, too. It's fortunate for the down-and-out Browns to tie the Colts for easiest opposing win percentage for the first four, especially when they might not be feeling too good about their quarterbacks at that time. Also, the Buccaneers and Titans, currently picking 1-2 in the draft (although for how long?), have a nice opening quartet of games, although they play each other in Week 1, so something has to give. Teams that started 0-4 in NFL history have made the postseason a grand total of one time ever, and those teams that open at 4-0 have an 83 percent chance of making the postseason (the stat is a year old, but there were no 4-0 teams last season). The first four matter. - - - - - - - Eric Edholm is a writer for Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at edholm@yahoo-inc.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @Eric_Edholm

     

    New England Patriots' repeat quest begins September 10 (AFP)

    The National Football League season will open with the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers on September 10. New England quarterback Tom Brady will square off against Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger in a Thursday night contest to kick off the 2015 season.

     

    Steelers-Patriots to open 2015 schedule on a Thursday night (The Associated Press)

    Among the Patriots' rewards for winning the Super Bowl is hosting the season opener. The opposition this year is another team with championship pedigree: the Pittsburgh Steelers. New England and Pittsburgh will begin the NFL season on Thursday night, Sept. 10 with a game matching quarterbacks with six Super Bowl rings and nine Super Bowl appearances: Tom Brady vs. Ben Roethlisberger. Since Brady became New England's starting quarterback in 2001, he is 6-3 against the Steelers - he missed the 2008 game while injured - including 2-0 in the playoffs.