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Toronto Mayor Rob Ford was front and centre at the NFL game in Toronto between the Buffalo Bills and the Atlanta Falcons last weekend.
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After seeing their three-game winning streak snapped emphatically at Carolina, the Buccaneers return home Sunday to face the struggling Buffalo Bills, who are 1-4 on the road.
Having an opportunity to put the negative performances in Toronto in the rearview mirror, the Buffalo Bills journeyed back to western New York with perhaps their most soul-crushing loss in the six year history of the game at the Rogers Centre.
As badly as Sunday's loss to the Atlanta Falcons hurt for the Buffalo Bills and their fans, there is a silver lining.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford watches the Buffalo Bills NFL game against the Atlanta Falcons at Rogers Centre on December 1, 2013 in Toronto, Ontario.
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The league could fine Steelers coach Mike Tomlin for stepping out on the field during a play on Thanksgiving Day, perhaps $100,000, espn.com reported.
Sure, the Atlanta Falcons shouldn't have been in a position to take advantage of two fumbles by veteran players who are prone to big mistakes.
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The 32-year-old running back has hardly lit up the box scores this season, but he has chipped away with quality fantasy production for his owners.
Bills center Eric Wood is taking the diplomatic approach to Sunday's annual excursion to Toronto, which is too bad because last year, he spoke so refreshingly from the heart and was so succinctly accurate.
"Matty Ice" might be in for a nickname change after the Falcons quarterback acknowledged he's no fan of cold weather.
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