The Buffalo Bills are currently on pace to sell 55,000 season tickets, which would be their 3rd highest total in the history of the franchise.
A couple of years ago I would have said something like "See! That's what amazing fans we are! We support our team through thick and thin!" However, you are now more likely to hear something like this from me: "STOP BUYING TICKETS!!!! The front office keeps making terrible decisions and enjoys watching the fans take it in the ass!"
I'm not sure what's going on here. I mean, yes, I probably will make it home for at least one game (mostly for the tailgating), but there is no way in hell I'm buying season tickets for a team that has A FUCKIN' NINE YEAR PLAYOFF DROUGHT! DAMNIT! (The only people off the hook are two dear friends, who just moved back to Buffalo after several years in the city. I can definitely understand that)
But me personally, I would rather watch another well-known Buffalo Bill, in person, for 3 hours every Sunday, than support non-stop mediocrity!