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Bills fans spent season posterizing opposing fans in parking lot (Video)

Bills-fans-posterize-opponentsBuffalo Bills fans had to endure another losing season in 2013 that was littered with talk about television blackouts and poor ticket sales. But as with any other storied franchise, the diehards still showed up. That group includes the collection of young men who posterized opposing fans in the parking lot all season long.

A group of Bills fans who appear to be in their 20s came up with a unique idea that was pretty hilarious. They’d spot fans who were wearing gear from the opposing team, and one dude would walk up in front of them and hold up a mini basketball hoop. Before the opposing fan realized what was going on, one or two of the Bills fan’s buddies would posterize him.

For whatever reason, I laughed throughout the entire video. We don’t condone bullying opposing fans or fighting during tailgates, but this seemed like good clean fun. A+ for creativity.

Video via It’s Always Sunny in Detroit

Bills fan who fell from upper deck lost job, banned from stadium, could face charges

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Just in case you’re ever thinking about sliding down the railing in the upper deck at your favorite team’s stadium, remember that there might be consequences.

Rob Hopkins, the Buffalo Bills fan who fell over the railing of the 300 Level at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday and landed on a fan sitting below in the 200 Level, lost his job, has been banned from the stadium and could face criminal charges, per WKBW.

While Hopkins sustained a shoulder injury, the person he landed on complained of a head injury. The Bills announced on Monday that Hopkins would be banned from the stadium.

“The irresponsible behavior that occurred at yesterday’s game by the fan who fell from the upper deck is a violation of our Fan Code of Conduct and cannot, and will not, be tolerated. This individual will not be permitted back into Ralph Wilson Stadium.”

Hopkins worked for Eric Mower + Associates in Buffalo. They put out a statement saying Hopkins is no longer employed by them.

“EMA is very concerned about Sunday’s incident at the Buffalo Bills’ game and we are relieved that the injured were released from the hospital. Rob Hopkins is no longer employed by EMA.”

WKBW says Hopkins could face criminal charges, but they did not specify what the charges might be.

Below is video of the incident:

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Bills fan falls over railing on top level, survives (Video)

Bills fan falls

A Buffalo Bills fan fell from the 300 level to the 200 level in Ralph Wilson Stadium during Sunday’s Bills-New York Jets game and survived the fall.

The fan was sliding down the rail, tried to stop himself, and fell over.

CBS actually captured the moment on video as it was coming back from a commercial break. You can see it below:

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Buffalo Bills fan has OJ Simpson mug shot tattoo on his leg

OJ Simpson mug shot tattoo

Goodness gracious, this photo has just about everything that we love here at LBS. We’ve got O.J. Simpson, a tattoo, and a mug shot. That’s like hitting the LBS jackpot.

According to Sports Kings, diehard Buffalo Bills fan Bryan Labarron spent nine hours getting tattooed with this amazing image. In case you’re unfamiliar, this mug shot was the one taken on June 17, 1994, after Simpson was implicated in the murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman.

Below is a side-by-side comparison of the tattoo and actual mug shot:

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Reggie Bush doesn’t think much of Buffalo women

There may not be many viewers who are looking forward to a matchup between the Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills on Thursday night, but Reggie Bush gave the game a spark on Tuesday without even realizing it. Say what you will about us, but don’t insult our women.

During an appearance on the “Paul and Young Ron Show” in Miami, one of the hosts reminded Bush of how cold it will be on Thursday night but said the fans are so used to it that women will be out there topless in that weather. The other host sarcastically said to Reggie that he wouldn’t want to see that, and the Dolphins running back agreed.

“Not Buffalo women,” Bush said.

Shots fired! Tom Brady once insulted the hotels in Buffalo and that resulted in this billboard going up to protest his next visit. Does that mean we’re going to see a billboard telling the women of Buffalo to stay away from Bush or escort services to turn down his business should be get a little lonely? We shall see.

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Bills Players Rave About Buffalo Fans Rocking Ralph Wilson Stadium

The Bills snapped a 15-game losing streak to the Patriots Sunday with a 34-31 win at home. Simply overcoming a 21-0 deficit makes the win special, but finally beating the Patriots made it spectacular. Buffalo had been thoroughly dominated by the Pats for years. New England had won 20 of their last 21 meetings with the Bills, so the victory had to feel like winning the Super Bowl for many fans.

Chris Kelsay, who is the only Bills player on the roster who was with the team the last time they had beaten the Patriots (in 2003), called it the biggest win of his career. Running back Fred Jackson ran around the field waving a Bills flag after the win, and the goal posts had to be lowered to keep fans from pulling them down. It was like a college atmosphere in Buffalo.

After the win, Bills players raved on Twitter about the amazing energy from the fans.

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You Stay Classy, Bills Fans

The word “fan” is short for a word we often forget — fanatic. That term is more appropriate for the people who vandalized Leodis McKelvin’s lawn following the Bills’ loss on Monday night to the Patriots. Yes McKelvin made a HUGE error when he fumbled the kickoff following a Tom Brady to Ben Watson touchdown pass late in the game that made the score 24-19, but did he single-handedly lose the game for the team? Of course not. Even if he did, that in no way merits what some Bills fans did to his home:

Police were investigating the vandalism at McKelvin’s home in the upscale Briercliff Estates subdivision off Amsdell Road but declined to say anything more about the incident.

The vandalism apparently consisted of the score — 25-24 — and a graphic depiction of the male anatomy scrawled in white paint on McKelvin’s front lawn.

Yeah, real class there, Buffalo. I can’t even begin to say how inappropriate that behavior is. What did these guys have six figures on the game? Do they think McKelvin was intentionally trying to lose the game? OK, bad question — we all know he was just playing the game according to Goodell’s script. But I don’t care what an athlete does wrong, this is crossing a line that should never be crossed — into someone’s personal life.