The Bills New Stadium Is Ridiculously Expensive

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St. Louis could easily be a thorn in their side because it's likely the deal there will be a lot better than what Pegula is offering the market up there. Also, rumors of San Antonio appear to be a possibility.
 

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St. Louis could easily be a thorn in their side because it's likely the deal there will be a lot better than what Pegula is offering the market up there. Also, rumors of San Antonio appear to be a possibility.
Is the league in a mood to make St. Louis feel better?
 

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Is the league in a mood to make St. Louis feel better?
That's sort of the question, but it's all about money as we know. Pegula ain't getting jack squat from NY, so his hard line stance means nothing. This is literally the reason why, for 20 years, why they haven't gotten a new stadium.
 

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i'd feel bad for buff if team moved. man...i saw up close what it did here in cle.
 

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i'd feel bad for buff if team moved. man...i saw up close what it did here in cle.
The one thing to watch is the NFL is talking about an expansion team, so if that happens and Buffalo moves, it may be they get shutout completely because of where they are. Buffalo isn't exactly an economic hotbed.

The whole point it being Pegula in the first place was that he is local, but if he's going to be cheap, it doesn't make sense that he invested in the franchise in the first place. Jon Bon Jovi may have been a better option for their fans. He also owns the Sabres which is also a poor franchise.

Throw in Josh Allen's contract and cap hell for them upcoming off a crap draft this year, and they could be in real trouble. If we beat them once or possibly twice, they could be in trouble.
 
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