10. It's fall!
The forecast calls for a cloudy 62 degree day. That's football weather. We can smell it now.
9. Darby enters month two.
If month number one as a pro was any indication, look out for this "rookie" (psht, look at those stats) to have a stellar second month in the NFL. He's stepped in for the injured Leodis McKelvin and proven he's the real deal.
8. Los goes for cuatro.
He's a rookie, but he sure isn't playing like one. Karlos Williams has scored a touchdown in every single game so far this season. With LeSean McCoy sitting out this game, Williams will continue to fill big shoes and keep his touchdown streak alive when he tries to go for four touchdowns in as many games on Sunday.
7. We're home sweet home. #RockTheRalph
Away games are for resting your voice, your grill, your Zubaz and your energy. What you conserved last week, you better be ready to unleash this week when the Bills return to their home crowd at the only place you'd ever want to spend a Sunday afternoon.
6. Real men wear pink.
Upon entry into Sunday's game, you'll receive a famed pink ECMC and ADPRO Sports Yowie rallywear. How you choose to wear it is up to you. Get creative!
Additionally, 50 breast cancer survivors will line Stampede Row to greet Bills players as they run onto the field just before the start of the game.
That's what we'll be if (we know, 'when,' but we don't want to count our ducks before the hatch!) we beat the Giants, and that's what you call winning the first quarter of the season.
As they say, if you win every quarter, you win the game – the game in this case being a playoff berth.
3. We like the taste of NFC victories.
Last year, the Bills beat all four of the NFC opponents (Bears, Wikings, Lions, Packers). With the first of the 2015 NFC challengers coming to town, the Bills will look to go 5/5 and continue the streak into this season.
2. You can celebrate your title.
This week, to nobody's surprise in Western New York, Yahoo named Bills tailgating the best in the NFL. Wear your crown proudly and tailgate safely on Sunday, whether in the sold out camper lot or the expansive selection of lots surrounding the Ralph.