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Top 10 reasons to catch the Bills game this weekend


10. Home sweet home

Bills fans, the Bye Week blues are finally over! Bills football has returned to New Era Field and we couldn't be more excited.

9. Buckeyes in the building

The Buckeyes are checking in this weekend, as The Ohio State University Marching Band will perform during both pregame and halftime. The impressive group will have some tricks up their sleeve as they welcome the Bills onto the field.

8. It's Crucial Catch Week!

In recognition of the of the NFL's Crucial Catch initiative, the Bills have teamed up with ECMC this week to raise awareness and intercept cancer. On game day, the Bills will honor a group of 50 survivors in a special pregame ceremony. Bills fans, you won't want to miss this unforgettable moment.

7. The Yowie is back

As you gear up for Buffalo's Week 7 matchup, you'll be excited to know that the gate giveaway is a special edition Yowie, presented by ECMC and ADPRO Sports! The first 50,000 fans will receive one this Sunday. Check out the many ways you can wear one!

6. Tell us what you're fighting for

All fans can take part in the Crucial Catch campaign on game day at New Era Field, by declaring their fight through a special Snapchat filter!

5. Jerry Butler to Lead the Charge

Bills alumnus Jerry Butler, a wide receiver for the team from 1979-1986, will make his way back to the 716 this weekend as the Leader of the Charge. Look for Butler above the tunnel as he waves the Bills flag!

Check out photos of memorable Bills versus Buccaneers games through the years.

4. Hyde the ballhawk

Bills safety Micah Hyde has made some big plays this season. Leading the NFL in interceptions with four on the campaign, Hyde will look to rack up his fifth against the Bucs.

3. Hauschka kicking his way into the record books

Bills kicker Stephen Hauschka has certainly lived up to his nickname "Hausch Money." With 11 straight field goals from 50 or more yards, Hauschka needs one more successful long-distance kick to tie the NFL record of 12 consecutive.

2. Make way for McCoy

Bills running back LeSean McCoy is hunting for his first touchdown of the season. On the 10k chase, Shady is ready to put up some big yardage this weekend.

"I look forward to this week [and] having a big game," said McCoy. "It's about time, you know. It's about time."

1. Third time's a charm

After a few weeks away, the Bills are back and ready to defend their turf. Winning both of their first two home games, the Bills are prepared to make it three.

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