10. There's snow place like home
If there's one city that's used to the snow and cold, it's Buffalo, N.Y. This game day it looks like the Bills are in store for a healthy mix of both as they get ready for the Browns.
9. Back in blue
While the winter weather could have fans seeing a lot of white this weekend, the Bills will be sporting an all blue uniform combination. Here's a peak.
8. 'Tis the season
Nothing says the holidays like carolers! This game there will be carolers performing some of your favorite holiday tunes inside TOYOTA Gate 2, Pepsi Gate 3, Tim Hortons Gate 5 and M&T Bank Gate 6.
7. Shane Conlan back to lead the charge
Former Bills linebacker Shane Conlan will be back home at New Era Field as the Leader of the Charge this weekend. Conlan, a Western New York native and proven defensive playmaker, will be standing proudly over the tunnel to welcome the Bills to the field.
6. Lorenzo Alexander reporting for duty
Bills linebacker Lorenzo Alexander is leading the team in sacks with 10.0 on the campaign. A versatile player, Alexander has proven himself a threat on defense and special teams. Even though he'll be working against a veteran in OT Joe Thomas, expect Alexander to make his presence known.
5. Taking care of business
Playing at New Era Field for the second consecutive week, the Bills will be prepared to do what it takes to defend their turf and secure a win against the visiting Browns.
4. We're celebrating the 2016 Bills Walter Payton Man of the Year
For the work he does both on the field and in the Western New York community, the Bills selected center Eric Wood as the team's 2016 Walter Payton Man of the Year. To celebrate his achievements, Wood will be recognized during the Week 15 pregame ceremony.
3. Kyle Williams could be back in the lineup
After missing last week's game due to a back injury, Bills DT Kyle Williams could make a return this week. Although he's listed as questionable, it was encouraging to see the veteran participating on a limited basis in practice on Friday.
2. Bills Run Deep
Averaging 154.6 yards rushing per game, the Bills are on pace to tie and possibly break a long standing rushing record this season. Currently, the team has amassed 24 touchdowns on the ground and only needs two more to tie the 1975 record for the most in franchise history. With LeSean McCoy and Mike Gillislee leading the way, the record could be tied as early as Sunday.
1. It's all about the fans!
This game day at New Era Field is the Bills annual Fan Appreciation game! To thank Bills fans for their continued loyalty and support, more than 2,500 prizes will be awarded. All winners will be My One Buffalo members selected through the Bills Mobile App. it's not too late to sign up and be eligible!
Click here for details on how you can register and win.