10. Thankful to be back at home
It's been nearly a month since the Bills played a game at New Era Field and it's safe to say they're thankful to be home. Playing in Buffalo, in weather characteristic of Western New York, before the best fans in the league, the Bills couldn't be happier.
9. Marrone in the house
Jacksonville Jaguars assistant head coach offense/offensive line coach Doug Marrone is no stranger to WNY. Marrone, former Bills head coach (2013-14), will be in familiar territory when he returns to Buffalo.
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7. Time for revenge
After the Jaguars escaped with a narrow 34-31 win over the Bills last season in London, Buffalo is seeking revenge. Back on their own turf, the Bills are prepared and expect to defend their house this Sunday.
6. Bills salute the troops
In honor of the NFL's Salute to Service campaign, the Bills will be adding camouflage to their blue on white look Week 12. The cause, one that recognizes military members for their service, is one that hits home for several Bills.
5. Salute to Service auction
Looking for game-worn and autographed Salute to Service merchandise? Now's your chance! The Buffalo Bills Foundation has launched its first ever Salute to Service auction on Bills Experience. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Buffalo Bills Foundation and will be designated to military and veteran organizations.
The auction will run from Friday, Nov. 25 through Sunday, Nov. 27.
You can bid now by clicking here. !
4. An unforgettable pregame ceremony
In addition to the team's camouflage attire, the Bills will be putting on quite a pregame ceremony in recognition of the Salute to Service initiative. The ceremony will kick off at 12:42 p.m. and include a Vietnam War commemoration, a full-field flag unfurl during the national anthem, a flyover and much more. Trust me, you won't want to miss this! !
3. Bills to honor Wall of Famer Bob Kalsu
On Sunday the Bills will also pay special tribute to Bob Kalsu, former Bills star offensive lineman who lost his life serving in the Vietnam War. In his memory, the Bills will host the Kalsu family on-field during the pregame ceremony. In attendance will be Bob Kalsu Jr. to receive an honorary game ball from Bills owner Kim Pegula.
2. Watkins back in the fold?
Earlier this week the Bills announced that elite wide out Sammy Watkins would be the player designated to return from the injured reserve list. With a few days of practice under his belt, head coach Rex Ryan is confident that Watkins is good to go. His presence in Buffalo's lineup would be a huge boost for the team's offensive unit.
1. Ready for a run
A victory against Jacksonville would be another step in the right direction for the Bills as they aim to stack up wins and make a run at the playoffs. The feat would put the Bills at 6-5 and above .500 for the first time since Week 7.