5. Game changers welcome
Bills linebacker Lorenzo Alexander is what all athletes strive to be. A difference maker on the field and a leader in the Western New York community, Alexander was recently announced as the Buffalo Bills 2018 Walter Payton Man of the Year. On game day, Alexander will be recognized on the scoreboard for the great achievement and celebrated for all the work he does to ensure that positive change continues to happen around him.
4. Some seriously cool kicks in the house…
Tomorrow when the Bills take on the Jets for the second time this season, they'll do so in style. In celebration of the NFL's "My Cause My Cleats" program, which allows athletes to customize their game day footwear to represent the causes they care about, many Bills players, coaches and staff members will be rocking unique shoes. With each pair designed to tell a story and raise awareness for a charity, the guys will have a lot to play for.
In Week 14, many Bills players will take part in the NFL's "My Cause My Cleats" initiative. Each player customized a pair of cleats in honor of a cause they are passionate about, to wear during the game. Click through to see each unique design and discover the stories behind their cleats.
3. …Along with some very special guests
Not only will the Bills be showcasing their support for a wide range of causes on their cleats and sneaks, many of them will also have representatives from the respective organizations at the game! Prior to kickoff, the Bills will welcome guests of Lorenzo Alexander, Josh Allen, Dion Dawkins, Charles Clay, Jerry Hughes, Pat DiMarco, Reid Ferguson, Stephen Hauschka, Micah Hyde, Ryan Groy, Kyle Williams and more to the field for a special pregame ceremony.
2. Zay day
Bills second-year wide receiver Zay Jones is emerging as an offensive weapon that rookie quarterback Josh Allen can rely upon. Last week, Jones had himself a day when he caught four passes for 67 yards and two touchdowns and got a two-point conversion. If Jones can repeat the performance this Sunday, he'll become the first Bill to have consecutive games with two touchdowns since 1995.
1. Defend. Our. Dirt.
The Bills are back at New Era Field this weekend for the first of three December home games. As they look to defend their dirt and send the Jets back to New York, they'll have help from the league's top passing defense. Currently the Bills have only allowed 130 yards or less of passing for four straight games. With help from safety Jordan Poyer who is just one of two safeties in the NFL with at least, one forced fumble, one sack and three interceptions this season, their working to extend the streak to five.