5. Roscoe returns home
Former Bills wide receiver and punt returner Roscoe Parrish will be in the house this Sunday. Coming back to his old stomping grounds, Parrish, who spent the 2005-2011 seasons with the Bills, will trade in his on-field duties for his turn as the 'Leader of the Charge.' An exciting player to watch throughout his time in Buffalo, fans can once again cheer for Parrish as he waves the Bills flag and helps pump up the team prior to kickoff.
4. It's all about YOU
This week, the Bills will have a chance to end the 2018 season the right way, with a win against the Miami Dolphins. To make things even more exciting, you'll have a chance to win too, Bills fans! It's the annual Fan Appreciation Day game and there will be 1,200 great prizes given away at New Era Field through the My One Buffalo app. All fans can enjoy half price concession items such as hot chocolate, water, popcorn and peanuts as well. For more information and to learn what you need to do to set yourself up to win a prize, click here.
3. Poyer on patrol
Since joining the Bills in 2017, safety Jordan Poyer has become a staple of the team's secondary. A threat to opposing quarterbacks, Poyer already has four interceptions this season. With one more, the Oregon State product will become the first Bill since Nate Odomes to record consecutive seasons with five or more picks.
2. Super Josh doing super things
Bills rookie signal caller Josh Allen has had some impressive performances in his short time with the team. One of Allen's most memorable outings this season came in Week 13 during the team's first meeting with the 'fins. Despite the loss, he tallied a noteworthy 135 yards on the ground and set a franchise record for rushing yards by a quarterback. He also managed 231 passing yards and two touchdowns. This time, as he looks to lead the Bills to a victory, Allen has another chance to make history. With just 45 rushing yards, he'll hold the Bills' record for the most rushing yards by a QB in a season.
1. The end of an era
*Insert 'we're not crying, you're crying' meme here*
Get your tissues ready, Bills fans. It's the end of an era in Orchard Park. Longtime defensive tackle Kyle Williams, one of the most beloved players to ever wear a Bills uniform, is officially calling it a career after 13 remarkable years. A five-time Pro Bowler, Williams has wowed fans for years with his unwavering effort and dedication to the team and to the city, and fans will have one last chance to see No. 95 do what he does best this Sunday. To celebrate his legacy, fans attending the game can pick up a copy of the Bills Game Day program, which contains a keepsake poster of him (limited quantities available). Additionally, the 50-50 will be selling 95 tickets for $20.