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Last Year's Rank: 57
Title Track: 101
Fan Relations: 117
Stadium Experience: 102
Bang for the Buck: 44
A Bills home game in Toronto! What's more sacrilegious than that? Try a December home game played in Toronto's balmy 72-degree dome. Owner Ralph Wilson has assured fans the Bills won't be moving until buffalo fly, but the words of a 90-year-old aren't reassuring, especially with six more games slated up north in the next four years. The curious case of Dick Jauron provides a similar example of suit indifference to fan suffering. Even though he was derided by fans for poor game management and exhibits all the animation of a mannequin, Jauron was re-signed before New Year's. On the plus side, fans have their wallets wrenched less than their hearts. The cost of a full price seat in Buffalo pays for just two-fifths of a Pats chair. But still, the Bills in a dome!!! "If you're a seasoned veteran at the Ralph, you put on 40 layers, step out into the elements, and if you're at a good party with good food and people, you feel pretty indomitable," says Brian Galliford of Buffalo Rumblings. "Cold weather defines our city and our football team. We wear the weather proudly on our outermost sleeve when the Bills play games in the winter … oh and the beer stays cold." Hmmm, 72-degree beer -- sounds awesome!
LeBron James wouldn't let a shooting slump and a variety of injuries stop him from scoring 37 points and propelling Cleveland to the cusp of the NBA Finals.
LeBron James vehemently defended Cavs point guard Matthew Dellavedova on Sunday against any suggestion that he is a dirty player.
The Atlanta Hawks' Al Horford was ejected after receiving a flagrant 2 foul after bringing his arm down on a falling Matthew Dellavedova late in the first half.
The Minnesota Vikings will open their optional team practices this week without Adrian Peterson.
Carl Edwards held off Greg Biffle on Saturday night to win NASCAR's longest race, the Coca-Cola 600.
The Lightning scored twice in the second period and Ben Bishop saved all 26 Rangers shots to push Tampa Bay to a 3-2 Eastern Conference finals lead and within one win of the Stanley Cup finals.
The Yankees honored Bernie Williams prior to Sunday night's game against the Rangers, officially retiring his No. 51 and unveiling his plaque that will reside in Monument Park at Yankee Stadium.
Roger Federer was upset that a selfie-seeking fan approached him on center court Sunday after his first-round victory at the French Open.
Jim Bowden lays out the 20 players most likely to be dealt by July 31, including a trade likeliness rating, interested teams and best fit for each guy.
Chuck Horne, owner of the Eagle Brook Saloon in Norfolk, Massachusetts, debuted the Free Brady Blonde IPA in support of suspended Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and defiance of the NFL's penalty.
The Warriors responded on Friday to a lawsuit brought against the team and Ticketmaster by ticket resale site StubHub by filing a motion to dismiss the case.
Steven Stamkos' game has bounced back to the point where he's got his Lightning one win away from the Stanley Cup finals.
Dozens of New England Patriots fans filled a parking lot at Gillette Stadium to protest the four-game suspension handed to quarterback Tom Brady over the "Deflategate" scandal.
As frustrating as it has been for Carl Edwards since his move to Joe Gibbs Racing, it was just as sweet to win when the stars aligned in his favor on Sunday night at the Coca-Cola 600.
Circumstances and youth in 2000 meant Juan Pablo Montoya didn't really revel in his first Indianapolis 500 victory. Winning his second one Sunday was much sweeter.