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Bills and Falcons headed to overtime, eh

Stevie Johnson, Robert McClain AP

The Falcons needed a few calls to tie the game, then they got a break to keep the Bills from winning it.

The Falcons tied the game on a Steven Jackson touchdown run (following a pass interference call in the end zone), but the Bills still had a good chance to leave with a win.

Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson fumbled away a reception that would have put his team in position for a reasonable game-winning field goal, leaving the game tied at 31 at the end of regulation in Canada.

Now the crowd at the Rogers Center gets to see a little free football.

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8 Responses to “Bills and Falcons headed to overtime, eh”
  1. pixelito says: Dec 1, 2013 7:35 PM

    LOL @ the Bills… Move to Canada already.

  2. thepftpoet says: Dec 1, 2013 7:41 PM

    The AFC east sucks

  3. hjb99992013 says: Dec 1, 2013 7:44 PM

    The Bills playing this game in Toronto is a vile abomination, as is the NFL rule book regarding pass interference. You can also include the Bills offensive play calling in the 4th quarter and their butterfingered receivers.

    The good news being Stevie can now spend more time working on on his TD celebration moves( in case such an event does occur), or planning for his next Tattoo

  4. proudlycanadian says: Dec 1, 2013 8:13 PM

    The referees sure made some strange calls in the fourth quarter that hurt the Bills. The one on Williams was a complete mystery. He was well off Gonzalez and certainly did not impede him as claimed by the ref.

  5. fatsolio says: Dec 1, 2013 8:20 PM

    I like when Americans talk about anything that takes place in a Canadian city and just refer to the location as Canada as like the entire country is just this little spot.

    Is it really too hard to type Toronto? When games are in London the sports media doesn’t refer to it as England as they actually use the city name…why can’t that be done with games in Toronto? Toronto is a very populated city, one of the top ten in North America so it isn’t like these games take place in some back road hick town.

    Then again most Americans think Canadians live in igloos because it snows 365 days a year so I suppose I can’t expect much from a country mainly full of idiots. USA! Freedom fries!

  6. raiderapologist says: Dec 1, 2013 9:15 PM

    fatsolio says: Dec 1, 2013 8:20 PM

    I like when Americans talk about anything that takes place in a Canadian city and just refer to the location as Canada as like the entire country is just this little spot.
    ————
    Why does America’s hat have American Internet access? Can’t we install a flannel filter filter, eh? They don’t even know how to make bacon up there.

  7. wisconsinhillfolk says: Dec 1, 2013 10:41 PM

    The mayor of the most populace and prominent city in Canadia smokes crack.

  8. ecarlso8 says: Dec 2, 2013 9:30 AM

    The bs pass interference call on the Bills was huge but the fumbles were killer.

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