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WILSON TO STRAIGHTEN OUT THE ILLS THAT PLAGUE THE BILLS
Published December 11, 1997
Bills Owner Ralph Wilson "promised" to make "aggressive changes this offseason," according to Leo Roth of the Rochester DEMOCRAT & CHRONICLE. With the future of the Bills in Western N.Y. "tied to a new lease that's contingent on the sale of luxury seating, a winning product is now more critical than ever." The Bills have had just four sellouts this season, and 35,000 tickets remain for this Sunday's game against the Jaguars. Wilson: "People shouldn't lose faith or look upon the team negatively. Fans are down, sure. So am I" (Rochester DEMOCRAT & CHRONICLE, 12/10).