And a bunch of those seats were bought by some restauranteer there who is now trying to unload them. That will be a very neutral, quiet venue. Bills fans are already writing the season off, and won't be going in numbers to the game. Even if it's a home game for them, it's on the road. It's also a turf field inside, so that will neutralize any advantage for them there.
If there are more than 40K fans there, I'd be surprised.
Quotes on the subject:
"Years ago I went to the game when jets played the bills, one of the worst games I have ever been to. That same year I had season tickets to the bills. For the most part people just sat in their seats no one really got in to the game, nothing like a bills game at all."
"It looks like they decided to drop the capacity to 45k by tarping some seats in order to give the illusion of a sell out"
"The tickets are sold, they are now trying to dump them."
World Champion Seattle Seahawks football. It's an addiction, and there is no cure.