ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) - The Buffalo Bills are finally home after spending much of the first 10 weeks of the season playing on the road. And center Eric Wood wonders if anyone will bother showing up unless they start playing better.
Noting that money's tight and winter's coming, Wood wouldn't blame anyone for staying away.
If the Bills (3-6) intend to re-energize their fan base and show they're capable of making a second-half run, it begins Thursday night, when they host AFC East rival Miami (4-5).
It's a game that opens a stretch in which Buffalo will play five of its final seven at home - including an annual game at Toronto.
How much support the Bills get remains a concern. They've yet to sell out their final three games at Ralph Wilson Stadium.

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