The Buffalo Bills will be playing all eight of their home games at home this year.
That may sound redundant, but it's not for a team that has played one "home" game a season in Toronto the last several years.
The Bills and Toronto partner Rogers Communications announced Wednesday that they were suspending the series, which is supposed to run through 2017, for the upcoming season to allow both sides to figure out ways to enhance future games.
For the Bills, that means figuring out how to actually win games in Canada. Since the series started, the team has gone 1-5 across the border with the lone win coming against the Washington Redskins in 2011.