In recapping the Buffalo Bills most recent shellacking over the weekend, I used what I thought was appropriate language:

Another blowout, had zero chance, OMG! is it over yet?, please someone throw the towel in! loss for the Buffalo Bills on Sunday.

They've been outscored 103-20 in their last three games (needless to say, all losses). And this lack of competitiveness is affecting the value of Bills' re-sale tickets for those fans who can't stomach another flogging.

RochesterFirst.com reports tickets are available for remaining Bills home games for as little as $5 via Ticketmaster's NFL Ticket Exchange. When we looked, they were actually $6.

Those $6 tickets are available for Buffalo's season finale at New Era Field against Miami. Their December matchups with the AFC rival Jets, and the Detroit Lions start at $7 and $8, respectively.

If you want to get to Buffalo before the colder December weather kicks-in, you can watch the Bills host the Jaguars on November 25 for a whopping $12 per ticket.

In comparison, tickets for games for the 1-7 Giants will still run you almost $100. Fans of the awful Oakland Raiders - who are leaving California for Vegas at season's end - are still getting at least $28 per tickets on the re-sale market.