Is there a man on your Father's Day gift list who is a die-hard Buffalo Bills fan, someone who has stuck with them through all the bad seasons, hoping that this is the year they make the playoffs again? For that true-blue Bills fan, check out this selection of five gift ideas, available at the Yahoo! Sports Shop.
Mitchell & Ness Red Arch Rivals Full Zip Hoodie Sweatshirt - Get him ready for the cool fall games with this vintage-style hoodie, made of 100-percent cotton with two front pouch pockets and distressed screen print graphics. This heavy-duty sweatshirt will be well worth the $89.95 price tag when he's wearing it for cold games at "The Ralph" or to play touch football with his friends.
Coleman 50-Can Rolling Cooler - Get him ready for tailgating season with this huge cooler from Coleman. Its dimensions are 13.25"x9.75"x15" and will easily get all your favorite beverages to the party. Complete with wheels, carry handles, a retractable pulling handle and extra pockets for storage, it's a party-on-the-go for Bills fans anywhere for just $59.95.
Championship Series Watch - A stylish men's watch with the Bills' logo on a brilliant red face with glow-in-the-dark hands, this is an affordable yet thoughtful gift at only $39.95. Featuring a faux-leather (polyurethane) strap and stainless steel back and buckle, the watch is water resistant up to 3 ATM an comes gift-ready in a black watch box.
2-Pack Headrest Covers - Help him show off his Bills spirit with these Buffalo Bills headrest covers (one size fits most headrests). Made of soft elastic fabric and featuring an embroidered Bills logo, these officially-licensed headrests cost just $21.95.
Riddell Throwback Suspension Full-Size Helmet - For the fan who enjoys collecting pieces of the Bills' past, this full-size helmet is a must-have, but will set you back $159.95. This piece can be the centerpiece of his fan zone, complete with throwback graphics and vintage two-bar face mask.
Paula is a life-long resident of Buffalo, New York who remembers the Bills' glory days of the 1990s.