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Bills president Brandon says team will review benefits of playing in Toronto; team 1-5 there

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    Fans enter the Rogers Centre before the Buffalo Bills play the Atlanta Falcons in NFL football action in Toronto, Sunday Dec. 1, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Mark Blinch)The Associated Press

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    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson (13) fumbles as he is tackled by Atlanta Falcons cornerback Robert McClain (27) during the second half of an NFL football game on Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013, in Toronto. (AP Photo/Gary Wiepert)The Associated Press

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    A man throws a football at the tailgate party on Front Street before the Buffalo Bills play the Atlanta Falcons in NFL football action in Toronto, Sunday Dec. 1, 2013. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Mark Blinch)The Associated Press

Buffalo Bills president Russ Brandon is expressing concern over whether his team loses a competitive edge by playing annual home games in Toronto.

During his weekly show on Buffalo's WGR-AM on Wednesday, Brandon said "nothing comes above winning," before adding the benefits of the "Bills In Toronto" series will be "reviewed in a grand manner."

Brandon stopped short of saying whether the Bills would consider canceling the series or can opt out of the four remaining years of their deal with Rogers Communications.

Brandon's comments came after Buffalo dropped to 1-5 in regular-season games at Toronto following a 34-31 overtime loss to Atlanta on Sunday. The warm-weather Falcons played inside the domed Rogers Centre and avoided the wintry conditions in Buffalo.

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