Name the Bills "Jump into the Stands" After a Touchdown!

October 1, 2011 Updated Oct 1, 2011 at 9:39 AM EDT

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Name the Bills "Jump into the Stands" After a Touchdown!

October 1, 2011 Updated Oct 1, 2011 at 9:39 AM EDT

Buffalo, NY (WKBW)

Some of the latest ideas from Western New York fans:

I think the name for the jump should be the " JUBILATION JUMP!" I hope you select this name.

How about "The Ralph rump jump"?

How about the BUFFBILLEAP OR BUFFALEAP thanks Bill

Hi again, Here are a few more. Thanks, Marty
" The Flying Hi-Five "
" Into 12th Man Land "
" The Humpty Dumpty "
"The 12th Man Maul "

Two ideas for Bills scores.....
Rompin' at the Ralph
Or
Rumblin' at the Ralph
Dave Ray

How about: the "Touchdown Take-off" or the "Touchdown Launch" for the leap into the stands after a touchdown?
Mary Lou Plesac
Olean, NY

I also like, 'The Gailey-Rally'...

What else can it be but The Buffalo Bounce . We have bounced back, time and time again. Not just football but in a lot of ways.Never count us out.

THE RALPH ROMP. OR
RALPH'S. RAMPAGE

I think the leap into the stands by bills players should be called the Buffalo Bolt .
Steve Gill

RALPH ROCKET
WILSON WALL-UP

LEAP OF BILLieve
Thanks,
Rick
Westfield NY

Hello,my suggestion for naming the Bills' TD jump into the crowd is: "The Ralph Drive Dive" or "The Ralph TD Drive Dive"! Hope it's catchy enough and if it sticks we'll be doing a lot more of it at "The Ralph"! Sincerely,Andrew Carter

" The 12th Man Jam " (new)

" Crackin The 6-Pack " (6, as in points) (Pack, as in fans/people)

" Lake Erie Leap "

" A Squall at the Wall "

The Buffalo Bounce

Submitted By:
Michael Scherrer
North Buffalo

THE BOOMER-RANG

Proud Plunge
"Tatonka" Tumble
Stampede Stomp
Buffalo Wallow

BILLS BOUNCE~~~~~~~~~ Thanks! BOB BANKS

How about: "The Buffalo Bounce"
"The Junior Jump" (Ralph Wilson, Jr.)
"The Ralph Romp"

You were looking for a good name for when the Bills jump into the fans---how about calling what they do "The Buffalo Trampoline" Kevin George

THE BUFFALO HERD HUG OR JUST “THE HERD HUG”

The Bills back slapper or the buffalo back slide

Sue Lush, RN from Coudersport: The Buffalo Rebound, the Wilson Rebound, or the Daily Rebound.
Dave Lush from Coudersport: The Chan Clan Roundup, The 80,000 player huddle.

" The 12th Man Tango "

" The Ball At The Wall "

" The Fan Jam "

The Big Buffalo Bills Bounce or The WILSON WOMP!

THE BUFFALO BOUNCE!

How about the Buffalo Thumper?
Carol Newton
Niagara-on-the lake, Ontario

How about the Buffalo Thumper?
Carol Newton
Niagara-on-the lake, Ontario

I think the Bills touchdown celebration should be the "Rockpile Round-up".
Anthony Russell
Grand Island

Kathi Schemm
i wanted to add my buffalo bounce suggestion. I thought of "the comeback zone"

Steve Johnson the wilson hop

Christine King Really like the Buffalo bounce

Daniel Illig
Name for bills jumpinging into stands after a touchdown. Jive Jumping Bills
Rob Kennery
Rockpile Pinnacle Throne; Rockpile Roost; Rockpile Pinnacle Leap; Rockpile VIP

The Buffalo Bills leap into the crowd should be called “The Buffalo Cuddle”.
Darlene S.
East Aurora

For naming the ‘Jump into the Stands” how about the HERD HOP!!!!!
Thank you,
Mary Karen Scibetta

I think the t.d. celebration should be called The Ralph Rump Rester

Bills Bounce

Buffalo "Herd"
Fran Eoannou
Amherst, NY 14228

"The Bill's Bound"

How 'bout, The Gailey-"Rally" ....for the jump after a TD ...GO BILLS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Hi I would like to name the Bills jump The Buffalo Stand-pede. Thanks from Rochelle age 11

Hi everyone - How about the "Ralph Rebound(er)"?? Watch you everyday here in Wellsville NY.

The Buffalo Bound
Bryan M.Thuman
Border Patrol Agent
Sumas, Washington

How about the "Me Too"

Leap of Faith

Buffalo Bounce

Legacy Leap

Jubilant Jump

The Fly

Superman Soar

Fan-de-moment

Ebullient Embrace

Buffalo Bond

Buffalo Basking

The Buffalo Wing Wing

Me and my friend Nick were watching the game and named it the Ralph-up

The "strive for five dive" - my name recommendation for when Bills players jump up into the stands after a touchdown.
Thanks,
Doug Williamson