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transplantbillsfan

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  1. By the Josh Allen standard it was mediocre, yes. Mediocre does not mean bad. And note everything I said afterwards that you left out. He put the team on his back to win that game. And that's pretty much what he always does at this point. But you can't pretend a game where he completes 53% of his passes, throws for 213 yards and just 1 TD and 1 INT is a "really good", "great" or "spectacular" game overall. It's not. Yes there were drops and tipped balls, but not 17 of both. And some of those drops he could have taken a little steam off the wet ball in the rainy weather to help his WRs... who still should have caught the ball. Yet, he was Superman when he needed to be despite what I thought was pretty subpar (we can parse this word if you want to as well ) playcalling by Dorsey--that 4th & 1 was a thing of beauty even though I wish Dorsey would learn what a QB sneak is.. Also, in keeping with the theme of this thread, this was a notch in Josh's cap for the race for MVP with his Herculean effort (words you maybe neglected to read to win that game pretty much by himself... at least on offense.
  2. Allen has his own bar set for himself. Some passes were off and he put too much heat on some others that our WRs should still have caught. I didn't say or mean Allen was bad. But he was better last week in a L. Allen is why we won today, obviously. He's also why we were in the game last week. I actually think he's the MVP a quarter of the way through the season.
  3. Wow! So last week despite a Herculean effort on Allen’s part some posters latched onto a single missed pass. Today was I think a fairly mediocre game by Allen--though he wasn't helped AT ALL by his WRs--yet he executes his greatest come from behind victory of his career. Sooo... guessing these posters are loving him this week...???
  4. All white in a rainstorm on a grass field. Time to get dirty!
  5. No, you're supposed to do your own work rather than believing what other people say. Cross reference and confirm things that other people tell you. Here are links to 3 websites that are not "random guy(s)" on the Internet you should have looked at after hearing whatever you heard from "Professionals" before making a fool of yourself here. https://www.pro-football-reference.com/awards/ap-nfl-mvp-award.htm http://www.espn.com/nfl/superbowl/history/winners http://www.espn.com/nfl/superbowl/history/mvps Maybe you should stop doubling and tripling down. It's a bad look.
  6. Through 3 games he might be the best LB in the NFL.
  7. Your agenda is blinding you. Pretty sure agendas on this board violate CoC. Just ignore me already. Save yourself some face.
  8. Yeah... that whole "Google" thing that confirms you're completely wrong via multiple triangulated websites should be trusted less than those 2 or 3 talking heads you blindly trusted 1 play out of 70. If we wind up 12-5 to 16-1, this is going to be looked back upon as the Herculean effort it was on Josh's part and a notch in the MVP cap
  9. Stupid line of thinking when it comes to facts. Really stupid. Stop. Just stop. You're making a fool of yourself
  10. Yes... trust what they say on TV. It's good practice on your part to not think critically and look things up before trying to convince other people it's true.
  11. No, he wouldn't be. Try to avoid latching onto stuff Shady says. He often says things that are just blatantly false. He really needs to learn how to use Google. Bart Starr Terry Bradshaw Joe Montana Emmitt Smith Steve Young Terrell Davis Kurt Warner All won NFL MVP and Super Bowl MVP in the same year
  12. Bruh... are you going senile? We've covered this. The simple answer is not none... unless you're living in your own made up world. Bart Starr Terry Bradshaw Mark Mosely Lawrence Taylor Joe Montana Steve Young Emmitt Smith Brett Favre All were the NFL MVP and won the Super Bowl in the same year. Terrell Davis Kurt Warner
  13. https://theathletic.com/3628838/2022/09/25/bills-dolphins-observations?source=user-shared-article 2. Allen played the part of a horror movie villain to the Dolphins Although the Bills blew plenty of chances to win the game, you can’t help but be impressed by how Allen constantly refused to allow the game to get away from them in the second half. Outside of his mistake that missed McKenzie in the end zone, Allen continued to keep drives alive even when it seemed like the Dolphins were finally about to get him off the field. It was quite reminiscent of a stereotypical horror movie villain. Regardless of all the times a viewer thinks the villain had perished — even in the most definitive of ways — the main character would turn around to see the villain standing right behind them, waiting to strike once again. Unfortunately for the Bills, that villain script remained accurate right to the end, as eventually Allen and his team fell short and lost. It was a remarkable performance by Allen, and one deserving of a victory in most games. Despite three separate offensive linemen leaving the contest due to injury, Allen was mainly unflappable against the Dolphins’ pressure. He threw for 400 yards and rushed for 47 more. Allen converted on eight separate third downs in the second half alone, and all eight were by his doing. The running game, outside of a random 43-yard gain by Zack Moss, was inoperable for long stretches of the game. Allen completed a pass to 11 different Bills receivers, the full amount of running backs, receivers and tight ends the team made active for the game. Heck, it even looked like he was injured at one point, only for him to come back on the field for the final offensive series and got into Dolphins territory in five plays. And while the Bills had a rotating cast of characters almost everywhere on the field, Allen remained the constant all day. Now it certainly wasn’t perfect, and there were a couple of questionable throws from Allen during the day, this loss does not fall on him. He did almost everything he could for a win. To help Allen, the team needs to figure out what’s going on with their rushing attack and how they fell short so many times during the contest. But one thing is sure, Allen is a special player who nearly served up a Bills victory despite an unusual number of injuries around him. If he plays anywhere close to how he did against the Dolphins most weeks, the Bills will have an opportunity to win every game they play this season. Bills MVP: QB Josh Allen – He did almost everything for the Bills, and nearly helped them win a game where the odds were against them.
  14. Absolutely loved seeing that. Team really cares from coaches down to players
  15. Ummmm... so what would you call Allen’s performance today, then? Just give us a grade: A, B, C, D, or F
  16. Who are you referring to?? I wrote the OP. I wrote my thoughts of the Fins performance. Please direct our attention to anywhere I used the words you said I used as it relates to the Miami game.
  17. Still think that was a catch. 2 feet down with control before the ball is stripped. Couldn't believe it wasn't even talked about on the broadcast, much less challenged.
  18. Man... what a heartbreaker. I understand the final score, but does anyone really feel Miami was the better team today? Play that game anywhere other than a field with a heat index of 100 degrees and Buffalo wins that 9/10 times even with the backups we started the game with. Can't believe Bass missed that FG. Can't believe McDermott didn't challenge that Davis catch in the EZ... thought it was pretty clear he controlled it. Yet, despite all the heat and injuries and heat related injuries, Josh still nearly pulled it off. We need to actually start winning these close ones...
  19. I'm bummed for Hyde, but I'm also really excited at the notion of seeing Johnson. He's just always done good things when he's gotten on the field.
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