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  1. The Bills Blog

    Bills Release Peterman

    Please don't sign him to the practice squad, Bills. Please just be done. Let him go to the Alliance of American Football and rebuild his reputation there.
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    Comments about Nathan Peterman being a "good guy"

    Oh, Beast of the East, you slay me! I've been reading your posts since 2004, but now I must let you go because you personally insulted me! It's been a good 14 years. 😁😁
  3. I don't think we'll beat Miami on the road.
  4. The Bills Blog

    Comments about Nathan Peterman being a "good guy"

    This goes back also to Pegula describing McDermott as a "faith-based leader." Using that as a selling point for a coach of a football team seems really strange.
  5. The Bills Blog

    Comments about Nathan Peterman being a "good guy"

    The question is really, when we hear that Peterman is a good guy, why is the first evidence of that often, "He's a person of faith?" Even teammates say this -- "he's very religious" I believe I remember Zay Jones saying, as if it's something that guys respect more than someone who is not religious.
  6. On the radio—whether it be Sal Capacchio, Steve Tasker, Bulldog, or guests on various shows—we often hear Nathan Peterman described as a "good guy," and it closely follows that he is a "person of faith." Why is being a person of faith synonymous with being a good guy? Is the implication that NOT being a person of faith makes one less of a good guy? Does Nathan Peterman's individual religious choice make him a "good guy" in our society? Does this speak to a societal bias towards Christianity?
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    The Bills now have the Number 1 Defense in the League

    Lol. I can't wait to bring this thread back next year. 😂
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    The Bills now have the Number 1 Defense in the League

    I'm sorry, but that's just not how it works. Again, I am referring ONLY to defensive ranking in terms of yards allowed. The Bills may well be a better defense next year in terms of points allowed or other measures, but they will not be the "#1 defense" because this is based on yards. It never works this way in the NFL. When you have a great offense, you typically have a middle-of-the-road defense statistically. Again, the Bills do have a great defense. That is not at argument.
  9. The Bills Blog

    2019 Offensive Line

    Miller, Groy, and Mills are all free agents. It would be embarrassing to re-sign any of them. Bodine will probably return as starter, and Ducasse is still under contract and will likely stick around for depth. We'll need a starting RG and C as well as a backup C and swing tackle.
  10. On FNIA, Harrison said Vrabel knew how to beat Brady because he saw it in practice years ago: pressure up the middle. Patricia also did a number on Brady earlier this year. If it's that simple, why isn't everyone doing it?
  11. The Bills Blog

    The Bills now have the Number 1 Defense in the League

    Well, stats are all I'm referring to. I agree that they're a good defense.
  12. The Bills Blog

    The Bills now have the Number 1 Defense in the League

    I guarantee that we won't have the #1 defense at this time next year, and one of the reasons will be the improvement of the offense. That's all.
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    The Bills now have the Number 1 Defense in the League

    Wow, seriously? Please break down how this is stupid. Coincidentally, Mike Schopp said the same thing post-game. When you're down big, teams let the foot off the gas, therefore gaining fewer yards. The stat we're talking about is total yards. Yours is the stupid post, bud.
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    Bills vs. Jets Postgame

    Pretty sure I see part of a very large nipple on the left breast.
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    The Bills now have the Number 1 Defense in the League

    Watch people cite this during the offseason, expecting a repeat performance next year. Those folks will be surprised when the standings are worse next year. The Bills are the number one defense because teams have let off the gas so much in second halves.
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