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  1. Interesting how none of the talking head national analysts or WGR “experts” talked about Bosa disrupting this game
  2. Bottom line is that Sal knows no more about football than me or the average fan. For him to think he can cut people off and dismiss legitimate points because he's Sal Capaccio and used to coach football is arrogant. I guess people on this board are sheltered. Get outside of Western New York a bit. Sal is in the bottom of his field.
  3. They lost to the Jaguars and Texans in the playoffs. We should have won both games. Why does nobody want to talk about this? Of course, Sal dismisses it.
  4. You are entitled to your opinion, as am I. I can't stand listening to the guy, which is unfortunate because he's definitely connected to the team and has inside information.
  5. Completely disagree. I listen every morning and have a different take.
  6. Problem is that his takes are often bad and doesn't want to have a holistic discussion about the team. Someone bringing up a point about the lack of quality wins (including 0-2 against two very beatable playoff opponents) is a legitimate conversation. There is no reason for him to not engage on that topic other than to be the media arm of One Bills Drive considering it doesn't fit the overall narrative.
  7. I can see Sal as the kind of guy who walks into a bar like he's hot stuff because he's a sideline reporter. That's the kind of vibe he gives off. Having lived around the U.S. and listened to countless sports talk radio and beat reporters, we can do far better.
  8. True, although he has about 10% of the knowledge and isn't nearly as entertaining. Actually, not, it's a Sal Capaccio problem. Bills fans deserve better than a self-appointed press secretary for McBeane. He not only talks down to callers, he also talks down to Howard and Jeremy in the AM.
  9. Not sure about anyone else, but I'm getting pretty tired of Sal Capaccio on WGR. While he's very passionate about the Bills and Western New York, he comes across as extremely arrogant and thinks he's a self-appointed spokesman for the Bills. He routinely dismisses callers who make valid points - this morning, someone called in wanting to talk about the few playoff teams the Bills have defeated during McDermott's tenure and Sal immediately cut him off and said the point wasn't relevant. When callers call in and it's unclear what they are trying to say, he starts screaming. Admittedly, this can be frustrating but it comes across as arrogance. It's also kind of tiring listening to him try to justify / explain every move the Bills make as if he's McBean's press secretary with the attitude of "you must listen to me because I'm a sideline reporter and used to coach football." Given his role is so visible on WGR, I certainly hope this is a position that eventually gets upgraded.
  10. I’m waiting for someone’s weekly post about his matchup win rate
  11. Ticks me off they have fans in the stands and we don’t
  12. This league continues to baffle me. We have video proof of Titans breaking NFL protocol but the broadcast crew finds the need to state that Roger said no protocols were knowingly broken. What a joke. Let's beat the tar out of these guys.
  13. People's fascination with the Cowboys is disgusting. Always has been. Given they're on TV all the time, I get to see how awful their defense is. It's epic how bad it is.
  14. I find it interesting how Bills players have been expressing concern for Titans players, talking about friends on the team, etc. Seems the outrage is with the fans and not the players.
  15. I'm just glad we signed a FA CB who didn't quit at halftime.
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