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MJS

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  1. It's really weird. It almost feels like he isn't actually part of the team because of the weird situation and because he wasn't with the team at all in the off season. I kind of forget about him because we punt so little, then he comes out and gets a good punt and I'm like "Hey! I remember you! Nice punt!" He has been doing a great job. Kudos to him.
  2. Feel free, if you have a good case.
  3. Everyone's coach and everyone's GM. Somehow, you all aren't making millions of dollars for any football teams. So weird...
  4. No, I just think some Bills fans have become a little spoiled. Go watch other NFL games and see how anemic those offenses are.
  5. We've had great defenses before, but never had a QB to score enough points. Sorry, but the guy who handles the ball on every single snap is by far the most important. Happy to have a good defense, though.
  6. The rules are clear. They aren't even remotely confusing.
  7. Charles Davis is an idiot. First he tries to excuse a hit to the head on McKenzie, and now he tries to excuse a clear late hit on Allen.
  8. MJS

    Saquan

    There is no rumor.
  9. I played a lot of sports and never had another player grope me. And I'm guessing that was the first time for Allen too. Punches to the gut at the bottom of the pile? Sure. That's to be expected. But not groping.
  10. What's wrong with honoring the great teams of the 90's, or the 60's? I really enjoy looking back and learning about those teams, the great players in Bills history, and just the history of the team in general. There's no reason to forget those times. Remembering them does not dimish the current team at all.
  11. He was EXACTLY the same after the Burfict hit. He had extreme behavior issues going back to high school. He was kicked out of college. He has always been a complete train wreck.
  12. He actually made a distinction between playing in it and being a fan just sitting there in it. He said for the players it isn't that bad because they are running around.
  13. I have a friend who played QB in high school. He received a concussion in a game and then went back in and finished the game in the second half. The next day he had no memory of the rest of the game and had to ask everyone else what happened. They won, and they said he played pretty normally, but they could tell there was something off about him, but nobody knew he was concussed until later. Anyways, he recovered, but he had this blind spot in his brain. There was a certain route that he just could not throw afterwards because he could no longer mentally gauge the distance and where to put the ball. He had to train to relearn how to throw that specific route from scratch because it was just gone from his brain. I had a couple mild concussions growing up, but no lasting effects. I was better after a couple of days. My younger sister played soccer and she got so many concussions. Apparently girls soccer has one of the highest rates of concussion in sports. Not sure why it is different from boys soccer in that regard.
  14. I mean, he has been passing it really well this year. He leads the league in passer rating. He seems to be getting better and better as a passer. In previous seasons I would have agreed with you, but he is developing nicely. He still struggles outside the numbers, though.
  15. One of the former players in the post-game said he got a concussion and was able to BS his way through the protocol and get back on the field. Another teammate pulled him out and told the coaches he wasn't right and shouldn't be playing. If you can BS your way through the protocol, obviously it is not good enough. They need to determine without any doubt that they do not have a concussion. Scan their brain or something. There has to be more concrete ways of determining this. What the player says or does shouldn't be a factor. Take it out of their hands.
  16. Every single play sheet for every coach says go for 2 in that instance. Has nothing to do with chasing points. It's because 1 point does absolutely nothing for you there.
  17. Go watch it. He hit his head more violently last week.
  18. He hit his head WAY harder last week. To me this is more evidence that he was concussed, because a much smaller hit seemed to do a lot more damage. Every concussion makes the next concussion more likely.
  19. Tua with another back injury. He'll be back out there soon! Ignore the duck tape on his head.
  20. The advantage usually goes to the offense because it takes longer for defenders to react.
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