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pennstate10

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  1. Gotta say that this is pretty close to how I feel about Mahomes.
  2. Ahhhh…. Didnt the Bills past 2 seasons end with losses to the Chiefs? So wouldn’t that be 2 Chiefs wins right there?
  3. Think you missed my point. Married men tend to live near where their wives grew up.
  4. I don’t know. Kelly stayed in Bflo, but his wife was from Bflo and Kelly grew up 3 hrs south of Bflo. Josh grew up in CA, and his GF is from CA. I think he’s goin back there.
  5. ? No, that’s the key, he wasn’t inbounds. He was OOB (out of bounds). If a guy juggles a pass for 20 steps in bounds, it a catch. if a guy juggles a pass for 20 steps, never has clear possession, and goes oob while juggling, it’s no catch. Have to have complete possession, including not losiing clear possession when hitting the ground. In poyers case, he bobbled the bal oob, so no catch.
  6. Guys, this has been a rule for at least 5 years. You see plays like this every wknd. If you bobble the ball oob, that’s losing possession. It’s really straightforward. if a guy gets 2 feet down, and then bobble the ball oob before turning upfield or some other Football move, it’s no catch. It really was a pretty obvious call.
  7. Copy pasted this from last nights thread. “Just rewatched the Hamlin hit in end zone. By rule, the roughness call may be correct. But ejection was a bad call. Here’s what happens. Pat WR catches ball in air, returns to ground. Then, he lowers his head, as he is anticipating Hamlin hit. So he’s NOT really defenseless. Makes a move to protect himself by getting lower. Problem was, by getting lower, he ducks his head right into Hamlins shoulder pad. If he hadn’t ducked, Hamlin shoulder would have hit his chest, not his head. Hamlin didn’t lead with helmet. Hamlin didn’t launch. Bad call. “
  8. Just rewatched the Hamlin hit in end zone. By rule, the roughness call may be correct. But ejection was a bad call. Here’s what happens. Pat WR catches ball in air, returns to ground. Then, he lowers his head, as he is anticipating Hamlin hit. So he’s NOT really defenseless. Makes a move to protect himself by getting lower. Problem was, by getting lower, he ducks his head right into Hamlins shoulder pad. If he hadn’t ducked, Hamlin shoulder would have hit his chest, not his head. Hamlin didn’t lead with helmet. Hamlin didn’t launch. Bad call.
  9. TL;DR Get rid of McD AND Beane. Im not going to say that this is a really really stupid post because that would be against the board code of conduct. But if someone else said it was a really stupid post, I might agree with them.
  10. The quote from Marv is good. he’s saying that part of luck is random “the opportunity”, but part is non random “preparation”. If a deflected ball bounce to you, that’s (mostly) random. If youve trained yourself to always be alert to the possibility of deflected balls and done enough tip drills, that’s where preparation comes in.
  11. Actually, I think this is pretty meaningful info. Anecdotally, it seems that kickers never miss against us, andWR don’t drop balls, but make highlight reelctches I don’t think all these categories are complete luck, for instance, a great D always has a lot of players rallying to the ball. luck has a way of regressing to the mean, which is good news for Bills fans.
  12. Ahh, not the exact same thing. 3 of 4 signed players have played for 5he Bills recently, so presumably can get up to speed quickly.
  13. Actually, I think they could have done that an infinite number of times. After a few times, I guess the officials could have started calling unsportsmanlike conduct penalties and begin kicking players out of the game for having two unsportsmanlike calls. But the offense only needs one Offside penalty and the game would be over. if it was the Pats I think that’s exactly what they would have done. And instead of a fumble, we’d be hearing how smart Bellichek was, and how well he understood the rule book.
  14. Can’t be reliable if you’re not on the field. TJ hasn’t missed a game. To be clear, when healthy, Poyer, Hyde, and White are all better players than TJ.
  15. Don’t know what you’ve been watching. TJ has been our most reliable secondary player this year.
  16. Here is what that bubble chart shows. Of all the leading teams. KC, phi, nyc, Mia, dal, etc, Bills have the biggest bubble. Which according to the tweeter, means most injuries involving the best players. sorta what 90% of this board has been saying without the Byzantine graphics.
  17. Ahhh, gotta say I agree with you (mostly). Epenesa has been a bit of a disappointment. He was really good at Iowa, so I was glad when Bills got him in second round. He's just a different player now. At Iowa, he had a tremendous bull rush, but not in NFL. I dont know if he's lost strength or what. Still probalby Bills 3rd best DE, just not a real difference maker at this time.
  18. Lolz. Bills play him as their starting DE when Rousseau goes out because they can’t evaluate DE play as well as you. Rock on Garth. You called this one!
  19. This post is basically nonsense. Couple of points. 1) There is no way of assessing whether or not the Bills have the best “team chemistry” in the NFL. But you know this for sure because ….. ?why? Your “gut” says so? Maybe that’s just a bad 7-11 burrito. 2) 19 yr before McDermott. No playoffs. With McD. 3 of 4 yrs in playoffs. Yeah, let’s replace him with RexRyan.
  20. I’m hoping that we finally stop believing that these on line orthopedists are no better than Joe from Cheektowaga at guessing injuries.
  21. Yeah,I noted that. For an “elite” gunner, Jones seems to have zero effect on any games.
  22. Lolz. Back in the last century, there was this moron mouthpiece at wgr. Coach Dickerson. A former nfl coach who was fired and could no longer get an nfl job, so his job was to insult marv levy on wgr. He had the same attitude. Would rather have a loudmouth moron than a soft spoken guy who knew what he was doing. Call me crazy, but I think you’d be a “Coach” disciple.
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