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  1. Going into Pittsburgh is not a game I see as some kind of guaranteed victory. I'm sure the line won't be any more than 3 or 4 either way.
  2. Cleveland, yes them, Baltimore, and Pittsburgh all look like toss up's. The results of these 3 games will be very telling. Go 2-1 here and it's most likely a successful season.
  3. Yeah. I'd give up a first for Diggs in a heartbeat. No doubt about it. Pretty sure it's unrealistic, but wow.
  4. I really hate the coin toss aspect of the current OT format. It's better than it was before considering all they needed previously was a FG. Still don't like it. I don't think there's any way to fix it unfortunately. I don't believe an XFL like scrum is an option.
  5. Honestly, I really hate them all and find them to be tired and lazy. But in a sense, they're so stupid that they've become satirically funny. "This guy's got all the tools." I mean, I've probably said it, but it's just silly. Are we talking about a talented football player or does he have a world class ratchet set? Someone had to say it. The SHOUT song has a place in Bills HISTORY. "History" being the operative word.
  6. Crazy quirk there with San Diego. Just bizarre. But it was nice to get the monkey off the back even if it didn't amount to much. This was a conference game against a "decent" team that may or may not be in the WC hunt by the end of the season. You never know. I can think of several examples of very similar games off the top of my head. I think we all know how those games went in season's past.
  7. That was a HUGE win against the Titans for the trajectory of this season. Those are the games the Bills almost always lose. Things are definitely getting better.
  8. Right. I think it's pretty unlikely Allen is ever as good as Mahomes. That may not go over well, but it's REALITY. However, if Allen is a legit franchise QB, it really won't matter in the grand scheme of things. THAT is the ultimate question concern WRT to the Bills franchise. Yes, if they could go back in time, they'd almost certainly draft Mahomes. Blaming this guy or that guy doesn't matter at this point. What matters is that Allen becomes "the guy" here. Whatever happens in KC is their business.
  9. I'm certainly not knocking anyone who enjoys positive or even negative press. I used to get a thrill out of so and so recognizing something or other that the Bills were doing well. At this point, I've just lost interest because I don't think they know much more than the average fan.
  10. Don't care what they think when it's good. Don't care what they think when it's bad. Just win the games. But to each their own.
  11. So you're a Pats fan spending his Saturday on a Bills message board debating who's defense is better? Mmkay.
  12. That EO play was amazing really. He needs to get better at his primary job of rushing the passer and holding up at the point of attack, but wow. I remember seeing a few similar clips from college. Dude is ELITE in run PURSUIT.
  13. I still don't get it, but I do want to go to McDonald's now and get some coffee. Thanks for clarifying.
  14. People used to watch them because there was only so much access the average fan had to to football. Now, not so much; at all. I'm "only" 38 and I remember waiting for Wednesday's USA Today to get a complete list of NFL stats. This was probably like 96-98. And I'm sure I watched pre game shows because you'd get Sunday, Monday, and Jaws and Sal Pal(I think) doing Edge NFL Matchup on Friday's (I think). Now, I can watch anything, anytime, anywhere. Very different world. I really don't even think the content of these shows was ever all that great; it was just the only place in town open.
  15. Except for when they traded a 3rd for Kelvin Benjamin because they realized they might be able to compete in 2017. Good GM's are willing to bend their macro approach to suit a micro situation. The time to win has become now.
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