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  1. For the record, here is Kelce's exact quote, from that article: "They’re definitely a contender, without a doubt,” Kelce said of the Browns, via Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal. “It’s definitely there. Baker [Mayfield] and the gang have upped the ante, made this team an unbelievable team and a team you have to prepare for and take serious. I think that moving forward without a doubt, I can see a lot more playoff games between us, and I’ll just take it one day at a time and hope for it. I think the Browns and Chiefs are definitely neck and neck.” “It’s impressive
  2. Also, Tyrod may start for Houston.
  3. 1. WammyWeenie: I had one as a kid, but my idiot friend squeezed it and burst water all over during a sleep over. 2. From the Bills Grill cookbook featuring Roland Hooks chili (lol). Again, I had it as a kid, but lost it over the years. 3. NFL helmet metal lunchbox. I had one as a kid in 1979, but who knows where it is now: [Also, since when was Tampa Bay in the AFC? LOL.] 4. The "Kelly is God" banner hung at a Bills game:
  4. Cribs was NFL ROY in 1980 as well as a started for the Pro Bowl. Also, from wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Cribbs): "When the NFL played an abbreviated 9 game schedule due to the strike-shortened season in 1982, Cribbs was only able to play in 7 games but nonetheless led the league with 90.4 rushing yards per game." Pretty impressive. At the same time, according to wikipedia, it does seem as if he were a me-first guy: "Cribbs was not exactly happy in Buffalo, however, as he especially disliked playing in their infamous cold-weather home games.
  5. He had a cicada fly into his beard yesterday, lol:
  6. We blew a 14-0 lead at Baltimore (the Colts), which made it even worse. Another point: under today's rules, Buffalo would have had a better chance getting to the SB that year, IMO. The three division winners (San Diego, Cleveland, Buffalo) all finished 11-5. Because of tie-breakers, Buffalo was ranked third, even though they beat the Chargers (on the road) in the regular season. San Diego was ranked one and Cleveland two. Buffalo had to go to San Diego again in the divisional since Oakland, a wild card, also at 11-5, could not play a team in the same division in the divisional roun
  7. Tyler Sullivan of CBS Sports just posted an article where he agrees with you: https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/under-the-radar-players-who-could-be-2021-stars-for-each-afc-team-marquise-brown-among-potential-breakouts/ Under-the-radar players who could be 2021 stars for each AFC team: Marquise Brown among potential breakouts Don't sleep on these AFC players heading into the 2021 season Bills: A.J. Epenesa, DE "A.J. Epenesa was arguably a first-round talent coming out of Iowa in 2020, but Buffalo was able to scoop him up in th
  8. Tennessee just went from +4000 to +2500 to win the SB, tied for the ninth choice on the board with the Denver Broncos, Indianapolis Colts and Seattle Seahawks. https://www.thelines.com/julio-jones-trade-titans-super-bowl-odds-2021/ "In AFC South futures, the Colts were -106 favorites before the trade with the Titans a +130 second choice. Tennessee is now a co-favorite at DK with Indianapolis to win the division at +110, each having an implied probability of 47.6%. So with Julio Jones going to the Titans, oddsmakers essentially see the AFC South as a coinflip
  9. Good find! Here's a short excerpt from that article: https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2021/06/04/does-the-new-usfl-have-the-legal-right-to-call-itself-the-usfl/ Does the new USFL have the legal right to call itself the USFL? “I was surprised when I heard about it this morning,” Steve Ehrhart, former USFL executive director, told Domowitch. “I want to dig into it and see who they’re claiming they acquired these rights [to the name] from. Because it didn’t come from any legitimate source. “My guess is there’s some knucklehead out t
  10. Haha, good question. According to his linkedin page, he is no longer with the XFL and is now the managing partner at Beautiful Game Group, LLC: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dougwhaley "Beautiful Game Group LLC 1 year 2 months Managing Partner May 2020 - Present 1 year 2 months COO and Managing Partner May 2020 - May 2020 1 month Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States Beautiful Game Group LLC is a modern private equity company, that intends to invest in a network of professional sports teams across a variety of glob
  11. The USFL was actually good to Buffalo in that regard. Jim Kelly, Doug Flutie, Kent Hull, Scott Norwood, Ray Bentley, Dwight Drane, and others all played there first. Bill Polian, Marv Levy, and John Butler also were there before Buffalo. https://www.espn.com/blog/afceast/post/_/id/4953/remembering-how-useful-the-usfl-was-to-buffalo "Bills fans despised the USFL for harboring Kelly and luring away star running back Joe Cribbs, yet no other team benefited more from the USFL than the Bills did. The man who built their Super Bowl teams (Bill Polian), his eventual repla
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