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Don Otreply

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  1. 8 hours ago, Limeaid said:

    Not worry about score and treat it like a preseason game to give younger players experience.


    Activate as many possible players off practice squads and even make deals with usual cooperative players to lay them off for a game with signing bonus when signed back equal to game check to create more openings.


    This would allow veterans to rest and not play on field described as concrete on top of stadium's usual field.


    It is a Bills home game so take ever advantage possible and in press conferences tell reporters that health of the players was most important factor in this decision for Bills want team healthy entering playoffs.






    Dote: some do not realize this is a big FU to Goodell.  I actually had hope when he was signed since he was from Western New York.

    Put the pipe down dude, take a long nap, and have a chocolate cookie and a cup of coffee when you wake up, it will help your current psychosis,


    nuthin but luv, Don. 🍪

  2. 2 minutes ago, WhoTom said:

    Denver's weather forecast changes by the hour. The problem with rain or snow predictions is that storm clouds moving west-to-east may or may not get over the Rockies, which determines whether or not they'll get precipitation in Denver.

    Oh sure, go ahead and bring science into it…, 

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  3. 13 hours ago, Buffalo Junction said:

    He’s probably going to have to win a Super Bowl before he wins an MVP…. Pre-draft narrative, Buffalo narrative, inconsistency narrative, etc. It’s a fair amount to overcome. They’ve painted him down, and unfortunately for his MVP chances a bunch of those “journalists” clinging on to those aforementioned narratives have votes. 

    It’s all because of the smoking man, he dislikes the Bills and has connections in high places…, 

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  4. 6 minutes ago, krf139 said:

    Why should nfl teams even bother releasing injury reports if any information about player health is private and legally protected information? 

    A player can allow a statement without actual details, it’s likely contractual to some minor degree, but as an employer the NFL believe it or not has to follow the HIPA rules, 

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  5. 4 minutes ago, Einstein's Dog said:

    The lack of a penalty on the Helmet swing baffles me.  They replayed it and it seemed to me the announcers were covering it like they assumed that was going to be called.  Then things got murky, I guess the call was offsetting penalties, and the announcers dropped it quickly.


    But when I saw that replay it looked like the little guy was deliberately swinging his helmet and it grazed someone.


    We already had the Giants nonsense where they had what looked like 3 different guys doing personal fouls to our one and saying they offset, now this?


    Does anyone have an explanation on what happened there?

    It’s the smoking man, he throttles the Bills potential at every opportunity…

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  6. 4 minutes ago, AZSanta said:

    I agree it may be too soon to know anything anyways. I was hoping someone in here may have heard anything that hasn't already been reported.

    It’s not an issue of “ too soon” it’s an issue of it not being any of our business, unless Milano wants to share that information. The team can not disclose any more information without Milano or his representatives stated permission. 

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  7. Just now, AZSanta said:

    I'm sure i'm not the only person wondering. If it is unethical to be concerned about a players well being ok. As fan we are emotionally invested in this team and its players. I dont think its asking too much for a a more detailed update.

    Well actually what you state has no bearing whatsoever on the dissemination of his health information, it’s the HIPA laws/regulations that come into play. Just assume he won’t be back till next season, anything earlier is gravy. 

  8. 3 minutes ago, hellofellowbillsfans said:

    i swear we have the angriest fan base known to man. i think people just sit around all day and pick different random things to be angry at

    America is an angry place, its what’s in vogue nowadays, 😂 🍸🚬

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  9. 59 minutes ago, newcam2012 said:

    I think the Tampa style of defense contributed to the Bills success. They are a heavy blitz team and a pass funnel defense. 


    The Bills coaching game plan and play calling was excellent. The players execution was atva high level. 


    I wonder if the Bills can maintain this kind of offense going forward. Any thoughts from smarter people than myself? 

    I wonder this as well, imo, spreading the passes around makes the Bills harder to defend against, and likely will lead to more success, maybe that’s just me,


    GO BILLS!!!

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  10. 55 minutes ago, newcam2012 said:

    I'm not really advocating a defensive acquisition unless it's too good to be true. I just don't think that's the way to spend their resources. Even a single pick isn't likely to change the defense much. I don't want to give up the farm for Surtan. 


    McD is just going to have to get creative and guys have to step up and improve. Most defenses even healthy can't stop KC or other dynamic playoff team offenses. The Bills just need a few big D plays, a key turnover, a key stop, etc...


    I'd rather get another offensive weapon. Go down swinging with Allen and company. I believe this gives the Bills the optimal chance to win. I think at the right price DHop would be a nice pick up. Henry is an interesting thought. Sure would keep teams honest and maybe make the offense unstoppable. 


    After last night's game, does Renfrow and or Judy become an afterthought? My head says yes.

    Last night shows if you actually use talent you have, and spread the passes to other than primarily to Diggs and Davis, everyone has a better game, ya just can’t force passes to any one receiver regardless of who it is. 

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  11. 9 hours ago, FireChans said:

    It sucks that Knox is injured. I like him as a player.


    But it’s clear that without Knox, we are no longer forcing 12 personnel, which has clearly been holding this offense back. 

    Unfortuantelt, we may see the 12 return when Knox gets healthy because Dorsey is going to have to include him and Kincaid. But the biggest difference tonight was 11 personnel. Dorsey is still Dorsey. this team is just better at 11 as currently constructed.

    It’s time for Dorsey to put on his big boy pants and do what is right for team success, and if that means a slightly diminished role for certain players so be it. 

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