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  1. I always wonder why people assume Buffalo loves the Blue Collar identity and love Genny and Blue. It's stated over and over on TV or newspapers, but is it really true?
  2. Again this money did not come from Rob's wallet directly, it's from he and his brothers foundation. I am sure Rob plays a huge role in fundraising events such as golf outings and dinners to raise money for the foundation. But they could have very well said it was donated by Gordie Gronkowski Jr, he is an equal partner in the foundation, but obviously Rob name is the key to it's success. I am not belittling the donation, I think it's great that they are donating to the area. It's just misleading that it's from Rob alone. So, thank you to all the Gronk brothers. And the title was pulled from another article, i believe the OP wanted to put that in there to get it going quickly. Which it did, well done!
  3. Pretty sure since it is from the Gronk Nation Foundation, it cannot be anonymous.
  4. I believe it was Rob and his brothers that started and run the foundation.
  5. It's a donation from his Foundation, not his wallet. Good for the hospital...
  6. It's idiotic comments like this: Sadly, Bills fans cheered when one or our QBs got injured. Embarrassing. That prove that point...
  7. 4 pages in and some would cheer and some wouldn't. In a stadium setting it would be the same thing, some of the fans will cheer, some won't.
  8. Brady being out of the season was good news for the Bills, that's just the bottom line. I was at that game and was happy to hear he wouldn't be playing the rest of the season. I wasn't happy about the type of injury, just happy the odds of the Bills beating the *patsies greatly increased. There couldn't have been many in the stadium that said "Brady is out for the rest of the season? Oh darn, what a shame."
  9. I don't think it's fair to compare the NBA and NFL on this topic. If there is a huge hit in a game, the crowd will roar. That's the same for any team's fans. Now if that player is a key player on the opposing team, and does not get up immediately, there will be an immediate "yes! This greatly increases our chances of winning" thought from most. How 60 or 70,000 people sound during that moment can be interpreted as cheering for the injury rather than cheering for the Bills chances of winning. And there are some that will cheer the injury, especially if it were Brady. How long the "cheer" lasts is the key. For the KD instance, it's completely different IMO. The fans knew he was coming off a significant injury and was off to a hot start in the game. When he went down, there wasn't just cheering, many fans were waving goodbye and shouting at KD.
  10. you'll never beat your wife in memory, she'll remember things you did wrong 20 years ago...
  11. I beat my 6 year old 2 out of 3 times in foosball yesterday...pissed about the one loss!
  12. My parents have had season tickets since the early 80's. They are in their 70's now and tailgate at the Red Carpet Inn, other side of Southwestern from the stadium, about a half mile walk (even more if you factor in getting to their seats). The past few years they have had both knee's replaced. Previous to that, they would have to stop several times on their walk to the stadium due to knee pain. But now they have no issues and the only thing they say is they wish they didn't wait so long to get it done. My parents are die hard Bills fans, they scheduled their surgeries in the off season so they would not miss any games! Good luck!
  13. https://www.jimrome.com/media/audio-channel/5292019-lorenzo-alexander
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