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John Gianelli

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  1. I liked the idea of Mighty Stadium, but like Super Mighty Stadium even better.
  2. For some reason this comment really got me: It feels good to see the Bills get the final points of the first half, not the Patriots. It feels good to see the Bills score a touchdown on the opening possession of the third quarter, not the Patriots. Yes.
  3. Anyone notice that by halftime 10 different Bills had caught a pass?
  4. I imagine last summer when the MNF folks were scheduling this game someone in the room asked, "Are we sure we want this on Monday night? It could be a team that's already clinched the division playing someone who's been eliminated, with the potential for being a rout." Little did they know...
  5. New England has won 6 Super Bowls. Each year a team has a 1/32 chance of winning the Super Bowl. If life were fair they wouldn't win another until at least 2126. (This may be off by a few years since the NFL has not always had 32 teams since 1966, but you get the point.)
  6. https://www.buffalorising.com/2020/12/josh-allen-prayer-candles-timeless-babez-pop-up-shop/ Something about a Josh Allen prayer candle goes too far even for me.
  7. When they were scheduling the Monday Night games last summer, they were probably worried: "Do we really want to take a chance on a game where a team that's out of the playoffs will be playing one who's already clinched the division?"
  8. This is a great story about his cleats, and a special young man from Rochester. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CpdQJV_YBDI&feature=emb_logo As I was watching it, someone must have started cutting onions in the next room.
  9. If I take exception to that as an old person, shouldn't you apologize to me?
  10. https://www.radio.com/wgr550/sports/nfl/cris-collinsworth-apologizes-for-comment-on-female-nfl-fans I understand why he probably had to apologize if we wanted to keep his job. That's the society we live in today. But (you probably knew there'd be a "but") I don't see from a logical perspective why he had to apologize. While in general most casual fans--men and women--don't have a great in-depth knowledge of football, in my personal experience I have found very few female fans who know as much as the more knowledgeable male fans. So if you come across knowled
  11. Wait, that's my nickname you're insulting!
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