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Why is being a man of faith so important to McDermott (i.e. Peterman)

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This has come up more then once with the Bills and how they assess players, their families and also their faith. 

 

Since when does being a good Christian (I doubt Muslim, Jewish, or other faith) matter with respect to being a football player.

 

Yes a a Good Person matters, but religion & being religious????? 

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this is so overblown it's not funny.  

 

 

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AJ Mccarron is a devout Christian and he’s better than Peterman and he was traded...

 

its more than that...

 

Peterman has the dirt on McDermott 😭

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2 minutes ago, Buffalo716 said:

AJ Mccarron is a devout Christian and he’s better than Peterman and he was traded...

 

its more than that...

 

Peterman has the dirt on McDermott 😭

We should start a thread with rumors we have heard as to what that dirt is.


That could be a lot of fun in the midst of an otherwise garbage season.

 

 

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Just now, Fadingpain said:

We should start a thread with rumors we have heard as to what that dirt is.


That could be a lot of fun in the midst of an otherwise garbage season.

 

 

that actually could end up pretty entertaining.

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religion/politics

 

best left out of football discussion.

 

some have nothing to do with either. it's best to keep your beliefs or non beliefs for that matter to yourself.

 

 

that includes coach and his choir boy.

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So nobody thinks Rosen's "personality" had any bearing on their decision?

 

I beg to differ.

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Having faith is fine, but the lack of talent is something altogether different. 

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1 minute ago, LSHMEAB said:

So nobody thinks Rosen's "personality" had any bearing on their decision?

 

I beg to differ.

rosen is a satanist?

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1 minute ago, teef said:

rosen is a satanist?

Worse! He's a liberal!

 

 

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1 minute ago, teef said:

rosen is a satanist?

Nope, just an anti-Christ

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Rosen is a bottom ***** and McD is a power bottom, they just aren’t compatible. Allen is a power top. Peterman is versatile, which is why he has hung around this long.

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Sorry McDermott has brought this up a number of times.

 

It is an issue and does bother me that it is an important part of the decision process at 1 Bills drive.

 

 

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3 minutes ago, Billsfan1972 said:

Sorry McDermott has brought this up a number of times.

 

It is an issue and does bother me that it is an important part of the decision process at 1 Bills drive.

 

 

Show me where he has said that a player has to share his faith to be in the roster.  One quote, one statement.

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If you have the capability to believe in God (the Judeo-Christian God, not the God of the Winds or whatever pagan deity you can think of) then you can believe in the Process.

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Why does this even matter? Religion should not conflict with sports and in this case more than likely doesn't. That being said there's nothing wrong with being religious and incorporating it into your daily life, everyone is different and if it helps Peterman get through rough times then all the power to him. How's this any different from any other players praising god after their performance on Sundays? 

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Just now, paulbills said:

Why does this even matter? Religion should not conflict with sports and in this case more than likely doesn't. That being said there's nothing wrong with being religious and incorporating it into your daily life, everyone is different and if it helps Peterman get through rough times then all the power to him. How's this any different from any other players praising god after their performance on Sundays? 

Thank you.  It's not and no different than any worker in any field of endeavor.

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17 minutes ago, LSHMEAB said:

So nobody thinks Rosen's "personality" had any bearing on their decision?

 

I beg to differ.

of course it did, just like any decision for the face of you franchise.

 

Has nothing to do with his religious affiliation.

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5 minutes ago, oldmanfan said:

Show me where he has said that a player has to share his faith to be in the roster.  One quote, one statement.

I heard it somewhere.  I can't recall now.


You'll just have to take it on faith.

 

 

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8 minutes ago, oldmanfan said:

Show me where he has said that a player has to share his faith to be in the roster.  One quote, one statement.

1. Why would he ever publicly admit he’s going to discriminate based on religion?

2. Prove us otherwise. Why would the article leading up to the season featuring Peterman be based on him being a good Christian man and family man? The article was him crediting God and proclaiming how ready he is for the job because his strength in his faith. Yeah, makes no sense to me either. 

 

Also you seem to be, of all the posters here, the only one with a hard on against this theory. Old guy, Pegula ***** introduced the man at his press conference last year as a family man and a man of faith. What the holy ***** does that have to do with football? Nothing. It’s declaring your intentions tho when you’re announcing how important religion was in your search for a HC. And McD references that stupid belief crap so much I wonder how often he offers to baptize his team? He reminds me of my born-again uncle. 

 

Edit: your response better be gold. I’m expecting a good laugh

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3 minutes ago, cba fan said:

of course it did, just like any decision for the face of you franchise.

 

Has nothing to do with his religious affiliation.

 

I doubt it was strictly religious affiliation, but I think his politics/atheism played a role. That's a problem IMO and it could very well be the decision that ends McBeane's tenure in Buffalo.

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Maybe it’s because of his hard work ethic and determination to succeed and really has nothing to do with his faith. 

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2 minutes ago, Gigs said:

1. Why would he ever publicly admit he’s going to discriminate based on religion?

2. Prove us otherwise. Why would the article leading up to the season featuring Peterman be based on him being a good Christian man and family man? The article was him crediting God and proclaiming how ready he is for the job because his strength in his faith. Yeah, makes no sense to me either. 

 

Also you seem to be, of all the posters here, the only one with a hard on against this theory. Old guy, Pegula ***** introduced the man at his press conference last year as a family man and a man of faith. What the holy ***** does that have to do with football? Nothing. It’s declaring your intentions tho when you’re announcing how important religion was in your search for a HC. And McD references that stupid belief crap so much I wonder how often he offers to baptize his team? He reminds me of my born-again uncle. 

 

Edit: your response better be gold. I’m expecting a good laugh

“Prove my ***** dumb claim is incorrect” the post.

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