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By setting the tone with the worst QB ever to play the game, McDermott laid the path for Allen.

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You must buy in.

 

This is the process.

 

I will say that it was impressive the way McDermott repeatedly sent out the worst QB ever to play, just to make sure Josh Allen looked good.That is accepted as what he did, correct?

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43 minutes ago, BullBuchanan said:

are your other 1561 posts just like this?

 

Yep. 

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opening this thread was worse than waking up this early on a saturday due to an emergency dump.

 

 

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1 hour ago, GunnerBill said:

 

Yep. 

 

,,,,rinse and repeat..............

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17 minutes ago, 4_kidd_4 said:

opening this thread was worse than waking up this early on a saturday due to an emergency dump.

 

 

That’s not so bad. Knowing you can climb back into bed. This thread is worse. Far worse. 

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3 hours ago, Paulus said:

You must buy in.

 

This is the process.

 

I will say that it was impressive the way McDermott repeatedly sent out the worst QB ever to play, just to make sure Josh Allen looked good.That is accepted as what he did, correct?

 

The problem is Allen didn't look any better than Peterman...

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4 hours ago, Paulus said:

You must buy in.

 

This is the process.

 

I will say that it was impressive the way McDermott repeatedly sent out the worst QB ever to play, just to make sure Josh Allen looked good.That is accepted as what he did, correct?

Unfortunately, some people are losing it. Do you really believe McDermott wants to hurt his own career by not playing the people he believes give him the best chance to win?

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yup

11 minutes ago, gjv001 said:

Unfortunately, some people are losing it. Do you really believe McDermott wants to hurt his own career by not playing the people he believes give him the best chance to win?

yup

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There is such a thing as credible "conspiracy theories". And there is this.

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I am not sure what is more amazing....  McDermott’s calculated and masterful way he was able to pull this off.....OR your pure geniios for figuring it out and posting here for us all to witness.  Kudos my friend!!

 

 

Or this ......

what you just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response, were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul."

 

 

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7 hours ago, Paulus said:

You must buy in.

 

This is the process.

 

I will say that it was impressive the way McDermott repeatedly sent out the worst QB ever to play, just to make sure Josh Allen looked good.That is accepted as what he did, correct?

 

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4 hours ago, AllenWillBust said:

The problem is Allen didn't look any better than Peterman...

 

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I thought I had read the worst thread earlier this week. Welp I was wrong. There is no way any HC or coordinator would purposely put a player out there to do what we witnessed Peterman do with the ulterior motive of pumping up another player.

The mere thiught of that goes holistically against Seans entire approach of team, process, and character. Nice try, try and give a little thought next time before dumping the first thought you have on a message board.

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So much drama. Pull yourself together, man!

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10 minutes ago, MJS said:

So much drama. Pull yourself together, man!

 

....ALL medical furloughs expire Sunday at 5PM..........there is hope.............

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7 hours ago, Paulus said:

You must buy in.

 

This is the process.

 

I will say that it was impressive the way McDermott repeatedly sent out the worst QB ever to play, just to make sure Josh Allen looked good.That is accepted as what he did, correct?

It certainly looks like McDermott really likes something in Peterman.  Let's hope he gets over that soon.

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4 hours ago, AllenWillBust said:

 

The problem is Allen didn't look any better than Peterman...

 

Maybe you just need good glasses.

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20 minutes ago, EasternOHBillsFan said:

 

Maybe you just need good glasses.

 

...cataracts I presume......

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5 hours ago, gjv001 said:

Unfortunately, some people are losing it. Do you really believe McDermott wants to hurt his own career by not playing the people he believes give him the best chance to win?

You think that's what he's doing?

 

His career is now directly linked with Allen.  When Allen busts, McDimwit and his minion, Beane, will be gone...

 

The longer Allen remains unproven and a potential franchise QB, the longer McD has a job.  


That is what he's focused on...the delayed success of Josh Allen.

 

If wanted to give our team the best chance to win, he would have cut Nate a long time ago and our starting QB on Sunday would be Colin Kaepernick.  

 

 

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With the other head scratchers this wouldn’t surprise me at all. 

 

Naming Peterman starter after last year was obvious sabotage, we all knew it. 

 

What competent coach would do that? There is no valid reason except your OP. 

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36 minutes ago, Fadingpain said:

You think that's what he's doing?

 

His career is now directly linked with Allen.  When Allen busts, McDimwit and his minion, Beane, will be gone...

 

The longer Allen remains unproven and a potential franchise QB, the longer McD has a job.  


That is what he's focused on...the delayed success of Josh Allen.

 

If wanted to give our team the best chance to win, he would have cut Nate a long time ago and our starting QB on Sunday would be Colin Kaepernick.  

 

 

I can see how objective your opinion is with " McDinwit" and "minion". That being said, head coaches are judged by wins and losses.

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10 hours ago, Paulus said:

You must buy in.

 

This is the process.

 

I will say that it was impressive the way McDermott repeatedly sent out the worst QB ever to play, just to make sure Josh Allen looked good.That is accepted as what he did, correct?

OP - at least say something like "an unintentional consequence of McD sticking with Peterman has been that Allen has looked like the better option and that can do wonders for his confidence". Making this seem intentional and strategic on McD's part is so far outside the realm of possibility.

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