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4 step plan to success for last 9 games

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1) Run the Ball. Yesterday the Bill's run game looked great. Let's keep it up. Must go heavy run. Regardless of score. Just stick with it. Ivory and Murphy looked great yesterday.

 

Carries 22

Yards 135

Average 6.1

 

 

2) Make a commitment to Peterman and give him only safe outlet throws with a few shots down the field. He gets rid of the ball quickly. Allen comes back when 100% healthy unless Peterman gets hot. You can't play a QB who wasn't even at camp. Anderson is here to teach. Not to play. And enough with losing locker room if Peterman plays. He didn't play yesterday and they were blown out by a 1-5 team.

 

3) Lean on that Defense. Sure it gets exposed at times but it gets turnovers too.

 

4) Special Teams must step it up. 

 

 

If they do these 4 things they will be respectable and you never know if they get hot they might stay hot.

 

Lastly, trade McCoy and Benjamin if you can. Worst case the Bills don't get hot but they clear out a bunch of cap space. 

 

The season is far from over. 

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4 minutes ago, Kevin1778 said:

The season is far from over. 

 

The season is over.

 

As long as Terry and Kim Pegula own the Buffalo Bills, the Buffalo Bills will never be a successful organization.  

 

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Yes, Peterman gets rid of the ball quickly....just to the other team

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Well the Colts being 1-5 was a little bit of a misnomer. They lost a bunch of close games. Its not like they were getting blown out in their losses(like we do).

 

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You lost me when you said start Nathan Freaking Peterman

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Also, what were the Buffalo Bills coaching staff wearing yesterday?  For shoes they had something like lace-less gray loafers.  And for pants they had gray sweat pants with no pockets.  Then the simple blue tee-shirt with Bills logo.  Are they communists?  They looked like a group of women headed to an exercise session.

 

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1 minute ago, matter2003 said:

Well the Colts being 1-5 was a little bit of a misnomer. They lost a bunch of close games. Its not like they were getting blown out in their losses(like we do).

 

Does that make our situation better, or worse?

Just now, PearlHowardman said:

Also, what were the Buffalo Bills coaching staff wearing yesterday?  For shoes they had something like lace-less gray loafers.  And for pants they had gray sweat pants with no pockets.  Then the simple blue tee-shirt with Bills logo.  Are they communists?  They looked like a group of women headed to an exercise session.

 

:doh:
 

Well, at least you have a fresh take for the first time in recorded history.

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4 minutes ago, PearlHowardman said:

Also, what were the Buffalo Bills coaching staff wearing yesterday?  For shoes they had something like lace-less gray loafers.  And for pants they had gray sweat pants with no pockets.  Then the simple blue tee-shirt with Bills logo.  Are they communists?  They looked like a group of women headed to an exercise session.

 

:doh:
 

Man, you provide some unique insight, the NFL or ESPN needs you, why waste your time with us on TBD?

9 minutes ago, PearlHowardman said:

 

The season is over.

 

As long as Terry and Kim Pegula own the Buffalo Bills, the Buffalo Bills will never be a successful organization.  

 

:mellow:

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7 minutes ago, Cripple Creek said:

Well, at least you have a fresh take for the first time in recorded history.

 

The Buffalo Bills coaches looked ridiculous. Is Kim Pegula running everything?

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15 minutes ago, Kevin1778 said:

1) Run the Ball. Yesterday the Bill's run game looked great. Let's keep it up. Must go heavy run. Regardless of score. Just stick with it. Ivory and Murphy looked great yesterday.

 

Carries 22

Yards 135

Average 6.1

 

 

2) Make a commitment to Peterman and give him only safe outlet throws with a few shots down the field. He gets rid of the ball quickly. Allen comes back when 100% healthy unless Peterman gets hot. You can't play a QB who wasn't even at camp. Anderson is here to teach. Not to play. And enough with losing locker room if Peterman plays. He didn't play yesterday and they were blown out by a 1-5 team.

 

3) Lean on that Defense. Sure it gets exposed at times but it gets turnovers too.

 

4) Special Teams must step it up. 

 

 

If they do these 4 things they will be respectable and you never know if they get hot they might stay hot.

 

Lastly, trade McCoy and Benjamin if you can. Worst case the Bills don't get hot but they clear out a bunch of cap space. 

 

The season is far from over. 

 

Once you thought of the concept “make a commitment to Peterman”, why did you bother writing the rest of the post?

 

Serious question 

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26 minutes ago, Kevin1778 said:

1) Run the Ball. Yesterday the Bill's run game looked great. Let's keep it up. Must go heavy run. Regardless of score. Just stick with it. Ivory and Murphy looked great yesterday.

 

Carries 22

Yards 135

Average 6.1

 

 

2) Make a commitment to Peterman and give him only safe outlet throws with a few shots down the field. He gets rid of the ball quickly. Allen comes back when 100% healthy unless Peterman gets hot. You can't play a QB who wasn't even at camp. Anderson is here to teach. Not to play. And enough with losing locker room if Peterman plays. He didn't play yesterday and they were blown out by a 1-5 team.

 

3) Lean on that Defense. Sure it gets exposed at times but it gets turnovers too.

 

4) Special Teams must step it up. 

 

 

If they do these 4 things they will be respectable and you never know if they get hot they might stay hot.

 

Lastly, trade McCoy and Benjamin if you can. Worst case the Bills don't get hot but they clear out a bunch of cap space. 

 

The season is far from over. 

 

 

far from over in that they still have to play 9 games, it will seem like 900 games to those of us watching for whatever our reasons

 

the run game was not great, the entire second half was purest garbagetime

 

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16 minutes ago, Kevin1778 said:

1) Run the Ball. Yesterday the Bill's run game looked great. Let's keep it up. Must go heavy run. Regardless of score. Just stick with it. Ivory and Murphy looked great yesterday.

 

Carries 22

Yards 135

Average 6.1

 

 

2) Make a commitment to Peterman and give him only safe outlet throws with a few shots down the field. He gets rid of the ball quickly. Allen comes back when 100% healthy unless Peterman gets hot. You can't play a QB who wasn't even at camp. Anderson is here to teach. Not to play. And enough with losing locker room if Peterman plays. He didn't play yesterday and they were blown out by a 1-5 team.

 

3) Lean on that Defense. Sure it gets exposed at times but it gets turnovers too.

 

4) Special Teams must step it up. 

 

 

If they do these 4 things they will be respectable and you never know if they get hot they might stay hot.

 

Lastly, trade McCoy and Benjamin if you can. Worst case the Bills don't get hot but they clear out a bunch of cap space. 

 

The season is far from over. 

You lost me at make a commitment to Peterman. I mean really? :death: I would rather line up 3 RB's and run an option attack like Navy or the Wildcat for the rest of the year. Peterman shouldn't even be allowed to take a snap in practice or even hold the controller when the offense has the ball on Madden. 

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There is not going to be any success over the last 9 games.

 

Zero success = process

 

 

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8 minutes ago, JXCOL3 said:

You lost me when you said start Nathan Freaking Peterman

 

Peterman has to start. Anderson's body is not going to survive another start. He limped off the field yesterday. 35yr olds without a preseason camp for conditioning won't last more than a game or two. If they want to start him Monday night go ahead. His body won't last more than another game. 

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this is the laugh-o-the-morning post

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Kevin1778 said:

 

Peterman has to start. Anderson's body is not going to survive another start. He limped off the field yesterday. 35yr holds without a preseason camp for conditioning won't last more than a game or two. If they want to start him Monday night go ahead. His body won't last more than another game. 

This part I agree with....he's old by NFL standards and doubtful in very good shape. 

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2 minutes ago, Kevin1778 said:

 

Peterman has to start.

No, no he does not. 

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Reverence and Respect for an imaginary friend seems to be the key evaluator for McBeane. 

Yeah, by all means, commit to Peterman... 

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Score more than 5 freaking points 

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Just now, nucci said:

This part I agree with....he's old by NFL standards and doubtful in very good shape. 

 

He is here to teach, not get embarrassed and injured. Peterman is fine. He might even improve a little with Anderson showing him a thing or two. Allen is the franchise QB. Just don't rush him back. Peterman is playing whether people like it or not. Anderson will never survive another game or two, and they better not rush Allen back.

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I just want to see our QB's passing for TD's and I don't even care if they are to the other team. Start Peterman, I'm still amazed that we signed Anderson and then started him after about 5 days of practice. This franchise is great at one thing and that's making themselves look like a horses ass. When has a team even signed a QB out of retirement then started him on such a short turnaround, ***** Bills!!!!

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Trade every vet with any semblance of value for more draft picks.  Cycle through street FAs in hopes of finding some diamonds in the rough.  Lose every single game.  Draft Bosa or Oliver.

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1 minute ago, George C said:

Reverence and Respect for an imaginary friend seems to be the key evaluator for McBeane. 

Yeah, by all means, commit to Peterman... 

 

You have to. Or you have to rush Allen back. Anderson is already injured. No way he make it another game. Committing to Peterman = not rushing Allen back.

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vs. Colts

 

Yards per rushing attempt: 6.1

Yards per passing attempt: 5.1

 

As long as Anderson is QB we’re so much better off just running the ball nearly every play.

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1 minute ago, Kevin1778 said:

 

He is here to teach, not get embarrassed and injured. Peterman is fine. He might even improve a little with Anderson showing him a thing or two. Allen is the franchise QB. Just don't rush him back. Peterman is playing whether people like it or not. Anderson will never survive another game or two, and they better not rush Allen back.

Coaches are supposed to teach....I don't see how Anderson can help Allen

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