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I wonder if this is a line that's preached by McD, the media training gurus, or coincidence?

 

In the past week I've read or heard both Hyde and Poyer say it about the D, and now Teller in an article in the BN today, and I believe Dawkins repeated it recently too, about the O-line.

 

While there are worse cliches, it does make me wonder if the D and/or the O-line will reach the Karman Line this year...?

 

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This TPS report is missing a cover sheet, didnt you get the memo??

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It's better than Playoff Caliber.  Every team in the NFL has the chance to be in the playoffs, I always thought it sounded dumb.  "We're an NFL football team!"

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1 hour ago, Mrbojanglezs said:

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I got "Stanleyed."  That's a low blow man...

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3 hours ago, TPS said:

I wonder if this is a line that's preached by McD, the media training gurus, or coincidence?

 

In the past week I've read or heard both Hyde and Poyer say it about the D, and now Teller in an article in the BN today, and I believe Dawkins repeated it recently too, about the O-line.

 

While there are worse cliches, it does make me wonder if the D and/or the O-line will reach the Karman Line this year...?

 

It's good that our safeties are both on the same page.

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3 hours ago, TPS said:

I wonder if this is a line that's preached by McD, the media training gurus, or coincidence?

 

In the past week I've read or heard both Hyde and Poyer say it about the D, and now Teller in an article in the BN today, and I believe Dawkins repeated it recently too, about the O-line.

 

While there are worse cliches, it does make me wonder if the D and/or the O-line will reach the Karman Line this year...?

 

....sorry  but I prefer "steady as she goes Admiral Nelson" first....consider all of the personnel newness, new coaches, scheme and philosophy development ahead......lay a solid foundation in 2019 with a WC spot as the goal and THEN "sky's the limit" as the ultimate goal becomes a bit more realistic.....I'm just a bit more conservative heading into year 57 of following this club and CERTAINLY do not intend to rain on anyone's level of optimism..........

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What if you believe in a flat earth with a dome though? Then the sky isn’t so high right?

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4 hours ago, TPS said:

I wonder if this is a line that's preached by McD, the media training gurus, or coincidence?

 

In the past week I've read or heard both Hyde and Poyer say it about the D, and now Teller in an article in the BN today, and I believe Dawkins repeated it recently too, about the O-line.

 

While there are worse cliches, it does make me wonder if the D and/or the O-line will reach the Karman Line this year...?

 

Or maybe they all watched scar face 

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5 hours ago, Putin said:

Or maybe they all watched scar face 

"say hello to my little friend..."?
 

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Fans always want praise and credit before anything is actually accomplished. Once the Bills start winning, they will get the recognition. It doesn’t have to be built up like crazy before anything of substance occurs. Every team has potential. The only thing that matters is wether or not you do something with it. The Bills seem to have a very nice nucleus of young talent. That is not unlike many other seasons in the past. It’s natural to feel optimistic in the offseason. The sky is the limit for nearly every team. Go out and learn how to win and put a season together. All this talent does is use up the excuse cards. I do feel good about the direction of the team and I feel like quality personnel moves have been on the incline. The draft especially has been a strong suit. It’s now time to translate that into wins on the field. The roster turnover in the NFL is incredible. You won’t have the same team for very long. Take advantage.

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Is McDermott losing control of the team? Instead of mastering their playbooks and staying in shape this offseason, are the players more focused on quixotic careers as fighter pilots or astronauts?

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