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1 minute ago, LABILLBACKER said:

All I know is a true blindside block is what Landry put on Aaron ending his career. What Cody did Saturday was a perfectly legal block. It didn't even result in the player hitting the ground or anything. Houston didn't deserve that win and they know it. Im going to enjoy watching the JJ lovefest and Watson show get annihilated by Mahomes. 

I mean, KC is just a wee bit better on offense than the Bills. If they go down 16-0 to the Chefs they will lose 42-10, and JJ can slink out of the playoffs once again. What a warrior though.

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36 minutes ago, thebandit27 said:


Please explain whether Ford lead with his head, shoulder, or forearm, and at what point he made “forcible” contact.

 

https://mobile.twitter.com/BradleyGelber/status/1213644881341628417?ref_src=twsrc^tfw|twcamp^tweetembed&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fd-24341112421261816867.ampproject.net%2F1912201827130%2Fframe.html

 

Thanks in advance.

He can’t, he’s a clown...

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Total BS non call, and we know what would have happened if that was Brady taking that hit, or even Watson for that matter. Rules interpretation with Texans fouls was loosey-goosey. 

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It kinda caught me strange.  I thought: "no way do they call it at such a critical juncture in the game"... Yet, they were doing it to the Bills all game.

 

Like the 3rd18 clock at -1 second.  The refs are that far out of sync with the public clock?  Why even have the damn thing???

 

Sure appeared the deck was stacked.

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3 hours ago, BADOLBILZ said:

 

 

Pointing after the fact doesn't draw flags.  Learning how to flop does.   Officials don't want illegal contact that results in injury with no flag on their tape.

 

It's a long term play..........you may have to sit out a play once in a while to get that 15 yards but it's worth it in real time and over the long haul.

I'm thinking an even longer term play, which should span a long career.   Pegulas should have raised hell after the Dallas game fiasco when Allen was splattered after he slid feet first.    There was no excuse from the league, especially when the refs got caught on tape warning Boys to not do that again.

 

The message is clear - your marquee QBs are pushing 100 yrs old, and you'd better take steps to protect the next generation, unless you want to see games with dozens of Duck Rogers at the helm.  

 

 

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4 hours ago, NobesBLO13 said:

When watching live the way he was lying there I thought he was hurt on the play.

 

I was worried they were gonna put him in concussion protocol.

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NFL officiating has always sucked. The difference these days is 16 cameras and alter slow motion let's you see every play from so many angles.

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2 minutes ago, jkx2 said:

NFL officiating has always sucked. The difference these days is 16 cameras and alter slow motion let's you see every play from so many angles.

"Too many cam'ras and not enough food
Cause this is what we've seen
Driven to tears..."

 

Story of the Buffalo fans existence.

 

"How can you say that your not responsible?
What does it have to do with me?
What is my reaction?
What should it be?
Confronted by this latest atrocity
Driven to tears
Driven to tears
Driven to tears..."

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1 hour ago, dave mcbride said:

What missed calls were there against the Texans? And what unfair calls were made against them? Any at all that you can point out besides the unbelievably high number of in-play penalties called against Houston over the course of nearly five quarters? 🤔

Off the top of my head they missed a hold on Spain in our first drive in OT..... My point is the refs didn’t cost the Bills the game. There were plays to be made that weren’t, the reason they lost.

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4 hours ago, Ray Finkel said:

No in play penalties against Texans seems odd.  I saw Jerry Hughes getting choked out on a couple of occasions.

Like the 3rd & 18 play. He was literally tackled.

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20 minutes ago, ExiledInIllinois said:

It kinda caught me strange.  I thought: "no way do they call it at such a critical juncture in the game"... Yet, they were doing it to the Bills all game.

 

Like the 3rd18 clock at -1 second.  The refs are that far out of sync with the public clock?  Why even have the damn thing???

 

Sure appeared the deck was stacked.

It sure did. Kind of like the last game they played in Texas on Turkey day. They were able to overcome it that night, but this time it was a bit too much. NFL wanted the Texas market tuning in to the playoffs next week. 

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1 hour ago, Turk71 said:

No one benefits? The Texans were called for 2 offside penalties for the entire game and overtime. They committed two delay of games on purpose, the critical one they didn't do on purpose wasn't called of course. Not a single holding call on either side of the ball, no interference, etc., and when their kick returner makes a HUGE  boneheaded mistake that would have broken them, he is let of the hook and they pretend it didn't happen. No one benefits?  GTFO of here with that bull####.

I’m making an overall statement that NFL fans and teams don’t benefit from the substandard officiating that occurs every week. That’s what I mean when I say “no one benefits”. Different teams  (except maybe the Pats) are getting a bad deal each week. Officiating should be better across the board. College football has superior officiating to what we see in the NFL every week.

 

As far as our game, we had some bad calls go against us, but we can either whine about bad calls, or simply realize that our team didn’t show up, therefore they didn’t deserve to win. Our team stunk on Saturday. The refs were awful, but that game wasn’t all their fault. If we need to win on a fluke kickoff return, we weren’t going far anyway. Blaming that loss on the refs is ridiculous, and I can’t believe how many people on this board are doing it. Here’s the list of reasons we lost: McD could coach with some guts, Allen could play smarter, our guys could block defenders, our defense could play a soft zone and tackle the ball carrier short of the sticks on a third and forever. Those are just some of the reasons we lost in addition to a few unlucky calls. 

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4 hours ago, SirAndrew said:

You could on for days with all the missed calls in an NFL game. Officiating is terrible across the board, and no one benefits from it. 

 

they really need to start firing nfl refs.  too many are lazy and don’t care.  make them earn their jobs like the players.  bring in refs from college to replace the ones who are not up to par.   

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1 minute ago, SirAndrew said:

I’m making an overall statement that NFL fans and teams don’t benefit from the substandard officiating that occurs every week. That’s what I mean when I say “no one benefits”. Different teams  (except maybe the Pats) are getting a bad deal each week. Officiating should be better across the board. College football has superior officiating to what we see in the NFL every week.

 

As far as our game, we had some bad calls go against us, but we can either whine about bad calls, or simply realize that our team didn’t show up, therefore they didn’t deserve to win. Our team stunk on Saturday. The refs were awful, but that game wasn’t all their fault. If we need to win on a fluke kickoff return, we weren’t going far anyway. 

Both teams battled hard. One team benefitted greatly from bad calls and eventually won the game. What of the Texans team that got down 16-0 on their own field? Seems like they might have stunk a bit. Your take that it’s okay for one team to commit fouls and not suffer any consequences for it is awful. 

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5 minutes ago, Boatdrinks said:

Both teams battled hard. One team benefitted greatly from bad calls and eventually won the game. What of the Texans team that got down 16-0 on their own field? Seems like they might have stunk a bit. Your take that it’s okay for one team to commit fouls and not suffer any consequences for it is awful. 

The refs were terrible, but we still lost the game due to our own mistakes. I go into every game assuming poor officiating will need to be overcome to win. We allowed an opponent to convert a 3rd and 23 in OT. Something about makes it difficult for me to obsess over the officiating as the leading cause of this loss. 

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4 hours ago, Devilmann said:

Bottom line we’re up 16-0 in the 3rd. It shouldn’t have come down to depending on penalties to win that game. It’s time to get over it all. It was a all around team loss plain and simple. 

 

If they call that penalty, and the Bills win on a field goal, would that have made it a team win in your mind, or would it have simply been a lucky call in a game the Bills deserved to lose?

 

I get it. It wasn't a great game by the Bills on multiple levels. But penalties are a part of the game. When they get called AND when they DON''T get called. That was a bad non-call that SHOULD have turned the game, and poo-pooing it because you somehow think the team should have played better is kinda lazy thinking, at best.

 

One minute you're poo-pooing a flagrant non-call and the next minute the Rams are in the SB because of a flagrant non-call that would have given the Saints the ticket. 

 

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5 hours ago, GoBills808 said:

Mmm I thought it was borderline in game but Newton never gets this call and Allen probably won't for his career trajectory. However unfair that may be

 

Now Clowney's hit on Wentz: THAT was 100% unnecessary roughness. And probably warranted more than 15 yards tbh

Disagree Clowneys hit was totally clean 

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3 minutes ago, 78thealltimegreat said:

Disagree Clowneys hit was totally clean 

Dunno...

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7 minutes ago, 78thealltimegreat said:

Looks fine to me 

Mmm disagree but whatevs

 

 

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Isn't this the clear definition of helmet to helmet? Looks like he even lunges a bit. This was the most one sided officiated game I have ever seen. They basically weren't calling ANYTHING on Houston and making the tackiest of calls on Buffalo. Along with giving generous spots and literally making up rules as they go. Maddening. 

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7 hours ago, CommonCents said:

Booger was somehow only the 2nd most annoying person in the booth. 

Yeah that other guy and all his FG talk had me at wits end. I mean it felt like he wanted to jinx is by keep talking about Haushka never missed, this is the same distance as Norwood etc etc.

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15 minutes ago, The Jokeman said:

Yeah that other guy and all his FG talk had me at wits end. I mean it felt like he wanted to jinx is by keep talking about Haushka never missed, this is the same distance as Norwood etc etc.

Yeah he was throwing some serious bad juju at us. It was crazy. 

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The refs should have needed a police escort to get to their cars on Saturday.

 

We, as fans, didn't express our disapproval enough, IMO. The fans should have rioted.

8 hours ago, SirAndrew said:

The refs were terrible, but we still lost the game due to our own mistakes. I go into every game assuming poor officiating will need to be overcome to win. We allowed an opponent to convert a 3rd and 23 in OT. Something about makes it difficult for me to obsess over the officiating as the leading cause of this loss. 

3rd and 18.

 

it should have been 3rd and 23 with the delay of game penalty that wasn't called. notice half of our players were pointing at the play clock at ZERO before the ball was snapped, then caught off guard, the play began a second later.

 

hosed. the refs should be held accountable and FIRED for this travesty.

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