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Ralph.-Its his fault that the Bills have been an awful franchise for 60 years.

Only Mike brown,Little Danny Snyder,and whoever owns the Lions were worse owners. Absolutely zero football sense.

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Ronnie Harmon. The Bickering Bills ceased being the Bickering Bills after he left. Coincidence? I think not. There were rumors that he was splitting the team along racial lines. One story had him passing a football around for players to sign, but not Andre Reed,  because he was mixed race.

The drop in the end zone vs. the Browns only adds to the venom.

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4 minutes ago, bopper2 said:

Ronnie Harmon. The Bickering Bills ceased being the Bickering Bills after he left. Coincidence? I think not. There were rumors that he was splitting the team along racial lines. One story had him passing a football around for players to sign, but not Andre Reed,  because he was mixed race.

The drop in the end zone vs. the Browns only adds to the venom.

i dont think that was such a brutal 'drop' it was in tight quarters and was over his head.Kinda went through his hands.Woulda been a good catch.Not like it landed in his lap.Of course its been a few yrs but i dont remember it being a full on drop.

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2 minutes ago, Tcali said:

i dont think that was such a brutal 'drop' it was in tight quarters and was over his head.Kinda went through his hands.Woulda been a good catch.Not like it landed in his lap.Of course its been a few yrs but i dont remember it being a full on drop.

 

you 100% absolve THIS???

 

 

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what fan could possibly come up with a tougher situation to make a clutch catch,  poor Ronnie Harmon.

 

 

 

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Phil Housley. I know he didn’t play football but I just hated him so much.

 

for me, Jarius Byrd and Ronnie Harmon

 

Also, The Queen, the Vatican, the Gettys, the Rothschilds, and Colonel Sanders before he went tets-up. Oh, I hated the Colonel with is wee beady eyes! And that smug look on his face, "Oh, you're gonna buy my chicken! Ohhhhh!"

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I dislike any player that gets traded and then has the gall to badmouth Buffalo. There have been several. The ones that come to mind are McGahee, Skittles,  Gilmore and now Sammy Watkins, Takes a lot of nerve to be given an NFL shot and then talk smack out the door makes me lose respect.

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3 hours ago, bopper2 said:

Ronnie Harmon. The Bickering Bills ceased being the Bickering Bills after he left. Coincidence? I think not. There were rumors that he was splitting the team along racial lines. One story had him passing a football around for players to sign, but not Andre Reed,  because he was mixed race.

The drop in the end zone vs. the Browns only adds to the venom.

 

LOLOLOL at Ronnie Harmon and everyone who defends him.  His cheating began long before his tenure with the Bills.  I am an Iowa Hawkeye and his gambling issues started well before he was a Bill.  I just happened to get shafted on both teams he played for.

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Great question.

OK, here's my principles for who gets to be considered:

(1) tenure as a Bill has too be long enough to build up a reservoir of ill will. Otherwise we could just say "Vontae Davis" (some have) and "Percy Harvin" and be done with it. I say it should be a guy who played more than one season in a Bills uniform.

(2) has to be a player that makes enough money to truly earn our disdain. So notoriously bad kick return specialists or lower paid backup QBs shouldn't really count. But I'll make an exception for truly horrid performers; let's call it the "Marangi Rule."

(3) it really has to be someone who stood out for being (a) out of shape/lazy or (b) an arrogant jerk with respect to fans and teammates. Not just some Erik Pears or Vlad Ducasse, who just sucked but who (to my memory) were never this type of guy. But the Marangi Rule applies here too.

So ... that leaves me with:

- Mario Williams. He played hard and well for half of his time here (well, maybe a third). But the huge, huge salary and lackluster effort overcomes the positive moments.

- Ronnie Harmon. Scores so high on 3(b) that it obliterates the good things he did.

- Aaron Maybin. Same as Harmon but high (literally) on the lazy side.

- Fumblin' Wayne Patrick. OK, that's a blast from the past. But he was my first ever least favorite Bill. A fullback who couldn't seem to hang onto the ball, yet stuck with the Bills for 5 full seasons. Jim Braxton finally came along to put him out of his misery.

- And, of course ... Gary Marangi

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On 1/30/2020 at 4:57 AM, FireChans said:

Their games couldn’t be more different. Or their sizes. Or anything, really.

 

Cole is 5’8. Hogan is 5 inches taller. Cole is a slot player. Hogan almost exclusively plays the boundary.

Both are white as the OP indicates while simultaneously implying that a black WR just has to drop his Johnson on the field and that will get results (Nothing to see here) 

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McGahee. I remember seeing red when he left and trashed the Bills after really being a disappointment for a good chunk of time that he was here. And then he had that terrible Jim Rome interview and was just kind of an awkward dude in general. People have trashed Lynch in this thread for seemingly not liking Buffalo but McGahee provided the blueprint. And he was less charismatic. And intelligent. And good. Just a total bum.

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13 hours ago, GoBills808 said:

Justin Rogers

No need to be hatin on a Spider!

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5 hours ago, The Jokeman said:

Over blown op/ed piece, with the tailings of truth scattered about, imo.

 

It’s fun to debate this with all its ins and outs, but it really is nothing to get up about, after all it’s just a bunch of guys opinions getting thrown around. Those that still hold a grudge? Oh well for them. You have your opinion and I respect that, and do not think worse of you for holding it. 

 

Not quite time for beer 🍺 but it’s 5:00 🕔 somewhere 😁👍

 

Go Bills!!!

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based on play Ken Irvin or chris Watson.  
 

based on looking at the guy and just not liking him, Flukie

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Surprised there is no mention of the killer or the cocaine trafficking deadbeat dad. 

 

i guess as a Bill while a Bill on the field, no one pissed me off more than lil Dougie.  Off the field Maybin talked like a hofer that didn’t sniff the field 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Over 29 years of fanhood said:

Surprised there is no mention of the killer or the cocaine trafficking deadbeat dad. 

 

i guess as a Bill while a Bill on the field, no one pissed me off more than lil Dougie.  Off the field Maybin talked like a hofer that didn’t sniff the field 

 

 

 

How about when Sam Watkins demanded at least 10 targets/game .... before a game during which he was watching from the sideline in civilian clothes?  That guy.

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2 minutes ago, Gugny said:

 

How about when Sam Watkins demanded at least 10 targets/game .... before a game during which he was watching from the sideline in civilian clothes?  That guy.


yeah he is a tool for sure. Sam-Me

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On 1/30/2020 at 6:57 AM, Cripple Creek said:

Long snapper.

 

All

Of

Them

No love for Adam Linger? 

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4 minutes ago, Steve O said:

No love for Adam Linger? 

 

Garrison Sanborn is THE MAN.

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On 1/29/2020 at 11:24 PM, Agent 91 said:

Probably Trent Edward's. Nothing he really did more so I never saw anything out of him. He was vanilla and just constantly checked the ball down. He had no promise of  putting  the team on his back but Buffalo loved him

 

I'm going w/ the guy on your avatar, Maybin.  Total bust, seemed to have a bad attitude.  That said, he should NEVER have been taken at 11.  

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13 hours ago, The Frankish Reich said:

Great question.

OK, here's my principles for who gets to be considered:

(1) tenure as a Bill has too be long enough to build up a reservoir of ill will. Otherwise we could just say "Vontae Davis" (some have) and "Percy Harvin" and be done with it. I say it should be a guy who played more than one season in a Bills uniform.

(2) has to be a player that makes enough money to truly earn our disdain. So notoriously bad kick return specialists or lower paid backup QBs shouldn't really count. But I'll make an exception for truly horrid performers; let's call it the "Marangi Rule."

(3) it really has to be someone who stood out for being (a) out of shape/lazy or (b) an arrogant jerk with respect to fans and teammates. Not just some Erik Pears or Vlad Ducasse, who just sucked but who (to my memory) were never this type of guy. But the Marangi Rule applies here too.

So ... that leaves me with:

- Mario Williams. He played hard and well for half of his time here (well, maybe a third). But the huge, huge salary and lackluster effort overcomes the positive moments.

- Ronnie Harmon. Scores so high on 3(b) that it obliterates the good things he did.

- Aaron Maybin. Same as Harmon but high (literally) on the lazy side.

- Fumblin' Wayne Patrick. OK, that's a blast from the past. But he was my first ever least favorite Bill. A fullback who couldn't seem to hang onto the ball, yet stuck with the Bills for 5 full seasons. Jim Braxton finally came along to put him out of his misery.

- And, of course ... Gary Marangi

Mario Williams was a 1st team all-pro as a Bill and averaged 11 sacks a year. It’s not his fault Rex thought he should drop into coverage.

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Gary Anderson - he deliberately tanked preseason to be cut.

Friend who was involved with Steelers at time said there were communications with him prior to being cut by Bills.

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