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Week 8: Patriots at Bills

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3 minutes ago, Justin C said:

 

They actually did just open one on McKinley in the plaza across the street from the mall. 

 

Thanks for letting me know, I am not over there very often.

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1 hour ago, DDCC said:

I want us to win. I have been following the bills since Jack Kemp and Minnie max Anderson.  The pats have our number

Then I’m sure you remember the Dolphins had our number ( back in the day ) ? 
Things change 

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1 minute ago, YoloinOhio said:

I know he does that, but I’m just not convinced they have the high end talent or OL play this season to make the new wrinkle into a game winning strategy 

 

Their oline was a fair bit better this past week with Andrews and Mason back. When they are all heathy LT to RG is a top 10 unit. They do have issues at RT but I think they can run the football on us. They were blocking well for Harris. The key for the Bills is get up on them and take away that run game with scoreboard pressure. That is what the 9ers were able to do and the Pats unravelled from there.

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4 minutes ago, Justin C said:

 

They actually did just open one on McKinley in the plaza across the street from the mall. 

 

They aren't bad. Better than Subway, I think. But they are still a chain store.

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So heres my weekly "We're due for a defensive score" post......

 

Its been a ridiculously long time since we've scored on D(2017). This drought has become creepily long at this point.... We're due for a defensive score

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1 hour ago, D. L. Hot-Flamethrower said:

DiBella's>>>>>>>

From wiki

 

"Wegmans has incorporated DiBella's style sub shops into their stores, with consultation from the DiBella family, but they are not actual DiBella's restaurants. Top New York food critic Derek Ellis has suggested the Wegman's sub may have even surpassed the original DiBella's sub, though this claim was met with criticism from New York Times food critic Matthew Krush.[citation needed]"

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19 minutes ago, D. L. Hot-Flamethrower said:

24/7 in the whirlpool right


Extra treatment in the whirlpool 😂

 

Because the ARPwave machines, cupping, cryotherapy, infrared saunas, etc don’t do 💩

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22 hours ago, nucci said:

have you watched them this season?

 

No way!!!! Why? Have them been losing?

22 hours ago, RochesterLifer said:

Fixed

 

Hmmmm. 🧐

22 hours ago, YoloinOhio said:

I know how they were with Brady. How are they without him?

 

Brady isn't there anymore? I thought he was..

22 hours ago, thebandit27 said:


Do we? I mean, all we know about the 2020 version is that they’re 2-4 with the 31st ranked scoring offense.

 

WHOA!!!! 😲😲

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22 hours ago, Bills fan since 87 said:

 

Yeah, bad.  This isn't the last 20 years, you need to be more aware of the rest of the league and how teams look THIS year 

 

Yeah apparently I do!!!! :) Don't make me excited!!! :)

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3 hours ago, atlbillsfan1975 said:

Yep, he isn’t a great college scout, I’d say he is average.

We will see some posters defending him, always happens whenever I point out he isn’t very good at drafting. A good QB in the right scheme can some deficiencies, Belichick is on his own now and it’s not looking good. 

 

I will defend his drafting the way I always do - the run they had 2008-2016 is one of the best spells of consistent drafting by any team in the league in the last 20 years. They drafted really well and it is no coincidence that run of drafting coincided with the setting up their second era of Superbowl runs.

 

Jerod Mayo, Matthew Slater, Patrick Chung, Julian Edelman, Sebastian Vollmer, Devin McCourty, Rob Gronkowski, Aaron Hernandez, Nate Solder, Marcus Cannon, Shane Vereen, Chandler Jones, Dont'a Hightower, Jamie Collins, Logan Ryan, James White, Malcolm Brown, Tre Flowers, Shaq Mason, Joe Thuney…. plus Malcolm Butler and David Andrews as UDFAs. I make that 20 actual difference makers who were established starters over a 9 year period. That is without including guys like Elandon Roberts and Ted Karras and Nate Ebner and Duron Harmon and Brandon Spikes and Tavon Wilson who were solid depth and role players.... oh and of course Jimmy Garoppolo and Jacoby Brissett one starting level and one top end backup Quarterback who were trade away for more capital.

 

Those drafts were the backbone of a roster that won 3 Superbowls and produced 7 all pro selections and 20 pro bowl selections (some were the same players multiple times). They have however drafted incredible BADLY since 2017. I don't know what you put it down to. It coincides with the coming and going of Bob Quinn in a senior personnel role in the Front Office but my understanding is he was mainly on the pro personnel side and he has hardly smashed it out of the park as GM in Detroit.

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1 hour ago, Mrbojanglezs said:

 

Thanks for letting me know, I am not over there very often.

 

If you do decide to try Jersey Mike's then I recommend the #9.

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Just perused the Pats*** forum and their ‘Bills Week’ thread. Kind of interesting as many see clearly that their team stinks and others think it’s just a lull. Short thread, only three pages when I was there. 
 

Fun read nonetheless. 😃 

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1 hour ago, gobills1212 said:

From wiki

 

"Wegmans has incorporated DiBella's style sub shops into their stores, with consultation from the DiBella family, but they are not actual DiBella's restaurants. Top New York food critic Derek Ellis has suggested the Wegman's sub may have even surpassed the original DiBella's sub, though this claim was met with criticism from New York Times food critic Matthew Krush.[citation needed]"

Wegmans passed DiBellas a long time ago. It’s not even close anymore.

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3 minutes ago, Not at the table Karlos said:

Is this the place on transit? If so, very good. Huge menu.


Yep. 63 signature sandwiches and a boatload of other options as well.

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22 minutes ago, Greg S said:

 

If you do decide to try Jersey Mike's then I recommend the #9.

 

*snickers in hoagie snob*

 

7 minutes ago, thebandit27 said:


Yep. 63 signature sandwiches and a boatload of other options as well.

 

63 variations of bad sandwiches are still bad. I feel for people outside the hoagie zone.

 

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