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Divisional Round: Buffalo at KC Sunday at 6:30


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4 hours ago, BillMafia716ix said:

My heart says Bills win it. My wallet is telling me to take Chiefs.
 

 

I don’t gamble, but I remember reading Tuesday Morning Quarterback. The author would always give the stat that the home team wins nearly 75% of the divisional round games. 
 

We’re now rooting for a complete sweep by the road teams (assuming we all want Brady bounced). 

I’d say the smart money is on the remaining home teams. 

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5 hours ago, Nextmanup said:

Are you a marathon runner or something?  50 is really low! 

 

I will be a nervous wreck during the KC game, but it's a find kind of nervous wreck!

 

 

 

 


ha! I wish. I am In decent shape, but I also think the low resting heart rate is hereditary a little!

 

Agreed. This is going to be a long day! 

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5 hours ago, Nextmanup said:

It's a good example of how record is not always the best indicator of quality.

 

2 best teams in the AFC playoffs are clearly Buffalo and KC...neither of whom are Seed 1.

 

 

"Nick Wright"  LOL.

 

Dude can go F himself.

 

 

On Nick Wright agree 100%
Dude has perfected the art of baiting Bills fans with completely BS and garbage takes.  He knows what he’s doing.  Probably a big cash cow going for an otherwise unknown talking (dk) head.  

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1 hour ago, Shortchaz said:

I don’t gamble, but I remember reading Tuesday Morning Quarterback. The author would always give the stat that the home team wins nearly 75% of the divisional round games. 
 

We’re now rooting for a complete sweep by the road teams (assuming we all want Brady bounced). 

I’d say the smart money is on the remaining home teams. 

Question for you…if you flip a coin 10 times and it comes up heads all 10 times, what are the chances it comes up heads again on the 11th flip?

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1 hour ago, Shortchaz said:

I don’t gamble, but I remember reading Tuesday Morning Quarterback. The author would always give the stat that the home team wins nearly 75% of the divisional round games. 
 

We’re now rooting for a complete sweep by the road teams (assuming we all want Brady bounced)

I’d say the smart money is on the remaining home teams. 

Why would we went that? Bring him on! I wanna see the Bills make him cry on the biggest stage of all.

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33 minutes ago, mannc said:

Question for you…if you flip a coin 10 times and it comes up heads all 10 times, what are the chances it comes up heads again on the 11th flip?

https://www.inquirer.com/eagles/chiefs-bills-rams-buccaneers-game-time-channel-stream-nfl-playoffs-20220123.html

 

"Allen is 8-0 this season calling the coin toss on the road, where the visiting team’s captain calls heads or tails at midfield.  If you add in the Week 14 overtime coin toss against the Buccaneers, he’s 9-0.

 

What are the odds of Allen going 10-0 tonight? According to Gino Biondini, chair of the department of mathematics at the University at Buffalo, 0.097656%."

 

I don't know...seems like a 50/50 proposition to me. Of course, since it's Josh Allen, I would bump that up to 100%.

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57 minutes ago, mannc said:

Question for you…if you flip a coin 10 times and it comes up heads all 10 times, what are the chances it comes up heads again on the 11th flip?

I get your point, the games have to be played etc.. Your analogy would work better if the coin flip was replaced with something that has a 75% chance of happening.

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2 hours ago, Shortchaz said:

I don’t gamble, but I remember reading Tuesday Morning Quarterback. The author would always give the stat that the home team wins nearly 75% of the divisional round games. 
 

We’re now rooting for a complete sweep by the road teams (assuming we all want Brady bounced). 

I’d say the smart money is on the remaining home teams. 

“ Home team” these up against your chin👿

50 minutes ago, mattynh said:

 My spidey senses say I’m not interested probably a scam

50/50

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28 minutes ago, Shortchaz said:

I get your point, the games have to be played etc.. Your analogy would work better if the coin flip was replaced with something that has a 75% chance of happening.

What % of #1 seeds win their divisional round game? Did it matter to the Titans or the Packers ? Home teams were slightly under 50% in the NFL this season. Perhaps that’s more predictive than what happened in say, the 1970’s. 

1 hour ago, njbuff said:

DON'T LET CHRIS JONES WRECK THE GAME LIKE LAST YEAR'S AFC CHAMPIONSHIP.

The Bills fell short in many areas besides handling Chris Jones in that game. It’s taken on an almost mythical status now. Anyway the Bills are much healthier and playing at a higher level than they were in the 2020 playoffs. 

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3 hours ago, Shortchaz said:

I don’t gamble, but I remember reading Tuesday Morning Quarterback. The author would always give the stat that the home team wins nearly 75% of the divisional round games. 
 

We’re now rooting for a complete sweep by the road teams (assuming we all want Brady bounced). 

I’d say the smart money is on the remaining home teams. 

The home teams today are both still the favorites.  But, unless there’s a fix or bias from the NFL to favor the home teams today, the outcome of yesterday’s games are independent of today’s.

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All of the prognosticators are saying it’s going to be high scoring and close. Buffalo has the better defense.  KC’s defense is worse than the Patriots. We can stop them more than they can stop us. Screw it.  Flip the narrative on it’s head. Give me Buffalo 31-10.

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