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On 9/23/2022 at 6:37 PM, LABILLBACKER said:

Is there a defense where Elam can play man to man on Hill, while we zone cover Waddle with Benford/Lewis and Jaquan over the top? 

I think bills will mix it up. Elam can play some press coverage with a safety over the top. Zone up the other side. They will have a solid plan. Tua won’t have any time. He had all day to throw to wide open receivers last week. It’s crazy how Tua is good in everyone’s opinion after last weeks 4th quarter. Everyone forgot about his previous 7 quarters of Meh 🫤 

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I had to detach somewhat this week.  My thinking went from

 

too bad Jackson got hurt to thank goodness he walked out of hospital. 
 

to, wait Hyde went to hospital 

 

to, okay Poyer says they’re good

 

to, well at least our safeties are good

 

to, Hyde is not practicing and getting a second opinion

 

to, Oliver, Hyde, Phillips and Jackson ruled out

 

to, Davis looks dinged and Poyer has a toe. But at least Poyer will be out there. 
 

to, Hyde is done for season. 
 

to this morning and Poyer is out and Gabe and Settle still a game time decision.  
 

sheesh. What a terrible week for the Bills players. 
 

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Rubes said:

 

I remember saying that when Mancz was called up that it was a bad luck for Mitch. Turns out I was right despite 15 people correcting me. Despite it being a terrible “I told you so moment”, I am still not happy about saying this at all. Dammit they are out some key spots on this team against a rival who they should have destroyed if even a few more guys were healthy. Go Bills no matter what. Also, ***** the Titans.

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1 minute ago, MiltonWaddams said:

I remember saying that when Gregg Mancz was called up that it was a bad luck for Mitch. Turns out I was right despite 15 people correcting me. Despite it being done I told you so moment, I am still not happy about this at all. Dammit they are out some key spots on this team against a rival who they should have destroyed if even a few more guys werehealthy. Go Bills no matter what. Also, ***** the Titans.

 

I'm sure this is more of a decision by the team to rest up as many guys as they can in preparation for the gauntlet ahead. This is a road game against a team they play again, in Buffalo, in December, so the chances of us being able to cancel out a loss today are pretty decent. Need the wins against Baltimore, Pittsburgh, and KC coming up more than this one.

 

Also a good chance to get the young guys some real game experience against a tough opponent to see what they've got.

 

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3 minutes ago, MiltonWaddams said:

I remember saying that when Mancz was called up that it was a bad luck for Mitch. Turns out I was right despite 15 people correcting me. Despite it being a terrible “I told you so moment”, I am still not happy about saying this at all. Dammit they are out some key spots on this team against a rival who they should have destroyed if even a few more guys were healthy. Go Bills no matter what. Also, ***** the Titans.

 

There is a pile on culture here. as soon as the first response is negative everyone follows

 

with this said, who is starting at center today?

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I really hope they are using the H.E.M. method of ankle rehab versus R.I.C.E 

 

Have used it 3 times on myself and can say it is far superior in every way to traditional treatment(which I have used several times also).

 

https://hemanklerehab.com/

 

Was designed by a physical therapist who felt there was a better way to treat them because R.I.C.E ends up weakening the ankle and making sprains more likely to reoccur.

 

It's pretty simple but amazingly effective. The first time I used it went from an ankle swelled up the size of a grapefruit and crutches to virtually no swelling within 48 hours and walking normally on it. Went for a follow up with the doctor who expected me to still be on crutches and I walked in with no issues and no swelling and he was literally stunned and couldn't believe it. He asked me what I did and I told him and he was amazed...said that is was very very unusual to have something respond to treatment that quickly and that well.

 

If teams are still using the R.I.C.E protocol they are missing out on much quicker healing times, IMO.

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