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2 minutes ago, Greg S said:

 

The Pats with Bill are the true evil. Miami is starting to get good now but for the longest time they have been "meh". You have to go back to the Kelly-Marino days since these teams played a game of real importance.

 

For currency, yes.  True dat.  And I will admit that my Miami hate was dormant during the Brady-era.  It's only now bubbling back up since Beelzebub is in Tampa and Tyreek (this should be a thing) Hill went to Miami. 

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1 minute ago, Joe in Winslow said:

 

False. There is no other team I despise more than Miami. Patriettes are johhny-come-latelies.

 

 

 

For me its the Jets but the 20 game losing streak in the 70's was painful. One of the best regular season wins in Bills history is 17-7 in 1980. With that sad what the Pats have done during the Bill-Tom era was just as painful. As of today the Pats are more hated then the Dolphins IMHO.

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12 minutes ago, GunnerBill said:

Some guys in this thread are old. 

Some? 😂

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I don't know why every week whom ever the game announcers are if we run the ball it is for 2 yards we actual got 3 1/2 half and if we pass the ball like Diggs catch against tenn o it's not a first down he only got 9 yards.

 

Then you watch the other team the announcers say that was a great run he got 6 yards well it was 4.

 

This is the reason why we need to stop the national bs about Miami and there hipe train.

 

We get no

 

 

RESPECT 

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48 minutes ago, jletha said:

I clearly remember all of these takes at the time. Josh was well praised with some expected trepidation, as we are seeing with Tua.

There is trepidation with Tua?  I certainly have not heard it on national broadcasts.

 

I expect Dol-fans to he charged up and optimistic.  Other pundits?  Not so much.  But it's like everyone said "Tua's going to be great," so anything positive is presumed to be incontrovertible proof rather than potential confirmation bias.

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I want us to beat the Dolphins because of how the sports media slobs Tua, McDaniel, and that team right now. I don't care about his, Tua's, stats from last week. I don't care that they are 2-0. I don't care about McDaniel's offense or his socially awkward interviews or responses. I don't care about their defense or what they have supposedly accomplished these first two weeks of the season. I want us to walk into Miami, get more sacks as a defense than we had against the Rams, hit Tua 20-25 times in total, have him back there seeing ghosts, and tossing wobblers all game long. I want Edmunds or Milano to absolutely plant Tyreek Hill into the ground on one of those quick slants or screens that noodle arm will be tossing out there. 15 yard flag or no 15 yard flag, idc. Bury that guy. I want us to dominate them in every single phase of the game and leave not even the slightest doubt as to whom is running the AFCE. On their home field, in front of their "rejuvenated" fan base, beat the brakes off them just so we can hear all of the excuses. 

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9 minutes ago, scuba guy said:

I don't know why every week whom ever the game announcers are if we run the ball it is for 2 yards we actual got 3 1/2 half and if we pass the ball like Diggs catch against tenn o it's not a first down he only got 9 yards.

 

Then you watch the other team the announcers say that was a great run he got 6 yards well it was 4.

 

This is the reason why we need to stop the national bs about Miami and there hipe train.

 

We get no

 

 

RESPECT 

 

The Bills have been getting a ton of respect from everyone. Opened the season with back to back primetime games and have 5 overall. Allen is regarded as one of the best if not the best QB in the league. So many "experts" have predicted the Bills to win the Super Bowl. Beane and McDermott get praised for changing the culture of the organization as we now have one of the best front offices in all of football. While the Bills have been good for a few years now I think that Bills-Chiefs playoff game opened everyone's eyes on how good Allen is. Also how the Bills have become one of the most exciting teams to watch play.

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I actually heard some commentators this week discussing the hardships that Tua has faced.  Let's look back at this rough road to Sunday.  Grew up on the mean streets of Hawaii and went to a very good football high school.  Was a 4 star recruit and went to Alabama.  Obviously had the best coaching, facilities, trainers and surrounding cast possible for his college career.  Was drafted and did not display the leadership qualities necessary to hold down the starting job consistently.  The dolphins have surrounded him with Hill, Waddle, and Gesicki as his main targets.  Other than an injury in college, this guy has led about as charmed a football life as possible.  

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33 minutes ago, dorquemada said:

 

This might be my favorite thing i've read here

Look, I used to like Cleveland. I felt kinship over being smaller market rust belt teams. It didn't drive me bonkers when Manziel got the hype, though I loved watching him get flattened. It minorly bothered me when people tried to edge Baker Mayfield over Josh Allen, but so far that seemed like normal fan vs fan stuff.

 

Their defense, and now their fans defense of first Kareem Hunt and now Desean Watson are inexcusable.

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I would like our Bills to dismantle the fish because it will show just which team is the Boss of the AFC-E.

 

I want the Bills to pound senor tua into the turf repeatedly.

 

I want Josh Allen to be his dominant elite self. Each game we are witnessing true greatness at his position.

 

SQUISH THE FISH and I hope it is a Blowout. But as Ive previously posted one loss is not a ruined season make. So at some point the bills may lose a game this  season. Im not gonna grip all that hard. just sayin.

 

Bills.................................38

fish..................................13

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10 minutes ago, HereComesTheReignAgain said:

I actually heard some commentators this week discussing the hardships that Tua has faced.  Let's look back at this rough road to Sunday.  Grew up on the mean streets of Hawaii and went to a very good football high school.  Was a 4 star recruit and went to Alabama.  Obviously had the best coaching, facilities, trainers and surrounding cast possible for his college career.  Was drafted and did not display the leadership qualities necessary to hold down the starting job consistently.  The dolphins have surrounded him with Hill, Waddle, and Gesicki as his main targets.  Other than an injury in college, this guy has led about as charmed a football life as possible.  

Yeah, there was a moment where "Tank for Tua" was a thing. The injury was supposed to be the only thing holding him back.

 

I can remember Flores switching between Fitz and Tua and wondering what the hell was happening. While it's unfortunately common for teams to ruin excellent prospects, he's already had chances. It's not like he was throwing to trash last year either. Waddle was there last year, and they had DeVante Parker. Is Hill a step up? Absolutely. But you would think that he was like the Bills in 2018

 

 

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2 minutes ago, muppy said:

I would like our Bills to dismantle the fish because it will show just which team is the Boss of the AFC-E.

 

I want the Bills to pound senor tua into the turf repeatedly.

 

I want Josh Allen to be his dominant elite self. Each game we are witnessing true greatness at his position.

 

SQUISH THE FISH and I hope it is a Blowout. But as Ive previously posted one loss is not a ruined season make. So at some point the bills may lose a game this  season. Im not gonna grip all that hard. just sayin.

 

Bills.................................38

fish..................................13

 

I would also like to bury them and squash the narrative.  Part of me is whatever though - its the NFL... nothing is a given. You can walk up and down the schedule and say win and loss - but stuff happens out of your control.  Weather destroys a gameplan, same with an injury.  The twitter-verse won't shut up if Miami wins, and all the haters will come out again to say "See, buffalo is overrated" - but legit it doesn't matter 🙂


What I'm trying to say is - take it a game at a time and try not to get too high or low.  We lost to the Jags last year, KC was 3-4 at one point, LAR lost 3 straight in the middle of last year.  Miami beating buffalo doesn't mean they'll clean up - they could drop a game to detroit, or chicago, or whomever.  When you're a young team with a young QB stuff happens.

 

Buffalo is a playoff team, they will be there at the end.  Also if we lose this game i'd wager a guess to say buffalo smokes them in round 2 - so tiebreakers don't mean a thing.  

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14 minutes ago, WhitewalkerInPhilly said:

Look, I used to like Cleveland. I felt kinship over being smaller market rust belt teams. It didn't drive me bonkers when Manziel got the hype, though I loved watching him get flattened. It minorly bothered me when people tried to edge Baker Mayfield over Josh Allen, but so far that seemed like normal fan vs fan stuff.

 

Their defense, and now their fans defense of first Kareem Hunt and now Desean Watson are inexcusable.

 

I like the City, i have friends there, but agreed, the Browns have become unlikable in a way I didnt think possible, like a Heel in old school wrestling

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The "Tua MVP" talk began as every news outlet reported on his sportsbook odds improved slightly as an MVP winner.  Draft Kings has him at +2500 (#10 on their list), Fanduel at +1800.  For reference Josh is +425 and the slight favorite over Mahomes.

 

Hardly a groundswell of "MVP talk"....just oddsmakers licking their chops for suckers who got a chubby for Tua after Sunday.

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I just want to bury all potential competition as early as possible.

 

23 minutes ago, WhitewalkerInPhilly said:

Look, I used to like Cleveland. I felt kinship over being smaller market rust belt teams. It didn't drive me bonkers when Manziel got the hype, though I loved watching him get flattened. It minorly bothered me when people tried to edge Baker Mayfield over Josh Allen, but so far that seemed like normal fan vs fan stuff.

 

Their defense, and now their fans defense of first Kareem Hunt and now Desean Watson are inexcusable.

 

I hate disliking the Brownies.  Their local fans, like Green Bay's or a few others, reminded me of Bills fans.

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