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  1. 3 points
    A loss like that should be humiliating regardless of opponent. Their defense played like ASS. Their performance made me feel better about the Bills' defense that's for sure.
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    That scenario is more implausible than the idea of a whore become vice president of the USA.
  3. 2 points
    I really thought Russell Wilson would outscore the Bills today.
  4. 2 points
    Holy Crap what a turn around if i ever saw one......looks like he may just have found his position on the defence....what he did before...forget it! Keep this guy blitzing the QB!
  5. 2 points
    Remember when watching the game today.....NOBODY has been able to stop Seattle. NOOOOOOOBODY. So you might want to pump the brakes before you start threads, posts, and shouts in the shout box screaming OUR D SUCKS! When our defense is on the field might be a good time to go take a shit....talk a walk outside....get a drink.....check your email.....turn the station.....jerk off......play a game on your phone.....
  6. 2 points
    It seems the Allen from the first four games is back. Strange, but probably the shoulder injury was that bad and affected him so much. but this was only the Seattle secondary. So let’s not crown his ass just yet ...
  7. 2 points
    Fuck 'em. They should be embarrassed but not because it was the Bills.
  8. 2 points
    Well, reading this thread has boosted my confidence that the Bills can win. After reading all this, I feel the Bills chance are up by 5%. Giving them a grand total of 5% chance of winning in my book.
  9. 2 points
    No honeymoon for the leftist homos, either. Trump is going to prevail!
  10. 1 point
    Now that I got the only thing I cared about - Trump the FUCK outta the White House. I'm golden. No need to deal with you little infatuated bitches in here anymore. I'll just stick to Football for awhile if not for good. I never wanted this. I'm not as bad as I come across on here, I'm kind've a prick, but I'm good people. Most of you will never know that and I really don't care if you don't agree. I'm sure you will reply, because you have nothing better to do - as evidenced by the sheer number of posts you're been making on a gorgeous Saturday night. I put way to much stress and energy into all this bullshit and now that your lord and savior is cowering in a hole somewhere, probably crying and blaming every one but himself, you're completely unhinged. I'll leave you with this. When Trump speaks, he invites negative feelings. Feelings of anger, hatred, revenge and suspicion. That's all you get from Trump. You hate people who don't support Trump. You're suspicious that everything and everyone is an attempt to sabotage Trump. You're angry because you hate it that he's lost and you can't find a single thin g that will convince you otherwise. Biden incites feelings of hope and relief and that the President is working to move this country forward and to embrace the future, not dwell on the past and use it to keep us divided. Now you Range Stooges and right wing brain-washees are saying that I'm full of shit. Maybe I am but I don't give a fuck. Trump is out! It's over. I spent way too much time and grief trying to open your eyes, but your lost - and you know who I'm talking to. Go ahead and slam me. Call me every RW insult you can come up with. I'll never know. I'm out. Have fun, snowflakes! Try not to cry too much. Long Live President Biden!! See how nice that sounds?
  11. 1 point
    Keeping it simple this week Slow Cooker Chicken with Mushroom Wine Sauce 1 (10.75 ounce) can condensed cream of mushroom soup 1 teaspoon dried minced onion 1 teaspoon dried parsley ¼ cup white wine ¼ teaspoon garlic powder 1 tablespoon milk 1 (4 ounce) can mushroom pieces, drained salt and pepper to taste 4 boneless, skinless chicken breast halves Directions Step 1 In a slow cooker, mix together the soup, onion, parsley, wine, garlic powder, milk, and mushroom pieces. Season with salt and pepper. Place chicken in the slow cooker, covering with the soup mixture. Step 2 Cook on Low setting for 5 to 6 hours, or on High setting for 3 to 4 hours.
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    Likewise, I felt the same. Put some Franks hot sauce on the crow, it’s not that bad!!
  14. 1 point
    Ugh, these threads are like talking about ex-girlfriends you let get away. Who cares? They're gone, they're not here, let's move on.
  15. 1 point
    What he has done with Josh Allen and the creative game plans he comes up with will surely get him some good looks at a HC next year. I remember people and maybe Daboll himself saying they would tailor their offense to the opponent and he sure has. I don't think anyone can predict what the Bills gameplay will be from game to game and it sure throws teams off.
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    Damn Dude great prediction! Who woulda thunk it!
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    Lot of guys making plays today. That’s what you need. Give up 30 but get sacks, force turnovers. That’s what you need to do vs elite offenses. Outside of the Moore TD there was nothing cheap.
  21. 1 point
    Sounds pretty tasty. Went with chicken Marsala last night
  22. 1 point
    Looking like a signature win coming up here today. At least at halftime.
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    https://wmbriggs.com/post/33377/ Here's a good one that shows the fraud in PA
  25. 1 point
    I was blowing up SackMan's avatar...I need to be careful here......his avatar, diagram, instructional page , anyways I was studying the scientific terminology so I could impress my urologist if I need to go see one. And then I though, who gives a shit, he or she wouldn't be impressed anyways or they hit you with a real barrage of terminology then would send you to seek another doctor.
  26. 1 point
    I'll put it in simpler terms He's a coward and knows that he's gonna end up regretting nearly everything he's said So he took his ball and went home
  27. 1 point
    yup was there......we had fitzy at that time....the halftime show with Psi was more exciting than watching that shitshow...they put a 50 burger on us that day....
  28. 1 point
    oh yeah.....im waiting to hear the commentators say shit like......"first time this season seattle's defence has done this".....or "first time this season the seattle defence has done that".....etc etc etc..........
  29. 1 point
    Let us not forget the real reason why HipCunt is leaving. It's because he doesn't want to spend the next 4 years defending the shit show that will be a Harris-Biden presidency should the results stand. He doesn't have the heart for the fight.
  30. 1 point
    Examples of voter fraud are like cockroaches. For every one proven example you find you know there are 1000 hiding behind the wall that you haven't gotten yet.
  31. 1 point
    lol, hard times daddy. That first year even with the playoff appearance, was 100% smoke and mirrors. The defense got a ton of ridiculously timed turnovers. We caught breaks with matchups and opposing players being hurt, and the Von Miller, fake handshake/too slow switcheroo 15 yard penalty. Team sucked the next year. Last year was similar to year 1 only we had a ridiculously weak schedule but the team was actually on the rise. It's certainly possible he's the White Marvin Lewis. It's also possible the team has actually overachieved quite a bit under McD. The one thing that I want see is just way more juice on defense. Guys have to want to make plays. Poyer is the only guy who week in and week out seems to be all over the field. We need guys week in and week out making plays, and preferably before there's 30 seconds left in the 4th quarter.
  32. 1 point
    Pretty much what I expect. Buffalo can't stop the run and has been terrible at getting teams off the field on 3rd down plays.
  33. 1 point
    I hope you're right. If we can see the Josh Allen we had in September, I'll be more inclined to agree. But if he plays like he did in October.... I dunno....
  34. 1 point
    So expect Seattle to score when Bills D is on the field. Got it!
  35. 1 point
    Sean may not be far off here. Honestly. I think McD will let them run. If we start giving up longer passes, then yeah that’s not on purpose.
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    Sure, Frawkster. Sure Presidents don't go to jail, idiot. Never have and never will. They spent every round of ammo they had trying to oust him...he's clean, child. Worst case is he lives like a king after riding off and still gets to torment all his haters at his leisure with no worries. You on the other hand will still be stuck giving knob jobs in the local gas station bathroom to maintain your lavish lifestyle in your deluxe finished basement at mommy and daddy's.
  38. 1 point
    Is it just me or does fanback strike you as an incel? It makes perfect sense with these maga chudz.
  39. 1 point
    That’s an O for offence, not a 0 for zero.....sorry about that..
  40. 1 point
    If you lived in Buffalo and experienced the buffoonery of the Canadian government since the first Trudeau and, oh---my---god the current one, you would run away, run away fast from that idea. Western Canadians are a little better than the eastern attitudes but they still willingly put up with the out right buffoonery of laws and liberal though process.
  41. 1 point
    You mean President. Get ready for weed Wednesdays and dealing with North Korea
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    Only in 3rd World countries right? (BBC) Vote rigging: How to spot the tell-tale signs Gabon's opposition says it was cheated of victory, after official results showed a turnout of 99.93% in President Ali Bongo's home region, with 95% of votes in his favour. Elizabeth Blunt has witnessed many elections across Africa, as both a BBC journalist and election observer and looks at six signs of possible election rigging. Too many voters Watch the turnout figures ‒ they can be a big giveaway. You never get a 98% or 99% turnout in an honest election. You just don't. Voting is compulsory in Gabon, but it is not enforced; even in Australia where it is enforced, where you can vote by post or online and can be fined for not voting, turnout only reaches 90-95%. The main reason that a full turnout is practically impossible is that electoral registers, even if they are recently compiled, can rarely be 100% up-to-date. Even if no-one gets sick or has to travel, people still die. And when a register is updated, new voters are keen to add themselves to the list. No-one, however, has any great enthusiasm for removing the names of those who have died, and over time the number of these non-existent voters increases. I once reported on an election in the Niger Delta where some areas had a turnout of more than 120%. "They're very healthy people round here, and very civic-minded," a local official assured me. But a turnout of more than 100%, in an area or an individual polling station, is a major red flag and a reason to cancel the result and re-run the election. A high turnout in specific areas Even where the turnout is within the bounds of possibility, if the figure is wildly different from the turnout elsewhere, it serves as a warning. Why would one particular area, or one individual polling station, have a 90% turnout, while most other areas register less than 70%? Something strange is almost certainly going on, especially if the high turnout is an area which favours one particular candidate or party over another. Large numbers of invalid votes There are other, more subtle ways that riggers can increase votes ‒ or reduce them. Keep an eye on the number of votes excluded as invalid. Even in countries with low literacy rates this isn't normally above 5%. High numbers of invalid votes can mean that officials are disqualifying ballots for the slightest imperfection, even when the voter's intention is perfectly clear, in an attempt to depress votes for their opponents. More votes than ballot papers issued When the polls close, and before they open the boxes, election officials normally have to go through a complicated and rather tedious process known as the reconciliation of ballots. After they have counted how many ballot papers they received in the morning, they then need to count how many are left, and how many ‒ if any ‒ were torn or otherwise spoiled and had to be put aside. The result will tell them how many papers should be in the box. It should also match the number of names checked off on the register. The first task when the box is opened is to count the number of papers inside, this is done prior to counting the votes for the different candidates. If there is a discrepancy, something is wrong. And if there are more papers in the boxes than were issued by the polling staff, it is highly likely that someone has been doing some "stuffing". That's a good enough reason to cancel the result and arrange a re-run. Results that don't match Mobile phones have made elections much more transparent. It is now standard practice to allow party agents, observers and sometimes even voters to watch the counting process and take photographs of the results sheet with their phones. They then have proof of the genuine results from their area ‒ just in case the ones announced later by the electoral commission don't match. It has clearly taken crooked politicians some time to catch up with the fact that people will now know if they change the results. In south-eastern Togo, local party representatives told me that they witnessed the count in 2005 and endorsed the result; they saw the official in charge leave for the capital, taking the signed results sheet with him. Yet the results announced later on the radio were different. The same thing happened in Katanga Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo in 2011. The results announced on the radio were not the same as those international observers saw posted outside the polling stations. But this transparency only works if the official announcement of results includes figures for individual counting centres ‒ and this has become an issue in the current Gabonese election. Delay in announcing results Finally something that is not necessarily a sign of rigging, but it is often assumed to be so. Election commissions, particularly in Africa, can appear to take an inordinately long time to publish official results. This is not helped by local observer networks and political parties who, tallying up the results sent in by their agents on mobile phones, have a good idea of the result long before the more cumbersome official process is completed. But the official process takes time, especially in countries with poor communications, and the introduction of modern electronic transmission systems has not necessarily helped. Where these systems have proved too demanding for the context, as in Malawi last year, they can actually increase delays as staff struggle to make the technology work. In that particular case the results eventually had to be transmitted the old fashioned way; placed in envelopes and driven down to the capital under police escort. By then, allegations of rigging were flying. Delay is certainly dangerous, fuelling rumours of results being "massaged" before release and increasing tensions, but this is not incontrovertible proof of rigging.
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    All I can say is you have so much to learn about what's been done to not just Americans, but people all throughout this planet. Start by learning who coined the phrase "conspiracy theory" and government projects like mockingbird, monarch, and even further back like paperclip. That term came about after people started digging into the JFK assassination...nothing to see there, right? If you ever do manage to unlock your mind and wake up to the many crimes that have been committed against the people, then we could move on to more real discussions. Bill Maher and the like are nothing but an extension of this system created to keep you stupid and to buy into the narrative that it's all crazy talk and your leaders love you, and they do what's in the best interest of the people. Their actions, however tell a much different story. These people are corrupt and evil to the core, and you do their bidding unknowingly.
  47. 1 point
    Titans didn't get punished because they beat the BIlls. The Raiders lost to the Bills. You ask why? Because it's the Bills.
  48. 1 point
    Will do. I’ll check out some hentai porn. In the mean time, put some fucking pants on!
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  50. 0 points
    That’s McDermott’s record against playoff teams. Thats fucking terrible. What’s his signature win? Seriously? And it will be 4-18 by the end of the day.
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