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  1. 5 points
    I don’t know how you could pull for Arizona after Sunday.
  2. 3 points
    Do you actually read the stuff you type? 🤣 You definitely come across as a keyboard warrior, and any type of bet is unlikely to be paid up...so what's the point? Another instance of you treating the internet as something other than the less than serious place it really is. Take a bubble bath and have some tea, Nancy. It's gonna be ok...I promise.
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    My list is the same as it was last year. 1) OL 2) OL 3) OL And now that I’m watching Moss run into a wall at the line of scrimmage and Josh dodging defenders right after the snap, I realize how silly I was for wanting those things.
  5. 3 points
    Any answer other than "Aaron Maybin" is the wrong one. Manuel won a handful of games here; at least that's something. Maybin was a top-10 pick drafted specifically to be a pass rusher, and he didn't get a single, solitary sack as a Buffalo Bill. There is no lower than that.
  6. 2 points
    The Hail Mary had be pissed but it didn't have me feeling like a typical loss. I already hated Kyler Murray's face, that play just reaffirmed it for me. It was a fluke play like Milano and Neal managing to crush Watson at the exact moment that actually kept him upright. Just dumb shit. Was great to see them lose and I can't stand Russy but we slapped the fuck out of Seattle, and had AZ dead tonrights on the road with an absolutely beautiful 2 minute drill. I was glad for the bye too and I never feel that way. Actually felt like the perfect time to recharge as a fan and on the team side there's some things to get in order on the OL, schematically on D and get some guys healthy. Excited to see how this team comes out after the buy.
  7. 2 points
    It pisses me off more that Seattle’s struggling defense got it done and the Bills defense, that Beane has spent all these high draft picks and cap money on, failed so miserably.
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    Replacing Mark Esper, Acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller activates special operations forces to report directly to him For those who are reluctant to recognize the actions taking place to defend America against both foreign and domestic enemies, a massive change was just put in place at the Department of Defense that proves some additional clues about what’s going down. Special Operations forces have now been restructured to report directly to Defense Secretary Chris Miller, who replaced swamp creature Mark Esper, recently fired by Trump. The term “special operations forces” usually includes special forces from the Army (Rangers, Delta, etc.) and Navy (SEALs), and likely encompasses many tens of thousands of highly-trained, elite troops. (The exact count is not public information.) Chris Miller, who previously served as the director of the National Counterterrorism Center, described the changes as “tectonic” and as being pursued to “combat transnational threats.” But he also said something even more interesting: At the 6:29 time mark, Miller says: (emphasis added) At the same time, should any maligned actors underestimate our resolve or attempt to undermine our efforts, we will not hesitate to restore deterrents and defeat any and all threats. As we implement the President’s orders, we also recognize that transitions and campaigns are fraught with risk and unexpected challenges and opportunities. That is why I am here today to announce that I have directed the special operations civilian leadership to report directly to me instead of through the current bureaucrat channels. This historic step finalizes what Congress has authorized and directed and will put Special Operations Command on par with the military services for the first time. He specifically invoked “transitions and campaigns,” and although the word “campaign” typically refers to a military campaign, paired with the term “transitions,” this now seemingly refers to Presidential transitions and political campaigns. This appears to be a dog whistle to other patriots throughout the DoD, broadcasting the fact that patriots are now in charge at the DoD, and they now directly command U.S. special forces assets. In other words, those assets have just been removed from the control of the deep state swamp bureaucrats that haunt the halls of the Pentagon, rubbing elbows with John Bolton and other swamp slugs in the hope of starting more wars. Special Forces assets are now being deployed to take down America’s domestic enemies and traitors Now, many dots are beginning to be connected here, with unconfirmed rumors circulating over the last few days that U.S. Special Forces teams have already arrested certain high-level Democrat and deep state traitors who are behind the recent foreign election interference in the U.S. elections via the Dominion and Scytl voting systems, both of which were rigged to produce a Joe Biden “victory.” I cover more details about this in my Nov. 16th Daily News Update podcast. According to recent rumors, U.S. forces raided a server farm in Frankfurt, Germany, taking possession of server data that proves the massive election fraud that was carried out. This means efforts are already under way to gather all the evidence needed to prove treason on the part of those who attempted to steal the election and overthrow the United States government. Attorney Sidney Powell explains some of what went down on November 3rd during the left-wing election steal in America: The coordinated election rigging that took place — using technology from Venezuela, servers from Germany and money from Communist China — is of course an act of international warfare against the United States government. All those engaged in these acts are, in fact, enemy combatants even if they are U.S. citizens or lawmakers. They can be arrested by U.S. military personnel, relocated to black sites like GITMO, and interrogated or prosecuted under wartime military law. Some observers say this process has already begun. This is what we think Sidney Powell meant when she said, “The Kraken was already released several days ago.” In this emergency podcast update from 24 hours ago, I explain in great detail why it is credible that U.S. military forces have been activated to defend the United States of America against a foreign-instigated election rigging attempt that tried to illegally install Joe Biden as President. Perhaps this is why Lin Wood says that Joe Biden “and people like him” are going to jail. Video taped confessions are likely being recorded right this very minute. Trump doesn’t need the entire DoD to pull this off, you see, and he doesn’t need the DOJ. He doesn’t need police or the National Guard, either. He has command over the many tens of thousands of special forces operators and patriots who have sworn an oath to defend the Unite States Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic. President Trump is finally giving those patriot boys a chance to make good on that oath. https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-11-19-replacing-mark-esper-now-acting-defense-secretary-chris-miller-activates-special-operations-forces-to-report-directly-to-him.html
  9. 2 points
    We have become a country that penalizes the responsible and rewards the irresponsible.
  10. 2 points
    It probably got reviewed but please keep in mind that the person in charge of making those decision is none other than Alberto Riveron. An imbecile of a man. A monument to ineptitude and inadequacy. We had no shot.
  11. 2 points
    You can't revert to 1975 football, if you can't run the ball. That being said, McDermott may be telling him to slow it down so that mistakes are reduced to a minimum. Or, the league is truly WWF. Think about it, how many games have gone to overtime, or down to the last series in the last 10 years? Owners tell us all the time, it's not sports, it's sports entertainment. However, we're not going to know for sure until somebody comes running off the bench with a folding chair in his hands.
  12. 1 point
    This guy Michael Anton is great and predicted the shenanigans on Election Night even though he was more relaying what the Leftists were saying rather than having some magic crystal ball and now he has a follow up piece that's worth your time. Game-On for the Coup? It will all go according to plan—unless we stop it. Strictly speaking, a coup is an illegitimate change of government by violent means. But what if you can do it without violence? To win without fighting is best, Sun Tzu says. An ostensibly (“mostly”) peaceful ouster from power is preferable to the use of force because it can much more easily be sold as “our democracy” at work. National polls consistently predicted a huge Biden blowout. That they were wrong (again) is demonstrated by the facts that (a) the 2020 popular vote is, so far (California is not fully counted), a mere two-point spread, hardly a blowout; (b) Trump got a higher share of the vote than last time; and (C) Trump received far more total votes than last time. But it’s the swing states that matter. Here (again) Trump was supposed to lose—if not necessarily bigly in every case, at least widely. But throughout the day, the president consistently outperformed the polls. He crushed his 2016 performance in Florida. He also outperformed in Iowa, Ohio, South Carolina, and Texas. Senators he was supposed to drag down with him, including Joni Ernst, Lindsey Graham, and Mitch McConnell, won handily. Even Susan Collins, who was supposed to be sure goner and lose by at least three, won by nine. A party that was “certain” to lose the Senate has kept it and gained (so far) six seats in the House. Looking at states no one expected Trump to lose, his overperformance is even more stark. The polling average for West Virginia was Trump +17; he won it by 39. Kansas was estimated at +9; the result was +15. Throughout the day the president was also outperforming his expected result in key states such as Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. He even, for a time, looked like he was within striking distance in Virginia, a state Hillary Clinton won by five points in 2016. At one point the New York Times’s “meter” had Trump’s chances in North Carolina at 92%. The needle was also sliding in the president’s direction in Arizona and Georgia, among others. And then, suddenly, the counting stopped in at least five states (or parts of states): Georgia, Michigan, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin; all but one with a Democratic governor (coincidence, surely!). When has that ever happened? Well, it happened in Broward County, Florida, in 2018, when a dodgy Democratic election official appeared to be intervening, illicitly, on her party’s behalf. The process only got back underway when the state’s (Republican) governor intervened and had her removed from the process. But getting back to last night, some time in the wee hours, additional ballots were “found” and added to early totals which had Trump ahead. To no one’s surprise, those votes were overwhelmingly—literally as much as 100% in some batches—for Biden. According to Nate Silver, no one’s idea of a Trumpist, one tranche of 23,277 votes that turned up in Philadelphia were “all for Biden.” Absent some kind of harvesting or fraud (or both), that’s a logical and statistical impossibility. Through the night, all such ballots came from heavily Democratic areas posting unusually, improbably high turnout. 85% in Milwaukee? A city that turned out at only 61% in 2016, and even with Obama on the ballot in 2012, at 71%? But 85% for Sleepy Joe? According to one report, seven Milwaukee precincts returned more presidential votes than they have registered voters. Turnout in Wisconsin overall is alleged to have been 89.25%, more than five standard deviations for the state’s mean turnout since 1960—another statistical impossibility. One might also wonder why this urban Blue wave materialized only in close states. Milwaukee was way up but not Cleveland? Philly but not St. Louis? Granted Ohio and Missouri are Red, but their big cities aren’t. How It’s Done We’ve seen this movie before. This is how they beat Scott Walker in Wisconsin in 2018, Tom Foley in Connecticut in 2010, and Norm Coleman in Minnesota in 2008. Why stop the count? Because that’s the only way to know how many votes you need to “win.” Sure, you can just brute force things by backing up a truck full of ballots. But that looks bad. You might even end up counting more votes than there are registered voters in the state. Better to eke out a narrow win. As Joseph Kennedy, Sr. allegedly said to his second son, “I’m not paying for a landslide.” Speaking of the Kennedys, veteran political observer Theodore H. White—in their company on election night 1960—explained how it’s done. In Illinois, the race came down to downstate (Republican) versus Cook County (Democratic), and the bosses, holding back totals from key precincts, were playing out their concealed cards under pressure of publicity as in a giant game of blackjack…. The AP ticker chattered its keys once more and reported: “With all downstate precincts now reported in, and only Cook County precincts unreported, Richard Nixon has surged into the lead by 3,000 votes.” I was dismayed, for if Nixon really carried Illinois, the game was all but over. And at this point I was jabbed from dismay by the outburst of jubilation from young Dick Donahue, who yelped, “He’s got them! Daley made them go first! He’s still holding back—watch him play his hand now.” I was baffled, they were elated. But they knew the counting game better than I, and as if in response to Donahue’s yelp, the ticker, having stuttered along for several minutes with other results, announced: “With the last precincts of Cook County now in, Senator Kennedy has won a lead of 8,000 votes to carry Illinois’s 27 electoral votes.” Later that evening, Kennedy told his friend Ben Bradlee of an early call from Daley, when all seemed in doubt. “With a little bit of luck and the help of a few close friends,” Daley had assured Kennedy before the AP had pushed out the count, “you’re going to carry Illinois.” Is that what happened last night? Sure looks like it. Plus ça change. To say nothing of other considerations, it’s hard to believe that an eight-point win in Ohio would be coupled with losses throughout the rest of the upper Midwest, or that historically deep purple Florida would go strongly for Trump while Georgia and North Carolina would not. Are those states really so unrepresentative of the American electorate? Stop the Steal The thing could (but will never) be proved. Those who ran the operation are also in charge of all the potential investigating agencies. There’s zero chance they will use any of that power to uncover their own malfeasance. Think a Biden Justice Department will look into it? Expect instead a media typhoon of propaganda insisting that the results are all legit, that any anomaly you think you see (or saw) is a “conspiracy theory,” or at any rate innocently explainable by mundane process details too boring to get into. Twitter is already slapping warnings on the accounts of those who point out irregularities. How long before they start outright suspensions? Will it work? That depends on the president and his allies and what they do. The odds and the forces arrayed against them are immense. What would I have them do? I’m no expert but the crew at Revolver has some good ideas: (1) challenge the late-night “finds” in the courts; (2) hold rallies in contested states; (3) urge GOP officials in close states to expose shenanigans and, if necessary, to refuse to seat Biden electors in the event of a fake count; (4) mount a campaign to marshal grassroots public opinion in the president’s favor. Convince the people that if in fact the election is in the process of being stolen, the president and his allies are going to fight the steal on their behalf. If middle America wants to prevent this election from being stolen, it will have to be willing to act—now. I know they are willing, but they need to hear from the President and his best surrogates. I’d get Trump on Tucker, tonight, to explain his plan. But in another sense, the Democrats’ plan won’t “work.” Even if the steal can be made to stick, half the country won’t accept it. That is, they’ll accept the reality that power is now in the hands of a party that took it by fraud. But they won’t believe that the election was fair or the outcome real. They will believe, or be confirmed in a belief that’s been brewing for a long time, that the system is rigged, the process is fake, the ruling class are liars, the government is illegitimate, and that they themselves are subjects and not citizens—anything but a free people with a say over its own destiny. If the ruling class can get away with this, they will be able to get away with anything. And they will know it. The irony will be that those who, over the last four years, have bleated the loudest about “our democracy” will have been most responsible for killing it off.
  13. 1 point
    I don't trust them for OL they traded Teller, kept Spain and then released him after a waste of money.
  14. 1 point
    He'll bash you over the skull with his pussywillow!!! LOL
  15. 1 point
    If it's all bullshit, I'll be the first to say so. Fact is, I haven't seem shit yet. Do they actually have anything? I don't know. How would I? One thing I do know is this: the way we conduct elections in this country needs to change.
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    She's wise to not show all her cards. They simply laid out opening arguments yesterday. Her main goal is to try her case in the courts. She also was apparently willing to provide affidavits to Tucker, but his team was apparently very demanding and rude, so she told them to buzz off. I'll reserve judgement until we hear what she's got. Unlike losers that wanna criticize without having all the information
  21. 1 point
    Says internet tough guy Color me unimpressed
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  26. 1 point
    That's the Overton window for you.
  27. 1 point
    Good moves. His only hope is the military because the DOJ, FBI, and CIA aren't going to do shit as evident by their dual justice standards where the Democrats get away with major crimes and Republicans are investigated for made up ones.
  28. 1 point
    Listening to Mike Pence talk the other day about the vaccine, I couldn’t help thinking he sounds more presidential then the presumed presidential elect.
  29. 1 point
    The bottom line is the Seahawks defense got it done. And the Bills defense failed miserably.
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  32. 1 point
    Thing is...I'm not sure the left is the left anymore in many aspects. The quiz itself seems to be flawed in that regard
  33. 1 point
    Yep. That is what you get when you skip drafting a QB two drafts in a row and then in your last year as GM (Hi Buddy) you proclaim "This is the year we draft a QB!" You force drafting a 3rd round guy in the 1st round. I will say Aaron Maybin, Cyrus Kouandjio, Torrell Troup, Jay Zones, Reggie Ragland and James Hardy weren't great picks either.
  34. 1 point
    Frawk is one of those guys that is Ok with democracy being oppressed, as long as he’s one the right side of it.
  35. 1 point
    it was so epic they already gave it a nickname. "Hail Murray"....yeah Bills posterized again. But this time not in playoffs or Super Bowl. That's progress in Bills fans world I guess.
  36. 1 point
    Euro douche speaks!!!! LOL
  37. 1 point
    Ii lost my keys but then I found them. so now I can get in my car and drive away. no different than this non-event. Really, its just so comical that this is even a thread. you people have your undies in a bunch cause 6000 votes were temporarily lost but found in the normal course of the process. when you have to keep track of 5 million things, it isnt going to be 100% free of error in the first pass. that's why there is a second pass and a third pass. I dunno, I am running out of ways to describe this non-event. like i said, whatever. NOTHING IS GOING TO CHANGE BECAUSE OF THIS SHIT. ONE TERM LOSER
  38. 1 point
    You just gave me flashbacks from a memory that doesn’t exist. Eek. If that happened in a Super Bowl, I don’t know how we’d ever recover.
  39. 1 point
    You know why they struggle? Because they get a lead, and instead of smelling blood in the water, McDermott chooses to play his own particular brand of the 4 corners. And just like that, out of no where, a game appears. Not sold on Daboll either.
  40. 1 point
    That's why they do an audit before they certify the count. OMG THERE WERE 150MILLION VOTES CAST WE FOUND A 0.001667% problem TRUMP WINS AFTER ALL *****lol
  41. 1 point
    It will come down to Week 17. And if the Bills let a team, lead by a noob, from Hawaii, who played college ball in Alabama and probably never seen snow in his life or temps below 50.....and if you let him walk in here....and win.....sell the Bills.
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    Dolphins are going to lose to the Broncos.
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    LOL you are replying to yourself
  45. 1 point
    I'd love to see a.someone like Kyle Pitts the TE from Florida. That won't happen though, they'll either go DE, CB or LB. There is a CB that I think is a perfect fit for the Bills though, Paulson Adebo, I think has that Bills feel to him.
  46. 1 point
    That referee clearly wasn't a Bills fan.
  47. 1 point
    Lol so glad I haven’t changed
  48. 1 point
    As I predicted.... tHe sTRuGgLeS cOnTiNuE
  49. -1 points
    I guarantee it will be defence...CB or LB
  50. -1 points
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