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  1. 9 points
    No Bills player has ever given me palpitations like Allen has. He is so close to becoming elite. Just want him to cut out the boneheaded throws into double coverage. Im sure @CBennett will conveniently ignore this positive Allen post though.
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  3. 4 points
    Just a reminder that the man pictured below is now on Tampa Bay's practice squad.
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    I thought the same thing. The Bills have been dicked over by way worse calls than that (the Rams defender did wrap him up past five yards), and they would never get as much as a mention in passing. Christ, that entire game up to that point was called heavily in the Rams favor. The ridiculous INT call that started the comeback, Allen getting an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for nothing that gave LA the ball at our 35, the facemask call on the fucking QB during our last drive. C'mon.
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    yup, big market loses have to make excuses What's funny is a lot of people on TV today disagreeing with pass interference think it still was defensive holding/illegal contact. It basically would have been the same outcome from the penalty yardage. So dumb
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    Karma's a bitch. They were gifted a trip to the Super Bowl with that bogus non PI call vs. the Saints. Those fucking refs.
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    Exactly. The evidence or "game tape" showed an immensely talented player but very raw and flawed. I thought he had the highest potential of all the QBs in that draft class. But I also thought he had far and away the lowest floor. I thought he was too much of a project and would probably never reach that high ceiling. I wanted Rosen because I thought he would be ready right away (although a lower cieling) and we could be a contender faster with a solid defense and running game.
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    NY Times Story on Trump’s Tax Records Actually Proves Trump Was Telling the Truth, Blows Apart Democrat’s Conspiracies The New York Times claims they have obtained roughly twenty years worth of Trump-related tax return data, for him and hundreds of related companies that make up his organization, according to Red State. It is unclear who leaked the data and information. The New York Times claims they received the data from someone who had legal rights to the information. Although it allegedly came from someone who had a legal right to the information, this doesn’t mean they had the legal rights to share it. Speculators assume that Democrats had something to do with it, likely trying to expose Trump for what they thought would be relatively shady information, however, it appears to have backfired, as it actually proves Trump has been telling the truth. Trump has been saying that he wasn’t releasing his taxes because he was under audit. Indeed, according to the New York Times, Trump has, in fact, been under an audit for about ten years, proving he was telling the truth. From the NY Times: “But to turn that long arc of failure into a giant refund check, he relied on some deft accounting footwork and an unwitting gift from an unlikely source — Mr. Obama.” “Business losses can work like a tax-avoidance coupon: A dollar lost on one business reduces a dollar of taxable income from elsewhere. The types and amounts of income that can be used in a given year vary, depending on an owner’s tax status. But some losses can be saved for later use, or even used to request a refund on taxes paid in a prior year.” “Until 2009, those coupons could be used to wipe away taxes going back only two years. But that November, the window was more than doubled by a little-noticed provision in a bill Mr. Obama signed as part of the Great Recession recovery effort. Now business owners could request full refunds of taxes paid in the prior four years, and 50 percent of those from the year before that.” More from Red State: So, if you have any issue with the way Trump got a refund and then didn’t have to pay more, blame Barack Obama; it was perfectly legal because of the law that he signed. So Democrats really can’t attack Trump for using a law they put in place that he was perfectly entitled to use. Bottom line? I want someone who actually has the business acumen to employ what he can within the law, that’s the guy I want in charge of the economy. Another big item to put paid to Democratic collusion theories — the NY Times found no previously unknown ties to Russia in the records. Or anything apparently illegal. That was another thing which Democrats have been hoping to find and that just got blown apart big time. Now, the President has disputed the accuracy of some of what the New York Times has said. No doubt he’s bothered that someone illegally leaked the information. But seriously, not only doesn’t it seem to be troubling, it looks on first blush like it puts paid to all the Democratic conspiracy theories against him. https://www.redstate.com/nick-arama/2020/09/27/nyt-reveal-on-trumps-tax-records-actually-prove-trump-was-telling-the-truth-blow-apart-dem-conspiracies/
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    One of those games where you want to say “I was at that game!”... But no one will be able to say that, outside of reporters and personnel anyway. Really hope we’re able to have some fans for the TNF Chiefs meetup.
  12. 2 points
    The refs knew they blew that call, which is why they paid us back with the PI call on the Rams in our last drive.
  13. 2 points
    Here I thought it was going to be a LiterateStylish posting. Nice article anyway.
  14. 2 points
    Exactly. Funny how they don’t get brutalized constantly every day. Just black people. IDK, cops are weird, huh?
  15. 2 points
    I agree with two separate forums. People that wanted to come here to talk about Ginsburg would have known where to find the thread
  16. 2 points
    id like to be the first to despise having to congratulate President Criminal Enterprise Shit Pile on his reelection liberalism has lost its fucking mind BLM. LeBron James. our perpetually lying click based "journalism". Antifa. Marianne Williamson. Berkeley. NAACP. Virtue signalling addicted white enablers. The Democratic party. YOU PEOPLE did this. not russia, this time. not a hubris entitlement drunk bitch of a former secretary of state making a string of stupid ass mistakes. it was YOU PEOPLE you are driving the majority of people to vote for this flaming asshole criminal AGAIN simply because you keep lying your ass off about cops and black people in four years you will look back at the smouldering ruins of whats left of our country and realize your mistake. you are too far gone to see it now. so congratulations you mother fucking piece of vile evil sewer sludge
  17. 1 point
    Trump can sue the NYSlimes for getting his tax info. IT’S ILLEGAL to do that.
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    So let me guess... your take is that since it's a privilege and voting is a right then government IDs should be free right?
  20. 1 point
    I think we are better than the titans but their running game is superb which continues to look like our weakness. If AJ Brown is still hurt, we may load the box and take our chances 1 on 1 with their other receivers. I think Vegas is extremely beatable and should be a W. I expect our defense to bounce back next week
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    It's all good. I was medicated when I read that. I don't keep a list of Blue Falcons so you're not on any list.
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    I love it ... and it must really suck to be a Jets fan ... or currently also a Falcons fan ...
  24. 1 point
    Which is interesting since we don't have the classic red zone target. Our wr's should specialize in the open field.
  25. 1 point
    Is this accidental beheading by a camera transferable? Asking for Cam.
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    edmunds obviously not 100%...they still didnt have Philips as well...I think the 3 of them out there at full health makes the difference plus rams are an offensive powerhouse so theres that....
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    Not to mention refreshing a page with posts by someone who's on your ignore list on that page shows the posts as if they weren't on ignore - which is how I keep seeing fucktard Blowman's stupid shit
  31. 1 point
    try demodding me and then remodding me this sftw appears to be glitchy about setting flags. you can see it in ignore. if youve got multiple users on ignore sometimes it just completely omits a category or two in what its going to ignore, without asking you. i had one user that had NO flags, meaning the ignore was completely useless. i had to unignore, then reignore to get the settings to be flagged
  32. 1 point
    Nice cherry-pick job. Everyone's unemployment rate dropped across the board.
  33. 1 point
    I said as much. He got the job done but he took the route that was more difficult or more dangerous. QB’s need to be able to throw to covered receivers and that’s a great skill but you should also be willing to take the least risky route if it ends in the same result.
  34. 1 point
    The pics need to be when his wind up begins. That’s when he decides. Later pics are not helpful. Especially when the receiver catches the other defenders have obviously released their guys. not saying your point is wrong. Only that your pictures selection is off ...
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    Fauci told you not to wear masks and then to wear masks. The man does what he's instructed to do by his masters...simple as that. It's been researched that Fauci is comprised...I've followed it and the connections are there. Cloth masks are useless, brother! They only harm you from your spit and moisture accumulating on it. Not blocking any of the virus, my dude! Thanks for the advice, though
  37. 1 point
    Actually fascism, by it's proper definition is a form of socialism that recognizes limited private property rights for the industrial sector. Unfortunately fascism, like socialism, has a tendency to slide into excessive regulation and totalitarianism. I suggest you read Ayn Rand's 'Capitalism: The Unknown Ideal'. Read it once to absorb the overall philosophy and see how the disparate parts connect. Then read each chapter in detail. If you do so, the quality of your posts will be transformed. Join the men of the mind. Like me.
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    Covid mortality rate ( CDC numbers) 0-19 = 99.997% 20-49 = 99.98% 50-69 = 99.96% 70+ = 94.6% You guys can wear that stupid mask if you want, but it's not doing anything for you besides possibly making yourself sick or restricting oxygen intake. Why weren't you all wearing masks during flu season? Oh, thats right...because the puppet masters didn't tell you to. Wake up! You're being played by corrupt people pushing a narrative
  40. 1 point
    its okay Joe. We know how tough your life is.
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    his one is enough i am impressed with him showing good character at doing it at all, so kudos to him and im fine with hm now. id like to get to meet him someday now lets hope this inspires f8 to show some internal backbone and follow suit. sadly, i aint holding my breath
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    What he posted in complete horseshit. Fact. Road apples.
  45. 1 point
    Well you’re right about one thing and that’s that any discussions about Donald Trump policies are BS because he has no policies other than to keep Americans divided and to keep the right believing that the left are the enemy. Because that’s what it’s all about. People on the right are convinced that people on the left want to bring full-blown communism and socialism man God only knows what else to this country and they are led to believe Democrats are the enemy. That’s Donald Trump’s biggest crime is to take advantage of that misguided belief and use it to drive a wedge further and further between both sides
  46. 1 point
    They are. I have an upcoming post about the Democrats plans for an upcoming coup and bloody riots in the streets with a list of demands that will never be met in this country. Stay tuned for your "Trusted News Source!"
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    I cannot think of anything more humiliating then Ted Cruz, after all of his anti-trump rhetoric, doing a complete about face and basically kissing trumps ass in front of the world the first time that Trump came to Texas. If you look up total pussy in the dictionary, you’ll see aportrait of Ted Cruz
  49. 1 point
    Well this article didn't age well... care for a retraction SB Nation? I'm not quoting this whole piece of shit. If Josh Allen succeeds, the Bills will have outsmarted basically all regular humans and the entirety of math itself Josh Allen was hyped for a full year before the 2018 NFL Draft as a potential No. 1 pick, and he went No. 7 to the Bills, all to the bafflement of pretty much everyone not employed by the league. There’s never been a bigger disconnect between what the NFL apparently thinks and what the armchair analysts think. Personnel people see a prototype athlete whose flaws they can correct, while fans, statisticians, tape-grinders of varying expertise, and most media people see a flawed athlete with a prototypical shape. He’s a project. Coaches, scouts, and the most prominent mock drafters disagree to extreme degree with eggheads, less prominent mock drafters, and the public on how many tuneups he needs, though. In the end, somebody’s gonna be wrong. If Allen succeeds, he’ll be a major statistical outlier, no matter how deeply into the numbers you go. First, the raw numbers, some of which you’re sick of, but bear with me. In two seasons as a starter, Allen ranked 32nd (2016) and 73rd (2017) in passer rating. Here’s how his final college season compares to his new peers: Where Josh Allen’s peers ranked in college: QB Last college year Last college QB rating ranking Baker Mayfield 2017 1 Marcus Mariota 2014 1 Philip Rivers 2003 1 Russell Wilson 2011 1 Alex Smith 2004 2 Ben Roethlisberger 2003 2 Cam Newton 2010 2 Mason Rudolph 2017 3 Case Keenum 2011 4 Andy Dalton 2010 5 Carson Palmer 2002 5 Aaron Rodgers 2004 8 Blake Bortles 2013 9 Carson Wentz 2015 11 (FCS) Mitchell Trubisky 2016 11 Brett Hundley 2014 13 Tyrod Taylor 2010 13 Derek Carr 2013 15 Matthew Stafford 2008 15 Tom Brady 1999 17 Eli Manning 2003 18 Joe Flacco 2007 18 (FCS) Dak Prescott 2015 22 Non-Allen average - 23.4 Drew Brees 2000 25 Jameis Winston 2014 26 Sam Darnold 2017 26 Josh Rosen 2017 28 Kirk Cousins 2011 28 DeShone Kizer 2016 29 Lamar Jackson 2017 29 Jay Cutler 2005 60 Jacoby Brissett 2015 61 Matt Ryan 2007 61 Josh Allen 2017 73 C.J. Beathard 2016 78 Josh McCown 2000 90 Trevor Siemian 2014 104 NFL QBs with at least 225 attempts in 2017 and 2018’s top six draft QBs Nothing is perfectly predictive, but as you can see, the only others to have below-average final college seasons were Beathard (lost his NFL starting job in 2017), McCown (didn’t become a steady NFL contributor until his 11th season), and Siemian (being replaced as an NFL starter). An attempt to find a true statistical comp for Allen usually ends up on Jake Locker, another big, agile QB. Connelly’s opponent-adjusted Passing S&P+, which grades each unit in FBS on efficiency, explosiveness, and more, has Allen’s 2017 Wyoming passing attack ranked No. 119 out of 130 teams. Allen didn’t have a lot of NFL talent in 2017, but Wyoming’s rushing offense, passing defense, rushing offense, and special teams all ranked better (or much better), so it’s not like the Cowboys had a hopeless roster. In 2016, with two NFL draftees by his side (and thus mostly facing defenses with less pro talent), Allen’s passing game ranked No. 52, slightly above average. So yeah, his best college season wasn’t exactly awesome. 2016’s All-Mountain West first-team QB was Boise State’s Brett Rypien. READ MORE OF THIS WANKERY AT THE LINK IF YOU WANT!
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