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About jdaltroy5

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  • Birthday 06/25/1984

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  • How long have you been a Buffalo fan?
    Early 90's
  1. Makes perfect sense if you've been following the Bills for the last 15 years. You would think they would have learned about paying a high price for RBs, but I guess not.
  2. Yeah, no shit. Oh man, if we only had the talent to throw 50 yard bombs all day, we would've been so aggressive! A good OC gets the most out of the talent he has to work with.
  3. Not sure if you were around at the time, but we got into some pretty heated debates about Sanchez, Ryan, and the Jets in the general. He said they were in the middle of "sustained excellence" and I didn't know what I was watching. I'm just rubbing some salt in the wound.
  4. Hi everyone, hope you're all having a wonderful holiday. Now that the pleasantries are out of the way, where is NYJUNC? After the Jets made their second AFC Championship game, I bet him $100 that Rex Ryan would be fired before he won the Super Bowl. Will he be the typical yellow bellied Jets fan or will he man up?
  5. I don't even need a three game sample size. As soon as I saw Orton throw the ball to a WR over the line of scrimmage I knew he was better.
  6. Yes, the 4th overall pick caught a 1 yard out route. So clutch. Forget about the 4th and 20 or the rest of the throws that Orton made. It was the 1 yard out route. Unreal.
  7. I'd like for them to make the playoffs too. The difference is that if they don't, I'm not going to strut around here stroking my e-peen about how I was right. At the end of the day, the Bills should've won this game and they did. I don't think they would have with previous teams and I don't think they would have with Manuel. They're winning games that the should. Which is good. Yay?
  8. Cool story bro. Or if they actually have a winning record, you can come in here and let everyone know how lucky they are and how they didn't deserve it. Win/win right? Easier to make excuses than to just admit that you're wrong and actually enjoy watching your team win.
  9. I would re-sign him to the neighbourhood of 4-5 million. No more. He is constantly dinged up. I can't count how many times I saw him get up from the pile and limp off the field. If he was healthy, there's no way the safety catches him. He's also going to be 28 years old next season, so I can't imagine he has much tread left on the tires.
  10. That's fine, but when we win our next game, it's because of the Bills and not because of "luck". Deal?
  11. We should be happy because we didn't play as well as we could have...and we still won. We made some mistakes and mental errors...and still won. I know there is definitely room for improvement, but it's encouraging to know that we're above .500 while still making correctable mistakes. And as for the refs, when they consistently make bad calls that can affect the outcome of the game, sorry, I'm not going to ignore it. I don't regularly blame the refs for losses, but the last 2 or 3 weeks have been as bad as I've ever seen.
  12. Why were we supposed to win decisively? We were one game ahead of them in the standings. The spread was 5, which isn't that much. And why exactly did they have "no right to win that game?" Our offense had nearly 100 yards more than theirs did and 6 more first downs. We turned the ball over two more times than they did, but it was usually deep in their end or midfield, so it wasn't that costly. I saw a pretty evenly played game that could've gone either way. Good teams find ways to win those games.
  13. You are completely transparent. Give it a rest. We get it, Orton sucks, he's lucky, the receivers make the plays, not him, blah, blah, blah. Orton is so much better than Manuel, it's not even funny. It's ok to admit that you're wrong.
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