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Bills beat Jets 27-10, wrap up AFC East

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The Bills are back-to-back AFC East champions. Devin Singletary scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter and the Bills finally shook a game Jets defense to secure a 27-10 win that made doubly sure that they would take the crown for the second straight year. The Patriots lost in Miami while the Bills were finishing [more]

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10 minutes ago, nealpellecchia@yahoo said:

Knox catch got the momentum going. 

What a throw by Allen.

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Frustrating first half but too much talent to fuck up all game against a weak opponent and not win.

The play-offs do not afford you to stumble around for a half and still win.

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it all depends on whether or not they really have found a functional Oline. its looked like it the last two games but that was against below average run defenses. catching allens rockets is going to be tough at those temps, you gotta expect some drops. they are gonna need the run to set them up for easier conversions on third and fourth downs

effective running and giving josh time to select targets he doesnt have to howitzer the ball will be a huge determiner how productive the offense is


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