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 Posted: Mon Nov 20th, 2017 01:52 am
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There is something up there LAF. Tyrod punished for something off the field is my guess.

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LAF wrote: Nathan Peterman with the 4th worst performance in the history of the NFL by a QB. Benched at the half for Tyrod Taylor. I've ripped bad Bills coaches for years on these boards. This was A #1 the flat out dumbest decision ever by any of these coaches.

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I thought he'd be bad, but that was historically putrid. Worst performance by a QB since Dan Pastorini against the Steelers in 1977.

First Bills QB to throw 5 INTs in a game since Joe Ferguson did it at the LA Rams in 1983. And this guy did it in a half!

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beejmi wrote: There is something up there LAF. Tyrod punished for something off the field is my guess.

I'm thinking it wasn't actually the Coach's move. This owner is a true tard and has already allegedly benched Tyrod once before for the final game last season. 

The Bills and Sabres have never made the playoffs in a full season he owned either team.

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Felt bad for the kid. Games like that will kill your career even before it starts...he clearly wasn't ready for that.

Might have turned out to be decent, but after that, who knows?



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LAF wrote: I thought he'd be bad, but that was historically putrid. Worst performance by a QB since Dan Pastorini against the Steelers in 1977.

First Bills QB to throw 5 INTs in a game since Joe Ferguson did it at the LA Rams in 1983. And this guy did it in a half!
6 turnovers in 10 drives.  LOL



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Lions win a game that they easily could have lost. This makes 2 weeks in a row that we've been put to the test by supposedly weaker teams!! Next stop Turkey Day vs. the Vikings! That will be our true test.

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The Lions have owned the Vikes in recent years, including winning 14-7 in Minneapolis a few weeks ago. This is a vital game for both teams. If the Lions win, they're back in the NFC North race. If the Vikings win, they'll be in great stead to take the division since they'll have 3 game lead on the Lions and would negate the previous loss if it comes down to a head to head tiebreaker. My gut says the Lions win, but it'll be fun to see.

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LAF wrote: beejmi wrote: There is something up there LAF. Tyrod punished for something off the field is my guess.

I'm thinking it wasn't actually the Coach's move. This owner is a true tard and has already allegedly benched Tyrod once before for the final game last season. 

The Bills and Sabres have never made the playoffs in a full season he owned either team.
Why would the owner want to do that with a team that was in playoff contention?  Is he really that bad?

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tamalie wrote: The Lions have owned the Vikes in recent years, including winning 14-7 in Minneapolis a few weeks ago. This is a vital game for both teams. If the Lions win, they're back in the NFC North race. If the Vikings win, they'll be in great stead to take the division since they'll have 3 game lead on the Lions and would negate the previous loss if it comes down to a head to head tiebreaker. My gut says the Lions win, but it'll be fun to see.Yea, the Lions are very good on Thanksgiving.  As an Eagles fan, I am rooting for the Vikings to lose.  Want home field.

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Ultimark wrote: LAF wrote: beejmi wrote: There is something up there LAF. Tyrod punished for something off the field is my guess.

I'm thinking it wasn't actually the Coach's move. This owner is a true tard and has already allegedly benched Tyrod once before for the final game last season. 

The Bills and Sabres have never made the playoffs in a full season he owned either team.
Why would the owner want to do that with a team that was in playoff contention?  Is he really that bad?

He's a bizarre, mercurial dude. He's a "super fan" type owner, so he lets emotion get in the way too much. With the Sabres, he got snowed into this whole plan to tank a season and get the top pick. Except the NHL didn't appreciate that and the consolation prize has worked out about as well as eating a bunch of Taco Bell before an important meeting. I think he has it in his brain that they MUST have a "franchise" QB ASAP or else they cannot really win.

There are a lot of underlying racial overtones to the criticism of Tyrod Taylor as well. But that's another story.

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Big game tonight!  Seattle vs Atlanta

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Was a good game.



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Seattle is really hurting without their CBs' and the lack of an oline is starting to show. Wilson can only do so much.

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Ultimark wrote: Seattle is really hurting without their CBs' and the lack of an oline is starting to show. Wilson can only do so much.No running game , poor offensive.line , and DBs now with a nickname" Legion of Whom", their time is almost up. Super Bowl year they were 13 -3 , followed by 12-4, 10-5-1, to 10-6 last year.



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