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1 minute ago, Wentzszn said:

FG there doesn’t even give them the lead. You go for it.

There’s still plenty of time and it’s still a defensive battle. Pretty much every coach will disagree with you, given these conditions, you take the points and play D and inch your way. 


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1 minute ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

I can;t stand him usually but he is great tonight, weird. 


1 minute ago, Patrick Miller said:

I'll really be interested in seeing the battle between our Oline and the Patriots d-line. I think we have the edge.

Beat them at their own game? Feed Taylor until they stop him? I’m down. 

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14 minutes ago, 2006Coltsbestever said:

I am screwed here is your 50 dollars Vegas.

You really bet on the Bills?

Weren't like 7 Bills out for the game?

1 minute ago, Wentzszn said:

Wow. Pats are going to pull this off. Bills should of passed more tonight.

uh... 20mph winds.. he still threw 30 times... 

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4 minutes ago, buffalo34 said:

Well, the Bills are off to get the doors blown off of them in Tampa Bay next weekend.


So, now that I'm back to my old ways, who are the teams with the best chances of stopping the Patriots in the playoffs? Ravens and Chiefs?

Don’t count on either of them. The Ravens are injured and are incapable of scoring points, and the Chiefs offense is putrid right now, completely propped up by their defense. Honestly if you’re looking for teams to take down the Pats in the playoffs, I think your best hopes are us and maybe the Bengals or Chargers if they can play well consistently. Don’t count on the Titans, Ravens, or Chiefs to score points at this point in the season

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