24 September 2017: Broncos at Bills
Okay – so the Bills defense is legit. And the offense this week was…acceptable? Is that the correct definition? Maybe “good enough” is good enough.
Zay Jones take two. I really like the kid, but that bobble in the end zone could have been a catastrophe. When you’ve been saved by Andre Holmes hands, there is a valid concern.
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17 September 2017: Bills at Panthers
Question moving forward: Are both team’s defenses that good, or are both team’s offenses that inept?
Zay Jones – I don’t blame him for the last play. That was a tough catch and only looked possible because of the effort he made to reach back for it. I do blame him for a couple others (i.e. about 3:30 left in the 3rd quarter on a 3rd down play. That would have moved the Bills into field goal range with a first down.)
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Well, starting off 0-1 is never great. Which means I have to change my name to break the curse.
Yes. One game is a curse. It’s a tough gayme for tough peeple. And there’s only 12 games in the season you know.
So good bye to 50 Fades to Clay (although this year that actually might come true, finally). We’re on to:
Three’s a Crowder.
17 September 2017: Bills at Panthers (Preview)
The Bills have only played the Panthers six times, and so far it’s been almost all Buffalo. The Bills are 5-1 against the Panthers in previous games, including the first win of EJ Manuel’s
illustrious career. The Panthers only win was in 2005 when Jake Delhomme beat another Bills Wall of Fame quarterback by the name of J.P. Losman.
Game on CBS.