24 August 2019: Bills at Lions (Preseason 3)

Hero ball, saved by a questionable call, winner takes all, Lions and Bills players fall, Shady hasn’t hit the wall, I think that’s all.

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16 August 2019: Bills at Panthers (Preseason 2)

Wait – so we are good? Second week that the opposition didn’t play their starting QB, and the JA to Beasley connection was certainly helped by Kuechly not playing. But still…SUPER BOWL.

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30 September 2018: Bills at Packers

The defense is pretty good. Right?

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23 September 2018: Bills at Vikings

Bills return to dominance over NFC North teams. They are 5-0 since 2014 when playing against that division. Can it hold up next week against the Pack in Lame-beau field?

By the way – Josh Allen is Superman..

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16 September 2018: Chargers at Bills

Well. Charles Dickens wrote “A Tale of Two Cities” while Sean McDermott wrote “A Tale of Two Halves”. We’ll see if the huge improvement in the second half was only a mirage next week.

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10 August 2018: Panthers at Bills (Preseason 1)

10 August 2018: Panthers at Bills

Kelvin Benjamin gets his revenge. Nathan “I have to end on an INT” Peterman looks…good? McCarron says not so fast. And Josh Allen is what we thought he was, but dang – I’m not complaining.

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Chromecast announces what is playing to and allows control from ALL ANDROID devices on your LAN

The solution for this is fairly simple. Thanks to the How-To Geek site and their simple instructions.

Summarized the resolution is:

  1. Open the Google Home app. Google Home
  2. Click the three vertical dots in the corner of the device you want to change the settings for – NOT the app itself.
  3. Click on “Settings”
  4. Near the bottom of the screen when you first open, there is a sliding button that controls “Let others control your casted media” – Turn this off.


Note the description for this fantastic little feature, that is enabled by default. Thankfully, when my 14 year old daughter got the media control bar popping up on her phone, the only damage was she kept pausing it because she couldn’t figure out what or why it was happening. I kept trying to figure out why my stream seemed to be buffering and pausing. Also thankfully it was an innocuous stream of The Arrow and not something more…uncultured.

Let me state this again. This feature is enabled by default. WTF, Google?

Why would you think my default preference would be for everyone on my network to suddenly see what I am watching, and control it without me knowing or giving them permission?

17 December 2017: Dolphins at Bills

17 December 2017: Dolphins at Bills

After the Dolphins thoroughly dismantled the Patriots on Monday Night Football, Bills fans had concerns that the “should win – MUST win” game suddenly looked much more difficult.
Plus Shady goes over 10K rushing, and Suh plays Mike Tyson’s Punch-Out.
Staying alive, staying alive, ah, ah, ah, ah….

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