The Bills entered the bye with a 3-4 record after allowing no fewer than 35 points in each of their four losses. In fact, the Bills have allowed an average of 36.6 points, 259 passing yards and 170 rushing yards per game in each loss (passing yards calculated with sack yardage). The Bills forced only four turnovers and registered 10 sacks in each of their seven losses.
By comparison, Buffalo has yielded averages of 15.8 points, 187.8 passing yards and 95 rushing yards in each of their five wins. The Bills have 17 sacks and 12 turnovers in those games.
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[QUOTE=EDS;3721548]Wait, the Bills were able to hold offensive juggernauts like the Jaguars, Cardinals, Dolphins, Browns and Chiefs (all of whom are among the 8 worst offenses in the NFL) in check?
Last edited by stuckincincy; 12-06-2012 at 12:54 PM.
"Thanks for printing the article on the Kentucky Labor Cabinet employees shoveling snow (“Office workers to shovel snow” Nov. 22). At first glance, I thought they were actually helping until I read the quote by Kentucky Association of State Employees President David Smith. He admits he is 42 and should not be shoveling snow, nor should cabinet employees because they have not been properly trained.
You need to be ‘trained’ to shovel snow? Really?
Trained to do what...scoop, dump, repeat? It is this mentality that explains what is wrong in Frankfort. Perhaps Smith wants the government to hire $30 per hour “snow shovel technicians” so he can take a cut of their
union dues? - Letter to the Editor, Cincinnati Enquirer, 11/23/14
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I don't see this team winning another game this year. O-line now in shambles spells disaster.
Let me preface my anger on this point by expressing good feelings for Mr. Salvatore, though his good deed does little to impact my life living outside of WNY's blackout zone. And, to the extent that these extra tickets are given away and a few thousand people that otherwise would have stayed home make it to the game, I have no gripe.
Nevertheless, the fact that this even has to be done is, and should be, an embarrassment. Yet, those Buffalo Bills are apparently the poorly wrapped and overpriced gift that keeps on giving.
SELLS OUT?? Come the **** on.
Even if you want to believe that this is technically an accurate way to describe what happened - personally, I think it's shady since it implies that people actually bought the tickets with the intention of going, while it's likely that Salvatore will have a tough time giving away his (maybe tens of) thousands of tickets to people who actually want to sit in the cold and watch a tire fire that produces absolutely no heat - the concept of putting this news over a picture of the Ralph as some sort of promotional material, and a picture of the Ralph with plenty of embarrassingly empty seats, is a bold and stupendously stupid move.
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Goto the site to read the rest of it. I couldnt link it cause it had a swear word in the title.
The only teams this year that the Bills beat are in last place in their divisions. All of them, Miami, Jacksonville, Cleveland, KC, and Arizona. How did we improve? Where is the turnaround? I don't see it.
I'm a little dumber after reading part of this, ~5th grade author.
When I visit the board regularly, I hope for competent journalism if it's going to be relevant. If it's a thought from a regular journalist I would be OK with it, but this is just dribble. Opinions on blogs aren't newsworthy. Stop posting your blog crap every day.
Bye Bye Brady...
Nothing like promoting a personal B!tch blog on this site.