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#61 nmigliore


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Posted 12 September 2013 - 12:25 PM

How can a Bills fan be upset with that game? They were like 10-point underdogs and missing key players in the secondary and almost pulled out a win despite all of that. Some of their young players shown well (Manuel had nice numbers, Woods caught a TD pass, Alonso forced a fumble, etc.). 

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Posted 12 September 2013 - 03:38 PM

He's the football equivalent of the battered wife....he's been beaten so much and so savagely over the years, that you even twitch your arm near him and he curls up in the fetal position for the rest of the season :P


Just noticed that I slipped and typed "Losman" instead of "Manuel"...doh.


Not sure how a Bills' fan could be pissed about that one, regardless.  Manuel looked very good at times during that game...not that it's hard to do much against the Genius' D-schemes these days, but I thought that was a terrific debut for him. 

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