- Sep 6, 2005
- AFL Club
So salty those two Bills DBs.
will answer my own question, it was embarrassing, good question by the reporter, this is part of what I mean by hating today's sports, no accountability, everyone so mentally soft, dont like being asked hard question, ******* pathetic from Poyer and Hyde.
"ill remember that" in other words, "no more interviews for you" you soft campaigner.
McDermott salty too....
Sean McDermott: We lost because of sloppy football, not a Bill Belichick-type thing
Posted by Josh Alper on December 7, 2021, 6:37 AM EST
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick’s work in putting together a game plan to handle both the elements and the Bills on Monday night earned him a lot of praise during and after New England’s 14-10 victory.
Bills head coach Sean McDermott wasn’t so willing to credit Belichick’s work as the deciding factor in the game. McDermott pointed to a lost fumble in Patriots territory and the mistakes his team made during two fruitless trips into the red zone in the fourth quarter driving factors in why the Bills wound up on the wrong side of the final score.
“Let’s not give more credit than we need to give credit to Bill Belichick in this one,” McDermott said, via NESN.com. “Whether it was Bill or anybody else, they beat us, right? But you sit here and you tell me when we start with an average starting field position of the 40-yard line and he starts with the 23-yard line — I’m rounding up in both cases — and we were 1-for-4 in the red zone and they were 0-for-1 in the red zone? You give me that ahead of time, I’d say I like my chances. I like my chances. I don’t think, with all due respect, it’s not a Bill Belichick-type thing. It’s what are you doing with the opportunities you got? What are you doing with the opportunities you got? We turned the ball over on the plus-30-something yard line. Sloppy football. Sloppy football. I’m very comfortable in that situation.”
The Bills are now 3-4 since starting the season with a 4-1 record and they’ve been plagued by many of the same issues that hurt them on Monday throughout that stretch. That supports the notion that it wasn’t all about Belichick, but it probably won’t make anyone feel better about the state of the Bills right now.
the Bills D did well on D against the run
When you know what the other team is going to do and cannot stop it with 10 and sometimes, 11 man boxes, there's a problem.They did not. The Pats made no efforts whatsoever to hide what they were doing, they said we're going to run it and you cant stop it.
When a team is so transparent about what they are doing and you still cant stop it that makes it a truly pathetic performance.
lmfao... Joe Buck is the goat. hahaha
video title: Joe Buck DESTROYS Peyton Manning
For those that cant see it (doesnt seem to work for me here)
Here's what was said
Peyton Manning: Hey Joe, When ya'll have a blowout game, like do you ever wish that you and Troy could have a guest on there that you could interview?
Joe Buck: Yeah, you know the last time I thought about that was when you guys played Seattle in the Super Bowl