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Another Pats Game, Another Loss

The Bills actually looked pretty good… for the first 7 minutes of the game. Let’s face it, nobody thought there was even a prayer of winning this game and if a couple more bounces had gone our way, it may have even been closer! If you want to talk about moral victories, you can cite the Bills only being down 9-3 at the half. The Patriots came out of the locker-room, analyzed what they needed to fix, and then proceeded to roll over the Bills like they always do. With the playoffs all but a distant memory, it’s time to sit Tyrod the rest of the way. I mean come on folks, a QB who doesn’t know how to throw a ball is still guiding this team?!

The Bills are drafting a QB in the 1st round next year so why not just get a better draft pick while also finding out if Petermen can at least be a back-up in this league. I have no idea which team’s offense is more anemic, the Sabres or the Bills. The entire Sabres organization is a total embarrassment as they have completely forgotten how to score a goal. The Bills, on the other hand, are stuck in the dark ages while trying to win games with a QB who cannot pass for more than 100 yards in an outing.

Chances are, Buffalo will beat the Colts and the Dolphins at home and then get another dose of reality when they visit New England in 3 weeks. The one thing I hope for (but will never happen) is payback to Gronkowksi for basically committing a criminal act on the field. He says he was being held so he goes out and purposely head-shots Tre while giving him a concussion?! Anything short of a 2 game suspension will be a total disgrace but I wouldn’t be shocked if all he got was a meaningless fine. Stay classy New England, stay classy…

Written by John Nussbaumer

John Nussbaumer

I (Josh) grew up in Buffalo where I stayed until moving to Chicago for 13 years right after college. It is there that I worked for some of the top sports marketing companies in the country. After meeting my wife (a Chicago native), we decided to move back to Buffalo in 2002 and love every second of it.

Last year, I formed Bison Entertainment Group which provides client entertaining and incentives to companies all over the world. Whether it is tickets/suites, private housing at the Masters, Super Bowl, athlete/celebrity appearances, putting together national sales meetings or incentive trips, we cover it all!

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  • Wally Balls

    I hope you wrote this article 4 days ago and did something productive with your Sunday evening.

    • OldFirstWard

      He is still counting cash from the record sale of his home in the Elmwood Village. Congrats, nice haul. Timing was perfect.

      • Sheldon S. Kornpett, D.D.S.

        Haters gonna hate.

      • Wally Balls

        Good for him, real estate is a tough business.

  • Bludog

    Joke of a city of sports, coaches, owners and management….Cant win with this group…Pegula and wife inept, Russ Brandon a moron, Mcdermott a know it all who thinks his vision is the ultimate vision…Sabres, bad coach, players and goalie …Owner and Russ the same…sad sad place to live for sports and jobs and outlook

  • RayFinkle

    I have been done with buffalo sports / sports as a whole for over 2 months now and I could not be happier….

    buffalo sports are like that girl who always texts to hang out … but never meets up …. some times you have to face reality its just never going to happen…. if it does its to little to late…

    …..its all a ploy to suck the money out of your wallet !

    • Andy Wulf

      I have nothing against the Bills, but a few years back when Ralph Wilson died and there was talk of moving the team, I was kind of disappointed that an honest assessment of what kind of return we as taxpayers are getting on our investment didn’t significantly figure into the conversation. The Bills haven’t been to the playoffs since 99 or won a playoff game since 95, but forget about that for a minute. More important is that we live in the third-poorest city in the US yet millions and millions of our taxpayer dollars every year go to pay for the Bills, which needless to say is money that could be put to much better use. And the claimed positive impacts on the local economy are wildly exaggerated, just a drop in the bucket compared to what we spend to keep the Bills here. And now they want a new stadium; taxpayer-funded, of course, once again. I hope when that time comes, we at long last have the good sense to tell them to shove it.

      We can still be a perfectly successful city without an NFL team. Los Angeles spent 22 years without one and did just fine. Austin, Portland, Las Vegas – all thriving.

      • RayFinkle

        #truth

      • jonny99

        Yes a big chunk of tax payer money goes to fund the stadium but Ralph Wilson made a generous effort to pay back the community for the financial support and loyalty the team received over the years, just about the entire sale was put into a trust that the Buffalo area will benefit from for years to come.