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    Buffalo will beat the Pats on 11/18

    The Bills are not a half-bad team, and should be 6-2 had they held on to beat Denver and Dallas.

    They play very well at home, can run the ball, rush the passer with Schoebel, and can make big plays in the passing game with Losman to Evans and with Roscoe Parrish in the return game.

    Plus the Pats will be coming off a bye week and may be caught napping a bit. If Losman doesn't kill them with turnovers, they may pull the upset.

    You heard it here first

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetsfanmack View Post
    The Bills are not a half-bad team, and should be 6-2 had they held on to beat Denver and Dallas.

    They play very well at home, can run the ball, rush the passer with Schoebel, and can make big plays in the passing game with Losman to Evans and with Roscoe Parrish in the return game.

    Plus the Pats will be coming off a bye week and may be caught napping a bit. If Losman doesn't kill them with turnovers, they may pull the upset.

    You heard it here first
    Yes, good analysis. They will have 2 weeks to prepare for the Bills so they wont be ready.

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    And it's been moved to Sunday night.

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    Best time ever for a bye, if the Pats play the bills this sunday night i would agree. With the bye i think they will be ready to play.

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    It will be a night game. Look it up. It's been flex-ed to that sunday night.

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    Oh, is this the game where the Bills seek revenge for Losman getting his knee crunched on a dirty play by Wilfork? I might just have to tune in and see how Matt Cassell looks as he gets ready to lead the Patriots into the playoffs...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetsfanmack View Post
    The Bills are not a half-bad team, and should be 6-2 had they held on to beat Denver and Dallas.

    They play very well at home, can run the ball, rush the passer with Schoebel, and can make big plays in the passing game with Losman to Evans and with Roscoe Parrish in the return game.

    Plus the Pats will be coming off a bye week and may be caught napping a bit. If Losman doesn't kill them with turnovers, they may pull the upset.

    You heard it here first
    Yeah, all the Bills need is a secondary to stop Brady. Besides that, they should be fine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetsfanmack View Post
    The Bills are not a half-bad team, and should be 6-2 had they held on to beat Denver and Dallas.

    They play very well at home, can run the ball, rush the passer with Schoebel, and can make big plays in the passing game with Losman to Evans and with Roscoe Parrish in the return game.

    Plus the Pats will be coming off a bye week and may be caught napping a bit. If Losman doesn't kill them with turnovers, they may pull the upset.

    You heard it here first
    Way to go out on a limb. These are the kind of "predictions" that made Peter King famous.

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    Please dude. You dont even think the Bills will beat the Pats. and if you do, lets put some money on it.

    Ill take the Pats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetstream23 View Post
    Oh, is this the game where the Bills seek revenge for Losman getting his knee crunched on a dirty play by Wilfork? I might just have to tune in and see how Matt Cassell looks as he gets ready to lead the Patriots into the playoffs...
    (insert picture of character on his knees praying for all he's worth here)

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    The Pats will win it even if the Bills are leading the whole game lol

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