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Posted: 11/6/2011 2:26:45 AM
this game going over with ease,  both Ds give up to many points if both QBs on this could go over in 3rd qrt easy
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Posted: 11/6/2011 2:44:27 AM

Bills -2 ,

Bills are playing serious football ,and Sanchez is still a sub par QB. This is why the Jets must rely on their defense , cause Sanchez is average at best ( an occasional shot of brilliance, but mostly a sub par and interception thowing QB) .Bills have a good D , and a great offense right now !

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Posted: 11/6/2011 7:16:03 AM
Billz -2.5
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Posted: 11/6/2011 7:42:29 AM
Not sure why the public has the line moving for Buffalo...currently -2.5.  I see this moving down towards game time as big money comes in on the Jets. 

Buffalo is over achieving and NY is under achieving.  Pretty simple 

Jets coming off bye week and need this win badly.  Player for player, Jets are much more talented and will handle the Bills todays. 

Buffalo 24 NYJ 31 

NY Jets +130 
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Posted: 11/6/2011 7:55:10 AM

Buffalo - 20                         New York - 17

Bills -2.5                            under 45

I guess you have to stick with the Bills at home until the bubble bursts.

Buffalo - Under

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Posted: 11/6/2011 8:27:03 AM

I live close to Buffalo on the Canadian side. I am not a Bills fan but I do appreciate a team playing well. I have watched this team for many many years and can tell you with an honest approach that Ralph Wilson has put together a bunch  of so called misfits that  couldn't impress other coaches or owner's.

Ladies and gentlemen, I hate to say this, but believe me the Buffalo Bills are for real. I think today the Jets are farting against thunder, In other words, they will try their best to matchup but it  will be overshadowed by the tremendous loud rumbling around them, all they will be able to contribute is the BAD smell.........Bills BIG!!! 

 

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Posted: 11/6/2011 8:51:23 AM
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Posted: 11/6/2011 10:45:10 AM
i really do like NYJ... the Jets! something about the Jets.... just like NBA... Jason the Jet Terry... anywho... it's all about Revis and company. i have seen Revis play and his sidekick cromartie... OMG!!!!!!!!! AMAZING!!! play of the morning!!! 
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Posted: 11/6/2011 10:53:12 AM
Delta8wd.......

I have to correct you on some of your facts about the Bills.  

1.  First, as being from Ontario as well and former season ticket holder for many years ( no longer because of work travel but still living 1 hour from Buffalo ), Ralph Wilson Stadium is the quietest NFL place I have watched a game.  I have been to numerous stadiums ( 8) and this place doesn't even come close to any other as far as crowd noise is concerned.  So by saying " tremendous loud rumbling " in Ralph Wilson Stadium, well that could not be further from the truth.  In fact, it gets so quiet in the Stadium when Buffalo is losing that it is embarassing. 

2.   Second, saying the Bills are for real is very overstated.  Yes they are playing good football and have got some breaks along the way but they are not a 5-2 team.  On the flip side, the Jets are not a 4-3 team either.  This was a team that was top 5 to win the Superbowl by Vegas at the start of the year.  Actually they started slow but have played well lately and got screwed in the loss to NE. They should be 5-2.  They are healthy and coming off a bye week.  

3.  Lastly, everyone loves Fitzpatrick.  This is the guy that nobody wanted and the Bills fans almost rioted when they kept him as the starting QB.  Fitzpatrick is good but not a starter in the NFL.  Fast forward 2 years and you will see him as a 3rd string somewhere. Sorry Bills fans but he is not the saviour of Buffalo.  

Today is a wake up call from Buffalo, Jets win easily but Buffalo scores late to keep in close. 31-24 NYJ.

After today.....NE 6-2, NYJ 5-3, Buffalo 5-3.
After season is over....NE 11-5, NYJ 10-6, Buffalo 9-7 ( and miss playoffs )

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Posted: 11/6/2011 10:55:25 AM
Final thought for all of you still on the fence about this one:
 
A Harvard Graduate beats a USC Dropout any day of the week...........
 
That is all........
 
Good Luck Everybody!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Posted: 11/6/2011 10:57:22 AM

Hummmm I think we 'll see a very close game with the win

of the Jets & the over

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Posted: 11/6/2011 11:04:41 AM
If this game doesn't go over I'll be broke in my betting account. Put the whole load of $575 on the over!!
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Posted: 11/6/2011 11:14:57 AM
RALPH WILSON STADIUM HAS'NT RUMBLED IN A LONG TIME!!!!BELIEVE IT, TIMES HAVE CHANGED!!!!BILLS BY 6!!!!==========PEACE OUT============
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Posted: 11/6/2011 12:05:41 PM

Bills -2.5 

This is huge game for them with Division ramifications and the are going with a "white-out" at Ralph Wilson.  Will it be close...yes, but Bills win it by 3.

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Posted: 11/6/2011 12:26:23 PM

Jets Jets Jets,,,,,,Goooooooooooooooooooooo Jets!!'

BOLTALL!!

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Posted: 11/6/2011 12:38:22 PM
Bills -2

I don't think the Jets are a contender either, especially if they lose today.  I don't see the Jets doing much with Jackson and Sanchez will be good for a pick or two.
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Posted: 11/6/2011 12:59:14 PM
QUOTEThose are some ridiculous claims. The stadium is not easy to play in as a visiting team and Fitzpatrick is hardly overrated and is no way whatsoever will be a third string qb in a few years. While the Bills might be a bit overrated as a team, I can't help but think you're exaggerating quite a lot with those two points...

Originally Posted by Sandman23:

Delta8wd.......

I have to correct you on some of your facts about the Bills.  

1.  First, as being from Ontario as well and former season ticket holder for many years ( no longer because of work travel but still living 1 hour from Buffalo ), Ralph Wilson Stadium is the quietest NFL place I have watched a game.  I have been to numerous stadiums ( 8) and this place doesn't even come close to any other as far as crowd noise is concerned.  So by saying " tremendous loud rumbling " in Ralph Wilson Stadium, well that could not be further from the truth.  In fact, it gets so quiet in the Stadium when Buffalo is losing that it is embarassing. 

2.   Second, saying the Bills are for real is very overstated.  Yes they are playing good football and have got some breaks along the way but they are not a 5-2 team.  On the flip side, the Jets are not a 4-3 team either.  This was a team that was top 5 to win the Superbowl by Vegas at the start of the year.  Actually they started slow but have played well lately and got screwed in the loss to NE. They should be 5-2.  They are healthy and coming off a bye week.  

3.  Lastly, everyone loves Fitzpatrick.  This is the guy that nobody wanted and the Bills fans almost rioted when they kept him as the starting QB.  Fitzpatrick is good but not a starter in the NFL.  Fast forward 2 years and you will see him as a 3rd string somewhere. Sorry Bills fans but he is not the saviour of Buffalo.  

Today is a wake up call from Buffalo, Jets win easily but Buffalo scores late to keep in close. 31-24 NYJ.

After today.....NE 6-2, NYJ 5-3, Buffalo 5-3.
After season is over....NE 11-5, NYJ 10-6, Buffalo 9-7 ( and miss playoffs )

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Posted: 11/6/2011 1:01:16 PM
QUOTEThose are some ridiculous claims. The stadium is not easy to play in as a visiting team and Fitzpatrick is hardly overrated and is no way whatsoever will be a third string qb in a few years. While the Bills might be a bit overrated as a team, I can't help but think you're exaggerating quite a lot with those two points...



Originally Posted by Sandman23:

Delta8wd.......

I have to correct you on some of your facts about the Bills.  

1.  First, as being from Ontario as well and former season ticket holder for many years ( no longer because of work travel but still living 1 hour from Buffalo ), Ralph Wilson Stadium is the quietest NFL place I have watched a game.  I have been to numerous stadiums ( 8) and this place doesn't even come close to any other as far as crowd noise is concerned.  So by saying " tremendous loud rumbling " in Ralph Wilson Stadium, well that could not be further from the truth.  In fact, it gets so quiet in the Stadium when Buffalo is losing that it is embarassing. 

2.   Second, saying the Bills are for real is very overstated.  Yes they are playing good football and have got some breaks along the way but they are not a 5-2 team.  On the flip side, the Jets are not a 4-3 team either.  This was a team that was top 5 to win the Superbowl by Vegas at the start of the year.  Actually they started slow but have played well lately and got screwed in the loss to NE. They should be 5-2.  They are healthy and coming off a bye week.  

3.  Lastly, everyone loves Fitzpatrick.  This is the guy that nobody wanted and the Bills fans almost rioted when they kept him as the starting QB.  Fitzpatrick is good but not a starter in the NFL.  Fast forward 2 years and you will see him as a 3rd string somewhere. Sorry Bills fans but he is not the saviour of Buffalo.  

Today is a wake up call from Buffalo, Jets win easily but Buffalo scores late to keep in close. 31-24 NYJ.

After today.....NE 6-2, NYJ 5-3, Buffalo 5-3.
After season is over....NE 11-5, NYJ 10-6, Buffalo 9-7 ( and miss playoffs )

GLA 
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Posted: 11/6/2011 2:19:27 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by QMICH:

OH, AND DID I MENTION THAT SANCHEZ IS AN INSULT TO OTHER TERRIBLE QBs CURRENTLY IN THE NFL

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Posted: 11/6/2011 3:13:57 PM
TOTAL DOMINATION !!!!
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Posted: 11/6/2011 3:55:56 PM
LMAO, congrats to the Jeeeeeeeets backers,,,,,,, Awesome ,,,,,shocking the league
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Posted: 11/6/2011 4:12:41 PM
BROKE AGAIN
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Posted: 11/6/2011 10:10:53 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by TheQuadYeah:

Final thought for all of you still on the fence about this one:
 
A Harvard Graduate beats a USC Dropout any day of the week...........
 
That is all........
 
Good Luck Everybody!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

JETS

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