Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by drew4008, Sep 14, 2008.
What a disgusting city.
Unless NEP-Jets ends in a tie. Bills will be in 2nd place of the AFCE.
The Bills are going to wind up winning the East. (Yes, you can quote me on that one.)
The Bills look to be the main competition for the division, I'm glad Mattyice has time to get his game together a little more before facing off with Buffalo.
And not that it really matters so early in the season but the Bills 2 wins came against teams that are a combined 0-4.
The division is indeed a 2 team race between NE and Buffalo and neither team is that much better because to me buffalo has gotten pretty good and fast at that.
This division title will come down to the final 2 weeks of the season as I had stated BEFORE the Brady injury.
It's a really nice city.
Sounds like you haven't been there.
It wouldn't surprise me to see the Bills in the AFC Championship. They will give the Pats all they can handle.
What a lazy-minded post.
Pats are going 12-4. If the Bills beat that, my hats off too them. And by the way, you can quote me on that.
Maybe he was talking about Toronto...
Let's see if the Bills can beat a team with a win.
Buffalo beat Jacksonville and Seattle
Pats beat Kansas City and Jets
I think Buffalo has the better wins so far.
nic neni nemozne !! (but I doubt it!!)
Since when ?
Well its kind of dumb as its only week 2 and the Jets beat the worst team in the league or going to be the worst team when its over so in fact both teams need to beat a decent team before we see who is better
As far as my opinion goes I think Trent Edwards is going to have one hell of a year - He is the best they have had since Kelly - that includes Bledsoe
It's always been a nice city.
Here's what I want to know: have you actually been there?
Can't really argue with that. I think both teams are for real, and both are going to make more noise this year than the majority of people out there are ready to give them credit for. One will win the division, the other will be a wild card, and I'm not sure which will be which. Seems like a point worth revisiting once both teams have played some decent competition (the Jags' O-Line injuries have completely decimated that offense).
Wow, you're kidding right? I've been there 3 times unfortunately, and hopefully I won't be back. It's one of the dirtiest, most run-down, poor, filthy, disgusting cities I have ever seen. Right up there with Cleveland and Detroit. You ned to get out some more if you think THAT is nice.
Seattle is a terrible road team, especially on the East Coast. Jacksonville is overrated.
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