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  1. SVN

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    The fans seemed to act gracefully in defeat for the most part. There was a point in the game where I felt like most fans would have just left. I really think that the Bills fans mostly stayed around UNTIL Brady was pulled.

    I think they get it. I think they realize that they are witnessing a part of NFL history, and the point at which you put aside your feelings of hate and just force yourself to be a part of the scene is something that most fans of most teams cannot bring themselves to do.

    I was impressed, and I hope I am not wrong in my assessment.

    And thanks for posting a positive and relevant news article instead of more negative stuff. Hopefully this is a new trend.
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  3. Arrrr

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    I feel dirty as a Colts fan for wanting to see them break 60 points. Dirty! Dirty all over!
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    i was also surprsied how long the Bills fans stayed....i think everyone is starting to get it....little by little
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    Good for them, REALLY.......... I respect that attitude.
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    The discussions on the Bills board, aside from the usual "crucify the coach, GM & players" threads, is generally along the lines of finally acknowledging how good the Pats are.

    I hate to admit it, because I am sick of seeing you guys win, but this kind of is a part of history (as boring & painful as it can also be). I'm amazed that the Patriots can keep this kind of level of play going in the days of the salary cap. Kraft is a great owner.

    You were a lot easier to root for during the "no name", underdog Superbowl run, but I really don't doubt that you'll get another Lombardi this year.
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    I don't know, you could hear quite a bit of booing when the Pats went for it the two times instead of kicking field goals. I don't care, and Madden stated it well a couple of times, if you don't like it, then your defense needs to stop them. If I were a Bills fan, I would just STFU and hope my team could get better someday (which they probably won't).
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    #93 Jersey

    I've always respected the Bills, their fans, and their organization. Dick Jauron is a good coach. He has them playing like a real franchise even though they've had some tough luck with injuries this year.
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    Why is it that there seem to be alot of jerks from NYC, but great people in the burbs, and particularly by Buffalo?
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