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  1. T-Bone

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    BS, they were far lower last year in week 1 when Brady went down and their stadium cheered. I hope that loss hurt just to make up a little for last year's "yay Brady's hurt" behavior.
     
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    "Bills fans" didn't do this. Two 16-year-old kids did it. Don't indict all Bills fans over this.

    Besides that, the Bills deserved to win this game. It's hard to be "proud of the effort" when you lose in one of the stupidest ways imaginable.
     
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    Were you there to witness this?
     
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    Age is no excuse, they were typical Bills Fans and I would not be surprised to find out that you were one of them
     
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    I have been told by folks who were there that it happened and they were happy to do it. Get your facts straight bucko.
     
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    No, it was on their forums, youtube and I have friends in Buffalo who are Bills fans who told me about it. And so it went: Bills fans were even still high fiving each other in the parking lot post game and cheering the injury.
     
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    LOL. You guys are breaking my heart.

    What were they doing in Miami and New York, holding hands and singing Kumbaya in an effort to end violence in football? Were they praying for Tom Brady's knee in Indianapolis and San Diego? Did they pass around a hat to pay for Brady's surgery in Pittsburgh? Was there a moment of silence in Baltimore? Did they bust out in tears in Tennessee?

    Most of this talk about class in the NFL is totally empty. We are talking about a sport where a big part of the object is to hit the other guy as hard as you can get away with. It's not unlike boxing in that respect...but didn't Evander Holyfield beat the ever-loving crap out of his opponent with a lot of class?

    I'm sure that some Buffalo fans WERE cheering when they found out about Brady's injury. I'm also sure that a lot of New England fans would cheer under the same circumstances had the situation been reversed, so don't give me this whole holier than thou attitude where you feel your fans are superior.

    Cry me a river, and then try to convince me to feel sorry for a healthy person that is set to make about $30 million this year.
     
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    Classic projection in an attempt to make bad behavior look normal by saying everybody does it.

    The Fact is that not every body does it, I cannot think of an instance when Patriot fans cheered when an opponent was injured.

    And given that once again the Bills cannot beat a team with a winning record, I would think you would have a lot more to be crying about in regards to your own team.
     
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