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  • Josh Allen leaps over Titans CB Roger McCreary

    Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen (17) leaps over Tennessee Titans cornerback Roger McCreary (21) for a first down during the first quarter at Highmark Stadium Monday, Sept. 19, 2022, in Orchard Park, New York.

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    James Cook is tackled by Dolphins S Jevon Holland

    Sep 25, 2022; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Miami Dolphins safety Jevon Holland (8) attempts to tackle Buffalo Bills running back James Cook (28) during the second half at Hard Rock Stadium.

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    Josh hits the ground after a run

    Bills quarterback Josh Allen lands hard after jumping over a Titans tackler.

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    Dane Jackson is attended to by the Bills medical team

    Sep 19, 2022; Orchard Park, New York, USA; Buffalo Bills platers and coaches stand around medical personnel attending to Buffalo Bills cornerback Dane Jackson in the second quarter at Highmark Stadium.

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    Devin

    Bills running back Devin Singletary finds room to run.

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  • Our picks

    • Billsfans Bets: NFL Week 5 Picks
      © Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports
       
       
      Week 5 could be quite interesting for a multitude of reasons. The Giants currently have no quarterback. They are currently working out the likes of Jake Fromm to step right off the bus and onto the field. What could possibly go wrong? Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa has been officially ruled out of Miami's game against the Jets with a concussion, while Week 4s two highest scoring franchises, Detroit and Seattle, look to build upon their 45-point+ performances in Week 5. 
       
      The Eagles venture into Week 5 as the league's only undefeated team following their win against Jacksonville and Miami's loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Zach Wilson is back, the Kenny Pickett era has begun in Pittsburgh, the entire NFC West is 2-2, and Patrick Mahomes continues to defy all science with the things he does with a football. It's NFL Week 5, and these are my favorite picks. 
       
       

      © Green Bay Press-Gazette Film / USA TODAY Sports
      New York Giants @ Green Bay Packers (kind of, it's in London)
      Betting lines:
      Spread: Giants +8, Packers -8
      Total: Over/Under 41
      Moneyline: Giants +295, Packers -360
       
      The Giants will travel to London with their starting quarterback Daniel Jones facing an ankle injury, and their back-up quarterback Tyrod Taylor also now out. The Giants had to finish their weekend match-up against the Bears without a quarterback after both Jones and Taylor were knocked out of the game with separate injuries. So now, if Jones is unable to go, a replacement will come in off the streets to replace the pair and face the Green Bay Packers in London.  ...
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    • Party Hearty Tailgating Menu
      And the Buffalo Bills are back at Highmark stadium this week to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers. 
       
      Whether you are meeting friends at the stadium or at an outside lot or doing your own little tailgating celebration in a stadium parking lot, or at home, these terrific tailgating recipes might give you new and exciting recipe ideas to bring along! No matter what size gathering, these terrific football inspired recipes are sure to be a crowd-pleasing hit!
       
      If you are creating your own menu, what are you bringing? Is it a whole menu, nibbles, or a dish to share?

      Go Bills!  
       
       

       
      get the recipe >>> Beer Cheese Dip Recipe
       
      One of the more unique and savory takes on the cheese sauce is beer cheese. A staple of the British pub, beer cheese combines the sharpness of a good English cheddar with a malted taste of a dark lager to create the perfect compliment to fries, tater tots, chips, and big soft pretzels alike.
       
       


      get the recipe >>> Frito Chili Pie Recipe
       
      Frito Chili Pie- aka walking tacos - are a great, hearty, beef dinner! They turn ground beef into an easy crock pot or stove top dinner.
       
       

       
      get the recipe >>> Easy Meat Lovers Chili Recipe
       
      Meat Lovers Chili is loaded up with three kinds of meat, (beef, pork, sausage) making this classic chili recipe a hearty favorite when the weather cools down and appetites ramp up. Everybody loves this easygoing one pot meal.
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    • A Few Thoughts About the Ravens Game, in no particular order
      © Mitch Stringer-USA TODAY Sports
       
      It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the season of light, it was the season of darkness, it was the spring of hope, it was the winter of despair.
       
      1 - Stadium Experience
      Living in Baltimore made attending this game a no-brainer.  I recently discovered a light rail that comes every 10-20 and is $4 round trip.  Considering most parking is $40+ and traffic can be terrible, this made the experience so much better than in the past.  I was well prepared with rain gear, so I didn't get noticed as a Bills fan much.  Those who did notice, didn't seem to care.  I was surprised to see how much the threat of rain hurt attendance.  Tickets for lower bowl were $400 a week prior, but down to almost $75 on game day.  The upper deck was half full, and that may be generous.  In our section, we had some guys who tailgated a bit too hard, and watching the range of emotion on them as the game transpired was entertaining in itself.  I do appreciate the large hallways where the food is, but can't understand how an Italian Sausage is $5 less than in Buffalo.  They also do a great job of representing local restaurants in the stadium.  $16 for a tall cider is a bit much though.  From a game flow perspective, I was surprised when I saw the box score at home.  Obviously, we shut them out in the second half and came all the way back, but it felt like Lamar had way more yards in the second half than he did.  It really felt like the Ravens were going to put it away at any moment, but couldn't finish. ...
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    • Bills @ Ravens Week 4 - '22
      It's Officially Game Day!
       
       
       
      The game is @ 1:00 this afternoon and can be seen on CBS and heard on WGR 550. 
       
      All White Uni's this week.
       
      NFL Viewing Map Week 4 (2022)
       
      This thread will open 10 minutes before kick-off.

      Go Bills!
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    • Buffalo Bills vs. Baltimore Ravens Week 4 preview
      © JAMIE GERMANO/ USA TODAY Sports
       
      We knew it was only a matter of time before the offense experienced some hiccups, failing to cross the 20-point plateau. While the Buffalo Bills may have lost their first game of the season, we can all see that if they just had a bit more time, the outcome could have been different. 
       
      Now heading on the road for a game against a former MVP in Lamar Jackson, he’s right back where he was in 2019 when he did win the award. Only now, he’s more motivated than ever, looking to prove, not only to the Baltimore Ravens ownership but also to the rest of the world, that he deserves to be considered one of, if not the best, quarterback in football. It’s a wild statement, but through three weeks, he actually has a case. More on that down below. 
       
      Obviously, the Ravens are a well-coached football team led by John Harbaugh. He won a Super Bowl back in 2012 and has a career win percentage of 61%. This mark is strong enough to be ranked 34th in win percentage among all the coaches in NFL history. But what many may not realize is coach Sean McDermott is right behind him, with a 60.7% win rate, ranking 38th. 
       
      Both coaches know the exact strengths and weaknesses of their roster, as well as their opponents, and will use this information to their advantage on game day. Just like in Week 1, when we had a potential Super Bowl matchup, this figures to be what could be a playoff preview once again. 
      Buffalo Bills vs. Ravens game details, where to watch
      Sunday, October 2, 2022 Start time: 1:00 PM ET TV channel - CBS Location - M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore, Maryland  
       

      © Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports
      Matchups to watch
      MVP hopeful (Josh Allen) vs. 2019 NFL MVP (Lamar Jackson)  
      We all know how far Josh Allen has come from his days as a rookie, frequently overfiring, whether it was by distance or simply by velocity. Now that he’s learned the art of putting the right amount of touch behind his throws, he’s a fricken wizard. ...
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    • Billsfans Bets: NFL Week 4 Picks
      © Robert Scheer/IndyStar / USA TODAY NETWORK
       
      Week 3 is in the books, and that's two weeks in a row the Colts have let us down. This time, they decided to turn it around and take down the Chiefs. The difference was getting Michael Pittman and Alec Pierce back in the passing game. The two combined for 133 yards, and no other receiver managed more than 23 yards. That tells you everything you need to know about the value of those primary pass catchers on a roster that doesn't have all that much depth at the position.
       
      So, the Colts are on the no-fly list, and we won't be picking for or against them this week because they can't be trusted.
       
      Week 4 throws up some interesting scenarios, including an early Sunday match-up in London between the Saints and the Vikings. I'll also be avoiding that game in terms of betting, with the added elements of traveling to London and adjusted schedules being a factor.
       
      So, here are my three picks for the Week 4 NFL slate:
       
       

      © Daniel Bartel-USA TODAY Sports
      LA Chargers @ Houston Texans
      Betting lines:
      Spread: Chargers -5.5, Texans +5.5
      Total: Over/Under 44.5
      Moneyline: Chargers -225, Texans +180
       
      The Chargers suffered a tough loss at home to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday while struggling to move the football on offense. Quarterback Justin Herbert took a heavy hit during the Chargers' Week 2 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, and despite the ten-day break before their next outing, he didn't look right.
       
      Herbert's mechanics looked off. He clearly isn't comfortable throwing the football, and I'd imagine the pain is pretty significant if he takes any additional hits to his midriff. The absence of Keenan Allen also impacts the team's ability to make plays on offense. Allen has now missed two games in a row, but the Chargers are hopeful for his return if he's able to practice this week. ...
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    • 2022/09/08 Bills @ Dolphins
      Bills can't over come injures and mistakes. Lose a tough one 19 - 21 today in the brutal Miami heat.
       
      © Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
       
       
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    • A Few Thoughts About the Dolphins Game, in no particular order
      © Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
       
      Well, if you're going to post angry, go big or go home. If you are on team "we were injured," feel free to stop reading now. This game was embarrassing in all aspects of the game and, even beyond, to the NFL. 
       
      1 - Everyone else
      This whole week has been about the players we don't have on the field, yet it was the guys who stayed healthy that made some of the most significant impacts on the game. In a game of "what if's," there were countless plays you could point to that could have sent this game in a different direction. Milano with an inexcusable dropped pick 6, Josh with at least four passes that should have been easily intercepted, multiple plays with lost yardage, plays due to bad snaps, Brown getting just abused at RT until he also leaves the game sick, Bass, with a short FG miss that could have been the game-winner, and again Allen missing a wide open McKenzie for a touchdown. 
       
      2 - Inevitable
      If there were one thing that kept me up at night going into this game, it was fear of miscommunication and gap integrity between the safeties and corners. In a game where the Bills did a great job of limiting Tua, Waddle, and Hill, they folded when it counted the most, giving up an inexcusable 3rd and 22 to the Bills' goal line. Without that play, of all of them, the Dolphins' stat line is pedestrian, and they pull off a miracle defensive performance. ...
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    • Bills @Dolphins - The Aftermath
      © Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
       
      What a Game!
       
      Please discuss it here.
       
      Game Week Thread
       
      Game Day Thread
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    • Bills @ Dolphins Week 3 - '22
      It's Officially Game Day!
      ssstwitter.com_1664095315748.mp4  
       
       
       
      The game is @ 1:00 this afternoon and can be seen on CBS and heard on WGR 550. 
       
      NFL Viewing Map Week "3" (2022)
       
      This thread will open 10 minutes before kick-off.

      Go Bills!
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    • Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins Week 3 preview
      © JAMIE GERMANO / USA TODAY NETWORK
       
      Through two weeks of play, it would be impossible to place any other football team ahead of the Buffalo Bills. Not only have they beaten two playoff teams from a year ago, but they’ve done so convincingly, outscoring opponents 72-17 in primetime nonetheless. 
       
      Eventually, there’s bound to be disappointment. A team just can’t keep winning like this in the modern NFL. 
       
      Does that reality check get served this week as the Rumbling Herd travels to take on the Miami Dolphins? Any time a team takes on a divisional foe, the chance for a trap game always exists. 
       
      Yet, labeling a matchup against a 2-0 team doesn’t exactly feel right, either. They’re 2-0 for the first time since 2018, which ironically is the last time the Dolphins beat the Bills. In actuality, this franchise hasn’t been a true threat in decades. 
       
      That may finally be changing. The biggest difference from last season to this year is the addition of Tyreek Hill, who Bills Fans know all too well. More on that matchup in a bit. But the Dolphins also have a much more complete roster after finally investing in their offensive line. They top it all off with a defense featuring a capable pass rush and multiple playmakers in the secondary. All in all, the Dolphins are no longer a team that should be overlooked. 
      Buffalo Bills vs. Dolphins game details, where to watch
      Sunday, September 25, 2022 Start time: 1:00 PM ET TV channel - CBS Location - Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, FL  
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    • Billsfans Bets: NFL Week 3 Picks
      © Danielle Parhizkaran/NorthJersey.com / USA TODAY Sports
       
      The Giants and the Lions held their own in Week 2, and we cashed in as a result, while the Colts really let us down. Losing Michael Pittman and Alec Pierce was a brutal blow to the offense that meant Matt Ryan was struggling for passing options, and the offense fell apart. Shoutout to the Jacksonville Jaguars, who are now sitting in first place in the division through two weeks.
       
      Week 3 brings a new set of storylines, including a brawl between the Buffalo Bills and the Miami Dolphins down at Hard Rock Stadium. The weather might factor in that one with Buffalo on the road and playing in what's expected to be a scorching hot September afternoon. Both offenses were on fire in Week 2. While Buffalo seems to be the league's juggernaut right now, Miami will head into the game riding high on confidence, having mounted an impressive comeback against a very good Baltimore Ravens outfit.
       
      The Colts' tough start doesn't get any easier with them facing the Kansas City Chiefs, the Cardinals host the Rams, and Tom Brady and Aaron Rodgers face off in Tampa.
       
      So, another week of football means another week of opportunity. Here are our picks for the Week 3 lineup of NFL action.
       

      © Junfu Han / USA TODAY Sports
      Detroit Lions @ Minnesota Vikings
      Betting lines:
      Spread: Lions +6.0, Vikings -6.0 Total: Over/Under 53.5 Moneyline: Lions +215, Vikings -260  
      We all overreacted to the Minnesota Vikings outing against the Green Bay Packers in Week 1. Green Bay looked flat, their offense was woeful, and they lost Justin Jefferson on multiple occasions. Fast forward to Week 2, and the Eagles shut down the Justin Jefferson show on Monday Night Football with a brilliant performance from Darius Slay and the Philly defense. ...
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