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It is so good to have meaningful games at this time of year again. Happy to have a leadership team that is competent and dedicated to their craft!

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This is quite the list of things needed for the Bills to clinch this weekend, but the trick would be having ALL of them happen.

 

That said, you can easily look at each item and believe they are each, individually, very capable of happening.

 

 

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23 minutes ago, IDBillzFan said:

This is quite the list of things needed for the Bills to clinch this weekend, but the trick would be having ALL of them happen.

 

That said, you can easily look at each item and believe they are each, individually, very capable of happening.

 

 


Looks like I gotta fix my Baltimore over Cleveland pick.
 

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It's possible they could clinch. What a great thing that would be. It is quite a list of what needs to happen though. First things first - take care of Pittsburgh.

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6 hours ago, IDBillzFan said:

This is quite the list of things needed for the Bills to clinch this weekend, but the trick would be having ALL of them happen.

 

That said, you can easily look at each item and believe they are each, individually, very capable of happening.

 

 

 

Cant trust Cleveland or the Raiders to hold up their ends. 

 

 

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3 hours ago, snafu said:

Cant trust Cleveland or the Raiders to hold up their ends. 

 

Of all those scenarios, the Raiders losing to Indy has the highest probability in my mind. After being beaten to an embarrassing pulp by the Falcons, the Raiders came within a bad Greggo call to losing to the 0-11 Jets. I think they lack consistency, and now how to go up against a pretty damn good Colts defense. The key will be which Philip Rivers shows up.

 

The Miami loss to KC is next on my list of high probability, mostly because I think the Fish D is legit and legit Ds are bringing Mahomes back to earth. Denver was damn close to winning that game vs. KC.

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5 hours ago, IDBillzFan said:

 

Of all those scenarios, the Raiders losing to Indy has the highest probability in my mind. After being beaten to an embarrassing pulp by the Falcons, the Raiders came within a bad Greggo call to losing to the 0-11 Jets. I think they lack consistency, and now how to go up against a pretty damn good Colts defense. The key will be which Philip Rivers shows up.

 

The Miami loss to KC is next on my list of high probability, mostly because I think the Fish D is legit and legit Ds are bringing Mahomes back to earth. Denver was damn close to winning that game vs. KC.

I disagree.  KC is usually better in the red zone and Tyreek Hill had two long TD's called back for entirely different reasons against the Broncos.  They should've won by at least double digits which is scary because they seemed like they were sleep walking throughout most of the game.  I don't see how Tua can keep up with Mahomes.

 

Raiders will be happy being in the Death Star again and will play with a chip on their shoulder.  Getting James and Jacobs back will help.  Rivers has been erratic all season so it's a tough game to predict but I'd call it a pick em at this point.

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7 hours ago, IDBillzFan said:

 

Of all those scenarios, the Raiders losing to Indy has the highest probability in my mind. After being beaten to an embarrassing pulp by the Falcons, the Raiders came within a bad Greggo call to losing to the 0-11 Jets. I think they lack consistency, and now how to go up against a pretty damn good Colts defense. The key will be which Philip Rivers shows up.

 

The Miami loss to KC is next on my list of high probability, mostly because I think the Fish D is legit and legit Ds are bringing Mahomes back to earth. Denver was damn close to winning that game vs. KC.

 

Denver vs KC is a divisional game. They seem to always be closer scores. I will say that the Broncos front 4 was giving KC fits all game. That was the most legit part of their D. They didn’t need to blitz and the line was not only getting pressure on Mahomes, they stopped the run pretty well — though KC was without Edwards-Hilaire. 

 

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1 minute ago, GG1 said:


Need optionality since Mongo is FA and Morse is likely gone.

That's a good point. I think keeping Mongo is pretty important to this team even if it means cutting Morse. 

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2 minutes ago, LB3 said:

That's a good point. I think keeping Mongo is pretty important to this team even if it means cutting Morse. 

 

They definitely need to keep Mongo given his role on the team and ability to play 3 positions.  That was the reason that Beane gave for cutting Spain.   Winters will not be back next year.  Morse is as good as gone.   Wonder if Harrison will get a call up if they clinch the division early.

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6 hours ago, Doc Brown said:

I disagree.  KC is usually better in the red zone and Tyreek Hill had two long TD's called back for entirely different reasons against the Broncos.  They should've won by at least double digits which is scary because they seemed like they were sleep walking throughout most of the game.  I don't see how Tua can keep up with Mahomes.

 

Raiders will be happy being in the Death Star again and will play with a chip on their shoulder.  Getting James and Jacobs back will help.  Rivers has been erratic all season so it's a tough game to predict but I'd call it a pick em at this point.

 

The KC Fish game is less about Tua to me and more about whether Flores' D can keep them close enough with help from special teams. I expect the Fish to lose this game...but I've been hurt before. What happened with them vs. the Rams was criminal.

 

I may very well be wrong about the Raiders, but I've convinced myself they're closer to imploding this month like they did last year. I'd actually be more of a believer in the 'chip on their shoulder' position had they lost to the Jets. 

 

All that said, if I was often right about these things, I'd still be gambling on football.

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