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On Tuesday during a daily briefly, Lucas discussed an upcoming Super Bowl parade not going down in the traditional sense because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Doing so is a smart decision.

Saying that despite the Chiefs being two games two wins away from having to plan a parade? Uh… that’s bold.

 

https://billswire.usatoday.com/2021/01/20/kansas-city-chiefs-already-talking-super-bowl-parade-before-buffalo-bills/

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Most pundits seem to think The Bills are the least powerful team remaining in the mix. 
 

The last two games have put a lot of doubt in the conversation. I would say that the Colts had a unique game plan which Reich stole from SB XXV, i.e., keep the ball out of the hands of The Bills offense.
 

That only worked to a point, and his insistence on trying to get points at every opportunity backfired on him. They would have been better off playing for field position.  

 

Then the Ravens game had. 12th man on the field for both Defenses. It wasn’t until the 4th quarter when Fail Michaels and Chris Chipmunkworth grudgingly began to think that the 35 mph winds gusting in the stadium actually affected the passing and kicking games. 
 

My hope is that Mahomes is dinged up enough so that we don’t have to worry about him scrambling much, and if he does, he should pay a heavy price. They didn’t pass much earlier in season against The Bills. I expect Andy Feed to have a completely different game plan this time around. Last week proved The Bills can stop the run. I expect an aerial circus this Sunday. 

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The Bills will always have the stink of the same old Bills in the eyes of the national media until they have sustained deep run playoff success. Like getting to at least the divisional round for the next two seasons.  To illustrate this point imagine what kind of respect would most be giving a Lions team in the NFC championship game this week if they had the exact same 2019 / 2020 resume as the Bills?

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1 hour ago, NCBillsFan said:

The Bills will always have the stink of the same old Bills in the eyes of the national media until they have sustained deep run playoff success. Like getting to at least the divisional round for the next two seasons.  To illustrate this point imagine what kind of respect would most be giving a Lions team in the NFC championship game this week if they had the exact same 2019 / 2020 resume as the Bills?   win a Super Bowl.

 

The narrative will never change until they win one.

 

The Reid/McNabb Eagles won a lot of games, but are only remembered as a team that couldn't get over the hump.

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41 minutes ago, KD in CA said:

 

The narrative will never change until they win one.

 

The Reid/McNabb Eagles won a lot of games, but are only remembered as a team that couldn't get over the hump.

This ^.

 

A couple of days ago on GMF they were talking about, "Is Josh Allen a Superstar?"

Nate said it right out... "No. Not till he's won a Super Bowl."

 

Of the remaining teams, The Bills are the only team, and Josh Allen is the only Quarterback that hasn't won a Super Bowl. 

People won't believe until it actually happens. Until then, they don't think it ever will. 

Pretty stupid logic actually.

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