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Proof That Evolution Has Skipped Over Buffalo Bills Fans (VIDEO)

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Buffalo Bills fans must be crying in the shower still after the Patriots lit them up like the Fourth of July. Tom Brady (or the lady as Bills fans called him) threw for 466 yards and 3 TDS as the Pats rammed a 40 burger down the Bills throats.

I have never heard a fan base that has won absolutely NOTHING EVER, talk more sh*t. Here is some footage of Buffalo Bills fans delusions of grandeur….


Well Buffalo, yet again you are one pump chump.

You blew your wad in your pants before that blonde smokeshow even got her shirt off….

Thanks for the laughs and chuckles….your little Mafia is quite adorable like a box of stray rabies infested kittens.

Good try! Good Effort!

Enjoy watching the Patriots in January because you will have nothing else to do because the Sabres are going to blow too…

Patriots – Bills: Buffalo’s Pump Up Video Is So Cute & Adorable


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Aww….those lovable little Buffalo Bills (and their fans). They are so adorable.

They talk so much (verbal diarrhea) that are as cute as 24 straight hours of kitten videos….I just can’t get enough!

The Bills and their Big Bad Mafia are making deflategate jokes that literally have me in tears…..EPIC side splitters and knee slappers.

Try the veal, they are here all night! Make sure to tip your waiters and waitresses!

But this pump up video takes the cake….Rock the Ralph (More like Bulldoze The Ralph and build a toxic waste dump)!


Nice 90’s techno music (or sound effects from Mario Brothers)…..are these highlights from the last game of the year in 2014 when the Patriots rested ALL their starters?

Buffalo, I beg you!

Stop embarrassing yourself!

Your team sucks…

Your stadium is not fit for high school football (I have been to that dump)….

And your city is just a zit on the taint of the United Sates.

So stop flapping your gums and actually beat Tom Brady and the Patriots for just the fourth time in your last TWENTY SEVEN tries!

And if your team actually does pull off the miracle will you be raising a banner?

Will it help you forget this?

See the Patriots don’t choke….

The Most Unimaginative Tom Brady Hatin’ Bills Jersey (PHOTO)

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It is no surprise that Buffalo Bills fans don’t like Patriots quarterback Tom Brady all that much. I mean when a guy DOMINATES you 23 out of 26 times, you tend to have reoccurring nightmares of TB12 lighting up your defense like the Fourth of July.

So how would a Buffalo Bills fan show his general disdain for the Greatest Of All-Time?

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Sorry to break it to you dude, there is 0.0% chance that Tom Brady would get his hogan within a 100 mile radius of a pathetic Bills fan like you.

Great ones do not come in contact with habitual losers especially morons that drop a couple hundred dollars on an idiotic jersey.

Money well spent….dumb ass.

NFL Week 17 Preview: Patriots vs. Bills

Hopefully, TB12 won't have to punt on Sunday.

Are you ready for the NFL regular season to end? Well, Week 17 is upon us and the New England Patriots (11-4) end 2013 where they began: playing Buffalo with no Rob Gronkowski. Pats fans expect another win.

So do I. Back to that in a bit. Let’s reflect on the season briefly. The Patriots offensive machine as we knew it was taken apart by injury, contract conflicts, and alleged criminal misconduct. The season was marked by dropped balls, players dropping like flies, fumbles, penalties that were called or not called, and some fantastic finishes that won’t be forgotten.

Despite that turmoil, the Patriots simply need to beat the Buffalo Bills, the 6-9 team that has never won at Gillette Stadium and is 2-23 against Tom Brady, to secure a first round bye. Don’t get overconfident, guys.

Today’s keys, just incase Bill Belichick needs my opinion:

1. Remember your opponent: Belichick doesn’t overlook opponents. We know. But, for some reason, the Pats tend to play at the level of teams they are better than. How else can we explain losses to the Jets and Cincinnati? No disrespect intended Bills fans, players or owners by the following comment: Patriots, please show why you’re the better team. Demonstrate it.

2. Start fast. That means a three-and-out for Buffalo’s offense. If the offense gets the ball first then produce an opening-drive touchdown. Move the chains however possible. Use Stevan Ridley and LeGarrette Blount to run over Buffalo if possible. Throw the ball all over the field to Julian Edelman or whichever rookie’s name gets drawn out of Brady’s hat to dress this week. Balance would be good, of course.

3. Good habits. To start fast they need to play right. No turnovers. Ridley is an important player on offense, but I’m nervous with the ball in his hands. The Pats need #22 to make a playoff run. Players not named Julian Edelman have to make catches. Danny Amendola has gotten his act together lately, despite the dropped TD in Miami. He took a couple of Welkerian hits last week, too. No dumb penalties you “don’t remember”, Logan Mankins.

4.Health. Be careful out there. Have you seen the injury report? The Herald counted 87 games lost to injuries. Enough.

Simply put: Take care of business. End the season on a high note for the playoffs. Momentum. Leave in one piece. Pats, 31-13.

Brady Picked In End Zone As Dolphins Hang On To Top Pats

Michael Thomas of the Dolphins celebrates his game-ending pick with the rest of the Miami defense.

The Patriots have been nothing shirt of dominant in the moth of December for the past few seasons. The Miami sunshine must have confused them.

With a chance to take advantage of Denver’s Thursday night loss at the hands of the Chargers, the Pats could not pull off their fourth straight gut-check win. Trailing the Dolphins, 24-20, Tom Brady was picked off by on a fourth-down play in the end zone by Michael Thomas, fresh of the 49ers‘ practice squad, as time expired.

The Miami win kept their hopes for the AFC East alive as they improved to 8-6 and the Patriots lost for the first time since the Monday Night game against the Panthers. It was their first win against New England in eight games and their third straight overall.

“We didn’t do a good job in the red area,” Brady said after the game.And didn’t do a good job finishing drives. We came up on the short end of the stick. It wasn’t a good day. Just couldn’t make enough plays.”

Brady did throw two touchdowns to Michael Hoomanawanui and Julian Edelman, but his only mistake of the day at best prolonged New England’s 11th division title in the last 14 seasons.
Miami’s Ryan Tannehill threw the game-winning touchdown pass – his third of the day – to Marcus Thigpen with 1:15 remaining in the fourth, leaving just enough time for Brady to get within striking distance thanks to a couple of big conversions.
The Pats went into the half up 10-0 thanks to a botched Miami field goal attempt, but quickly saw their halftime lead turn to 10-7 to start the third and then 17-10 after a field goal and another TD pass.

They would come back to score the next 10, however, with a Stephen Gostkowki field goal from 23 yards out and a 24-yard pass from Brady to  Edelman with 4:07 left in the fourth quarter. Gostkowski had missed his first attempt earlier in the game.

Again, however, the Pats’ makeshift D gave up the go-ahead score despite Miami facing a 3rd-and-16 to begin the drive. Tanehill would complete two straight and pick up the first down as the clock kept rolling. After mostly short and intermediate throws, he then connected with Rishard Matthews for a 24-yard gain to the New England 14 and then hit  Thigpen on the next play to put the ‘Phins up, 24-20, with 1:15 to go. Gostkowski’s kickoff had gone out of bounds, which set Miami up at their own 40.

Then, facing a 4th-and-8 at his own 33, Brady threw a pea to Danny Amendola for one of his 10 catches, to pick up 12 yards with 52 seconds left. On the next series, Brady connected with Edelman for one of his 13 catches to pick up 16 on 3rd-and-10 now with 27 to play. And the Pats were in the red zone.

A Dolphins’ offsides set the Pats up at the 14, but Brady tried three times to get in the end zone and failed. The first was to Edelman, the second to Hoomanawanui and then his fourth-down pass intended for Austin Collie was intercepted by Thomas in the end zone to end the game.

“I knew being the new guy that Tom Brady would come after me,” Thomas said. “He’s a great quarterback, and he’s going to exploit any weaknesses.”

Danny Amendola's potential game-winning catch slipped through his finger tips.

Danny Amendola’s potential game-winning catch slipped through his finger tips.

Brady finished the day 34-of-55 for 364 yards – his fourth straight 300-yard game. Edelman caught 13 for 139 yards and a score while Amendola snagged 10 for 131 of his own, but couldn’t haul in the game-winner in the end zone despite having both hands on the ball on the final drive. Both were huge in the comeback bid that fell just short while Shane Vereen mustered only 21 total yards on five touches for the day. Neither team ran for 100 yards.

The loss dropped the Patriots to 3-4 on the road this season while they are a perfect 7-0 at home. Fourteen fourth-quarter points allowed had a lot to do with that.

“We were short in every area [today],” Bill Belichick said, noting that special teams play had a lot to do with it.

Miami coach, Joe Philbin, said after the game that he might go home and jump in his pool for the second time since moving to Florida, referring to a celebratory swim.

The Pats will host the 7-6 defending champion Ravens in the late game next Sunday while the Dolphins look to bolster their playoff chances against the Bills at Ralph Wilson.


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