Week 1 Bills vs Pats & other Prognostic Picks

By Goose  |   Saturday, September 12, 2009  |  Comments( 5 )

Buffalo Bills
As the Bills Monday opener quickly draws near I don't know if I should be my normal excited self or look upon the game with doom. Here's how I see it; The Bills offense will surprise for the first quarter but fail to put up a TD. The defense with show enthusiasm and speed to the ball, but wear down do to lack of offensive production.The Pats will...
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ba bye
08:00 PM
I think pretty much the same: Pats score three TDs, and a couple of FGs. The Bills get two Lindells.

It could get more ugly, but I think they'll put Brady on ice as soon as they have the game locked, which won't take all that long.

If the Bills score a TD, I'll take everybody to The Hairy Spoon for a piece of coconut cream pie.
11:13 AM
I hate coconut cream pie---I will sub a piece of Key Lime or Apple pie...

I'm receiving the Jags @ Colts , Boys @ Bucs and the Skins @ G-men for my TV games today. The Bucs-Bills game will definitely be on TV next week, there is a good chance I won't see old Beef O Brady acquaintances until week 5...

Anyone else have a lock of the week?

My brother sent me this.

Monday, 7 p.m.
Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots

This one is easy. Any time you are starting two rookie guards and you cut your left tackle earlier in the week, the offensive line is the center of attention. That is exactly the case for the Bills as they head into their unfavorable opening matchup against a Patriots team hungry to get back to postseason bliss after a one-year hiatus. No Richard Seymour is no problem for a deep Patriots defensive line that will run Jarvis Green, Mike Wright and rookies Ron Brace and Myron Pryor in waves at the young Bills line. Not to mention long-time starters Ty Warren and Vince Wilfork, both of whom will be going against guys getting their first Bills starts at their respective positions in right tackle Brad Butler and center Geoff Hangartner. This matchup could be ugly.

Read more: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/writers/ross_tucker/09/11/mail/index.html#ixzz0QyMSviGN

01:27 PM
Buffalo History........

This is interesting---has some little know facts about Buffalo

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