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#41 White Linen

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 03:12 PM

I'd say 6'4" and 6' are very different.



#42 Billzgobowlin

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 03:18 PM

Let's say Tyrod goes through a demonstration like Kaep has and sits during the national anthem, would he still be unemployed?  I don't think he would.  He has a better running game and looks to care about the game.  Take the whole sitting part away and I see Tyrod as a role model, I never saw Kaep that way.



#43 Gugny

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 03:27 PM

The grammatical error, alone, should earn a vacation.



#44 Luxy312

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 03:28 PM

Tyrod has:  Better completion percentage, better TD's per pass attempt, better (lower) INT's per pass attempt, higher YPG, lower sack % per pass attempt, more rushing yards and TD's per rush attempt, less fumbles per snap.  I don't need to manufacture statistics to come up with a reason to suggest that some National Anthem kneeling political ass-clown locker room/media cancer is the same as what the Bills already have.  He's not and it's not even close.  Kaepernick's best was 4 years ago.  Taylor's best is now.



#45 Tenhigh

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 03:32 PM

The grammatical error, alone, should earn a vacation.

Why are that?



#46 BillsFan4

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 03:37 PM

He got treated better than most Jets fans I saw :lol:


Lol. That's true.

I have a family member who is a Patriots fans. She gets treated absolutely brutally any time she come here and tries to go to a Bills game. People throwing beer, food, garbage (etc) at her, calling her every dirty name in the book, on occasion some even try to fight her fiancé or even me (and we are both decked out in Bills gear. I live here and am a diehard Bills fan...).

It's really aggravating because she is nothing but respectful. She doesn't trash talk or scream and yell at the games (she's scared to even cheer when the Pats make a good play) and is one of the nicest girls you will ever meet.

But the majority of Bills fans at the game are really great. It's just that smaller group of drunken idiots that do their best to ruin it.

She had such a bad experience at the last game we went to that now she says she won't even go back. I feel bad for her because she's a true die hard Pats fan and she knows that their current dynasty isn't likely to last all that much longer so she wants to see them any chance she gets and this is the only place she is able to go to see them play, but after the last game she went to she is legitimately scared to go. I don't blame her either. We had to leave early it got so brutal.

#47 Gugny

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 03:39 PM

Why are that?

 

The grammars is important to me.



#48 Chandler#81

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 03:44 PM

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It's a losing battle, Coach. Millenials cant spell.

#49 Charlottebillsfan2

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 04:21 PM

 

The grammars is important to me.

 

And we're all thankful to have you pointing them out on a message board.



#50 kota

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 04:24 PM

One sits one stands.



#51 Boyst62

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 07:46 PM

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And we're all thankful to have you pointing them out on a message board.

it honestly keeps the board at its best for reading

 

having ALL CAPITAL LETTERS CAN BE ANNOYING.  Useing spelling can make the board harder to read.  during the season on the main board i try as best i can to spell check.  everywhere else, not so much  offseason not at all



#52 LABillzFan

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 08:02 PM

 

For those of us who care most about the actual product on the field, the Kaepernick noise is beyond frustrating.

 

Which is one of the biggest reasons Kap is sitting at home right now. Most NFL fans don't want to hear anything from a football player that isn't directly involved with the game.

 

Unfortunatey, most sports writers are also SJWs who think Kap is just like Ali and they must all rise together for his cause.

 

Eliminate the sports writers and literally no one -- NO ONE -- gives a flying schittbag about Colin Kaepernick.


Edited by LABillzFan, 13 September 2017 - 08:03 PM.


#53 bobobonators

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 08:04 PM

Kind of an interesting comparison between Tyrod and Kaepernick

 

Lets compare these 2 players stats. This is over the same period of time. Leaving the politics out of it is there really a big statistical difference between both QB's? When you consider Colin's salary could be in the $5-$6 million base salary range with Bonuses which one would you rather have? Kaepernick is not good enough for a team to pick him up yet Tyrod is our starting QB.

 

http://www.sportingn...oe1tzncfji0jkga

 

Kap

6-4 225, 29 - 30 win record (this includes a 1-10 season)

69 games played, 59.8% completion, 72 td's 30 int

Rushing - 2300 yards, 13 Td's

Sacked 171 times

4-2 playoff record

 

Tyrod

6-0 221, 14-14 record

29 games played, 62.3% completion, 37 td's 14 Int

Rushing - 1248 yards, 11 Td's

Sacked 78 times

 

Maybe you should actually think for yourself before you post, and take your blinders off.

 

1. Tyrod has now played 30 games.

 

2. But lets use your numbers and extrapolate:  

 

If Tyrod had played 69 games he would have 2,970 rushing yards (670 more than Kaep); Tyrod would have 26 rushing TD's (13 more than Kaep); 185 sacks (14 more than Kaep); 88 passing TD's (16 more than Kaep); 33 INT (3 more than Kaep); his completion % is 2.5% higher, which is a light year of separation in the NFL

 

So, in sum TT would have 29 more total TD than Kaep and 670 more rushing yards, and lightyears ahead in completion %.



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Posted 13 September 2017 - 08:07 PM

 

The grammars is important to me.

 

It's grammar's, you should be embarrassed. 



#55 Over 29 years of fanhood

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 08:26 PM

Colin lost his job to Blaine Gabbert. Tyrod beat out Matt Cassell.

Matt Cassell > Gabbert

Therefore Tyrod > Kaep

Edited by Over 29 years of fanhood, 13 September 2017 - 08:26 PM.


#56 Shaw66

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 08:46 PM

Kind of an interesting comparison between Tyrod and Kaepernick

 

Lets compare these 2 players stats. This is over the same period of time. Leaving the politics out of it is there really a big statistical difference between both QB's? When you consider Colin's salary could be in the $5-$6 million base salary range with Bonuses which one would you rather have? Kaepernick is not good enough for a team to pick him up yet Tyrod is our starting QB.

 

http://www.sportingn...oe1tzncfji0jkga

 

Kap

6-4 225, 29 - 30 win record (this includes a 1-10 season)

69 games played, 59.8% completion, 72 td's 30 int

Rushing - 2300 yards, 13 Td's

Sacked 171 times

4-2 playoff record

 

Tyrod

6-0 221, 14-14 record

29 games played, 62.3% completion, 37 td's 14 Int

Rushing - 1248 yards in 234 attempts, 11 Td's

Sacked 78 times

 

Cam Newton

94 games, 58.4% completion, 138 Tds 79 INT

3569 yards rushing in 695 carries, 72 TDs

Sacked 221



#57 njbuff

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 08:57 PM

Kaepernick is a racist piece of garbage.

And he sucks as a QB.

Bad combo for any team looking for a QB.

He is a first class moron to boot and no one wants to deal with his sorry ass.

If the owners are colluding to keep him out of the NFL, good for them. This Kaepernick character isn't worth the time or energy for anyone but his vile, angry, blatantly racist girlfriend.

#58 Sandy McFiddish

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 09:07 PM

I like Tyrod better, not including the baggage.



#59 purple haze

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 09:21 PM

Tyrod is a respectful hard working guy.

You mean Tyrod makes you comfortable because he doesn't speak politically.

Kaepernick makes you uncomfortable for whatever reason you choose.



#60 BillsFan4

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 09:39 PM

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it honestly keeps the board at its best for reading
 
having ALL CAPITAL LETTERS CAN BE ANNOYING.  Useing spelling can make the board harder to read.  during the season on the main board i try as best i can to spell check.  everywhere else, not so much  offseason not at all


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