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    Quote Originally Posted by BeastOfTheEast View Post
    Nix is working on a tight budget?

    Then how do you explain Mario Williams?
    And you sir have discovered the thread that unravels this sweater. Bogus post full of statements that have been made on this board numerous times. When Ralph dies and the old guard is swept out, this team will get better and better quickly.

    You don't need inside info to know that.
    The day we start seeing the Bills known as the "Wide Right" team again will be the best day Bills fans will have had in over 14 years. Give that a think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WalphRilson View Post
    doubt #12? a few beers always supplies courage
    jim is never sober these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billsrule View Post
    jim is never sober these days.
    Do you haveany proof of that? You're an idiot

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeastOfTheEast View Post
    Yeah, Jim Kelly IS a winner.
    Um kelly lost 4 sb's which would make him the all-time loser which is the opposite of winner. You cant re-write history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josh14069 View Post
    We all had common knowledge a few years ago when Jim was running his mouth about having a group of financial investors and that the team would stay in Buffalo. Most people dismissed him including me. I thought he was full of BS just grasping for attention. He's been quiet because he was told to be. Many people still think he's a goof.
    People love to talk a big game when they have been drinking. I agree, if a plan is already in place, then why wait? Kelly seems like he is very full of himself, at least he did when I ran into him a Shooters or whatever the bar on the waterfront was 20 some years ago.
    "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results."

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    FWIW I had a long talk with Jim Kelly and his brother yesterday a the game, might post some pictures, tolf me some imntersting things, he could not have been more gracious with his time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billsrule View Post
    jim is never sober these days.
    I call BS. I've heard he rarely drinks at all anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squirrel View Post
    I call BS. I've heard he rarely drinks at all anymore.
    Yeah he was drinking yesterday, coffee and eating chilie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottdk View Post
    Um kelly lost 4 sb's which would make him the all-time loser which is the opposite of winner. You cant re-write history.
    Only player to win 4 Division Crowns in a row, I cal that a winner. How close have the Bills been to a AFC East Championship much less AFC Champions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarylLamonica View Post
    Only player to win 4 Division Crowns in a row, I cal that a winner. How close have the Bills been to a AFC East Championship much less AFC Champions.
    Why dont you tell us what he said?

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    Don't buy it.

    Buddy is under a strict budget? He just signed Mario Williams to the largest defensive contract in NFL history, along with giving Mark Anderson a not to shabby contract as well. We didn't cut anyone who shouldn't have been cut either.

    Don't buy it one bit.

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