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The Buffalo Browns, I Mean Cleveland Bills

Posted By Norm Duhamel On Dec 11 2010 @ 8:20 am In Buffalo Bills | 3 Comments

No matter how you say it, these 2 teams will not be making the playoffs. Cleveland has definitely pulled off a a few more wins than Buffalo including upsets against New Orleans Saints and New England Patriots, but the Bills will be looking to redeem themselves after their meltdown in Minneapolis.

I’ve always told my wife that if the Bills re-locate to Toronto that I would start cheering for Cleveland. Firstly because I can’t possibly be a bandwagoner, I should have to continue to suffer through years upon years of false hope. Secondly, and probably the only real reason is that it’s the closest next city where I can go watch a game. And as I stated in a previous blog, I just can’t cheer for a team that is in Toronto. EVER! You can thank Leafs fans for that.

Not that I’ve lost interest in this season, I’m just not that excited about this weeks game. Last year Cleveland pulled of an impressive 6-3 win(ZZZZZ) over Buffalo, not much has changed between than and now but let’s hope for a few more points at least.

I don’t want to spend too much time blah blah blahing, so here goes a few things to look for in this game.

-bounce back for Fitzpatrick
-hey McKelvin, it’s not a loaf of bread you’re carrying
-with guys like Wood and Wang on your team, how can you go wrong?
-Spiller time? let’s hope
-the announcers talking about how Jackson is from Coe College and Fitzpatrick from Harvard

I’m done with predictions for this season, I’ll just keep my eyes shut and you tell me what happens.

Still no word if Moats ended Brett Favre’s streak but I hope I don’t see any of those Wrangler commercials during the game.

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