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Losman May Start Against Buffalo
Posted By Norm Duhamel On Dec 16 2011 @ 10:10 am In Buffalo Bills | No Comments
Season is done for the Bills. Win for pride or lose for draft position, all I ask in return is that if former Buffalo Bills J.P. Losman gets on the field on Sunday, that the Bills get him to the ground. Not sure why I have such hatred for Losman. Could be that I was jealous that his hair was better than mine, could be that he under performed like many quarterbacks of the past or maybe I just don’t like him because he is a Dolphin now.
According to Wikipedia, Déjà vu is the experience of feeling sure that one has already witnessed or experienced a current situation, even though the exact circumstances of the prior encounter are uncertain and were perhaps imagined. The only difference is, for Bills fans these events ARE happening season after season. I’m not sure how I would feel if the Bills did win their last 3 games. Joy perhaps, or would sadness set in because I always knew there were capable of winning.
There is one thing we can take comfort in as Bills fans, Ryan Fitzpatrick is a good quarterback. He has thrown for over 3000 yards in consecutive seasons and that hasn’t been done since the Kelly days. I’m done complaining about my Buffalo Bills, it just gets me in a bad mood and I don’t need that. It was actually fun to watch the game last week. I stopped watching at half time and watched a great episode of Criminal Minds, a perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon.
Squish the fish doesn’t make sense since dolphins are mammals, and dolphins in general are being abused world wide. So let’s just say “Gently Bruise the Dolphins”!
Can’t wait to hear LOSMAN….LOSMAN….LOSMAN.
If anyone is interested in free tickets this weekend let me know. I have a pair!
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