Although the I’m sad the summer is over, the NFL season is upon us and the excitement in this household fills the air. Week 1 features a classic AFC tilt against the much hated New York Jets. Buffalo lost both divisional games to the Jets with a combined score of of 55- 35 last year and in order for the Bills to do anything this year, they have to win these games. Getting a win will certainly set the tone for the season.
All off-season it was Tebow this and Sanchez that. The target they have built in New York is so huge that it takes much of the pressure off of Buffalo and they can go play loose and let the Jets fall deeper into their own troubles. Give Sanchez one interception (and a hotdog) and you know they’ll be calling for Tebow and nothing would make me happier, seeing as the Bills intercepted him 3 times last year in a 40-14 win over Denver.
What are you most excited for on Sunday?
For me: beer, wings, friends and MARIO WILLIAMS. Not since Bruce Smith have we seen such a powerhouse on
defense. It’s not often I get excited to see defense on the field but with the Jets not having much on the offensive front, I expect this Buffalo D to run wild!
Does Stevie Johnson live on Revis island?
According to Rex Ryan “Stevie Johnson’s a good receiver, and he’s caught some balls, but I wouldn’t say he’s got Darrelle Revis’ number. He goes up against all types: big, strong, fast, shifty. He goes against them all. And I’ve never walked out of a game saying, ‘This player got the best of Darrelle Revis.’ Never. Never felt that way.”
Well Rex, Johnson had three catches for 84 yards in the first meeting and eight catches for 75 yards and the only touchdown Revis allowed all year in the rematch. I guess according to you that’s not getting the best of Revis but if Johnson has similar numbers on Sunday I’ll feel comfortable saying Johnson can start building on Revis island.
I expect big things on Sunday and certainly won’t pick the Jets to win, therefore Buffalo 35-10 over the J-E-T-S suck suck suck!
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Written by Norm Duhamel