The Pats have a quick
one coming up. The Bills seem to have the Pats number at Home. They also
won't be bothered by the cold weather. If Josh Allen didn't get knocked
out of that game they might have won in Buffalo. But they do not play near
as well on the Road. It will be a tough grudge match, but the Pats win at
One thing we know the Bills HC is not going to lose this game.
"We’re back in the division here, and Buffalo’s certainly had a good year. They’ve got a good football team, do a lot of things
well. That’s reflected by their record and the way they’ve played,"
BB said. "Impressive win against Pittsburgh, certainly against Dallas on a short week down there on Thanksgiving. It came down to the last play against the Ravens. So, they have a good offense, good defense, good in the kicking game. We have a lot to get ready for.
"Some carry-over from the first game, but that was a long time ago and there’s quite a few differences between now and then. Some players we hadn’t seen, or didn’t see then that we’ll probably see now:
[Devin] Singletary, or [Dawson] Knox, [Tyler] Kroft, so forth. So, that’ll be a big challenge for us here and hopefully we’ll have a good week and be ready to go."
I think Allen is still too young to get a win on the Road in Foxboro.
they can't let Frank Gore look like Superman again.
"Frank’s been doing it for a long time, and honestly I’m not sure. He must be on that TB12 diet. He’s still running hard, still running hard between the tackles, and that’s always tough for a running
back," Mayo said. "You know, some of these backs that play a long time, they’re more of a third-down back or something like that. But the thing about Frank, I mean, he’s an every-down guy. I know right now they have [Devin] Singletary carrying the load, but he’s still playing well, still running hard, doesn’t shy away from contact. I wish I could tell you."
He punished the defense in Buffalo.
just don't see their offense being as good in Foxboro as it was at Home.
"We’ve had a good test the last month with a bunch of them," Bill
OC Brian Daboll said. “You have to come up with a plan that you think will work against a team and be able to adjust. Situations change throughout a game: down and distance, how a defense is playing, a lot of different things go into it."
Brian Daboll is a guy BB has a lot of respect for.
knows what the Pats Defense likes to do, and how to exploit it. "Offensively they do a lot of things
well," BB said. "They’re balanced and they use a lot of different players.
And they’ve done a good job of using the players’ skills in a productive way and they’ve found a good mix in their game planning. They change things up a little bit from game to game at times. Sometimes they don’t but other times they do. So that makes them hard to prepare for and they’ve executed well. They’ve played well all season
long." Allen has become a winning QB this season, which is very
impressive for a 2nd year QB.
A Citizen! Not a Subject!
is as Fascist does. Beware American. President Fredo is pulling the
cowardly republican Senate closer and closer to the cliff.
I. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or
prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech,
or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to
petition the government for a redress of grievances:
1st Amendment to the Constitution is the greatest paragraph ever written
by mankind. It is the truest diagram of how to ensure a free Country of
citizens survives. But is is also a list of what to attack when you want
to be a fascist dictator. President Jerkballs is attacking every article
in the 1st Amendment. Beware subjects, or you will be subjugated:
mean, they have no shame. They have no sense of decency. They have no
respect for the rule of Law. They lite the Constitution on fire, get
caught, admit, and are being tried for it.
nearly along party lines, the House approved two articles of impeachment
against President Trump, making him the third president in history to
face removal by the Senate.
— The House of Representatives on Wednesdayimpeached
President Trumpfor abuse of power and
obstruction of Congress, making him the third president in history
to be charged with committing high crimes and misdemeanors and
face removal by the Senate.
a day of constitutional consequence and raging partisan tension,
on the two articles of impeachmentfell
largely along party lines, after a bitter debate that stretched
into the evening and reflected the deep polarization gripping
American politics in the Trump era.
two Democrats opposed the article on abuse of power, which accused
Mr. Trump of corruptly using the levers of government to solicit
election assistance from Ukraine in the form of investigations to
discredit his Democratic political rivals. Republicans were united
in opposition. It passed 230 to 197, with Speaker Nancy Pelosi
gaveling the vote to a close from the House rostrum.
the second charge, obstruction of Congress, a third Democrat
joined Republicans in opposition. The vote was 229 to 198.
in the Republican-controlled chamber may be likely, but the
proceeding is certain to further aggravate the political and
cultural fault lines in the country that Mr. Trump’s presidency
has brought into dramatic relief. Regardless of the outcome, the
impeachment votes in the House put an indelible stain on Mr.
Trump’s presidency that cannot be wiped from the public
consciousness with a barrage of tweets or an angry tirade in front
of thousands of his cheering supporters at a campaign rally.
the course of the last three months, we have found
incontrovertible evidence that President Trump abused his power by
pressuring the newly elected president of Ukraine to announce an
investigation into President Trump’s political rival,” said
Representative Adam B. Schiff, Democrat of California and the
Intelligence Committee chairman, who led the impeachment inquiry.
president and his men plot on,” Mr. Schiff said. “The danger
persists. The risk is real. Our democracy is at peril.”
from showing contrition or contemplating resignation, as his
predecessors have done in the face of impeachment, Mr. Trump
instead offered an indignant defense as the House weighed his
fate, raging on Twitter from the White House.