Jets vs Bills tonight…Chat Room This Sunday

Deciding who to root for in a Jets-Bills game is like deciding what poison you want to drink.

Let’s just root for some injuries.

For anyone interested, we’ll have a new Chat Room up during game days starting Sunday around 12:45 EST, if all goes well.  Always cool to chat live with our fellow Dolfans.

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  1. “I would tell [a player protesting the anthem to] sit inside the clubhouse,” Tony La Russa told “The Dan LeBatard Show.” “You’re not going to be out there representing our team and our organization by disrespecting the flag. No, sir, I would not allow it. … If you want to make your statement you make it in the clubhouse, but not out there, you’re not going to show it that way publicly and disrespectfully.”

  2. “root for injuries”??? WTF? Bad karma for you bubba!

    1. I agree with you. I hate the two teams but it’s pretty scummy to root for players to get hurt.

      1. You cant get much lower than rooting for players to get hurt. Ashamed of admin for saying that.

        1. I think admin was joking probably. But during the Seattle game when it looked like Wilson hurt his ankle, I have to admit I was hoping for the backup qb to have to come in to help our chances. Does that count as rooting?

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            Well, there was some kidding of course. But I fully admit that I wants wins, and I’m not shy about how we get there. And sometimes, what goes on with your own team isn’t enough. Sometimes, you need help from fate and from the opponent. Look at last year, for example. The Cowboys were the NFL’s laughing stock because they went through about 47 quarterbacks while Romo was injured. They lost most every game. But then Romo came back. He destroyed the Dolphins. Next week, he was injured again. All the other AFC East teams got to play non-Romo Cowboys, and all the AFC East teams killed the Cowboys because they didn’t face Romo. Only the Dolphins were the lucky ones. Now did I want to see the guy’s career end? No. But did I want him to be listed as “OUT” during the Dolphins game so we could enjoy the same advantage that New England, NY and Buffalo enjoyed? You bet.

            1. To be the best, you have to beat the best!

  3. Iowa congressman Steve King went after Colin Kaepernick on Tuesday by claiming the San Francisco 49ers quarterback’s activism is “sympathetic” to ISIS.

    “I understand that he has an Islamic girlfriend that is his fiancée, and that this has changed him and has taken on some different political views along the way,” he told Newsmax TV’s Steve Malzberg. “This is activism that’s sympathetic to ISIS.”

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      Eeeesh. I didn’t know about his girlfriend at all or if that’s even true.

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      This is not unexpected. 4 Dolphins made a statement, as is their right, and now the police are making a statement, as is their right. When the Dolphins drive to a home game, they will now how to wait in traffic like the rest of us. Time to end these protests for the good of the team.

      1. Shaq weighed in about Kapp and echoed something I’ve been saying to my local friends and I think we are onto something. He said why hasn’t he been like this last year or the year before? Why now be a NFL player with an activist side? Shaq skirted saying what he wanted to keep the controversy down but we get the point. Kapp did this to make the headlines about him in a time when his career is sinking and the media only mentioning it over and over. Hijacking a movement for the benefits of personal publicity in my mind makes him worse than the acts and persons whom caused the movement in the first place . And the timing couldn’t be worse because the populace was already more than aware and already mobilized to protest and seek change. He’s a Johnny come lately and those that followed are as well. The players fail to understand their political beliefs are their personal business and should respect that their fanbase doesn’t parade their political beliefs at their games or seek to approve or disapprove players based upon them. We don’t know and don’t wanna know. We enjoy football to get away from the noise of life we are bombarded with daily in the news ect. NFL is a game not a political pulpit.

        I’ll give you a 50/50 on the mention of injuries in the article. And understand the context and took no offense. We all in a kind way hope the most dangerous of players are unable to play against us but we don’t publicly say we hope they get injured. Kinda of an unspoken rule and at the same time guilty pleasure we all enjoy but deny publicly. For example, I would be overjoyed if say Romo failed a drug test and couldn’t play more than I would if he suffered and injury. But what I failed to say is that I wouldn’t enjoy either. Maybe one more than the other but still anything that increases our chances of victory short of death I have to say is a good thing for a win starved ,often mocked, and maligned team I love so much. They sure as hell would feel the same if it were us to suffer such unfortunate circumstances… oh wait .. nevermind. They already do and have for quite a long time. Ted Ginn, Ricky Williams, Pennington, J-Mart, Incognito, Ajayi? Get my point?

  4. Mr. Ross and Mr. Brady. Michigan men till the end.

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