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Cheering at the wrong times? If you were surprised to hear cheers on TV yesterday when scores and calls went the Patriots' way in Buffalo, you haven't tried to get tickets for a home game at Gillette lately. You can get tickets to Buffalo games, and many Pats fans were there yesterday. Buffalo News grumbled about how their hotel reservations displaced National Grid workers cleaning up after the recent snowstorm.
fumbles the football at the snap during the first
half of yesterday's home game against the Patriots.
Post-mortems at Buffalo News, after the Bills lose 28-6 to the Pats:
"We were moving the ball, and we kept shooting ourselves in the foot, which has been the story the whole year," Bills quarterbacks coach Turk Schonert said. "As soon as we find a way to quit beating the Bills, then we can start competing against the other team."
They're boring. Unwatchable. I'd call them a train wreck, but a train wreck has a way of commanding your attention. These Bills have become a perfect excuse to shut off the TV and spend your Sunday afternoon hauling broken trees out to the curb.