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Mr. Scot

Possibly the most ill-timed thread ever

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lol

I guess to be fair, I wouldn't have believed it if someone had told me before the game that we would run wild on the Bucs. Their fans really did underestimate our O-line and RBs though.

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lol

I guess to be fair, I wouldn't have believed it if someone had told me before the game that we would run wild on the Bucs. Their fans really did underestimate our O-line and RBs though.

I wouldn't have either, truly. That's not the kind of thing anyone predicts.

Still, it ranks in the irony department up there with a Bills fan saying pre-Super Bowl "I see us winning big tomorrow".

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This should be in the funny pages...

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