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To see if Dangelo Williams and J-Stew are really forreal

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For some odd reason I am looking forward to the Bills.

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Season 2 of Otah dominating.

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E. Brown, Barnidge starting to take off, the progress the QB's have made with the new coach and what the defensive scheme looks like game day.

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I am looking foward to real threads about the season

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I am looking foward to real threads about the season

lol what this thread aint good enough for ya?

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Well it is better then debating why the NFL has not used dinosaur names

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1. Double Trouble

2. Richard Marshall

3. Everette Brown

4. Dwayne Jarrett

5. New Defense

6. Jake Delhomme's comeback?

in no real order

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this is a smart man :D

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I don't expect us to see near the full potential of our team during preseason as compared to when the season actually kicks off. I can't wait till season week 1!

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