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How many points against Buffalo will the Offense need to redeem themselves?

How many points?  

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  1. 1. How many points will the offense need to redeem themselves on Sunday?

    • 0-7
    • 7-14
    • 14-21
    • 21-28
    • 28+
    • Doesn't matter, as long as they win.
    • They did great Sunday, nothing to redeem.

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i said 14-21, but with this caveat...14-21 more than the other team.


bury the other team so deep there's no way they can come back. blow them out of the water. don't leave any room for them to come back if our defense happens to get winded at the end of the game or the other team has some lucky breaks.


i have to see creativity (not cuteness ala chud)  but an ability to keep the other team from getting comfortable and take away our predictable nature. i have to see a ruthlessness. i have to see aggression and exploitation of the other teams defense and an ability to adapt what you do to take advantage of weaknesses or unexpected strengths and/or dictating to the defense what you want to do and make them react to what you do.

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Enough to win.  I'm tired of pointing to this stat or that stat.  That poo is for losers.  The reason we've been so stat focused is because we're not winning.  Just win, baby.

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Buffalo secondary is banged up. CB Gilmore-torn ACL, S Byrd-sore foot (will heal instantly with a new contract), CB Brooks-broken foot.


See some opportunity for the passing game. Have to watch for CB McKelvin and SS Norris, but we'll have our chances.

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Offense is going to have to make some noise. The offense hasn't looked explosive since the 4th preseason game. They don't need to put up 30 but it would be nice to just see good ball movement and finishing off drives.

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