As expected, the Buffalo Bills lost again to the New England Patriots. This is the best of what Twitter had to offer Bills fans during and after the game.

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As expected, the Buffalo Bills lost again to the New England Patriots. This is the best of what Twitter had to offer Bills fans during and after the game.

Can’t decide which hat to wear to the game.

“Pregame Doom” tweet of the day

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“I Can’t Believe it’s Already Over” tweet of the day

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“Evergreen” tweet of the day

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“We’re All Seeing The Same Thing Here, Right?” tweet of the day

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“That Old Familiar Feeling” tweet of the day

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“OMG I Think We Just Witnessed a 3 and Out” tweet of the day

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“No One Believes You” tweet of the day

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“They FREAKIN’ Did it Again” tweet of the day

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“Marketing 101″ tweet of the day

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“Most Emotionally Accurate” tweet of the day

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“Absolute Smartest” tweet of the day

Righteous and benevolent judge, jury, and executioner

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4 Comments

  1. Why do people care about the Bills? Especially in Buffalo!

    I’ve lived here my whole life… experiencing the 3rd worst economy in the country for all 38 years of my life. I’ve grown up in a very much middle upper/middle class environment, and still am stunned seeing prices people pay for things on TV shows on HGTV elsewhere in the country. People who are lower/middle class must feel even more suppressed.

    Yet they don’t get insulted when the stadium demands tax breaks – that every homeowner (including myself) has to compensate for in our own taxes. Yet the team can pay one SINGLE player $100M. To chase a football. That’s more money than the combined salary of every single person that I know. It’s insulting to the community.

    Further, I’ve done work for some players. Some are nice. Some are philanthropists. But some of them throw wealth in people’s face, and make you talk through their agent – which is further insulting, really to everyone, community included. Particularly to those with more advanced degrees, yet lower salaries.

    This community would balk and debate for years over spending $100M on a bridge to Canada, waterfront improvements, downtown developments, or investment in hospitals and Roswell research facilities, including university expansion – but reward spending $100M on a player with tickets to games and tuning into news shows about the team, and buying cereal with his picture on the box, and endlessly talking about it in break rooms around watercoolers everywhere.

    It makes me ill, personally.
    I’d say “maybe it’ll take a few years of failure to wake people up”, but that’s really all that the Bills have ever done – and things haven’t changed. They are even talking about building a NEW stadium on the waterfront for this drag on the economy and everyone’s tax budget…

    Maybe multi-million dollar player salaries can be hung on flags outside the stadium, for people to march by, on their way towards the ticket counter to pay their contribution to someone else’s ludicrous income, while they go back to work for their far-below-average income relative to national averages in this area.
    In the meantime – when you see one of these fools acting obnoxiously in the end zone or sidelines as though they have no care in the world – think about what brings stress in your life, and why you are happy to heap praise and money on someone so much less deserving than you and your family.

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