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SheriffJoe

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Bills looked flat, unprepared and downright dejected, hardly a team inspired by this so-called "miraculous recovery". Damar's family did no interviews and didn't look particularly happy either.

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof. Calling out this bullshit story which doesn't add up doesn't make you a "conspiracy theorist", it makes you a realist, skeptic and critical thinker.

Remember, even when the facts were still unknown, the official narrative so many of you BLINDLY swallowed surrounding the Pelosi hammer hoax never made sense either - the skeptics were right again.

Once you learn what propaganda is and how it is utilized, you can smell the bullshit a mile away.

The official "story" stinks.
 

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Maybe they can complain to the NFL in the offseason and get another rule change

Bengals only get 3 downs in 2023
No rule changes. Just better coaching.

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Or maybe the bills just werent good enough?
It's true, they aren't good enough. Swapping QBs wouldn't have changed the outcome. Inserting Mahomes or Montana wouldn't have changed the outcome.

Their coaching stinks at this level. McDermott's playoff record isn't quite in Marty Shottenheimer territory but it's trending in that direction. Even his wins have been unnecessarily close calls...like recently against the Dolphins.

I guess instead of facing reality, Brandon Beane would rather run it back yet again with the same flawed staff while taking cheap shots at the Bengals:

"I don't want to suck bad enough to have to get Ja'Marr Chase" 😂
 

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It's true, they aren't good enough. Swapping QBs wouldn't have changed the outcome. Inserting Mahomes or Montana wouldn't have changed the outcome.

Their coaching stinks at this level. McDermott's playoff record isn't quite in Marty Shottenheimer territory but it's trending in that direction. Even his wins have been unnecessarily close calls...like recently against the Dolphins.

I guess instead of facing reality, Brandon Beane would rather run it back yet again with the same flawed staff while taking cheap shots at the Bengals:

"I don't want to suck bad enough to have to get Ja'Marr Chase" 😂
Maybe they could hire Sean McVay but he's too much of a lazy millenial
 

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It's true, they aren't good enough. Swapping QBs wouldn't have changed the outcome. Inserting Mahomes or Montana wouldn't have changed the outcome.

Their coaching stinks at this level. McDermott's playoff record isn't quite in Marty Shottenheimer territory but it's trending in that direction. Even his wins have been unnecessarily close calls...like recently against the Dolphins.

I guess instead of facing reality, Brandon Beane would rather run it back yet again with the same flawed staff while taking cheap shots at the Bengals:

"I don't want to suck bad enough to have to get Ja'Marr Chase" 😂
Lol did he really say that? What an absolute clown statement. They're destined to go away and not be heard again as a legit contender for a long time. I noticed the coaching deficiencies forever, bad in game decisions on when to go on 4th (Titans game comes to mind).

As far as QBs, Allen took a major step back this year and I think that can be traced directly back to Daboll leaving. And as gifted athletically as he is I don't think he's a cerebral QB by any means, relies purely on athleticism. Not sure if it's on him more or the coaching staff (prob a bit of both) but to me he's a first read QB and if it's not there he goes off script immediately, wins in October but not against actual good teams in the playoffs.
 

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Maybe they could hire Sean McVay but he's too much of a lazy millenial
Yes, Millennial McVay with Stafford at QB would have made all the difference in that game. :rolleyes:

"They had a great game plan. We just didn't have it today" - Allen

As opposed to the team that DIDN'T have a great game plan = coaching

Wait...but there's more 👇 👇 👇👇

“Guys were exhausted during the week and our coaches did the best they could try to modify the week . . . but there was just uncharacteristic things that were kind of happening . . . I have to kind of put that into effect and not as an excuse just this team has been fighting for so long and fighting through all of this adversity you almost run out of gas at some point,” Saffold said


Wait...WHAT??? Exhausted and out of gas??? "Uncharacteristic things"????

Why not inspired and pumped up by that "miracle Damar recovery"???

Some of us know why.
 

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Lol did he really say that? What an absolute clown statement. They're destined to go away and not be heard again as a legit contender for a long time. I noticed the coaching deficiencies forever, bad in game decisions on when to go on 4th (Titans game comes to mind).

As far as QBs, Allen took a major step back this year and I think that can be traced directly back to Daboll leaving. And as gifted athletically as he is I don't think he's a cerebral QB by any means, relies purely on athleticism. Not sure if it's on him more or the coaching staff (prob a bit of both) but to me he's a first read QB and if it's not there he goes off script immediately, wins in October but not against actual good teams in the playoffs.
Allen's stats were nearly identical under Daboll and Dorsey.

McDermott's teams just aren't prepared or perform in the playoffs, whether they get blown out or end up fluking out a win. The ONE lone exception was the Pats game last season. The rest have been dumpster fires, win or lose.

From a GM's perspective, I understand the reasoning for not firing a 13-3 COTY candidate...I do. It sounds crazy - most teams would love to be in that position.

Except it isn't. McDermott has to go.
 

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Bills looked flat, unprepared and downright dejected, hardly a team inspired by this so-called "miraculous recovery". Damar's family did no interviews and didn't look particularly happy either.

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof. Calling out this bullshit story which doesn't add up doesn't make you a "conspiracy theorist", it makes you a realist, skeptic and critical thinker.

Remember, even when the facts were still unknown, the official narrative so many of you BLINDLY swallowed surrounding the Pelosi hammer hoax never made sense either - the skeptics were right again.

Once you learn what propaganda is and how it is utilized, you can smell the bullshit a mile away.

The official "story" stinks.
Lot of unanswered questions. A lot of blacks calling it out as bullshit
 

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"You don't think you were duped by fake Damar in the locker room when he was there?? Let's just get that out there!"

Nervous Josh Allen: I don't think so. If it is....who knows!"

WHO KNOWS!?!?!?

Did he actually SEE him...or not???

:popcorn:
 

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Allen's stats were nearly identical under Daboll and Dorsey.

McDermott's teams just aren't prepared or perform in the playoffs, whether they get blown out or end up fluking out a win. The ONE lone exception was the Pats game last season. The rest have been dumpster fires, win or lose.

From a GM's perspective, I understand the reasoning for not firing a 13-3 COTY candidate...I do. It sounds crazy - most teams would love to be in that position.

Except it isn't. McDermott has to go.
He's a top 5 candidate for coach of the year and you want him tossed, eh?
 

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This can be "settled" quickly by him uploading a 10--second video where he can verbally and visually tell/show the naysayers that they are wrong. He doesn't HAVE to do it, but it can quell a lot of this speculation.

Pics or it didn't happen. Even his 'joke' doesn't show his face. Asking for evidence is never something to be ashamed of.
 

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This can be "settled" quickly by him uploading a 10--second video where he can verbally and visually tell/show the naysayers that they are wrong. He doesn't HAVE to do it, but it can quell a lot of this speculation.

Pics or it didn't happen. Even his 'joke' doesn't show his face. Asking for evidence is never something to be ashamed of.
True, but there's a problem with this.

Even if you blindly accept the narrative he's alive, obviously he can't speak or interact with anyone which is just as bad optically for Big Pharma and the NFL since this "medical coincidence" happened live on national television.

In other words, they can't go back and delete what we all saw...but they CAN create a PSYOP to convince enough people that what they saw is not REALLY what they saw...if you know what I mean.

Obviously, the Powers-That-Be who orchestrated that Weekend at Bernie's stunt last Sunday want this story to die and Damar never to be heard from again.

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof.

Damar is dead....or at the very least, a vegetable for life - another casualty of these deadly jabs.
 

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I like how his proof pic is with a hood drawn over his head, His head tilted down, and no visible light to illuminate his face lol.
 

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True, but there's a problem with this.

Even if you blindly accept the narrative he's alive, obviously he can't speak or interact with anyone which is just as bad optically for Big Pharma and the NFL since this "medical coincidence" happened live on national television.

In other words, they can't go back and delete what we all saw...but they CAN create a PSYOP to convince enough people that what they saw is not REALLY what they saw...if you know what I mean.

Obviously, the Powers-That-Be who orchestrated that Weekend at Bernie's stunt last Sunday want this story to die and Damar never to be heard from again.

Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof.

Damar is dead....or at the very least, a vegetable for life - another casualty of these deadly jabs.
This is a very high probabilty take


But the MSM sheep of this world like @5o'clockcharlie or @Avocado33 or @Selectrick or @Bozzie

cant even conceive that it MIGHT be/COULD be/ IS true
 

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If he is healthy why won't he speak on camera?

I want to see Damar Hamlin giving an interview with a well-known journalist. I want to see him talking, I want to see his mouth moving without a face mask, and I want to see his body moving. Is that too much to ask?
 

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