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Buffalo Bills fans can go to season finisher game face to face and he’ll be there as well, Cuomo says

It’s stunning enough that the Buffalo Bills have made sure about a home season finisher game. However, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo threw in another shocker on Wednesday, declaring that large number of Bills fans can go to the game one month from now face to face — and he’ll be one of them. “We’re all feeling the excitement,” Cuomo said Wednesday in his every day COVID-19 preparation. “We’ve all wanted the Buffalo Bills to be good, it’s been a long time, and that team has a charisma and personality…

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Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs convey Bills to 38-9 win higher than Patriots: Monday Night Football

It was totally clear on Monday night concerning which group was going to the end of the season games as the AFC East hero and which group will watch the end of the season games from home without precedent for a very long time. Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs insistently conveyed the Buffalo Bills to a 38-9 triumph over the New England Patriots on Monday night. Allen threw four scores on the evening, three of which went to Diggs, as the Bills acquired a season clear of the Patriots unexpectedly…

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Brings about Pittsburgh Steelers score drive, Wacky turnover by Buffalo Bills’ Dawson Knox

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ second takeaway during Sunday night’s down at the Buffalo Bills formally went down as a bobble constrained by cornerback Mike Hilton that was recuperated by cornerback Cam Sutton. Yet, watch the replays the same number of times as you like: It’s as yet not thoroughly clear what occurred with nine minutes and 36 seconds left in the subsequent quarter. Bobble? Interference? Whatever it was, it was another constrained turnover by the Steelers’ guard, one playing without a modest bunch of starters, and it prompted the principal score…

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Cam Newton will stay beginning quarterback: New England Patriots’ Bill Belichick says

New England Patriots mentor Bill Belichick conclusively said he isn’t changing quarterbacks in the wake of pulling Cam Newton right off the bat in the final quarter of Thursday night’s 24-3 street misfortune to the Los Angeles Rams. “Cam’s our quarterback,” Belichick said in his postgame news gathering, removing the inquiry to offer his response. Newton completed 9-of-16 for 119 yards against the Rams, with one exorbitant block attempt that was returned 79 yards for a score, as the Patriots’ passing offense faltered by and by. He was supplanted by…

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