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There wasn’t much of a contest on the field at MetLife Stadium on Sunday, so fans in the upper reaches of the stands had to stage their own battle for New York State, replete with Zubaz, women punching and the finest that humanity has to offer (Jersey and Western New York chapters). Poor Buffalo fans. They didn’t stand much of a chance up there, either. Power in numbers, people. I have to ask where was this Bills Mafia we’ve heard so much about? Could be these folks didn’t pay their protection fees. – Aaron Rodgers made a friendly wager on sunday’s game with a member of Boyz II Men because Aaron Rodgers knows all the groups you slow danced to at homecoming. He and Blackstreet also go way back. Anyway, Rodgers lost, so he has to wear a 49ers jersey for the remainder of the week. Also he has to let everyone know that Motown Philly is, indeed, back again. – Packers players continue their recent habit of being dicks and claiming that the other team didn’t actually beat them, but bene...
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