just imagine if DAL had signed von miller too
So they are reminiscent of and remind of you of one of the alltime great teams ever, but then you say you arnt saying they are one of the alltime great teams.
And no, they are not reminiscent of the 92 Cowboys, other than they are a professional football team. The 92 Cowboys had a slew of Hall of Fame caliber players all in their prime along with one of the deepest (if not THE deepest) rosters ever. They had a Hall of Fame coach who rebuilt a dead and buried franchise into a true juggernaut, one that would win 3 Super Bowls in 4 years because of him.
The Bills appear to be a "pretty good" team. History is chock full of "pretty good teams"
I laugh because you dbair seem to have a hole in your cognitive process.
That was the 92 Cowboys in week three of the 92 season. There were three professional football conferences - the AFC, the NFC and the DFC (Dallas Football Club.)The Bills are far and away the best team in the league and nobody else is close right now.
Quit blabbering and make the week 3 NFL threadI laugh because you dbair seem to have a hole in your cognitive process.
Nobody's comparing today's Buffalo Bills with the legacy and results of the '92 Cowboys and nobody would.
The comparison which by the way Is quite apt, is the WEEK THREE 1992 DALLAS COWBOYS AS THEY EXISTED THEN with today's Buffalo team.
You said it yourself. There's Buffalo then there's the rest of the league.
That was the 92 Cowboys in week three of the 92 season. There were three professional football conferences - the AFC, the NFC and the DFC (Dallas Football Club.)
BUT, it was a Dallas team that had gotten obliterated by Detroit in the playoffs the year prior, and was NOT what we know them to be today. There was DOUBT. Nobody knew to a certainty if they were going to be able to win it all. There was hope. There was suspicion. There was potential and reason to bet your savings and your last three paychecks (which I in fact did ).