Army Lieutenant Talking Buffalo Bills Will Give You The Chills
Well, this will give you the chills.
When adversity hits in the face, when dangerous is looking at us in the face, we look right back at it and we ask them a question....we say: "Where else would you rather be, than right here, right now."
Monday night the Buffalo Bills will host the New England Patriots in an extremely important game. Watch Army Lieutenant Colonel, Patrick Miller who is based out of Joint Base Lewis-McChord, WA, give a motivational speech to his Battalion Commander on Monday afternoon. He gave his speech to his battalion before their block leave and, because he is from Buffalo, had to incorporate the Buffalo Bills during 'Patriot's Week' a little bit as well (for those who do not know that is commonly when most of a unit goes on break around the holidays, or sometimes there is a mid-year block leave as well).
I hope my unit is ready. ‘Beat New England’ is our rallying call in my battalion this week", Patrick Miller wrote on Twitter earlier this week.
Miller taught his unit where 'Where else would you rather be, than right here, right now' so, you have to check out the end of the video. Maybe he should come give this speech on Monday night.
"Here's what I need from y'all. So, back where I'm from in Western New York, we call this week Patriots week. Feel that a little something coming up in your throat? Me too. What's that mean? Patriots week: When the Bills play the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football. The week prior to that we ramp it up a notch. We ramp up the intensity in practice, we are laser focused in training and in what we do and I need each and every one of you to do that now."