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  2. I just called because my promotions ran out. Was $160 now down $45 dollars for 12 months. In June I have to call back for my $60 a month for 12 month discount
  3. quincy

    Post your mock draft here

    9: R1P9 DL ED OLIVER HOUSTON 40: R2P8 EDGE CHASE WINOVICH MICHIGAN 74: R3P10 EDGE JACHAI POLITE FLORIDA 112: R4P10 C ELGTON JENKINS MISS. STATE 131: R4P29 TE FOSTER MOREAU LSU 147: R5P9 DL DANIEL WISE KANSAS 158: R5P20 QB CLAYTON THORSON NORTHWESTERN 181: R6P8 RB TRAVIS HOMER MIAMI (FLA.) 225: R7P11 WR KEELAN DOSS UC DAVIS 228: R7P14 S ANDREW WINGARD WYOMING Fanspeak CBS Aggregator - Five players on offense - Five players on defense - First six players play on the line of scrimmage! If Buffalo keeps 10 picks, I'd spend a day 3 pick on a quarterback.
  4. Actually, I agree with this. It's just boring sitting around with nothing happening, waiting for the draft to start. I think we've seen Beane's appetite in free agency. He'll pay what he did for Morse, and he'll pay what he did for Star, but he's going to be very cautious about writing $20 million checks. AB, he told us, yeah, maybe, but if you aren't a certifiably special talent like AB, he's not too interested. After all, what he means by building through the draft is that he can afford to keep the team well enough stocked with talent by having a lot of players on their first contracts and by spending his money on the cream of the draft crops as they reach free agency. He gets two benefits out of that. One is that he stays out of cap hell. Second, he gets the benefit of the really good players for ten years instead of just five. Clowney's a perfect example. If he fits the Bills' system and process, he's a star for the next five years. Draft the best edge rusher coming out this year (and you're taking him because you've already determined that he fits the system and process), and you've got a star for ten years. Ten is better than five. Still, I'm bored.
  5. I had DTV a couple years ago and finally cut it as it got to expensive. Have been doing some of these streaming services but those have gone from about $25/month to about $45/month now and not all the channels I want. It seems stupid DTV won't offer Sunday Ticket on their DirecTV NOW service. I really don't want to subscribe and get a dish again. Probably have to do NFL Gamepass or something.
  6. Yea colts got some premium positions locked up.
  7. maybe, but fitz is cheap, a good teacher and if their oline isn't good rosen would die. he's probably a better prospect than this year's crop and for a pick would, imo be a good investment.

    Schedule Analysis

    If DK succeeds, he will be EXTREMELY marketable. As far as getting the shaft regarding PT games, I just don't aggrieved like I did 15 years ago. It may be difficult psychologically, but imagine you WEREN'T a Bills fan. Would you be excited to watch them in PT? If you answer honestly, it's probably a big no. If Allen steps up and the Bills win 10 games, you can rest assured all of this will change.
  9. frostbitmic

    Rob Gronkowski Dents Lombardi Trophy with Bunt

    You're wrong. It was a move made by a total coward... He should've been thrown out of the league for that.
  10. mrags

    DE, Brian Burns Should Be the Pick

    Well. I guess I should have said Oliver. But I don’t think the 2 together are possible without giving up a lot of capital. Wilkins and Ferguson works because you could trade back and pick up an extra 2nd rounder and maybe more by moving back to the mid teens. Oliver won’t be there by then. And Ferguson won’t be there in the 2nd round most likely. At least not at 40. Maybe he slides to the beginning of the 2nd and you only have to give up a 4th and maybe a 5th along with 40 to move up to grab him. But I doubt it. Besides, I don’t like Oliver
  11. "those who colluded on this effort" he left out perhaps the most important player in all of this, the Obama Administration. by design??
  12. I stood around waiting for Schiff for an hour... then had to run to a meeting. He walked out as I was pulling away. CURSES!
  13. Kirby Jackson

    Away Game Roll Call 2019

    I’m planning on a few this year: Dallas, Nashville, Pittsburgh and Cleveland.
  14. I agree, but I think those talks have to happen before the draft starts. If I'm the Seahawks and I think the Bills' second isn't enough but no one else is offering much better and I let the Bills talk to Clark, the Bills may be willing to offer a lot (in part because they think they're making out by getting away with a low-ball draft pick). So Bills offer a lot and Clark says he's take it. This all happens before the draft, but the Bills won't commit until after they pick at 9. Well, that kills the pre-draft market for the Seahawks, because some team that would offer a first for Clark would have to be willing to match, at least, the Bills' offer. But the Bills offer was high BECAUSE they weren't offering a high pick . So I don't see how the mechanics would work to put together that kind of a deal before the draft, and I don't think there's enough time to put it together after the Bills pick at 9. By the way, I've convinced myself that if there IS a deal for one of them, I want Clark. He just seems more likely to settle into the process and commit to it. I haven't seen much of him at all, but he strikes as sort of a souped up version of Hughes, and Hughes has turned into a very effective DE.
  15. Personally, I would only do it for Bosa or Allen. With how much McD rotates his line, I can’t justify that many picks @NewEra is up and we almost have this thing closed out!
  16. corta765

    Bills 2019 schedule officially released

    I think really for any team even the best any more then 12 wins starts factoring in some luck and fortunate circumstances. The Chiefs really should've lost a game or two more that they squeaked out last year.
  17. No I tell them unless they get my bill down to what I feel is fair then Ill leave.
  18. tbarg12

    Away Game Roll Call 2019

    Definitely going to the Dallas game, between my parents and brothers there's gonna be 12 of us.
  19. AlCowlingsTaxiService

    Rob Gronkowski Dents Lombardi Trophy with Bunt

    If Gronk was a Bill? EVERY one of you would LOVE his persona ... those who say they wouldnt? Liars.
  20. Deranged Rhino

    Q Analysis

  21. RaoulDuke79

    Man caves - who's got them? Let's see them.

    Maybe I can rent it out and turn it into a man cave in the process.
  22. Hedge

    Q Analysis

    But...but...maybe we have actually LOST 10 yards, now that there is a big question mark about Barr/Mueller being Russian assets! 🤣 Long Beach Port was where there was one of those "training" raids recently, wasn't it?
  23. Kirby Jackson

    What would it take to make the franchise tag go away?

    I don’t think it would direct a player anywhere but to the highest bidder (as it does now). It isn’t that the owners are worried about feelings it’s about a system that doesn’t achieve its initial goal. It won’t look the same way in the next CBA and the owner’s aren’t going to put up massive resistance. The players will never accept it in its current state and the owners aren’t going to pound the table for it. It’s flawed. You may be able to designate a player as exclusive to you but it absolutely, 100% will not be a 1 year deal that is the average of the top 5 highest paid players at a position. It may evolve to a multi-year deal, it may be the highest paid player at a position plus 5%, etc... The system as it is now is coming to an end.
  24. I guess I'm missing the point. What's wrong with the system as it is? I don't see the players union objecting to it, because the franchise tag is irrelevant to 99% of the players in the league. Getting rid of the tag just benefits a few guys who are making a lot of money already. And being tagged doesn't hurt them all that much. All they have to do is show up and play, and they get paid a top-five salary, so arguably they're getting paid what they're worth. And if they get tagged a second or third year, they're getting paid more than the highest paid guys in the league. Sure, they aren't getting the big guaranteed payday they'd get if they were free, but they're getting paid a lot. It does kind of suck that you actually have to sit out a year to force your team to let you go, like Bell did. Maybe you could change the tag to say that if a team tags a player, it's a TWO-YEAR tag, first year at the average of the top five at the position, then 20% over the top five in the succeeding year AND both years are guaranteed. So if you get tagged, you know you're getting major dollars (QB would be getting $50 million, guaranteed). That would sweeten it for the players and make it a slightly bigger risk for the owners. I agree with those who don't like the way the NBA works. The owners and the fans should be somewhat secure from their best play holding them hostage. I don't want to spend five years turning Josh Allen into the best QB in football and then just let him walk. The Patriots keep Brady happy. The Pack kept Rodgers happy. Seattle kept Wilson happy. Cousins is the only guy who's left for greener pastures, and the Redskins probably wish they'd let him go a year earlier. I'm not seeing the problem here.
  25. Not sure about Clowney but I've seen reports that the Seahawks were already fielding offers for Clark. I imagine the Wilson deal will only solidify that. So the Bills would probably already have an extension in place before the trade went through. If they know they can't afford him, there's no harm in letting potential trade partners talk to his agent.
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