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  1. I think Settle's contributions will be felt in those 3rd and 4th quarters of games when a defensive stop is our best offense. Rotating Phillips, Jones, Settle, and Oliver will be a boon to our DE's ability to make opposing QB's uncomfortable.
  2. These depth charts are fun top look at, but much like a mock draft, I don't take much stock in them until the the first two games are in the books.
  3. Until Tre White is on the field making plays again, and we have Elam and Jackson as the projected starting corners, I can't see the harm of bringing Waynes, Haden, Harris, Rhodes, or Sherman in. Their experience and understanding of the position, schemes, and other player tendencies alone is worth shuffling a few dollars to one of them and bring that vet presence alongside Hyde and Poyer. I know that Haden has been reported as an interest to some current Bills. Has Beane brought any of these guys in for a visit?
  4. Considering the contracts of Cousins, Watson, Murray, and then the very likely extensions to Jackson, Burrow, and Herbert, the Bills got a solid deal!! Let's be honest though, they all are making ridiculous cash.
  5. It's a solid landing spot and business decision by Julio to rebuild any value and compete in the NFC. I hope he has a bounceback year personally and then have his team get bounced early in the playoffs.
  6. 4 League-Wide 1. Broncos win AFC West 2. Ceedee Lamb leads WR's in TD 3. Baker Mayfield plays well enough that he is given a multi-year extension with Carolina 4. Desmond Ridder is the starting QB for Atlanta after week 6. 4 Bills 1. Josh Allen is worthy of but does not make 1st or 2nd team all pro because the Bills running game takes a big leap. 2. Roger Saffold makes the pro bowl because of how much the offensive line improves the run game. 3. Bass-o-matic joins the 60 yard field goal club setting a new Bills field goal record. 4. Jamison Crowder catches the go ahead touchdown of SuperBowl MVP, Josh Allen, as the Bills win 30-21 over the Cowboys much to the media coverage's delight of interviews and shots of meltdowns by Jerry Jones in the press box.
  7. I'd pick Kyle Williams because he was a solid player and by all accounts a hardworking and down-to-earth guy. I'd pick Allen for the same reasons as my current player. I'd pick Will Ferrell for his stories and playful craziness or Robert Downey Jr because of his interesting rollercoaster career and experiences. I would be doing my son a solid as well as a result of his Marvel Fandom.
  8. I have always seen myself as a safety. I'm worth millions, but I don't have to tell everyone that. Lately, I feel more and more that I'm a first round talent but I was an undrafted receiver because a few people thought I had a questionable work ethic and character concerns. Sincerely, Ko Da'Rick Simpson Rogers.
  9. I think Roger McCready, CB from Auburn. I believe he will be one of the highest rated CB’s when Bills pick. Why Him? The obvious need for a CB and coaching staff strength in utilizing/maximizing talent in this area He is viewed as a late first/early second talent. Good height, 6’2 and SEC experience against quality WR’s. Publications and websites list his coverage skills and footwork as best traits. Chiefs, Titans, Chargers, Raiders, and Browns all improved WR units.
  10. By all accounts, he was a pro's pro in the media, confident and skilled but not arrogant, and I honestly liked his down to earth style of speaking too. As others have stated, very sad. Madden and Clayton were two different but uniquely talented pioneers at telling the story of football.
  11. Roster Spot Needs (No Order) 1. Veteran Backup QB 2. A Rookie QB (may be on PS) 3. A RB #2 (Moss is RB #3) 4. Big slot WR (early draft pick) 5. 2 OL if Bates goes, vet & rook 6. 1 LB (ST ability and backup) 7. 2 CB's (veteran & early draft pick) 8. Best punter available or FA For me, that is 10 legitimate spots left among free agency, draft, and players who have not had more than a cup of coffee or two on the roster.
  12. Alexander appears to not be resigning with the Vikings. He played against Diggs in practices, a former 2nd round pick, and he has 25 or so career starts and 6 years of experience. I think he and a CB pick within the the first 3 rounds would go nicely with T. Johnson, Jackson, and White's return. Anyone know if this guy would be both a good fit and reasonably priced?
  13. I am a fan of this offense, but no, the 2022 offense is not going to be the best offense in history. Some teams in the last 30+ years from the 49ers, Cowboys, Patriots, Rams, and a few others are closer than this team currently from making such an argument. Let's win a ton of games, put up video game numbers, get Allen an MVP, be dominant in the playoffs, win the Championship, and then this discussion has both merit and relevance.
  14. Great reminder. Sign or trade for that one difference-maker who can not be found in our draft slot and for a position that the team can't coach up another player to be. For me, this is a sack artist, a true run stuffing DT, or a guard that keeps Allen upright. WR/TE/RB/CB/LB can be found in this draft. The OL or DL player we need is not in this draft.
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