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    How Much Pressure Was Doug Whaley Under To Win?

    If I remember correctly Overdorf was managing the salary cap during the Whaley era. I think Beane will need to build a winning team before he takes any shots at anyone else. Whaley's scouting team managed the draft. If McD made the picks it was from Whaley's scouting data.
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    Allen is More Accurate Than I Thought He Would Be

    I would love to see him check down a little more. I would like for the coordinators to design screens for him and incorporate more crossing patterns. Once that happens we will put a lot more points on the board.
  3. Beane was 100% responsible for this year's draft. He wasn't in place long enough last year to take any credit. I think Whaley's scouting team was in full effect with McDermott picking and choosing in the 2017 draft. I would like to see more than a good game against the Jets to be convinced but it would have been crushing to lose this one.
  4. I'm amazed at the people that are tearing down Taylor trying to lump him with Peterman. If they were both released which one would be picked up first? If you can defend McD and Beane by saying they ended the playoff drought, you can say the same for Tyrod. I would get ticked watching Tyrod at times but as the saying goes..you don't know what you got until you lose it.
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    Brandon Beane deserves to be fired tomorrow

    Zay was a Whaley pick based on Whaley scouting. I don't hold Beane accountable until after last years draft. Beane has showed that he can get rid of talent but he hasn't demonstrated that he can research and make good picks bring in quality FA's and build anything. Making the playoffs last year was based on talent acquired during Whaley's tenure. McD is a better coach than Rex and could utilize the talent better. Zay Jones has become the best receiver on the field. The Bills have become an offensive embarrassment.
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    QB Kyle Allen worked out for Bills

    Just sign Pryor and he can double as QB/WR.
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    How and Why The Bills Could Win Monday Night

    I heard from an inside source that Belichick has given his video spies and football deflators the week off and has declared this a No Cheat week better known as Buffalo Bills week. To address the question of Monday night not only will the Bills lose, they will think of a way to creatively lose that would even make Leodis McKelvin jealous.
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    McDermott and Beane have done a Very Good job.

    Last year I felt as though the present regime road the coat tales of the prior regimes talent, which they did. I wanted to see how they would do this year because it is fully McBeane's team now. I not impressed with Beane's handling of the draft and talent evaluation. Trading Dareus in the middle of the season was disruptive. Neglecting the O-line. Neglecting the QB situation. Needed experienced depth, maybe keep Tyrod. Wasting badly draft picks to move up and creating holes to do so. FA Failures. I would love to see Whaley's talent evaluation with McD coaching because that's what we saw last year.
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    The Vikings think Allen > Darnold

    We have taken a step back in talent evaluation. The result will be 3-13 seasons. We are moving in the wrong direction. The QB position is to hard to successfully draft and all of the QB's that were drafted last year seem to have issues regarding consistency that you would expect from a rookie. Allen is the only one that doesn't have a support system and that is poor management. Mayfield is the best and clearly has the best understanding of the game. Allen and Rosen are bringing up the rear in this horse race. All of the QB's are being mentored by QB's that are proven solid QB's except for Allen. Our GM forgot about this aspect of QB development. Allen may not develop until our GM and coach does. Allen is a 3 year project if given an improving O-Line.
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    Draft another QB

    I like Josh Allen but he is a QB that will need 3 years to develop. The front office was negligent and showed their inexperience in not having quality depth at QB. A QB needs to be attained via FA and the draft. McBeane will need to gain draft picks to address the holes they created in the prior season. Teddy Bridgewater and a 3rd or 4th round QB can work. Our first round pick should be a highly desirable pick and should generate 1 or 2 additional picks. Unless there is a stud in the first that we can't say no to, start building the offense period. Lets get the T and G. Receivers that can compliment each other 2 solid possession guys and burner that can stretch the field (kind of like Woods, Watkins and Goodwin). Don't leave out a RB. I think there will be more than one opportunity to move down but do they have the scouting that will allow late round success?
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    The Answer is Sitting in Tampa Bay

    The concern is that Beane has not demonstrated that he can evaluate good talent. I think Whaley's was better especially with the later draft picks and in season replacements. Get Bridgewater or Fitz to start and to mentor Allen. We will probably draft in the top 5 this year and there should be a blue chip prospect there, if so get him so Allen and he will be mentored by the veteran.
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    Biggest re-do of the offseason

    I agree with the Bridgewater approach..it can happen this off season if Beane and McDermott can get off of the slow bus to success. Allen is a 3 year project so get Ted in the off season and don't hesitate to pick a more talented QB if available. I have watched all of the Bills games I don't remember any screen passes being run. It seems as though this would be perfect for a rookie QB. Daboll should go and take Peterman with him. It seems as though everyone is learning from the GM on down.
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    The way Shady carries the ball

    Until he starts fumbling the ball I don't think it is much of a problem.