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  1. That looks like Joe Ferguson in '84. I recall Kelly's first year they started wearing all white again in the regular season, including at home. I recall them wearing blue pants in the pre-season that year though.
  2. The only good thing about the Bills wearing red this Sunday is that we don't have to see that garbage again for the rest of the season.
  3. They sure do. But I don't think they flip the switch on Vrabel this year.
  4. Titans, as a whole, aren't a mess. Their offense is a mess. But that's what happens when a team has no QB. Titans D is playoff good. Unfortunately, they're in that QB desert.
  5. Let me break it down for you. The post I responded to mentioned where Allen was in terms of QBR, etc. I've read complaints on this board that Allen never throws for 300 yard games. No, I don't care about those things. I watch the games like most everyone else. Of course, Allen can be better. What I don't care about are analytics or TV driven "QBR" arguments. The facts are Allen needed to improve his accuracy. He's done that. He needed to improve his decision making. He's still inconsistent in that area, obviously. He's also clutch. In close games, when the Bills need it he gets it. I care more about that at this point, oh great ScottLaw knower-of-all πŸ‘‹πŸΎπŸ‘‹πŸΎπŸ‘‹πŸΎ
  6. Seriously. How many fourth quarter go ahead TD/Field goal drives has he led? What is his record in games started and finished? Wins and losses are what this is all about, ultimately. You Clearly ignore that. Yes, he can be better. They also don't win as many games without him. Not ignoring the defense. Allen still has to lead the winning drives, no? Sure, he needs to make better decisions. He does a lot of things well too.
  7. It's not a high school band. It's the Tennessee State University Marching Band. An HBCU with alums from Oprah Winfrey to Ed "Too Tall" Jones, Richard Dent, Wilma Rudolph, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, and a couple players some on the board might remember, Larry Kinnebrew and Charley Ferguson.
  8. He should've never been in the booth. I'm watching for the game, not a comedy special or a concert.
  9. He is not as slow as people think, but he's not the quickest, which is why he has to make a lot of contested catches. One on one, DBs can stay with his routes. Beasley, for instance, is not the fastest, but quick. It's harder for DBs to stay on his routes, especially in tight spaces. Not a knock on Duke, he just had to understand how to win with his skill set consistently.
  10. I've seen some posts. Because one has an opinion doesn't make it a good one or a relevant one.
  11. No reasons to complain about Yeldon. He's productive when he plays.
  12. Best of luck to him. I hope he is able to put things together out in Oaktown.
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