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  1. Whether Shady may or may not be active (I hope he will be...) I'll be rooting for him and the Chiefs in the Superbowl... They are after all "The AFC representative AND NOT the New England Patriots". And as far as Watkins is concerned, I never questioned his "attitude". I had a problem with paying him $16 million a season when he couldn't seem to stay healthy. I think that John Brown had a better season in terms of "productivity" and is significantly less expensive both this past year and the upcoming next two seasons as well! When you factor in the cost of the two contracts (Brown at 9 million/yr avg for both 2020 & 2021 vs Watkins at $16 million/yr which btw expires after 2020) it seems likes a "no brainer" that Brown is the better investment. Also I like Andy Reid. He is an excellent HC (also NOT NAMED Belichick). https://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/W/WatkSa00.htm https://overthecap.com/player/sammy-watkins/2943/ https://www.pro-football-reference.com/players/B/BrowJo02.htm https://overthecap.com/player/john-brown/3030/ and besides Garopolo still has some of that "New England Stench" on him.... Go CHIEFS!
  2. I wonder if Cleveland was insisting on the same kind of "reporting requirements" for McDaniel as they apparently insisted on from Stefanski. If so I wouldn't blame him for not taking the job if it was offered under those terms.
  3. Here's the latest from Pro Football Talk... And here is Dan Patrick's take...
  4. So, How many other teams in the NFL require this of their HC? Are there any? This seems like a plan almost guaranteed to end in disaster. Poor Brown's fans... They deserve better!
  5. https://www.spotrac.com/nfl/buffalo-bills/tredavious-white-21768/ https://theathletic.com/1519769/2020/01/08/extensions-free-agency-and-draft-what-you-should-and-shouldnt-expect-from-brandon-beane-this-offseason/?source=spotrac&pc=spotrac40off Simple: Pay the man. He is just coming into his prime and is happy here. Start negotiating an extension soon. It willl cost a little less in the long run. You do have his 5th year option of course but it will be better for all concerned to not wait till the last minute. It's the smart thing to do.
  6. Absoeffinlutely NOT. The man is a cancer. He is all about himself. You want "Team Oriented" players NOT prima donna's on the Bills.
  7. Just having a guy like Roberts back there is a nice feeling knowing that he will "take care of the ball". It would be great if he can bust a long one or two, but just knowing that you have someone back there you can trust not to fumble and to make the right decisions makes him worth what the Bills are paying him.
  8. Wouldn't it be lovely to see Brady and Belicheat watching the Bills on TV next weekend!
  9. This has all the makings for a very interesting Wild Card Saturday evening for both these teams. Go Bills and Go Titans!
  10. The Bills will be lucky to have Daboll back with Josh for a third straight season. A lot of QB's are held back in their development by having a constant windmill of OC's and HC's. It's not as important later in a QB's career but especially early on, QB's can really benefit from the consistency and rapport they develop with that one guy who they can trust and who knows their strengths and weaknesses.
  11. Whether Wallace is in or out, Kevin Johnson will be an important part of the Bills defense today. And KJ probably has an axe to grind with the Texans. Hopefully Levi will be back for the Bills next opponent!
  12. Pay Tre now! He's earned it and it will be cheaper now than later...
  13. Sorry to hear about Calie. Curley outlived his sister Xena by about a year or so. At least he seemed to go quickly...
  14. We are about to lose our puggle. So I know how terribly it hurts. Curley just turned 13. We'll miss him... We won't forget him! RIP
  15. Stupid is as Stupid does... Another wasted Clleveland draft pick...
  16. Didn't Tunsil lead the NFL in False Start penalties this year? https://www.houstonchronicle.com/sports/texans/article/Laremy-Tunsil-s-dubious-distinction-NFL-s-most-14893344.php https://www.nflpenalties.com/player/l-tunsil-houston-texans?year=2019 Hughes must be salivating at the thought of exposing LT as the weakest link on the Texan's Oline...
  17. How bout we wait to answer this question till around 8PM Saturday night?
  18. I'm not predicting a win "for sure" but I think they can. Will they? Hope so obviously! The Bills have character and smarts. It should be a good game.
  19. The Bills offense has been bad because: 1. Allen who only started 2 yrs at Wyoming (2016-17) and is in his 2nd yr as a Bill is still learning the pro game. 2. Beyond Brown and Beasley none of the other WR have distinguished themselves. Foster seemingly has regressed from last year. 3. While Knox seems to have a lot of natural talent he is still a rookie and like most rookies at this stage of his 1st season is probably worn out. Rookies are not used to playing this many games while in college. 4. Singletary, a rookie like Knox is probably also starting to feel a bit tired though he was out several games early on in the season which may have helped somewhat. RB's though take a lot more abuse than big body TE's absorb. 5. Gore is essentially a between the tackles RB and is not young anymore. He's gotta be getting tired as well. 6. Hauschka hasn't had a great season either. Is he over his accuracy troubles? Time will tell. Still let's remember the Bills are in the playoffs for the 2nd time in the last 3 seasons. They have a topnotch Defense and stand a decent chance of beating Houston and advancing in the playoffs. It's helped that they haven't had a ton of serious injuries this season. This team needs another good draft class that will hopefully provide among other things a young top notch WR who can stretch out opposing defenses and give Allen another reliable target. Stay tuned...
  20. First, I don't believe that this is even the time to be debating Daboll's competancy as OC. The season isn't even over yet. Second, As far as Allen is concerned, he is still a raw talent. He really only started two season's at Wyoming (2016-17) which is hardly a big name football school. He is now finishing his 2nd season with the Bills having led them to the playoffs this season. But he is still learning the pro game. I'd say he has shown good progress this season so far. We could at least wait to see what the Bills do in the wild card game and perhaps longer before debating these issues. Third, while Oliver, Ford, Singletary and Knox have all shown flashes of the talent that led to their being drafted we have to remember that they are all still rookies. They are gonna have their ups and downs. But their future looks bright. I for one hope that Daboll does stick around beyond this season. Continuity is important. With another good draft class hopefully bringing in a top notch WR and more OLine help this team can only get better. This is not a Super Bowl contending team just yet but their progress is undeniable. On to Houston!
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