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TC in St. Louis

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  1. He'll be fine. He isn't a rookie, and he knows the league. I'm looking forward to having a veteran out there on the corner.
  2. Baltimore had some rookies and second stringers out there in the defensive backfield. They were lost....can't believe how wide open those guys werer. We are going to have some rookies and second stringers out there too. The difference is, our guys have great coaching and won't make those kinds of mistakes. Tua floats passes against us, they'll be picked off.
  3. Much better. He's got a quarterback's mind, and he is creative. He'll make sure they take full advantage of the assets on this offense. You may even see Dawson Knox throw a pass. He used to be a quarterback, you know.
  4. First, they haven't announced the money yet. Secondly, he is one of the best, and to keep him they have to pay market value. Perhaps your issue should be the market value of tight ends....like Njoku.
  5. I'm pretty sure this is set up to be cap friendly and allow flexibility moving forward. Knox deserves to be paid like other top flight tight ends. He's a great player, and I'm glad he's staying.
  6. Too lazy to read ll 13 pages. But I am thrilled with this practice squad....especially Tavon Austin...waiting in the wings. He can do many things, including punt returns and slot guy.
  7. I thought trading Moss might be doing him a favor. He probably won't get more than 5-6 touches a game, and he seems to be at his peak right now. If he got to a team that needed him, he might do quite well. Here, he's probably wasted. However, if he stays healthy and next year we move on from Singletary....well, that's a good thing.
  8. It appears that the Bills believed Matt's story. I don't know who or what to believe. But I think the young woman's lawyer is a piece of *****. I don't believe that he wasn't looking for money. He's trashing the Bills. They're not involved in the lawsuit. What did they do wrong? He makes Saul Goodman look like Clarence Darrow.
  9. I don't believe anybody right now. Least of all the alleged victim. I just read something in her "journal" where she says that, after several people took turns having sex with her, she was flipped over and someone performed oral sex on her. First of all, I don't know any people who would take turns having sex with anybody. But I don't know that there is a person on the planet who would have oral sex with a woman who has been having sex with several men. That particular embellishment, in my opinion, is nonsense. Her lawyer strikes me as a scumbag. He's blaming everybody. Is it possible that his client is lying? This whole thing is funky.
  10. Maybe they decided to give Austin a chance to sign elsewhere. If that doesn't happen, I'd like to see him on our practice squad.
  11. I don't like predicting this early. I try to go no further than the next game. The big test will take place against the Rams. I do think his article missed on a couple details...such as how they addressed the DL by signing 3 veterans at tackle. The only contract issue right now is Poyer. I think Edmunds, Knox, Oliver and Singletary will use this year to earn extensions. That's not a problem; that's a motivator. By the way, finishing number one in defense, no matter who's on the schedule, is a great achievement.
  12. I was at the game. I've never watched a replay. The Bills had the game under control, and I was upset they settled for a field goal at the end of the half. A Cowboys fan said something to me in the restroom. He said "looks like you guys might win one." I said, "Yeah, well there's another half to play." Then I sat down and waited for the second half. Halftime at a Super Bowl is way too long. During the season it's about 12-13 minutes, and this seemed like an hour. Too much time to make adjustments or to not make adjustments. I'm thinking the Bills spent halftime resting up with their fingers crossed, while Jimmy Johnson was reaming everybody in his locker room. Then they all sat down and watched "Dances with Wolves", took a nap, and finally returned to the field. The Bills were in perfect position. They had the ball at the 50 yard line, and Thurman fumbled. How often in football does a fumble get returned for a TD? Absurd. The game did turn on that play. Dallas sensed our vulnerability and went for the throat. I think Tasker said something on "Four Falls of Buffalo" that they just ran out of gas. I should've sold my tickets. They were going for $2000, and I had 4 of them. I was going through a box two days ago and found the free seat cushion from that game. I might throw it out.
  13. There have been so many heartbreaking moments in the history of this team. We don't stop watching. We're a simple, yet complicated group. By the way, I don't know that I've accepted that the drought ended when Cinci pulled that miracle in Baltimore. We weren't really a playoff team yet. We got lucky. The drought should have been 19 years. I remember sitting on the couch with my wife and kid, watching Cinci line up for that play on 4th down, and saying "Well, it was a good season, and that's that." Then the miracle happened and we were stunned. Like all of us, I was very emotional watching the team in the locker room at the moment they made the playoffs. That was a great moment, but it came a bit too soon.
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