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  1. this thread is frustrating to read. Just keep yammering and yelling in to the wind for more or "better" rb's to replace the ones we already have, and don't listen to the sound and well thought out takes by many of us as to why the backs we have are plenty good for our scheme and what the Bills are trying to accomplish on offense. Moving on.
  2. Singletary dropped a pass. He's a plenty good back. 2019 was excellent for a rook. Last year was solid, good ypc considering and often got stopped a yard or 2 behind the LOS, which is mostly out of his control. Moss looks nice too. They play an offensive scheme which most often rolls out 4 WR's on the field and no TE. If not then 3 WR's and 1 TE. Running the ball for the Bills is a matter of creating balance or perceived balance. This backfield group they have is plenty well equipped to achieve what this offense needs out of them.
  3. Nice detailed take overall! Only thing though.... "Skinny"??? Where in the world are you deriving skinny from. This guy has an ideal size. Is it just that he's tall that makes you think he's skinny? Cuz he's not.
  4. Opted out after a 15 sack season. This guy would have gone top 10 if he played in 2020. On that alone it’s worth the pick. Big frame too and doesn’t need to grow into his nfl form.
  5. Not sure how realistic this is (1st 2 rounds) but it happened
  6. Today produced a defensive draft trying to go as close to BPA as possible
  7. Love both the Moore WR's for added speed / eventual slot replacement on our team. Neither of them will still be there by our 2nd pick. Would be happy to land either.
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