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  1. After sex dance? That's me in action baby!
  2. Who is the color commentator? I tuned in late. Seems like it’s painful for him to say anything good about the bills. Silent after that touchdown
  3. Can the mods just kick Caesar outta here? I’m cool with fans of other teams posting on this board, but this persistent trolling warrants censorship. It’s hard to comprehend how pathetic a person must be to devote so much time and effort to annoying other people. I rarely post anything here, just like reading the thoughts of others, but I feel compelled to speak up on this.
  4. Can this be the new “high level business meetings” on this message board? 😂
  5. Have you watched him play this year? I'd rather take a late round flyer on someone else than bring him back, he is exactly what we saw in Edwards, Manuel, and to a lesser degree, Tyrod. I can't imagine Beane wanting him back based on his play this year.
  6. Just putting it out there, he's the greatest receiver the Bills have ever had. Reed and TO may have accomplished more up to now, but I've never seen a Bills wideout perform at this level. He's so consistent highpointing the catch that I feel at ease when I see the ball going in his direction, and watching him run routes is like watching Muhammad Ali box.
  7. I'm no scout, but if Cook becomes a weapon for the Bills he has a very obvious nickname lined up: Captain Cook (or The Captain). Same name as the explorer, alliterative, and figurative meaning. Anyway, looking forward to seeing how Josh and Ken Dorsey use his skill set. GO BILLS!!!
  8. Watching from Budapest, Hungary. Kickoff is at 12:30am, I'm counting down the minutes
  9. Trade Edmunds for a 2nd and draft Nick Bolton
  10. The debate of whether it was scheme, line play, or personnel ended when Antonio Williams got a chance to play against Miami. I know it was garbage time, but he hit the hole harder than moss or singletary did the entire season. I trust my eyes, and I was convinced from that game alone that he should’ve immediately been the new rb1
  11. Another detail to keep in mind is the very noticeable fatigue of the defense beginning early in the second half. I can't speak on the x's and o's of what was happening on the field, but the incessant pressure brought on by Henderson and the successive long drives completely gassed the defense (the commentators mentioned it at one point). They are pros, but anyone who's played sports knows all too well how ineffective you are when your body is exhausted. I attribute their breakdown to this more than anything, but perhaps more insightful viewers picked up on other issues.
  12. unless I am missing something, you say they are not at all similar and then proceed to describe how they are in fact similar (both have some value because they can turn out to be winners). This was part of the point I was making: a lottery ticket and a 6th rounder both have potential when you first get them, but the probability that you win big on either is highly, highly unlikely statistically. Tom Brady is the powerball winner; for every hall of famer picked after the 5th rounder, there are hundreds of players who barely make the team (ok, so 6th rounders are not AS unlikely to hit on as a lottery ticket). But the point is that 6th and 7th rounders are 2nd stringers or special teamers like 95% of the time, and another thing to consider is that you are just about as likely to find a similar level of talent from the UDFAs or free agency at that point.
  13. This is like saying lottery tickets are a good investment because some guy hit big once.
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