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  1. Wentz had very little help his rookie season.
  2. You haven't been paying attention. He's definitely being himself.
  3. I never said it was not catchable. It's a ball an elite player hauls in sometimes, but for the vast majority of players it's caught maybe 25% of the time. It's extremely poor placement for that short of a route.
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    Bills, Browns prognosis for 2018

    So were we making the playoffs with Peterman or Webb? Fact is Tyrod came back in after 'the half' and led us to a road win against KC and the only team we lost to the rest of the year was the Pats*. The other duo did get us a blizzard win against Jacoby Brissett and his 69 yards passing though, so there's that.
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    Preseason Game 2: vs. Browns 8/17

    Assuming Percy's health is a wash with Gordon's availability, I think I'd actually take Watkins, Harvin, Woods, and Clay over Bryant, Gordon, Landry, and Njoku.
  6. There are fake Bills fans? Can you teach me how to spot them?
  7. Yes, you were. And clearly about more than just that assumption. That INT was 75% on Peterman for the ball placement and in no way is catchable 9 out of 10 times, especially to your backup RB. Not nearly the same numbers? 9/10, 119, 1, 1 - 110 Passer Rating 7/10, 116, 0, 0 - 108.8 Passer Rating 9/19, 116, 1, 0 - 84.5 Passer Rating (as you said, a wash considering drops/given up routes, slow snaps, lack of protection, and nobodies on D as well) Peterman will look very good as long as Redmond isn't in at C (he just never needs to play C again...) because his strengths shine in preseason play and his weaknesses are not typically tested. You probably won't see that as fair, and I agree that it's not something in Peterman's control, but it's true. Defenses will absolutely change if he's the starter come week 1. I'd like to see McCarron move the offense and score in order to remain in the competition. I don't care if his completion % is 60 or 90. I will care if he has a turnover, just like I do with Nate. The Allen question is spot on and exactly what I hope to see. I'm truly excited to see if he steps up. Week 3 will be interesting. If Allen shows well, an admittedly big if, with the 2's I think he winds up getting a shot with the 1's for all the marbles. Certainly very exciting times for the franchise and fanbase! Can't wait to see how it all plays out.
  8. Might be harsh I guess, but I'm really not a fan of watching a QB who throws an INT every 10 pass attempts. I also think it's hilarious that, in a game where he continued this trend, folks are clamoring over it. He was decisive and quick against a vanilla defense. He showed some command and understanding of the offense. That's good, but it's not enough.
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    A couple questions on QB week 1 starter

    I need to see the next two PS games to be honest. But if I was asked right now I think McCarron can start the first 4, then bring in Allen. However, I would absolutely love if Allen steps up and takes this thing by the horns.
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    Is Foster poised for a big night on Friday?

    An incompletion?
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    Playoff Predictions

    Tech's success will depend on Patterson imo. Jackson seems to have already peaked.
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    Is Foster poised for a big night on Friday?

    You're right man. That guy's not making the roster either!
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    Playoff Predictions

    1. Georgia 2. TCU 3. Clemson 4. Penn State I was tempted to put Miami over Clemson, but they're going to lose when they come to Blacksburg in November.
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    Astro notes from final day @ SJF

    They'll watch like this the whole game
  15. 9/10, but made sure to keep his standard double digit INT%