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About DaBillsFanSince1973

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  1. You don't know squat

    if you don't trust the process, you don't know squat. you know, squat, like diddly squat
  2. Closest NFL comparison to Mason Rudolph... Tom Brady

    who were you there? I mean troll seems to come to mind but it could take a toll on me trying to relate it to your username here. I don't have much against them picking up rudolph, he would be on my list above allen and jackson. I liked rosen but the concussion deal bothers me. mayfield has some fire and darnold could be considered? at the end of the day, it doesn't matter too much who I like or dislike. I just hope they pull the trigger on any of the top prospects come draft day? Rudolph is going to need a lot of work on his field vision for the NFL. He rarely works beyond his primary read and constantly stares down his first option. In terms of his longer-term development, Rudolph was wise to return for his senior season. He should focus on improving his field vision to work through progressions before going pro. Along with improving his footwork, working on being under center, and learning how to call NFL plays. Jackson has a good athletic skill set, but will need to show more accuracy and pocket-passing skills in 2017. He also faces some size concerns and needs to add weight. Teams do feel that Jackson has a ton of athletic ability and upside to grow. He also has gotten good early reviews for his character, leadership and toughness. Mayfield stepped up in 2015 and carried the Sooners late in the season as they earned a spot in the college playoff. He was a Heisman finalist as he completed 68 percent of his passes for 3,700 yards with 36 touchdowns and seven interceptions. Mayfield also ran for 405 yards with seven scores. Allen could end up being a love/hate prospect. There is no doubt that he has superb physical talent to be a starting quarterback in the NFL. In 2016, Allen completed 56 percent of his passes for 3,203 yards with 28 touchdowns and 15 interceptions. Rosen had an impressive debut as a freshman, completing 60 percent of his passes for 3,670 yards with 23 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. He showed off a powerful arm and the ability to be an NFL pocket passer. While Rosen has gotten a ton of hype, the same thing happened with Christian Hackenberg after his freshman season. Thus, Rosen still has more to prove as a junior to be a high first-rounder. Darnold completed 67 percent of his passes in 2016 for 3,086 yards with 31 touchdowns and nine interceptions. He has size, a strong-enough arm and accuracy, plus led USC on a nine-game winning streak to end last season. There is buzz of him being a No. 1-overall talent at the position. Team sources say that the early feedback is that Darnold has good intangibles as well. 2018 NFL Draft Prospects: Quarterbacks
  3. Bills hosting Bengles FA C Bodine

    doesn't look like a very good replacement. but, some have picked up their game when moving to a new team?
  4. Most possible depressing outcome

  5. Most possible depressing outcome

    hitting the sauce can bring one to spirituality, no?
  6. Most possible depressing outcome

    lay off the sauce OP, lets save the depression for after the draft. that is if it turns out depressing? who knows? anyone here gifted enough to prophesy ?
  7. Would people be happy if in round one...

  8. Memories of 2004 NFL Draft

    if is the biggest two letter word in the dictionary and at this point I see absolutely no comparison between the two, none.
  9. Memories of 2004 NFL Draft

    Donahoe was trash.
  10. Jets just traded with Colts for #3 pick in first round

    yeah, that's it. smh
  11. Jets just traded with Colts for #3 pick in first round

    I can understand that some bills fans want to go back to '04 that might create some kind of panic or thoughts of disaster but last I checked it's 2018 and this is not the same regime. who I may add has been quite aggressive before the draft has even taken place and I see no reason they fall flat and not remain aggressive, IMO.
  12. Browns Darnold, Giants Rosen

    and the speculation continues...