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  1. DaBillsFanSince1973

    If Allen is real deal, bills make playoffs

    not just Josh improving but Daboll's offense should really be able to click now.
  2. DaBillsFanSince1973

    Are you embarrassed to wear Bills gear?

    OP, are you embarrassed to be a bills fan? hell, I still wear my 1992 pro line shark tooth authentic hat. proudly I may add.
  3. great first post! welcome to the board papa. new to tbd. looking forward to your future insight here.
  4. I always felt that but I guess we'll never really know with so many conflicting reports/opinions. we have allen, all that matters to me.
  5. fair enough. they wanted darnold and were furious with the jets for taking their guy and ended up with their second choice, allen. personally, I'm really glad the jets messed up their plan. I would take allen over darnold any day of the week.
  6. it also came down to either josh. I just don't believe they were as high on darnold as some may of thought? https://www.newyorkupstate.com/buffalo-bills/2018/04/2018_nfl_draft_brandon_beane_says_josh_allen_wasnt_the_buffalo_bills_only_choice.html What we know for certain is the Bills valued Allen higher than UCLA quarterback Josh Rosen, who went No. 10 to the Cardinals. If the Bills would have been thrilled with either one, there would have been no need to give up two second-round picks to move up and get Allen.
  7. your post suggests they wanted darnold over allen? the article does not say anything about them wanting darnold over allen. what I get from the article was the jets messed the plan of positioning up with their move but as the article says: Here’s the thing: Buffalo, supposedly “furious” by this deal, still landed a marquee quarterback, even though he did not play for a big-name college program. And, they definitely did not panic. Thus, the Bills made their move for Josh Allen. While some reports dangled Allen as the first overall pick in the draft, it was not meant to be. It was apparent that Allen was the No. 1 quarterback on the Bills’ radar. So far, it’s going according to plan for Buffalo and Allen. very misleading title and article.
  8. DaBillsFanSince1973

    Ryan Fitzpatrick to sign with Miami

    Ken Stabler as well. but surely, lets not forget Bart Starr Starr is the only quarterback in NFL history to lead a team to three consecutive league championships
  9. DaBillsFanSince1973

    Feels strange to have a FO with a specific plan

    I did as well. I feel strange and I also feel a sense of relief. oh sure, the real serious skeptics, believe until the wins and division titles and beyond happen, we ain't seen nothing yet. I agree, wins are everything and lead to the promise land. I believe the direction this team seems to be going and shaping up, those wins will happen. what makes it strange is that after being mediocre for far too long, there is that sense of (relief) change, like somebody actually does know what the hell their doing...!! building a team, right before our eyes GO BILLS!!
  10. DaBillsFanSince1973

    With recent news, Is Sweat worth the risk?

    I'm no medical expert but even a slight condition would seem a risk when playing at the level these players do? there's my answer Combine physical turned up “low-risk” heart condition for Montez Sweat Sweat’s agents released a statement to NFL Media about the issue. “Because of privacy issues we are not allowed to comment specifically. But I will tell you that this is not news. Montez is the same person that was medically cleared to play and dominate the SEC, the Senior Bowl, and the NFL Combine. No change in health and no change in domination!”
  11. DaBillsFanSince1973

    With recent news, Is Sweat worth the risk?

    title threw me heart condition? pass
  12. DaBillsFanSince1973

    Ryan Fitzpatrick to sign with Miami

    rebuild mode, possible decline. although I know of a team that was in a similar situation and made the playoffs the first year of the rebuild, with a little help of course.
  13. DaBillsFanSince1973

    Ryan Fitzpatrick to sign with Miami

    you know, something tells me fitz will end a close one against buffalo (maybe both meetings?) with the ever faithful int. gotta love ole fitz though, hanging tough