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  1. Or... we drafted these guys a year ago and two years ago, so maybe it’s simply not time to give up yet? I’m familiar with “sunk cost fallacy” and you’ve misused it.
  2. Clyde Edwards-Helaire sucked this year. I’m sure plenty of people are second guessing him.
  3. https://www.nbcsports.com/edge/article/offseason-research/teams-are-never-first-round-rb-away This is a fantastic write-up on why Playoff teams are "never a first round RB away from Super Bowl." Obviously, very relevant to the Bills and they are specifically mentioned in this article. This also doesn't consider the draft capital we've already spent on Running Backs recently. If you're one of the folks clamoring for Najee or Etienne, give this a read.
  4. They picked a QB top 5 last year. You don't know if he's good or not. Again, if he's terrible, I'm sure they realize that they will have another top pick to go along with several others.
  5. They're capitalizing on other QB needy teams. They're getting a ton of future draft picks in exchange for simply waiting one year to see if Tua is good. If Tua stinks, they will not only have a top pick next year, they will have several others to surround the new QB with more talent. It's a smart strategy. It's the opposite of "clueless."
  6. It’s crazy to see so many people saying “bye bye Jake” when he was a legitimate steal in the 5th round LAST YEAR and none of us have seen him play. He will be on the Practice Squad and hopefully he will be a great backup. Until then, why run him out of town? https://www.sbnation.com/nfl/2020/4/25/21235805/jake-fromm-2020-nfl-draft-stock-fall-bills-georgia
  7. I'm sure I'll get some flack for this one, but Tight End. We have a young, high potential guy in Dawson Knox. We have a decent veteran in Jacob Hollister, who I think will surprise many. I don't think we want or need another raw Tight End prospect. We either need an established veteran who can help us this year, or nobody.
  8. I see a lot of back and forth here on whether he's a good prospect or not. Here are the Top 3 reasons why the Bills simply won't pick him: 1. He's too raw and won't contribute in Year 1. We need someone who can compete now. 2. No production and our current staff values actual production. 3. Another team in rebuild mode will take him earlier because they can afford to wait and he has upside if you're willing to wait 2-3 years.
  9. Here's the real issue with your buddy at work. People labeled Josh Allen an inaccurate bust before he was drafted. Josh's first year wasn't great, so they all felt like they could pat themselves in the back. They didn't take the time to actually watch him in year 2 or 3, so they stood on that hill and were proven wrong again and again. They will probably continue to do so for another year or two and finally you'll start to hear excuses like "his supporting cast is amazing" and "the crowd noise wasn't loud enough." My suggestion is to take a bet with the guy. L
  10. Big time culture turnaround: https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2021/04/15/browns-players-we-stand-in-solidarity-by-exercising-right-not-to-attend-in-person-work/
  11. I strongly disagree that in the end talent trumps everything. The Patriots also took gambles on bad locker room talents when they had Brady and it almost always worked out. Antonio Brown, Randy Moss, etc. It worked out because they had the greatest QB of all time. Not Baker Mayfield. There are endless examples of teams that FAILED despite having a ton of talent. Remember Philly's "Dream Team" that ended up having a losing record? I can think of several teams that "won the offseason" and had a losing record due to lack of team players and culture.
  12. Did anybody actually watch the interview or did you just read the media's BS spin on it? He said everyone is entitled to their own opinion and he hasn't made a decision yet. That's the perfect answer to the question. He doesn't want to get into the political debate that you all seem to want. The same way he doesn't say "yeah the other team sucked, so we beat them by 30" I doubt you're going to hear him say "yeah of course I'm going to take the vaccine because I'm not a dumb*ss."
  13. I think you might be missing my point. The Browns might be improving on paper, but they’re signing a bunch of guys who have proven character issues. Tell me if you spot a pattern with their big signings and let me know if that might cause an issue: - Sheldon Richardson - Kareem Hunt - Odell Beckham - Jadeveon Clowney - David Njoku If they’re really turning things around, why go after Clowney?
  14. Might be a top 3 roster, but it’s a bottom 3 locker room. Clowney is SUCH a Browns pick. All the talent in the world but is the opposite of a “process” guy. The Bills have players on their roster that will die for each other. The Browns have great individual talent. I will pick the “team” every time over the mercenaries.
  15. The value of Ertz at his current salary is a 4th at best. Bills probably walked away after offering a 5th. There’s a reason nobody else wanted to trade for him. Anyone talking about anything close to 1st, 2nd, or 3rd round value only knows the name Ertz and hasn’t followed the production dip. He’s not the same and he’s expensive.
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