Jump to content

transplantbillsfan

Members
  • Content Count

    8,449
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

4,027 Excellent

About transplantbillsfan

  • Rank
    All Pro

Recent Profile Visitors

4,634 profile views
  1. Can't wait for Shadow and Bone to come out tomorrow!!! And I'm halfway through the final season of Homeland... which is a fantastic show for anyone who hasn't seen it. I've been doing monthly subscriptions to Showtime solely for that show for the last few months. I set my subscription to cancel on May 3rd because I'll be done by then and there's nothing else on Showtime I really wanna watch. I have mixed feelings about Ray Donovan... also on Showtime. Good acting, interesting storylines. But the people in there (including the main character himself) are just so ofte
  2. I hate that it took him so long to get his shot. I wonder what his career would have looked like if he didn't get the UDFA treatment.
  3. Sheesh. Guess there's a reason these guys play Defense. Put me out there. I'll catch some of those.
  4. Oh my God Fred Jackson and it's not even close. If we had Freddy from his prime we would have an RB who could catch, block and get tough yards. Still one of my favorite players of all time. And it's such a shame that he was wasted and overlooked for years.
  5. Completely agree with you. Frankly our starters are pretty much set with the exception probably of a #2 CB (perhaps our 1st round pick) and possibly a DE (perhaps our 1st round pick). Whoever we draft will likely be a good pick and make some kind of impact. But since the Bills are already (FINALLY!!!) really good, I don't know how noticeable that impact will be. To me... drafting an RB like Harris in round 1 or doing something insane like trading up for Kyle Pitts would be the only things that push this draft into excitement territory. I'll watch and pay at
  6. As a Bills fan living in Hawaii who has to wake up by 6 am for a 7 am kickoff... I can attest to this.
  7. Been arguing vehemently since his rookie year he's significantly better when he scrambles than when designed runs are called. I actually broke it down his rookie year and he gained nearly double the yards on scrambles as designed runs. Even if it's Allen audibling to a QB draw I don't mind as long as it's his decision.
  8. I don't think it will happen, but it's not like it would be unconstitutional if they did. After McConnell's flagrant obstructionism and hypocrisy I would like to see it happen. I just don't think the Democrats can unify well enough to get it done.
  9. I actually understand the skepticism of the new mRNA technology to a degree. That's actually part of why I chose the J & J. Glad I got it when I did (almost a month ago) with the current pause going on.
  10. There's a tipping point, though. This might regrettably bring us into a general Covid Vaccine hesitancy discussion, but if a gigantic chunk of the population refuses to get the vaccine, then not much changes. Unfortunately, despite the deepest desires of some for "herd immunity" through infection, we live in cautious times in a cautious society. So while maybe 30% of the population is waiting things out for everyone to get infected so everyone can finally get out and about normally thanks to herd immunity due to mass infection (and death) as was the result of the 1918-1
  11. Apologies if this is already a thread here in PPP, but nearly every single thread about vaccinations in the NFL is getting shut down on the main board, which is unfortunate because it's a relevant discussion to the NFL specifically. This isn't meant to be an overarching discussion of vaccine hesitancy in society as a whole... just vaccine policies in the NFL as we move into OTAs, minicamp, Training Camp, and the 2021 season in the NFL. Apparently a few weeks ago the NFL said it wasn't going to mandate players to get vaccinated.... but they would be incentivized.
  12. But maybe they did us a favor as the article referenced... got us Diggs and a hungry and much-improved Josh Allen https://www.syracuse.com/buffalo-bills/2021/04/nfl-officiating-admits-blown-blindside-block-call-in-bills-wild-card-loss-to-texans.html?outputType=amp NFL officiating admits blown blindside block call in Bills’ Wild Card loss to Texans Thanks NFL!!! Just DON'T DO IT AGAIN!!!
  13. I definitely got the sense that Allen really doesn't want any of his starters on offense replaced when he said he assumes we'll go Defense in the draft.
×
×
  • Create New...