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Buddy Hix

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  1. Did Allen really do anything to alleviate the questions scouts and pundits had about his ability last season? I think Allen showed more athleticism and leadership than I expected but I doubt those register with the scouts who doubt his throwing accuracy and ability to make reads. Despite a lot of fans claiming we got our guy, the jury is still out. We should all have a much better idea after this season. Here’s to hoping.
  2. I think charges are warranted, and hope the cop loses his job. And it’s hard to support police officers when they line up to show solidarity as they did when this cop had to do the perp walk yesterday, when it’s pretty obvious he overstepped his boundaries.
  3. I don’t know the details of his domestic cases, so I’ll just say I hope the man has matured enough to deal with his life in a positive manner, especially moving forward with the stress of a bad injury.
  4. Best post I read was, “maybe Gase’s Ausberger eyes misread the 6th as a 4th...” LMAO
  5. It feels nice not to be the sh*t show franchise of the AFC East.
  6. Depends on whether Allen has developed his short game. If so, CB could be a big weapon.
  7. Too bad... Baldwin single handily won me a fantasy title a few years ago with a huge final stretch.
  8. I think it is much more likely that Allen improves. But when analyzing risk you typically take the chance of occurrence and the impact of the risk and apply a function to score it. I’m risk averse, so I wouldn’t gamble with my 1st round pick without more confidence that our O is a top 16 unit.
  9. I don’t think there is any scenario, except horrible injury, where we take a QB next year either. But without knowing what our O is capable of, it’s too risky to give up a pick that could be top 10.
  10. I think there is a chance Allen plays at the same level or regresses, which would really limit the offensive unit and most likely lead to marginally improved performance despite the additions. Obviously, hoping that isn’t the case but it needs to be considered when analyzing the risk of making bold moves like trading next year’s high picks.
  11. I think it’s too risky to give up 1st round picks without knowing what we have in Josh Allen, and the entire offensive unit. If it was a sure thing that Allen and the O would take a big step forward this season, it might be worthwhile. But if things go the other way than this trade ends up being a big mistake.
  12. From Oliver’s reaction to being selected by Buffalo, to the videos of his tour of OBD, I really like this kid and am hoping he realizes his potential.
  13. I can’t say that I expect anything, it’s a total unknown for me. Maybe Allen builds on his late season showing, maybe he looks like crap. Hope is where I’m at. I hope Allen takes a step forward and the Bills look like a competent team on the offensive side of the ball.
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