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  1. No - the Bills weren't well run. Not what I was saying. But they are now, and the danger of moving to Toronto has passed. As happens in sports, things shift & times change.
  2. Kraft caught lightning in a bottle w/ Belichick. He hasn't had to really do anything as an owner for 20 years. They didn't win Super Bowls before Brady, and I don't see them winning a lot after him. This coming season feels like BB's last hurrah - he "won the offseason" with a lot of spending, but they're still stuck at the QB position. Posts like this are why I'm so looking forward to the years ahead.
  3. Pretty sure we haven't seen Allen's ceiling yet. It's such a different feeling going into a season knowing who your QB is, and knowing he'll be good.
  4. The Patriots offseason reminded me of us during the drought. Going kind of nuts in FA - getting all the headlines the 1st few days. Apparently getting some really good players and filling holes. But all for naught, because they DON'T HAVE A QB.
  5. One Pats writer said that it should be a source of optimism & not pessimism, because it means that BB isn't going easy on him and is giving him tough defenses to throw against right away. Yeah, I remember 2 decades+ of the same kind of mindlessly hopeful rationalizations. They did the same thing w/ Stidham last year.
  6. We've seen some real flashes w/ Knox - particularly after the catch. He just seems like one of those guys who is on the brink of putting it all together. He could potentially be a fan fave for years. I hope (as I'm sure we all do) that this is a breakout season for him.
  7. That's a good one. That was a BIG game - primetime on T-Day, with the whole country watching. That felt like we arrived. That team was prepared and executed beautifully.
  8. No way would I swap them. Look at the trajectory. Mahomes is the same guy he was when he first became a starter and took the league by storm. Allen's improvement is legendary at this point, and there are no real signs that he has hit his ceiling. I also think that - while both are competitive - Allen has more of that psycho Brady thing in him.
  9. Brady's the dude in his mid-40's, right? Can't wait. I don't care if we have to play him in the 2nd game of a double-header, a la the MLB.
  10. Not a chance. He'll be a rotation guy, and I could see him becoming more of a "regular" as the season progresses.
  11. I didn't even realize until I read it yesterday (or didn't think about it), but we swept the division last year. I'd love to see us become New England for ALL of the teams in the division - including New England. Actually, especially New England.
  12. Honestly, it's a pretty tough schedule. I'm a little irked by the fact that the Pats can dominate for 20 years, and have completely lame division competition the ENTIRE time - and once the Bills are good and ready to dominate, the division becomes one of the toughest in the NFL. Still, it's more fun that way. Love the rivalries when it gets competitive.
  13. I see a big comeback year for him this season. Blocking hurt our whole run game last year - our O-line did great in pass protection, but didn't open up too many holes for any of the backs. He's still a playmaker. He has that quickness in the open field - they have to get him the ball more like that (short passes, screens, misdirections, etc.)
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