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  1. Nice job. I really liked your analysis before and this other analysis has some similarities to your results.
  2. I am totally fine with removing all non-football related entertainment from gameday experiences. When a game is playing, I only care about the game. I don't care about cheerleaders or dance crews, drum lines, etc. People like watching that? Good for them, I guess. I feel the same way about cheerleaders, honestly.
  3. I hope he doesn't end up on the Jets because I actually like him and want him to succeed. Either he will be good, and therefore make it tougher for the Bills, or (more likely) the Jets will ruin him and he will be a backup or out of the league in a few short years. Both bad outcomes.
  4. Yes. It is stated pretty clearly in the article. That's all Beane talks about.
  5. Continually taking the foot out of football. They should just go back to the old rules and call it good.
  6. Yep. All the quotes from Beane are about how Daboll and Frazier didn't get a fair shot at getting hired as head coaches. The main concern was not that they were distracted for the playoff games. Excuse for what? All indications are that they made the proposal so that coordinators that go deep in the playoffs get more of a chance to be hired as head coaches. Beane didn't mention anything about it being a distraction or a reason why the team struggled.
  7. There is only one Josh Allen. Luckily he is on our team.
  8. Heck yeah. He's a good player. I'd love to have him.
  9. I wonder if Watt is still a huge difference maker, though. I don't really know, but I kind of doubt he is. Von Miller might be interesting if we can afford him.
  10. It's going to be interesting to see what happens going forward with QB's like him. It is now common to have QB's play deep into their 30's and even 40's now. That means they all accumulate stats. QB's who are good will get into the best all-time category when you look just at raw stats. I'm pretty sure he led the league in INT's a couple times (he threw 18 in 2014 and 21 in 2016, and had two other seasons with 20 INT's). But he consistently three for over 4,000 yards. To me he is a toss up. But I think he'll get in because of recency bias. Let the record state that I disagre
  11. He is a great player, but that doesn't mean he is a hall of famer. If he were to retire tomorrow I would put money on him NOT getting in. That means he hasn't done enough yet. He had two really good seasons. The rest were above average. And as a Bill he was good, but not great. And he usually struggled for the first half of the season before looking like one of the best in the league in the second half of the season. And it started that way in NE too. There were Pats fans calling for him to get released. But he put it all together, became consistently good, and is now a
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