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  1. Could totally see Dallas doing something like this if they can work the cap out…
  2. Obviously 2020 was a historic offensive season for the Bills. As Allen continues to develop and surrounded by as many, if not more options than last year, it’s more likely he spreads the ball around. I believe they’ve talked about involving the running backs more in the pass game. If they get Ertz that’s another option in the pass game. Add in a guy like Hodgins making the team if they decide to keep an extra receiver? Plus swapping an injured Brown out for Sanders? Allen will basically have the following targets to choose from (2020 reception #’s
  3. Rousseau is mine for the fact that everyone thinks he’s going to need time to develop. He was a guy I thought was going to go top-10, then he opted out. So he’s behind the 8-ball a bit but his size and relative athleticism is extremely intriguing and I think he can be an impact guy from week 1.
  4. Group1: Epenesa-Oliver-Rousseau-Hughes Group2: Obada-Butler-Basham-Addison i believe they’ll keep at least 5DE’s (Hughes, Addison, Epenesa, Rousseau, & Basham) and 4DT’s. Basham & Rousseau can slide inside on occasion, Oliver and Butler are the 3T’s while Star and Phillips are the 1T’s with Butler being able to do some 1T as well. Obada will be a borderline 53-man roster player
  5. High ceiling (i.e. athletic scores) small schools (chip on shoulder) good character (loves football/is coachable) seems these three stand out among day 1-2 picks
  6. Capable edge rusher. Ojulari/Paye are my two guys. I don’t think we go for Jaelan Phillips and I worry about Oweh panning out, but Buffalo does have a great staff capable Of coaching guys up.
  7. I’m not personally set either way. I think either, if done right, could be really cool. But both if done incorrectly, could really have a bad affect in the area as sell Overall my general belief is that the Bills with help from the State & County will renovate the current system. They should take a look at what the Chiefs and Packers have done in particular. Put the money into a well thought out renovation, while keeping its character and stay in Orchard Park. The amount of money it would cost to build a new stadium would involve... 1) buying current property
  8. Personally I think the opposite. I think they’re using free agency to cover holes, they’ll move up in the draft to get the guys they really like. Seems to be Beane’s MO . But I do agree no RB in round 1 please.
  9. I think this draft is really unpredictable. Rousseau could go 15 or 45. Same with guys like Phillips, Z.Collins, etc. This year is a total crapshoot.
  10. Gregory Rousseau please. length, athleticism, raw talent. He could be coached up here, but idk if they’d go for a guy so early with such limited tape.
  11. I just don’t see how he’s not perfect fit. He’s a less injury prone John Brown. Has history with Beasley. And a top-4 group of Diggs, Beasley Sanders & Davis is REALLY nice. Plus they’ll also bring up Hodgins who adds a completely different element, as well as possibly another tight end (Ertz), this offense could be just as good in 2021.
  12. I think this has his guaranteed money as his signing bonus. 4yr $44M deal and the lowest hit is $11.3M makes no sense. The signing bonus should be $7M total, instead of 24, so that $6M number each year should be $1.75M instead. His cap hit this year will be about $7M
  13. I think Butler should be rotating with Oliver at 3-tech honestly. It’s similar to Jordan Phillips. He was miscast as a 1-tech in our system despite his size
  14. I disagree with the OP. It’s meant to help teams that lose good players. Develop good players, lose them, and don’t replace them with other highly paid players, and then you’ll get comp picks
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