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  1. This won’t be worked into his contract. I promise you that. Interesting thought though.
  2. I would guess yes... there’s been no talk about getting rid of masks for vaccinated individuals because of the different strains. I was watching Fauci speak and he said that because the vaccine isn’t as effective against strains of the virus that we need to continue to wear masks.
  3. Quote the rest of my post with all of the excerpts from the Ringer, CBS, The Baltimore Sun, USA Today...
  4. If I had said it was the most polarizing pick, then yes, it would suggest he was not worthy of a first round pick. I did not say that... I don’t know why you keep implying that’s what I said. I didn’t say anything about him being a polarizing pick. I said he was the most polarizing prospect. He can be a polarizing prospect and not a polarizing pick. Here’s the definition I’m using: to break up into opposing factions or grouping. Did evaluations of Josh Allen not cause that to occur and very often? I literally threw you 4 different articles where
  5. Dude... what are you talking about? Just because people said he was a first round pick doesn’t mean that the prospect is not polarizing... The pick can be expected and the prospect can still be polarizing... I am not talking about if the pick was expected or not... I’m talking about the decision to pick a prospect that had a wide variance of outcomes and assessing everything properly. If my claim is off the way... cite some actual evidence to support the contrary. I’ve already cited enough supporting my claim.
  6. I didn’t say polarizing pick. I said polarizing prospect. Two totally different things.
  7. You’re behaving as if I said he was a surprise first round pick. That’s not what I’m saying... but that’s what you’re describing. I said he was a polarizing prospect. Polarizing and surprise pick are two different things. I don’t think we’re in disagreement with the fact that he was talented and going to go high in the draft. Although some felt he shouldn’t be a first round pick or that he was only a projected 1st round pick because teams were desperate for QBs. He can still be polarizing despite that. There were a variety of outcomes that people predicted for J
  8. Lol I think it rolls off the tongue nicely when you say it 😂
  9. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.theringer.com/platform/amp/2018/1/23/16925662/josh-allen-nfl-draft-senior-bowl-wyoming https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.baltimoresun.com/sports/ravens/bs-pr-sp-ravens-lamar-jackson-josh-allen-afc-divisional-round-20210115-gibp3oabjzgchhlyiqx6nbsnna-story.html%3foutputType=amp https://www.google.com/amp/s/buffalowdown.com/2018/04/06/buffalo-bills-closer-look-polarizing-josh-allen/amp/ https://www.si.com/nfl/2017/11/14/josh-allen-wyoming-2018-nfl-draft-top-small-school-prospects excerpt from a B/R article this year...
  10. He was a near consensus pick because B/R had him going 1.1? Come on man... you’re really going to try and pretend like Josh wasn’t a polarizing prospect? He was mocked to the Bills because the Bills were interested in him... which means the Bills did their homework and took a swing on the most polarizing prospect ever and hit. Feel free to introduce more polarizing draft prospects...
  11. I appreciate the kind words. I’m glad they put together a better version of my analysis... I’d be curious to see the cumulative... Bills are probably what top 3 during that span? I don’t necessarily understand your point about elite players in 2018? You’re lucky if you get 1 per draft. The whole point is that in comparison to their peers they’re better and more consistent. Indianapolis and Baltimore are right up there too. The front office’s only job isn’t drafting players either... they do everything at a very high level. Draft, FA, salary cap, pro personnel, culture, staf
  12. I mean it’s not made up... talked about pretty often. Gaine, Boyd, Schoen, Morgan and Lake Dawson were the ones I was referring to. Gray is another one.
  13. They are. It's really indisputable. They're one of the best drafting teams in the NFL compared to their peers since arriving in 2017 (Yes, McDermott is part of the front office). It's proven with data and performance on the field. They're one of the best teams at getting value in FA compared to their peers since arriving in 2017. It's proven with data and performance on the field. They took a risk on one of the most polarizing prospects in the history of the sport... and got it right. They have a clear core values and a plan that they stick to
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