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    Would Cordy Glenn be an option in FA?

    First off, I never said he'd sign for "bottom feeder" money. "Reasonable" money is far different than "bottom feeder". Glenn is superior, but if the team sees Dawkins as the future at LT, then you move Glenn. You're free to have whatever opinion you want, but the Bills will be the ones making that decision (if they were to indeed acquire Glenn). Nothing I said indicates the Bengals are stupid. The Bills clearly had a plan when trading Glenn to move up, and if you can't see that then I'm sorry. The Bengals suck, are changing regimes, and will likely look to rebuild. They won't be resigning Glenn in 2021 when his contract is up, and they have a potential out this year that will save them 18mil. If considering saving 18 million on a player that isn't part of your future is "stupid", then I'm glad you aren't running the Bills. Appreciate your opinions, but you sure seem like a jerk with the way you present them.
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    Would Cordy Glenn be an option in FA?

    Yes, that reason being that he provided the necessary value needed to move from 21 to 13 in the draft and to better position themselves to make a move for a QB. I don't think it had anything to do with them not valuing Glenn, more so the opposite.
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    Would Cordy Glenn be an option in FA?

    Well said!
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    Would Cordy Glenn be an option in FA?

    My thought as well. He's a solid OT, and having depth there would be a huge plus. Obviously that's what everyone wants, and its been discussed ad nauseam, but I think Glenn is a better option than any of the players currently scheduled for FA at OT (I like Massie and James, but I think Glenn is a little better).
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    Would Cordy Glenn be an option in FA?

    I haven't seen anything other than pure speculation, but if they are rebuilding I could certainly see them looking to save the 9MIL+ in cash they'll owe him each of the next two years.
  6. If the Bengals were to cut Glenn (which I believe they can without suffering any cap penalties at this point) would you be interested in bringing him back? I'd be hesitant, but if the contract was reasonable I'd be happy to have him in the fold. Not sure if he could play RT, but I believe Dawkins could move there if necessary and be in the upper echelon of RT's in the league. Just a thought, Go Bills!
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    McBeane Confidence Update

    I'm at about 80% for Beane. I think he's an intelligent guy, and am excited to see what he does going forward. I like McDermott, but I'm not nearly as confident in him as I am in Beane. I'd say 50%. His decision making in game worries me, and I'll be curious to see what he can do offensively if Daboll ends up leaving. Happy with the team and staff we have, though. Josh is in a fine situation, and I think we'll be ultimately pleased with the team throughout the regime's tenure.
  8. You're a smart guy, John. The special teams units in college aren't near the same speed as they are in the league. I'd say there's about a 0.5% chance Harry plays any ST in the pros (not because his team wants to protect their asset, but because he isn't fast enough). I never said he was slow, simply stated he isn't fast enough to create the separation needed to be successful as an X in today's NFL. I hope I'm wrong, and he has a great career (and learns to go for the ball with his hands instead of cradling it in his chest!)
  9. This is exactly my issue with Harry. He uses his body to catch far too often. Metcalf uses his hands and highpoints the ball, which is impossibly hard to stop in the NFL when the WR doing so is 6'2". Harry might be good, but I think he has a high likelyhood to bust because he's not fast enough to create his own space, and he doesn't use his hands to catch the ball (especially in contested situations). If we can't take Metcalf in the first, I'd be on board with Collin or Anthony Johnson in the 2nd or 3rd (whatever the board dictates). Im avoiding Harry at all costs.
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    Noah Fant - TE Iowa - Should Bills pick at 8

    Mizzou grad (13) here. Albert O is raw, but has enormous potential. I'd love to see the Bills grab him, even as early as the 2nd if the board dictates it. He has a good shot at being an excellent NFL TE, but he will take some time. Go Bills, and Tigers!
  11. DK Metcalf is the best WR in this class IMO. Big, fast, strong, and most importantly... he catches with his hands, not his body. Tracks deep balls at an elite level (which is clearly something we should emphasize with our QB) and can make plays after the catch. If he's available when the Bills pick, assuming his combine stats are at least decent, I think he should be the guy. Just one guys opinion though! Go Bills!
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    FA 2019 - Who Should the Bills Target?

    Im looking for them to sign at least 1 (if not 2) of Golden Tate, John Brown, Quincy Enunwa, and Tyrell Williams. Would like to see OL help brought in. Ramon Foster, Roger Saffold, Bobby Massie, Mitch Morse. TE: Tyler Kroft and Luke Willson RB: Spencer Ware, Tevin Coleman, Buck Allen DT: someone around Kyle's $ # (assuming he doesn't resign) for a few years DE: Dante Fowler (pipe dream) Certainly all subject to what they want to do in the draft, these are just some players I like who I think would also be positional fits for the Bills (maybe not scheme, I'm not that smart, but positional in the sense that we are or will be weak at these spots next year).
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    NFL worried about Chargers viability in LA

    Personally, I'd love to see the Chargers move to St. Louis. Then I would get to see the Bills play in my home town every few years!
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    Bills Colts October 21

    Now it looks like we won't get to see Josh play Oh well, we'll just have to drink more to ease the pain of "Petermania"...
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    Bills Colts October 21

    Friends and I (from St. Louis) will be travelling to Indy for the Bills-Colts tilt. Look for our Bills canopy in the "Norwood" lot and stop by to say hello. Go Bills! Tom