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Dan Darragh

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  1. https://www.democratandchronicle.com/story/sports/football/nfl/bills/2019/12/04/ray-ray-mccloud-buffalo-bills-receiver-plays-role-of-ravens-quarterback-lamar-jackson-in-practice/2610757001/
  2. I don't think throwing is the part of Jackson's game that will trouble the Bills. By the way maybe we should sign Colin K to work with the scout team for the week.
  3. If John Brown is practicing with the scout team this week, we have a problem
  4. I wonder if the Bills ought to have Wade run the scout team this week. It would be a good way to get the defense accustomed to a very fast and elusive QB as they prepare for Lamar Jackson.
  5. I may be wrong but I don't think the Bills have a big following in Ireland
  6. I'm in Israel and I watch all the games on nflgamepass.com Cyprus has a lot of young tourists and a fair number of sports bars but probably catering more to English Premier League than NFL. Considering that the game is Thursday night at 11:30 PM local time, there's probably no other live sports action and a good sports bar will try to find the game if she requests.
  7. You're one of the few geezers left on this board. I had a case with Dan when he was practicing law in Buffalo in the 1980s. One day I said to him "Dan, why does your name sound familiar to me?" He responded "I used to be the quarterback for the Buffalo Bills." Talk about a conversation stopper!
  8. Anyone know anything about the two OTs on the practice squad?
  9. I think this is my favorite combination for away games, and the opposite (blue on white) for home games. Everything else looks like pajamas.
  10. Anyone up for a trade? Haushka for Vinatieri, straight up. Each team pays the airfare for their guy.
  11. It's the socks, I didn't have them on.
  12. For those of you who think it wasn't a weird game... "The Bills’ defense stopped the Browns on six consecutive plays and eight snaps, including two penalties, from the 2-yard line or closer. Seven of those snaps were from the 1. In doing so, Cleveland became the first NFL team in 26 years to run six plays from an opponent’s 2-yard line or closer on a possession without scoring, according to ESPN, which cited the Elias Sports Bureau." I wonder when the last time was that this happened and the team making the goal line stand also got a safety and still lost? When was the last time you saw a 48 yard PAT attempt? When was the last time you saw an "incomplete pass" that traveled maybe an inch?
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