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Fred Slacks

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  1. He looks and talks exactly like Tom Green. I am shocked that this connection hasn't been made earlier. I don't think he's a bad analyst I just think he is trying to hate on the Bills more than needed. Also I think at this point he is so committed to his schtick/so far down the rabbit hole that he can't back out of it.
  2. I know Jordan had a sack last week but I think he has played like butt all season. Addition by subtraction with him going on IR in my opinion.
  3. There were also several plays where Josh threw to Diggs where Kincaid was wide open. Most were completed but sometimes I think Josh has his mind made up before snap he’s going to Diggs. So far it hasn’t really bit him in the last two games but it could I’m the near future. I think Dorsey is calling good games. The offense needs to execute the calls. We have a legit running game and the QB isn’t taking hits against a dominant D line.
  4. When interpreting tweets as fact I say wait for video. Example the Damar Hamlin pick 6 in today's practice. Hardly a pick six. Interception yes but he was touched while down by the receiver. I am sure some of these guys got burned on the OL. However it's early in camp. Spencer Brown is a pretty good run blocker. I am excited to watch him nd Torrance on some run plays. Maybe on pass we need to chip his side. Time will tell.
  5. I want Drew Sanders in round 2. Then OL or DL in round 3. Or trade our 3 for two 4th rounders if that’s an option.
  6. I wish this week we would go with 3 LB's and use Taron Johnson as a rover/Strong Safety. Keep Poyer deep. That would probably be our strongest tacklers on the field. I am not suggesting we move Taron to safety every week. But if we go 3 LB's Taron is still a better player than Hamlin. Find a way to keep him on the field. Play Elam and White on the outsides.
  7. I hate that we lost as much as the next person. I will add two thoughts. 1) John Warrow looks like the conspiracy theorist from every movie. The zoom calls during the pandemic were my favorite. He looked like he just rolled out of bed. Literally he was wearing a robe in one of them. Also I have never heard a reporter struggle as much as he does to formulate a question. He just starts rambling and then hopes at then end by voice fluctuation it becomes a question. Like Ron Burgandy reading off the teleprompter with a question mark. If anyone has an in with Bills front office it is definitely not this guy. 2) Teams lose. It isn't the end of the world. Good QB's throw picks it happens. It sucks but I am hardly freaking out over this. For every Tom Brady come from behind win he had what seemed like 1 dropped interception throw that could have easily made him less of a GOAT. Sometimes you get the breaks. This last game yea I think Josh was forcing it on the last drive when he still had time. So there is definitely something for him to take from this loss and improve on. I believe it is down/distance/clock management. But just like in every situation you can take good and bad. At the end of the game with 41 seconds he took us down the field to get into field goal range. Quite frankly his throw to Gabe Davis on that last drive in the 41 seconds should have been a TD if not for the defensive PI. If the defender didn't hold on that play and Gabe Davis scores everyone here would be talking about how amazing of a QB we have. I guess my point is this game didn't change how I feel about this team or JA. I am looking forward to Cleveland and Lions. Getting back on track and seeing how this bipolar message board responds.
  8. I think Ed Oliver has had like 3 sacks this season called back on CB's holding. Plenty of pressure up the middle too. Yesterday's game I think was an outlier for a lot of players on this team. Oliver will be resigned.
  9. The only thing Miami did was hunker down in the red zone and short yardage situations. We had the ball the entire game. They couldn't stop the Bills. The Bills just didn't punch it in when they had the chance (multiple times).
  10. Can’t understate how clutch McKenzie’s completion was on the play he got hurt on. And he held on. Also had a huge kick off return. Scored a TD too.
  11. Looks like they’re calling for rain Sunday. I’m sure that could shift as we get closer.
  12. Few things: 1) our defense is good 2) we have given up zero points in the second half of both games. 3) I think people are underplaying how good our defense is. 4) our offense is better 5) our QB is better I don't see this being a close game. Maybe the fins score a garbage TD late to make the score look closer than the game really is. I don't think either of our rookie corners change how we play defense in this game. Would be the same either way. Micah Hyde is the bigger missing piece this week and I still think we do okay without him. 28-17 Bills win. I wouldn't be shocked if we score more than 35.
  13. Just to be clear in the court of law Matt doesn’t need to prove he is innocent. The burden is on the plaintiff to prove he is guilty. I think this is why there is such a polarizing opinion. He’s not guilty of this crime until he’s proven to be guilty. Everyone assumes he is guilty and should suffer. However the reality is unless the plaintiff can prove Araiza was in the room and raped her then it’s pretty much moot point. I do think a jury however will lean towards the plaintiff because the suit is such a disturbing claim. In the suit though there’s a lot of speculation like it says Araiza should have known she was drunk, etc. It also says he told her to have sex with him and she did. Does it actually say he raped her? I never read it that way. The claim is that he led her back into the room where she was gang raped. So based off her own diary she contradicts herself that she doesn’t remember who was there or who brought her to the room. But I’m the suit it says Araiza brought her to the room as well as should have known she was drunk. I get the feeling the attorney is fishing for more information/cooperation from Araiza to help piece details together that he believes only Araiza can help confirm. This next part is all pure speculation. The feeling I get from this whole suit is that Araiza was there, had sex with the girl (as he admitted to) and may possibly know what happened after he hooked up with her. I get the vibe that he probably knew about or became aware about what happened afterwards. That is why they are going after him. I also have strong feelings about a 17 year old girl at a college party at a house on campus. I don’t fault him for that personally. However if he was aware of the gang rape I think he should have informed. That’s not something to stay quiet about. If he was involved he should be prosecuted criminally. His life will be ruined. If he wasn’t involved I hope the plaintiff’s attorney loses his license for they way he destroyed this kids life. I will wait judgement until this sees it’s day in court. I wonder why San Diego PD hasn’t moved forward or made a statement about any of this? I wonder if the civil case helps or ruins any criminal case they had been working/building.
  14. I honestly don't care about that statistic as much as Allen vs all other visiting QB's during that span. The reality is whether plays a huge factor. If Josh's stats are better than the visiting QB's over that span then that is what matters to me. IF you watched the wind game last year vs the Pats he put balls in receiver's chests that were dropped. In the rain and snow he completed throws as well. I am not sure his statistics will always beat out the opponents in the weather (see Philly at Bills with Wentz) but I think it averages out better. Especially in 2020 and 2021. If weather is a neutralizer then I want our QB to be able to perform better in those games which I believe he does. I wouldn't discount running in those games either because those are free yards (or as I call them a guaranteed completion). I also don't believe in the sugar high Josh Allen comments. My biggest argument against that nickname is look at Josh's stats in primetime and playoff games. He has some ridiculous numbers. We have the right guy. I wouldn't change anything about his game right now. Even the running. I don't think he needs to throttle back on scrambles. I wouldn't mind him running out of bounds instead of lowering a shoulder. But he seems to have reigned that in a bit with each season.
  15. I am not opposed to him. I am only saying if Shakir shows he’s at the same level during preseason then I believe he offers more diversity at other positions. I also wonder if waiting until the 5th to take a WR means the front office believes enough in McKenzie to contribute more on offense this year. I have no hate on Crowder. Nor am I assuming that Shakir is better as a 5th round rookie. But if he shows to be comparable in camp I think the front office would stick with a rookie with the ability to also help out with return duties over him. If there’s room for them both I’m sure they will keep them both. I think the more telling play would be Bernard at CB pushing for the other gunner spot. That would free up the 3rd RB spot on game days. whem all is said and done this draft more than most years could end up shaping our special teams more than any of the previous ones. May have 3-4 core teams players out of it.
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