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  1. Way too early. Anything said here is just wild guesses. Let's wait until tags, tenders, free agency, trades, the draft, front office changes, etc. are completed.
  2. These are good points, but I am wondering is there a contradiction here, or can these both be true? Also, what can McBeane learn from the Patriots? Find a way to get the most out of players and play better situational football? Don't spend top dollars on free agents (like Von??) Build up your offensive line?
  3. Ok, the Pats wee the victim here. The NFL is rigged then. Take this whining to the Pats board. I thought you were a good poster.
  4. I just can't see Tampa Bay drafting a QB in the first round when they still have Kyle Trask, who was drafter number 33 overall in 2021. [Also, learned something new today: "junior" is abbreviated "jnr" in British English!]
  5. I hate so say it, but KC 34-Philly 19.
  6. Draft mock: https://thedraftnetwork.com/2023-nfl-mock-draft-trades/amp/ Cincinnati trades Tee Higgins, 2023 1st (no. 28 overall), 2023 2nd (no 59 overall), and 2024 3rd for Chicago's 2023 2nd (no. 2 overall), and drafts Will Anderon, Jr., Edge from Alabama: "With potentially monstrous new contracts on the horizon for Joe Burrow and Ja’Marr Chase, something has to give. In this case, it means Tee Higgins can’t get the deal he deserves in Cincinnati and asks for a trade. The wide receiver and draft-pick-needy Bears are willing to move back, pick up picks, and add a superstar pass-catcher for Justin Fields. The Bengals give up their second-round pick and a 2024 third-rounder that could get replaced with a Jessie Bates III comp pick. As for who the Bengals take here, why not select arguably the best overall player in the class to help the defense excel? While this doesn’t fill a major need yet, there’s no such thing as having too many pass rushers. The hypothetical of Anderson Jr., Sam Hubbard, and Trey Hendrickson all wreaking havoc together only aids Cincinnati’s Super Bowl aspirations. The Bengals get a rare opportunity to add an elite draft talent despite being a Super Bowl contender."
  7. It's really way too early to make QB comparisons, or team comparisons, saying we are the Colts or whoever.
  8. The NFL generally doesn't like scheduling an inter-conference matchup to start the season unless it really has no better choice. And I think the nation is sick of us, judging by tweets and posts in other forums/articles. Half this forum is too, lol. And because the Hamlin thing, I guarantee you us at Cincy won't be primetime either. They will stick it at 1 PM.
  9. Ugh, this board has been hard to read for the last week 5 days. The debate about what to do after such a promising start this season (we were favored in each of our 19 games) is going to go on forever. Whatever the case, this is going to be a long off-season. Can September start soon enough?
  10. For those who didn't want to click on the article link, here is the tweet:
  11. I've seen the Sully tweet mentioned a few times here, but not posted (I only read the first four pages of this thread though). So here it is: And here is a reply to that tweet by our favorite troll:
  12. Wow...thank you for this great post outlining your experiences in the SB! I can tell you put a lot of thought into it. Also, I am sorry for your health issues. I hope it works out for you. [Many people here really want the Bills to finally win one before...well...you know.] You have great memorabilia. I never even knew SkyBox printed cards live! You are very kind to offer them. And I wonder how much that OJ jersey is worth now, given his crimes. He was really popular, along with Paul McGuire, back in those days, being on NBC. Both were Bills homers, and I loved it. And Hillary's look back in those days was popular. Later, the first name "Hillary" fell out of popularity for baby names though, as did "Monica". As for Pasadena, yes, it is beautiful. I only passed though there once while traveling, but it was gorgeous.
  13. Yeah, because it was an important date in Bills history. You can't just filter out all the bad stuff, as much as I want to.
  14. [I didn't see this posted elsewhere.] Jan. 16: Deadline for college underclassmen to enter 2023 NFL Draft. Jan 28: NFLPA Collegiate Bowl (Pasadena, Calif.) February 2: East-West Shrine Bowl (Las Vegas) February 4: Senior Bowl (Mobile, Ala.) February 5: Pro Bowl Games (Las Vegas, Nev.) February 9: NFL Honors (Phoenix, Ariz.) February 12: Super Bowl LVII (Glendale, Ariz.) February 25: HBCU Legacy Bowl (New Orleans, Louis.) February 21-March 7: Teams may use the franchise or transition tag on impending unrestricted free agents. February 28-March 6: NFL Scouting Combine (Indianapolis, Ind.) March 7: Colleges may begin hosting pro days. Workouts of a school's Pro Day-eligible players with players outside of the scheduled Pro Day activities are prohibited. Private dinners, meetings, interviews are permitted. March 7 - April 19: Draft-Eligible Facility Visits Begin. Clubs permitted 30 non-local players for physical exams/visits; no on- field workouts. March 7 - April 26: Video or telephone interviews with draft-eligible players begin. Three video or telephone interviews per player; no longer than one hour in length. March 13 (noon) through March 15 (3:59 p.m.): Clubs may enter contract negotiations with impending unrestricted free agents. Contracts may not be executed until the start of the new league year at 4 p.m. on March 15. March 15 (prior to 4 p.m.): Clubs must submit qualifying offers to restricted free agents. If a qualifying offer is not extended, those players will become unrestricted free agents at the start of the new league year. March 15 (prior to 4 p.m.): All teams must be under the 2023 salary cap. March 15 (4 p.m.): The 2023 NFL league year begins. Unrestricted free agent contracts and trades agreed to prior to the start of the new league year can be executed. Trading period begins. March 26-29: Annual League Meeting (Phoenix, Ariz.) [including head coaches picture] April 3: Clubs that hired a new head coach after the 2022 regular season may begin offseason workout programs. April 17: Clubs with returning head coaches may begin offseason workout programs. April 19: Deadline for clubs to time, test, visit, interview or conduct a physical examination with a draft- eligible player at its club facility. April 21: Deadline for restricted free agents to sign offer sheets. April 26: Deadline for prior club to exercise Right of First Refusal to restricted free agents. April 27: Deadline for clubs to time, test, visit, interview (including video and phone calls) or conduct a physical examination with a draft-eligible player at any location. April 27-29: NFL Draft (Kansas City, Missouri) May 1: Deadline for Clubs to exercise Fifth-Year Option for players selected in the first round of the 2020 Draft. May 5-8 or May 12-15: Clubs may elect to hold their one three-day post-Draft rookie minicamp from Friday through Sunday or Saturday through Monday on one of the two weekends following the Draft. TBD this spring: 2023 NFL Schedule release [this occurred May 12 of last year] May 15: Rookie Football Development Programs begin. May 22-24: Spring League Meeting. [compiled from various sources: https://www.colts.com/news/2023-important-nfl-offseason-dates-combine-free-agency-draft https://www.giants.com/news/important-nfl-dates-to-know-2022-2023-free-agency-draft-new-league-year https://www.nfl.com/news/12th-annual-nfl-honors-date-time-location-how-to-watch-and-more https://footballscoop.com/news/2022-nfl-head-coaches-class-photo] [For memories, this was the head coaches picture at the annual meeting last year in March:]
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