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  1. From the article: "Williams knows better than to take his debut lightly. He initially balked at an interview request because his first priority was heading to the weight room for a post-practice workout." He seems grounded. I like that he mentioned that his past made him who he is. This is so true, as long as you make the mindset change a troubled past can be an edge that most don't have.
  2. Thanks? I didn't post to change your beliefs, so it's all good.🍺
  3. McVay knows the History of the NFL very well, he's way smarter than his age. This has been done before by Joe Gibbs and Bobby Beathard, they made very few 1st round picks while making regular Superbowl and playoff runs in the 80's. Redskin 1st rounders under Gibbs: When you look at the fail rate for 1st rounders it makes sense. The difference is the salary cap, we'll see how they maneuver that going forward.
  4. He may improve with a change of environment and coaches, with a different system and QB. Sometimes it works out for everyone. The Raiders seem like the best fit for his Dad, who else would put up with that crap? Shame on him for doing that to his son, even if his son wanted him to (I don't know).
  5. What I'm seeing is a lack of rhythm to the offense. The plays seem disjointed and off-timed a lot. McDermott and Frazier do this constantly to other teams' offenses. Experience will help Josh and the whole group, but the plays that are "easy money" have to be made. When they're not everything gets off timing. The O'line stat is aided by Josh's scrambling ability. The Patriots ends were playing contain at times, that would show well for the stat but not because they beat their man. My hope is that Josh will consistently make the plays in the rhythm of the offense, but when it's needed he'll put on the cape. I'm not sold that Josh can be a guy you want throwing 50 times a game. Give him Russell Wilson's game plan. We have the defense, maybe we need another RB to help, we'll see how Singletary returns. We have all these TE's, I would just pound that thing and play defense. Josh will beat them in the 4th quarter.
  6. The defense seems to be missing a couple pieces to make it legendary. There needs to be another pass rusher or two that can change the game and require double teams. Trent Murphy could be upgraded, maybe Johnson will be the guy but it may take another piece on the line. I would like to see the next high draft pick they use on defense address Lorenzo's position. He's my favorite player, but if he was replaced with someone (next year) who could really be a force as a pass rusher they could be better. He is so smart and versatile I hope his replacement gets a year or two with him before he's gone. I don't know if any team wants Frazier as a HC, I would be surprised. I'm sure they would take him as a DC though, especially after working with McD. I think the trend is young offensive HC rather than old DC's.
  7. He was being tackled, I'm pretty sure he wasn't targeting the defender. 😂
  8. I know he should have been ejected, and the offsetting penalty should not have erased the only punishment (but by rule it does). Why bother changing the rules for safety unless it's just for Tommy boy? NFL loves protecting him. The NFL reduced the threshold for ejection by removing the need for the hit to be "flagrant" in 2018. The player targeted, launched, and hit him in the head with his helmet. WTF else do we need? https://www.sbnation.com/2018/9/9/17492612/ncaa-targeting-rule-nfl-comparison 386 people are talking about this Late in the preseason, after a bunch of perplexing calls, the NFL made clear that “inadvertent” helmet contact wouldn’t be treated as a penalty. “For us this is a pretty significant change,” Competition Committee chairman Rick McKay told reporters in announcing the change. “This one technique, we saw so many hits when a player lowered his head and delivered a hit and either hurt himself or the player he was hitting.” The NFL already prohibited “initiating forcible contact by delivering a blow with the top/crown” of the helmet when outside the tackle box. In effect, that’s now banned all over the field. The league also got rid of a clause that said players could be disqualified “if the action is flagrant.”
  9. I am starting to wonder if he will learn to protect himself before it's too late. I think he has all the skill and the will to be an all time great. There is no play or game (maybe the last drive of Superbowl) worth taking a shot to the head that could be avoided. I don't blame him for the cheap head shot, but he has to know the shots are coming if he runs. We need him to play and finish all 16 every year. Is he going to adjust or continue to get crushed?
  10. You weren't allowed to play video games? Can you ask now? Maybe it's OK once in a while...Like if your rooms clean and such?
  11. Like Warren Sapp's rookie season? He dropped to 12 due to allegations of drug use, but he was the standard used. https://www.bucsnation.com/2011/7/2/2256389/gerald-mccoys-and-warren-sapps-rookie-seasons We all know how Warren Sapp's career went: he is a surefire Hall of Famer. But not many remember Warren Sapp's rookie season, and for good reason: the highly-touted defensive tackle managed just 3 sacks and was relegated to backup duty after just five games. Newspapers of the time speak of Warren Sapp the Underachiever, a subpar rookie season and his own defensive coordinator was quoted as calling him a major disappointment. But in his second year Warren Sapp stepped up, sacking the quarterback 9 times. He turned into a dominating force, the core of an improving defense. So how did this happen? To say it in his own words, Sapp was "a blind dog in a meat house" in his rookie year. In other words: he had no idea what he was doing. The coaches used him differently every game, sometimes asking him to play head-up on offensive linemen, other times asking him to shoot gaps and penetrate. ---------- DT is a tough transition from college to NFL. Give the man a few games to find his way.
  12. You don't like to watch FB? It's an acquired taste, they should get more ADULATION around here.
  13. I'm not putting him ahead of Patrick DiMarco, but Josh is 2nd for sure. Seriously I just told my buddy today that Josh is the most exciting player in the NFL, and that I'm biased but so what. Josh is the man, he's as smart as he is athletic. His arm and legs could diminish over time but he will become a QB Jedi by then.
  14. That's where I'm at, 12th man is historic and should stay, and I'm more wait and see as far as adding Bills Mafia permanently to the stadium. I think winning has to come or the Bills Mafia name will fade, but if we get some playoff wins and a Superbowl or two the name will be cemented for this generation.
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