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Don Otreply

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  1. 2 minutes ago, NoHuddleKelly12 said:

    Thanks OP, great listen. To any naysayers upthread, first off, don’t click if you don’t want to hear about him. With all due respect, Kelly can’t ever get enough attention from us as far as I’m concerned. The man bled Bills every day once he got here and unlike many others, stayed local once his time was done. Also, he’s probably the happiest of any of us that Allen is the new man and is setting new franchise records on the way to likely Super Bowl territory. 

    Jim Kelly gets lots of love here and amongst Bills fans in general, he is a football legend, hell, the man broke a guys leg for intercepting a pass, think about it, what other teams QB has the much grit?

     

    Go Bills!!!

     

     

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  2. On 12/2/2022 at 1:53 AM, Big Turk said:

     

    Nah...it's hilarious the overreactions to just about anything on this board. Any "the sky must be falling" incident that can be looked at with panic is automatically made worst case scenario.

     

    My God...I am really glad I don't have to work with a lot of the boards posters...couldn't imagine how things must go at work and how easily they would get flustered. 

    There is group here that loves a drama, and will run with it at the drop of a hat, as the saying goes,

  3. 3 hours ago, Billsfan1972 said:

    He was in the process of falling to the ground in the end zone.

     

    Yes his feet were in the field of play but to me that should have been called a safety as the play if completed would have been a sack in the endzone.

     

    Should thie rule be changed (yes probably a 1 in 100,000 occurance.

    As much as I wanted a safety, ( and I wanted it a lot) it wasn’t a safety, the little pip squeak did the right thing at that moment, damn him! 
     

    Go Bills!!!

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  4. 10 minutes ago, Inigo Montoya said:

     

    I've read the Josh Green Bay concussion thing a couple times today in different threads and it is honestly the first time I've heard that.  What play did it happen on and was there any discussion about it after the game?   Josh played at a high level that game and took care of GB handily.  

    I don’t have the answer, that’s is why I said (“some” have said”), it was an example of what likely happens with regularity around the league, to include Buffalo, as I said the Bills do appear to have genuine care for their players well being, but when push comes to shove all team step outside the lines/push the boundaries on this issue, 

     

    Go Bills!!!

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  5. For the most part, the Bills do appear to have genuine concern for their employees, although “some”  have said Josh played concussed during the GB game, and continued to play an additional game/s not fully healed, certainly that is unconfirmed…, in NFL football players play injured on a regular basis, some more so than others, in a pinch during very important games players who should not be on the field do indeed play. We should not pretend otherwise.

     

    Go Bills!!!

  6. 11 hours ago, HappyDays said:

    There was never a such thing as an Edmunds hater. Before this season he didn't live up to his draft status and was often times singled out and exploited by smart offenses. This year everything has finally clicked for him and it's impossible to imagine the defense being successful without him. I'm not going to eat crow. He developed into a much better player. Instead of pretending that he has always been this good I'm going to credit him for working his ass off to get to this point. And yes I would happily reward him with a big contract at the end of the season.

    Draft status? That’s a total bogus argument, How in the world is it on the college kid as to when a pro team picks him?? The answer is it is totally on the team, not the player. 
     

    Go Bills!!!

  7. 2 hours ago, SoCal Deek said:

    Not trying to start an argument but if the list changes from year to year then I’d say those other guys aren’t really Franchise QBs. I believe the very definition is that they transcend the year to year up and downs. 

    Correct and that is why there are so few actual “Franchise QBs”

  8.   There is an abundance of bad decision making concerning QBs in the league as we have seen over the years, and it’s getting worse annually. The term “Franchise QB” is used far to loosely, just because a given QB is the starter does not mean he is a “Franchise QB”. There are maybe eight actual franchise QBs in the league in any given year tops. That said, it always makes me happy to see a team that is not the Bills pay dearly for crappy QBs, it just increases the odds that our team has prolonged success, 😁👍
     

    GO BILLS!!!
     

  9. 11 minutes ago, ColoradoBills said:

    First off, TANNER GENTRY has been called up from the PS 3 times.  Pittsburg, Cleveland and Detroit.

    It seems to me he cannot be called up again unless he is signed to the 53.

     

    John Brown being signed to the Practice Squad is probably insurance as a call-up and nothing more.

     

    I don't see the Smoke signing having anything to do with a possible OBJ signing.

     

    I would guess that KeeSean Johnson or Isaiah Coulter have a better chance to get called up Thursday than Brown.

    You are correct concerning OBJ, and PS call ups,  

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