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  1. Just now, Blank Stare said:

    No question this will be a tough game. Biggest challenge of the season thus far. But the local media acting like we can’t hang with or beat the fins is absurd. I’d imagine the national media will be beating the same drum all week too. 



    The game is going to be a coinflip assuming we don't get Shellshocked Allen, and it'll probably come down to some turnover or goofy special teams shenanigans. 

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  2. Just now, Generic_Bills_Fan said:

    Idk gabes lookin pretty good through 3 games…he seems like a pretty viable 2 to me.  Run game is objectively improved too…people that want to see josh get an mvp may not like it but this offense is certainly better than last year 

    He's looked fine but (in my opinion, anyways) you need to get more than 1-2 catches a game, even if it's a TD, to be a reliable #2 wideout.   

  3. It was a good win but I think it's suspect to ignore that the only consistent WR on the field was Diggs yet again. 


    I'm not going to pretend that I know for sure if it's Dorsey or the other WRs not executing, but I think Dorsey needs to do more to get guys involved like Kincaid. 

    Davis can't only be getting 1 catch a game and be your #2 WR. 

  4. 2 hours ago, Blank Stare said:

    Jeremy and Joe on WGR in full panic mode about Miami. Got that to look forward to all week I guess 🫠.

    I'm not in panic mode, but the Bills offense is Allen & Diggs (with Cook sprinkled in) while Miami has all of their offensive depth not only getting touches, but major contributions. 


    The Bills offense can be fantastic and they're well coached, but I think it's not unreasonable to call it much more one dimensional. 

  5. Good win but I think Dorsey is keeping the offense from firing on a level that they theoretically can reach.  Some of the playcalls were baffling, first down was rough, and I still don't see the motion, the play action, or much creativity.  Allen & Diggs are still the offense, and Cook is doing well but I think we're in the same position as we were in last season (with a better offensive line).    

  6. Dorsey is fine, but he's not great.  I'd call him competent, but he's getting bailed out too often by Allen doing Allen things and Diggs just being a top 3 WR in football.  


    The first and second downs yesterday were mostly abysmal execution.  I could kind of see what he was going for, but 1/10 plays had me questioning reality.  The 4th down and 1 particularly, but there a bunch of other examples.   I don't see the motion, I don't see Allen audible nearly as much as he used to with Daboll either.


    At least Cook looks pretty solid, having a bit more of a run game is a positive. 

  7. 35 minutes ago, Bangarang said:


    Don't know..Harty was advertised as a really fast weapon and thus far he does not look like he plays fast. Dorsey seems to like calling WR screens for him so maybe it's a matter of time before one goes for a big play. 

    He had one WR screen that should have been DOA where he ended up getting around ~8 yards. I like him a lot more than McKenzie the last two games. 

  8. 7 minutes ago, boyst said:

    Funny. You quote Bork... Yet think people will learn from this?  The vile slime that lets things like this happen are the narrative writers who sway public opinion based on their peebrain intellect.

    I never said anyone would learn anything from this, just that given the information the Bills had at the time and the fact that Araiza was under a major civil suit, that it was justifiable and probably the right thing to release him.  


    When this all came up I even stated that I wished there was a "administrative leave" designation for players undergoing an ordeal just like this, where they wouldn't be paid but not have to be released.

  9. 7 hours ago, Thurman#1 said:



    Greatly doubt they will cut Morse unless serious health problems crop up.


    If they'd wanted to cut him, they'd have done it before paying him his $1M roster bonus on March 19th. On the same day, $1.36M of his salary became guaranteed, as well.





    I disagree here.


    Terrific, no. Good? Yeah, they do.



    100% agree here.


    A top 5 unit? Not with Spencer Brown at RT (unless he makes a significant leap).


    A top 10 unit? I think it's possible, maybe unlikely.


    A top 15 unit? If they aren't, the O-Line coach should be fired. 

  10. I think it HAS to be Davis given what's currently on the roster.  I wouldn't mind a different Davis, Corey Davis, being the new #2 guy if the Jets cut him though. 


    I just don't think we should be relying on Gabe.  He's a high end #3 field stretcher. That has its place, but he's shown that he's too volatile to be a #2.  

  11. I'm really excited about this signing, and this is the kind of stuff the Bills should have been doing all along instead of being so draft heavy on defense.


    This guy is a wrecker in a 4-3 and is gonna be great in the DT rotation. 

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  12. He has a shot to make the team as a 4 phase special teamer.  If he does make the roster I doubt we see him taking many (or any) offensive snaps.


    This is basically a super athletic Jake Kumerow on a rookie contract.  Lots of upside, but it's gonna be hard for him to see the field. 

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