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  1. Coleman - X
    Samuel - Line up anywhere

    Shakir - Primary Slot
    MVS  - Outside Deep Threat 


    Claypool -  Huge IF...but he has the ability in there somewhere to start.  MAYBE he is a changed man & looks good/works in camp 
    Hollis - STer and reasonably decent depth WR.  Better than Sherfield. 
    Hamler - If he stays healthy, has very good speed and could push for snaps. Has worked very hard on his body. Notably mentioned by Keon multiple times 


    Shorter - PS unless / until he proves otherwise
    Shavers - Very Tall and was an elite STer in college.  May be a darkhorse to emerge as WR5
    Xavier Johnson - PS, Return ability

     

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  2. Just now, FireChans said:

    Carousel mercenaries like Lawson or Yannick might serve.

    Honestly, the Bills hitting on a budding superstar EDGE brings this team right out of “retooling year” and right back to contender status. It’s the kind of thing we need.

     

    My concern for Solomon will be that he physically can’t hang on the edge except in obvious passing situations. 


    I mean that would be OK.  It's possible he has 10-12 sacks as a situational pass rusher.  I'm not familiar with his abilities against the run


    I'd like to see some staggered D looks or 3-4 type alignments on 3rd downs.... essentially Von and Javon lining up at OLB


     

            Rousseau     DaQuan    Oliver   
    Von                                                      Solomon 
                     

    1 minute ago, Yantha said:

    No, roll that money into safety depth.


    ? We just signed a Safety who has played in 49 games for the Bucs and is at the very least the 4th Safety on the depth chart 

  3. 1 hour ago, GunnerBill said:

     

    He talks about speed every January. Then drafts chain movers when it gets to April. Odd. 


    I agree, however Samuel and MVS are both explosive players.   Samuel has one of the very fastest releases off the line in the entire league per analytics/next gen tracking.  MVS is a legit deep threat.  Has previously led the league with a 20.9 ypc avg in a season 

  4. Just now, BontitaBills said:

    Wonder if this means no Hyde.  

     

     

     

    1 minute ago, BontitaBills said:

    Wonder if this means no Hyde.  

     

    IMO not related.  I believe it's just an upgrade over Lewis and Hamlin. 


    Mike Edwards
    Taylor Rapp
    Cole Bishop
    Dee Delaney

    Cam Lewis

    Damar Hamlin 

    If Hyde decides he wants to return, he moves into at the very least a rotational role 

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  5. https://sports.yahoo.com/bills-address-depth-safety-signing-144037670.html?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAJyaJD7zq-nUG_zCaWSztbZqTpQ69J70LZg-vZQ0rbATgVZAt0pXTx_9e-ftinKxo2Ybm6FeVh8KuYysOEBZ5Z0YNdwt5jPCjeXgTFcLmDatWrRGClJwH5xvsoapYvKX-U0zUmkzGwAmo6AtSzjMSLrM33gstjeFRrHgF5VVA3RE

     

    ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — The Buffalo Bills addressed their depth at safety by signing Dee Delaney to a one-year contract on Thursday.

    The 29-year-old Delaney has five seasons of NFL experience, including the past three with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where he had five starts in 49 appearances. An undrafted free agent out of The Citadel, he broke into the NFL playing two games with Jacksonville in 2018, and spent the next season appearing in one game with Washington.

    Delaney joins a Bills team in transition at safety, following the breakup of the Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer starting tandem that had been together since 2017. Poyer was cut in March and has since signed with Miami, while Hyde is unsigned and considering retirement.

    Returning backup Taylor Rapp and offseason addition Mike Edwards are projected to take over as starters on a unit that also includes Cole Bishop, who was selected in the second round of the draft last month.

  6. 8 hours ago, The All-Pro-Knox Gallery said:

    If Davis is 2-3 inches taller he is drafted early 2nd round and is probably the first RB off the board.

     

    His game speed is insane. In the highlight packages I watched he was outrunning everybody on the field. His 40 wasn’t anything special but I think he’s a testament to how that metric is vastly overrated. Vision is great too. Perfect complement to Cook’s skill set and we should have a very nice 1-2 punch now.

     

    Davis could earn more carries than Cook IMO 

  7. 2 minutes ago, Buffalo03 said:

    The NFL is weird.

     

    Random person on schedule committee: "What are we gonna do about the Bills games vs the Ravens, Chiefs, Lions, Texans. What primetime slot do we wanna give them?"

     

    Mike North: "Pssh, those games? Primetime? We're gonna do Jags vs Bills on MNF, baby. That's got primetime written all over it

     

    Random person on schedule committee: "and the overseas games? The one main game in that timeslot. What are we gonna do?"

     

    Mike North: "Giants vs Panthers in Germany, baby. Ratings blockbuster"

     

    Someone take the pipe from these guys



    We know we have 2 MNF games.   Jets and someone else, likely Jaguars

    Texans or Lions game could be SNF or TNF IMO 

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