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  1. This guy really caught my eye about a week ago when I was going through the highlight tape of a dozen or so of the RB prospects in this years draft. I saw him mocked mostly in the 3rd and 4th rounds of many of these early mock drafts (which usually are totally off), but then Daniel Jeremiah release his top 50 prospects and I saw he had Edwards-Helaire ranked in his top 50 prospects. I'm not sure the Bills will pull the trigger on a RB w/ their 2nd round pick & they'd probably have to do that to land this guy, but I'd love hi on the Bills. He's a great fit for the modern NFL, in that he's excellent in the passing game. He's also shifty and super physical in the run game. By my eye he doesn't have great speed, which is probably why he's not viewed as a 1st round pick, but his speed looks good. I'd guess he'll run somewhere in the 4.55 range. I really like Singletary, and I know the popular belief is that we need a big, strong, bruiser type back to complement Singletary's game, but I think I'd rather complement Singletary with a lpayer that actually plays a lot like him and is built similarly. A backfield of Singletary coupled with Edwards-Helaire would be a handful for opposing D's and would give us 2 very good RB's in the passing game, which I'm hoping this team takes advantage of more in the 2020 season. Check out his highlight video from the Alabama game this yr (it's impressive): & keep in mind Edwards-Helaire's stat line vs. Alabama was: 20 carries - 103 yards, 3 TD's 9 receptions - 77 yards, 1 TD
  2. No thanks. This is a guy you could've had on your roster for free 8 months ago. Then he plays on a team that throws for 400 yards a game and he has a breakout late in the season after a few injuries to the WR position. Hes the definition of buying the stock at its peek.
  3. The schedule makers are in the very beginning stages of creating the '20-'21 schedule so I think this "rumor" is more just an educated guess. The Bills will likely have 2 perhaps 3 primetime games based on their record last year & the opponents they face next year, but there is no way that the schedule is anywhere near close to being completed so I'd say this "Rumor" is total BS
  4. He just got a raise to $2M a year to stay at LSU.....Tepper probably came with $3M offer. Can't say no to a $1M raise
  5. Like Brandon Aiyuk. I've seen him pretty consistently mocked in the 1st and 2nd rounds. Surprised he's not on this list.
  6. This Ja'Marr Chase appears to be a WR that's going to go very high in the '21 NFL Draft.
  7. This is great news. I commented several times this season it seems Josh Allen has a serious mental nerves/jittery problem. I think sometimes he just totally psyches himself out to the point of it debilitating his play. Hopefully someone highly trained in this field can get him to fix the issue.
  8. Ruggs doesn't strike me as the type of prospect the Bills would take. He's been hurt quite a few times......he seems like the type of guy that gets kicked up a lot. The Bills put a lot of emphasis on availability. I actually prefer his teammate, Devonat Smith. He doesn't have the same burner speed as Ruggs, but he's still fast, and he has much better hands and is a better route runner
  9. I've seenHenry Ruggs, WR, Alabama mocked in the teens and 20s of the first round......I think he'll drop. He has suspect hands and has missed time with injuries. AJ Epenesa, is a guy I've seen mocked in the middle of the 1st round, he doesn't seem like the type of athlete that's going to test particularly well for a DE, so maybe that gets him to drop a bit. One guy I think that's going to go higher than most expect is Jake Fromm. He had a poor season at Georgia this year. He doesn't do any one thing great, but I think his leadership and personality is going to tempt teams in the middle of the 1st round. I've always had a guy feeling he's going to be a Patriot.
  10. Wow...that's corny as hell....I had no idea that's how he sounded.
  11. Case Keenum would be a significant upgrade IMO.
  12. Honestly, with the way McDermott has shown he can develop corners and get them to play well: Tre White Levi Wallace Taron Johnson Kevin Johnson Siran Neal E.J. Gaines I don't know that you pay a CB $15-$16M a year, which is probably what Tre White will be looking for.
  13. I found it interesting that the Schwartz request came right after their meeting with Daboll. Could it be that Daboll said he'd want Schwartz to be DC if he got the job in Cleveland. I remember Michael Lombardi hinting Schwartz would welcome a change of scenery
  14. In order of priority: 1. A big bruiser 2nd RB (I never want to see Frank Gore in a Bills uniform again). It's going to take me a while getting over the fact this coaching staff was dumb enough to give a guy that can't run 9 touches in a playoff game. Perhaps one of the most baffling decisions by the Bills coaching staff this season. Totally inexcusable. 2. A backup QB. If Allen ever goes down for a week or a month, find me a guy who can come in, manage the game and maybe go 2-2 over 4 games. I think Matt Barkley is not that guy. How about Case Keenum? I like him as a $4M insurance policy, 3. A pass rusher. I think our defense was schemed very well this season to create pressure, but from a talent standpoint this team could use a guy who can get home and bother the QB. Lawson might not be back, Murphy is aging, Hughes is aging.....we need an influx of youth at the pass rushing position 4. A Wide receiver. I don't care if it's a slot guy or an outside guy, just find me a guy that has really good hands and good YAC ability. There were too many drops this season, and with Allen's poor accuracy you need to find a guy with great hands who can pluck fastballs away from his frame. 5. Attempt to upgrade the kicking game. The punter was not good. Hauschka doesn't appear to have the leg strength he once had......not terrible, but not great 6. Can never have enough CB's. McDermott seems to get the most out of CB's. Tre White has become an All-Pro under his tutelage. Levi Wallace has developed nicely. Siran Neal and Taron Johnson have both proved they can play ion this league. Kevin Johnson showed something but is a FA. Draft a guy they like in the middle rounds and have another guy in the pipeline to develop. What say you?
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