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  1. That video of Le'Veon should be saved to show the aliens how social media destroyed our society.
  2. Also a sign on immaturity on Oliver's part. I noticed a couple of instances of that from him in the 4 episodes. It was definitely one of the negatives about him heading into the draft. Seems like the type thats going to need an attitude adjustement to fufill the potential many believe he has. 100% agree with Kyle as the narrator. I know it wont be popular on this board, but he was awful
  3. These are the numbers that I'd be quite happy with for Allen's 2019 season (assuming he plays in all 16): 3500 yards passing 23 passing TD's less than 13 INT's Something like 3550 yards passing, 23 TD's & 12 INT's would be great for Allen in his 2nd year.
  4. The DE from Penn St., Yetur Gross Matos, looks like a monster to me. You have him projected at #19.......I envision him going much higher. Looks the part to me.
  5. Ive said it before and Ill say it again: The Bills did not give Ty Nsekhe $6.5M this year to be a backup. If he is a backup, then it was a really bad signing, that is not a backup contract. Whether its LT or RT I fully expect Nsekhe to be a starter come week 1.
  6. One thing we know for sure: Roger Goodell and by extension the other 31 owners in the NFL want a new stadium in Buffalo. I understand their stance from a money standpoint, but I personally like New Era field quite a bit. The sight lines are second to none, IMO
  7. I'd like to see where he was playing those games in weeks 15, 16 and 17. Theres a good chance that many of those games could've been road games in inclimate weather which would explain his slip in stats. Rivers has always been a poor mudder (to use a horse term) in bad weather. His relative lack of arm strength, especially later in his career, can really tear its ugly head in bad weather. Cian is a guy I actually followed on twitter a few years back. He was a frequent guest on WGR and I liked some of his points. That all changed after I started following him. He seemed to me to be someone that lives to argue with people. Many times when his arguments were soundly beat he would refuse to concede, and many times his trump card was inserting race into the topic. Tyrod seemed to be the test study that he refused to admit he was wrong on. When all else fails he calls the NFL, the GMs and the fans racist for not giving Tyrod a chance. It was tiring, inaccurate and pathetic. Unfollowing him was a no brainer.
  8. This is a money play by Daniel Jeremiah and his agent to squeeze NFL Network for more money, and they're not really doing a great job at hiding it. You actually had Adam Schefter on the Rich Eisen show today outright saying "the NFL Network needs to give Jeremiah a big raise or he will be working for the Jets." Talk about shilling. I actually find it kind of dirty by Jeremiah and if I were the NFL Network I'd call his bluff. I was not overly impressed with him as their main draft guru guy.
  9. I hope they hire him just so NFL Network can get a new "draft" guru. I loved Mayock. Thought he was smart, and wasn't afraid to speak the truth. Jeremiah was way too vanilla and boring for my taste. I thought the NFL Networks coverage of the drfat took a huge hit with Mayock's departure. I know Jeremiah was getting a lot of love during the broadcast for the job he did, but generally if a network needs to remind the viewer how good the guy is you're watching it leads me to believe they know he isn't.
  10. Sounds like a scene youd see in a drug cartel movie. Wrong address or perhaps something more sinister.
  11. Never met the man. Listened to a couple of the interviews he did on local radio last year. Seemed like a real good dude. Great energy and passion. RIP Brother
  12. I kind of hesitate to write posts like this because I don't like to criticize someone that's giving an honest effort........but Steve Tasker is one of the worst radio hosts I've ever come across. He stumbles and stammers his way through a 3 hour radio show almost every show. His questions to guests are so all over the place that I sometimes feel bad for the guest having to try and navigate his ? and give a response. I think the Buffalo Bills could do a lot better, and putting feelings aside, that's something they need to upgrade. I actually like that show quite a bit more when Murph is coupled with Chris Brown......I know they're both homers, but I just think Brown is much better at orating his points.
  13. I've actually thought about what I would consider nice, solid progress for Josh Allen this year. Looking at his stats from last year, Allen average about 175 yards passing per game w/ roughly 1 TD pass and 1 INT per game played. These are all underwhelming, but for a QB that was considered a bit of a project not unexpected. What I'd like to see by the conclusion of the 2019 d=season to feel pretty positive about where things are headed is the following (assuming he starts 16 games): -3600 yards passing (225/game), a big jump from last year, but still a very low/conservative # compared to league avg. -23 TD's passing (roughly 1.5 per game), once again a decent jump from last year, but still fairly low compared to the league -11 or less INT's.......1 per game, from '18 isn't going to cut it......10 or 11 over 16 games will be marked improvement As far as rushing goes I'm not even going to put numbers on that......I expect it to be impressive and help us win a couple of games......that's really the strength of Josh. The main improvements I am eager to see all revolve around him passing. If he can make marked improvements in that dept. over the next few seasons he has the chance to be really good. If not......we will be talking about another QB in a couple of seasons.
  14. Good for him. The whole bugging of the massage room is a blatant breach of privacy, IMO. Then to drag his name through the whole trafficking mud when his circumstance had nothing to do with trafficking was an attempt to make the story a lot bigger than it was. Kraft was probably one of the few men who was indicted who had the money and legal advice to expose this case for what it was.......a whole lot of nothing.
  15. I like Damn that's a lot of bold. I could envision: 8, 12, or 14 I would heavily bet against any of the other things happening. He did say bold, though, so I have to give you that.
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