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  1. Fair compensation. The Rams don’t seem to value their draft picks too highly so I would probably think along those lines first. They also have a highly touted TE prospect in Jacob Harris that imo would cause some interest. I’m sure that there could be some forms of compensation that I’m not thinking of.
  2. The Rams would make a lot of sense due to their unfortunate luck with Akers. The Bills got too many RBs with comparable talent/skill. Time for the Bills to clean up the roster and get ready for a big time RB, if not this year in some kind of trade or acquisition then in next year’s draft. The Rams are pretty generous with their draft picks anyways so why not take it and run (no pun intended)?
  3. I’ve waited 4 pages and 70 responses and unfortunately nobody has even discussed what I originally referred to as the most complete TEAM. Everybody has talked about specific players/positions/roster but nothing has been mentioned about the chemistry and continuity of players and staff, which to me is a big part of being a team. Like I said Tampa is the only other team that is worthy of being in that conversation.
  4. If you look at their roster from top to bottom the Bills are the most complete team in the NFL. The weakest position imo is the TE position but if the Bills do make a move for Ertz this position would be solidified as well. In addition I love the continuity of the core of roster and of the coaches. Barring injuries and regression I would think that more of the national pundits would have the Bills to be the team to beat. I suppose one could make a case for Tampa as well but them being in the NFC should definitely make the Bills the top team in the AFC at the very least.
  5. I wanted the Bills to keep Chris Burkett over Andre Reed and that Frank Reich sucked.
  6. Perfect place to share this. I watched King on PFT with Mike Florio. Here is a graph he posted during the interview on the RBs that were drafted in the 1st round in the last 5 drafts. Player. Overall pick Year Ezekiel Elliott. 4th. 2016 Leonard Fournette. 4th. 2017 Christian McCaffrey. 8th. 2017 Saquon Barkley. 2nd. 2018 Rashaad Penny. 27th. 2018 Sony Michel. 31st
  7. Thanks for posting this, I love the tidbit insights, makes the draft even more interesting.
  8. Really??? What is it that I’m doing wrong? I brought up a football subject that a national pundit discussed and I thought that it was an interesting take 2.6k+ board members viewed it, 130+ responses to discuss it and I get called out for posting it?? I must have came to the wrong place to talk about Florio’s opinion. What I really don’t get is why you or anyone else would respond to it if it offended you so much.
  9. I do but in the end it was still their choice.
  10. I believe so. I can’t think of any that don’t.
  11. Beane trades off our 1st rd pick (#30) to Denver for Bradley Chubb in a even up trade.
  12. I watched an a video on ProFootballTalk and Mike Florio brought up a very good point. Sports are the only employment that comes to mind where the employee doesn’t get to choose where he gets employed. I never thought or looked at it that way but that’s a very good point. I wonder if sports’ drafts someday get eliminated.
  13. Thank you for posting that, it brought tears. After seeing that I’ve come to realize how little I brought to this world. God bless the staff at St Jude’s, they’re truly Godsends.
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