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  1. He taught the others how to finish. So we hope. Next man up.
  2. Yes. We win a SB with Diggs playing a prominent role and he is in. Josh Allen is the leader of this team. Stephon Diggs is the heartbeat of this team.
  3. They were too busy destroying Dane Jackson to waste time throwing at Rhodes.
  4. That's interesting. I see some Mario Williams in Groot. But Mario probably played about 15 to 20 pounds heavier than 270. The Bills must sense some hidden athleticism in Groot. And, I agree with the sense here that the kid is special now and is going to be even more special down the road.
  5. This is how the 90s Bills were born. We saw how effective we were in the 89 playoff loss to Cleveland and decided to give that a shot full time (or close to it). In hindsight, yes, although that was hardly their most egregious coaching issue.
  6. Does he? Brown was let go after allowing the ball to hit him in the face in the AFCCG. Maybe you know more than me, but the signs here point Allen being cool with the abolitionist being elsewhere. Realistically this is just a depth/insurance thing. Probably more related to Gentry than anything else. We did something similar with Kenny Stills, right? Maybe Brown sees the field at some point, but I’d be surprised if he has any sort of significant role.
  7. Putting all that aside, what’s the point of they aren’t going to run any whip routes and smash concepts. Maybe without crowded they don’t feel they have the personnel to do it. I don’t know. But here’s no sense in bringing a tamed Bease back if we aren’t going to run the type of stuff at which he excels.
  8. I hope you’re right. But if he doesn’t play before then is he going to start and chase Hill/Waddle around all day? I fully support easing him back in, with “back in” being the key words. He’s got to see the field soon in a limited capacity or there’s a good chance he either jumps into the deep end against Miami or doesn’t play many snaps of value against them.
  9. Agreed. Sometimes people need a nudge, or tough love. Enough worrying about what might happen or what could be. It’s time to give it a go and see what happens.
  10. He’s healed. He’s cleared. He’s been so for weeks. What’s the hold up? It’s not physical, according to McD. So what is it?
  11. Dude, that guy is a warrior. Universally respected. There’s a big difference between not being medically cleared to play and declining to retire to keep the employer on the hook for bonus monies owed and having the clearance and refusing to take the field. Wood earned the right to express his views, whatever they may be, on that issue.
  12. Now you see the light. At this moment, he does not want to play football. You’ve finally acknowledged the point that I’ve made all along. Therein lies the friction between White and the Bills. The teams has indicated that he is physically able to participate. He has chosen not to participate. Patience, I suspect, is beginning to to wear thin, as reflected by what I understand to have been the sharp commentary by Wood and Brownie on state radio. There’s a big difference between an avocation (college soccer) and a highly paid vocation (NFL football). If you’re making $17m/season and you’ve been cleared to play relative a ligamentary issue like this one, then your butt better be out there. They’ve been extremely patient with Tre but, in McD’s words, it’s time to “go.” The only excuse for continuing to sit is in Tre’s mind, and it’s not going to change until someone forces him to give it a go.
  13. Rank speculation. Also inconsistent with McD’s comments.
  14. “Sometimes you just gotta go.” -Sean McDermott And, at bottom, under your scenario, if he is cleared to play but does not feel “right” and therefore chooses not to dress, that means that, at this moment, he does not want to play football. Why he doesn’t want to play is debatable. But the fact that he does not want to play is not. If he blows his ACL again he still isn’t going anywhere next year. The cap number is too high. And, at this point, there’s a good chance that, healthy or not, he’s outta here at the end of next year no matter what bc the organization would rather give his money to someone else.
  15. Nope. That’s not what I’m insinuating. Not sure how you reached that conclusion. What we actually have here is an injured guy (Poyer) playing his guts out and assuming a ton of risk, and a second guy (White) who is healthy but unwilling to play despite extraordinary financial security. It does not go unnoticed in the locker room. If former player Eric Wood is harping on Tre on state radio, then you can bet your bippy that it is noticed by the current group of players. I’m not assuming anything. He’s been cleared, he’s not on an injury report, and he’s not dressing. There is no other reasonable conclusion.
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