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  1. You can't project his stats when he has a unicorn 95 yrd catch. (It was a sweet play) Davis will have 200 yrds receiving one game and 45 yds the next.
  2. That's because even though the Bengals oline is hot garbage, the have talented (not average or below average) players at wr (chase and Higgins), rb (mixon), and qb (joe b)
  3. 1 game is not sustained success. Davis was incredible in the playoffs and I'm not saying he wasn't. But based off of that performance, where is he now?
  4. I think a good team can be dominate with 2 superstar offensive weapons if they scheme properly to create production for players that cannot create their production on their own. I think you're reading this wrong. I haven't seen anyone in this thread say the Bills aren't a good team as a whole. Just that certain parts of the offense are not as talented as expected and that the team ranks good inspite of that
  5. You might be right here Bill, (about McDermott and Beane) and if that's the case, we've got problems.
  6. Peerless Price looked like a 1B next to Eric Moulds, but when he was the 1A in Atlanta, he didn't have the talent to produce the same. That's the point I'm making, and that's how i took what Cosell is saying. Sure superstar players make other players look good, but if the natural talent wasn't there to begin with, what do you have?
  7. These two statements contradict each other. We know that Allen, Diggs, Morse, and Dawkins are talented. If they have off games, it affects the entire offense. But as a whole. The other players are completely average or below. If it takes Allen to make everyone better, how talented are the players he's making better compared to how much attention is paid to Allen and Diggs that create the other players opportunities? I don't see Davis and McKenzie making catches in double or triple coverage. It's all relative.
  8. Interesting perspective from the victims https://www.espn.com/blog/buffalo-bills/post/_/id/37646/art-of-the-qb-leap-how-bills-josh-allen-brings-backyard-style-to-the-nfl
  9. It's not about the quantity of players that the Bills have lost to injury. It's the quality. And when your team is losing all pro after all pro, injuries matter more.
  10. Don’t say that, don’t ever say that. Bills Fans never say die. Don't you realize? The next time you see the Superbowl, it'll be with another town. The next time you take in a playoff game, it'll be in some other stadium. Our ownership, they want the best of stuff for us. But right now, they got to do what's right for them. Because it's their time. Their time! Up there! Down here, it's our time. It's our time down here. That's all over the second we watch Mahomes take the field in OT..
  11. Are you guys really arguing about who the BETTER Jets QB? 😵
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