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    Anybody else mad about our draft hats?

    This is ultimately the correct answer. Always follow the money.
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    The Biggest Whiffs In Buffalo Bills History

    Most OL Free Agents are going to be overpaid. Most Free Agents are overpaid.
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    The Biggest Whiffs In Buffalo Bills History

    To argue Jeremy, Williams never played LT in college, he was a RT. And McKinnie was the top LT coming out but teams were worried about his attitude. Which was a valid concern, but McKinnie had a much better career and should have been the pick at #4 overall if Donahoe wasnt such a wuss.
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    The Biggest Whiffs In Buffalo Bills History

    To be fair, Peters and Parker were done with the Bills and were leaving no matter what. The Bills had been good to Peters, bringing him in as a UDFA and developing him from a Special Teams TE, to a RT, to a premier LT. They had already re-done his deal when he started pouting and slacking barely 2 years into it. As much as I hate how that all played out, there wasnt much more the Bills could do. Nor should have done given Peters's handling of the situation.
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    The Biggest Whiffs In Buffalo Bills History

    Only whinge I have is you should add "since 2000" to the title, not "in Bills history", since that is the parameters of the discussion. Jeremy White tried to argue that he didnt have Williams on the list because he was actually productive for a couple seasons, but I tend to disagree with that and think he should be on the list as well.
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    The Biggest Whiffs In Buffalo Bills History

    Losman, Rex, Maybin, Sammy for sure. I'd also add in signing Langston Walker and Derrick Dockery to big contracts at the same time. Good call upthread on letting Pat Williams walk for what turned out to be barely $1mil difference.
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    Top 10 Boneheaded Moves of NFL offseason

    If Darnold works out, it's not a bonehead move and no one will remember those picks. The Saints trading up and giving up their 2019 1st for a DE is probably the worst move on paper so far.
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    What Do YOU Remember about Thurman Thomas?

    Oh yeah, I understood, and dont hold a grudge. And anyways, I got that pic with him 20 years when I ran into him at the Winter Classic!
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    The NFL Needs A Parental Advisory For The Music They Use

    Without commenting on the artist as a person, Kanye's My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy is a legit 10/10, genius-level album. And the way his first three albums intertwine and evolve is really special. They are all masterpieces of art that will stand the test of time. That's all I'll say on this specific subject (it's all the "nice" stuff I have).
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    The NFL Needs A Parental Advisory For The Music They Use

    Damn youths! With their hippity-hop music!! Give me good wholesome classic rock that was about banging underage girls and doing cocaine!!
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    What did Fitz say about Whaley at the Roast: Redux

    Russ was the leaker. Anyone living in reality knows this. Just like most of Buffalo knew he was a creeper for years before it came to a head. But regardless, I agree the roast doesnt shed any light on this either way. It's a stretch to say so.
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    What Do YOU Remember about Thurman Thomas?

    Every play, 8-12 yards. Over and over and over and over.
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    What did Fitz say about Whaley at the Roast: Redux

    It was basically just a way to say that Russ is such a horny perv he lets his dog lick peanut butter off his balls. Again, the worst kept secret in Buffalo.
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    What Do YOU Remember about Thurman Thomas?

    His passion and hatred whenever we played the Dolphins will always stick out in my mind. Unfortunately, so will the fact that he went directly to the Dolphins when his time in Buffalo was finished. To be honest, meeting Thurman Thomas when I was 12 years old will always be the worst fan/player experience of my life. He was incredibly rude and mean to a kid who was just trying to say hi to one of his heroes. I'll let it slide, and I'll forgive, but it's impossible to forget.
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