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  1. smuvtalker

    Zay Jones +/- first 100 Yard Game

    You made a very valid point earlier this week when you posted that Zay was really going to have his work cut out for him now that he would be facing the opposing team's top corner week in, week out. Today was definitely not a good day for Zay at all..
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    Zay Jones +/- first 100 Yard Game

    Excellent post. Definitely encouraged by what I saw from #11, but no corner can cover a receiver forever. Hoping Zay works on his route running more and he and Allen build on Sunday's game. And you make a very valid point in him now facing the top corner from here on out... Would be thrilled to see him rise to the occasion and finish Sunday with 8 catches for 113 yards and a TD.
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    Youse is in for a treat

    Love your posts man, they always give me a good chuckle! I'm thinking the only skulls that get kicked in Sunday are your poor lame duck coach havin Jests, to the tune of a 37-3 beating. Allen throws his first 300 yarder, and Darnold does throw a touchdown pass....to TreDavious White. Happy Holidays Spags!
  4. Lol I guess you gotta give him points for creativity
  5. Joe Horn, former WR for the Saints, scored a touchdown, pulled up the goalpost and pulled out a cell phone and acted like he was making a call....was a stupid celebration penalty back then, but actually idiotic today, IMO....the game was WAYY too close to be giving up 15 yards of field position to a team that has given you all you can handle....
  6. I thought that was a tribute to Joe Horn... Regardless, I felt that celebration was absolutely stupid....this game is WAY too close to be giving up 15 yards to a team that has given them all they can handle....absolutely idiotic if you ask me...
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    Second half: Wk 9 Bears at Bills, 1 pm FOX

    Guys help me out....my math isn't the greatest...am I looking at this right? Peterman has thrown the ball almost 50 times today, with a yards per attempt avg at 3.8?? Please tell me I'm wrong...
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    Predict the first play on offense for Buffalo vs Bears

    McCoy sweep right for a two yard gain... Chris Ivory with a 21 yard scamper, wiped out by holding on Ducasse... Bears 29, Bills 6(Hauschka with a 53 yarder and 19 yarder after the defense intercepts Trubisky and gives the offense the ball at the Chicago 8...they manage to go backwards)
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    How many coaches/GMs survive a tank?

    Solid post. For all the talk about us having ten draft picks next year, I didn't realize until about a week or two ago that the first 3 rounds all we have are our own picks. I dont know why I thought we had an additional second or third rounder to start things off. Sitting at 2-6, and in possession of one of the worst offenses in NFL history, we all know this season is over. The chances of the Bills reeling off 8 straight wins are less than zero. I've never been a supporter of the tanking logic, but I have no interest in W's this season. All I want the rest of the year is to 1)see Josh Allen get the opportunity to start the last 6 or 7 games and see how he develops, and if he is in fact the QB of our future, 2)see the development of Edmunds as he continues to learn this defense, trust his instincts more, and use his freakish physical abilities, because unlike Allen, I've seen enough from Edmunds already to believe he will be a star in this league and our MLB for the next decade, 3)see our defense as a whole continue to gel, because this unit is really, really a good group, and with a core group like Hyde, Poyer, Milano, White, Edmunds, Hughes, Phillips, this defense could easily be top 5 next year. I have zero problems with us not winning a single game the rest of the year if I can see the things I listed above. And if we have the number one pick, awesome. Like you mentioned, we can use it to trade down and gain more picks, or if there's a one in a generation type talent there for the taking, pull the trigger...
  10. Just my two cents lol. But I feel like the Rams were lucky to get the win vs Green Bay...I think this is the week their luck(and their winning streak)comes to a decisive halt.
  11. Indeed! I cant wait to watch this one. Regarding Apple, I agree with you that he's gonna have to step his game up a notch. I thought he really struggled Sunday vs Minnesota, but I just attributed it to him still adjusting to his new team. Aaron Donald is a force of nature. The guy brings the pain on every single down. Oh what I would give to have him in a Bills uni...
  12. That Davenport injury hurts the Saints bigtime. Kid was playing very well and was a great addition on that d-line. Regardless, I fully expect the Saints to hand the Rams their first L of the season. The Superdome is gonna be rockin and the Saints rarely lose bigtime games at home. I'll be as bold as to say I dont think its gonna be close. Saints win this one comfortably....31-17 JMHO
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    Trade Deadline Updates - Official Thread

    While I'm still willing to give Allen the year to see if he's the franchise QB we've been waiting for, I certainly think Carr is a very talented guy. Will he be a free agent after this season or something?
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    Trade Deadline Updates - Official Thread

    Agree with you wholeheartedly I thought it was a great move as well getting what we got for Tyrod. I can also admit I am guilty of claiming that I was prepared to deal with the ups and downs of drafting a rookie QB, it's just that I was thinking we'd be dealing with the ups and downs of Josh ROSEN, and not Josh Allen. Once they announced the word Josh, I immediately was filled with love, leeway, patience, and understanding. When they then followed it with Allen, all those warm and positive feelings I was ready to invest in our rookie QB quickly dissipated. I can say that Allen has shown me enough flashes of potential greatness mixed in with his rookie mistakes and accuracy issues that I am willing to give him the rest of the year before I make any judgement on him either way.
  15. Even if this is a joke thread, I'm actually right there with you in that there is a part of me that would be intrigued to see Peterman start Sunday. And as you stated, I'm also of the train of thought that he really has nowhere to go but up. I have a hard time envisioning him stinking up the joint ANY worse than he already has, and I really do feel bad for the guy. I mean the poor guy's last performance was so bad he had to resort to stating that there are things in life besides football, and had to proclaim his faith in Jesus. I honestly thought that was his last day in Buffalo, and as an NFL quarterback. But lo and behold, he's still on our roster. He is the laughing stock of the entire league. I say there is no pressure on him, no expectations. He is obviously of the feline species because he's close to his 9th life. I would love to see him go out there Sunday and play his little heart out. And to be honest, with his knowledge of the playbook and Daboll's offense, he's a better option than anyone we could possibly bring in off the street at this point. So yes, I too must be somewhat of a masochist, because a part of me does want to see my fellow Pitt alum go out there and get one last chance. And the upside, in addition to the chance he actually does play well, is that if he goes out there and does what 99.9 percent of the football world is expecting him to do, come Monday morning he'll HAVE to be unemployed.
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