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junior12thman92

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  1. I believe Beane has said, "Shady is a big part of our plan" for 2019. If we want to break down GM speak, he could mean Shady is a "big part" of their plan because he is being traded and that returned asset is valuable.
  2. Don't forget the one guy saying we're targeting Hockenson!
  3. Maybe I worded it poorly. What I'm saying is, he's getting his FA visits out of the way and now he has his rankings of where he wants to play. Teams A, B, and C say they want to sign him if they don't draft a RB. Team B drafts someone, leaving Team A and C. Now he can make his decision because he has all the info he needs.
  4. Ding ding ding. I think the same thing. Yeldon probably wants to test the waters to see which RB-needy teams don't address RB in the draft. That way he knows the what opportunities exist for which teams.
  5. Glad Beane didn't lose a finger at the hands of Kim at the 0:44 second mark.
  6. I get that, but we have Poyer for two more years (this year and next), and Hyde for three more. With a team devoid of top-tier talent at many positions (ex: DL), I'd find it surprising for them to spend a premium pick on a player who we don't need starting for another two years.
  7. Breaking out the pre-draft visits by projected draft round (I posted this in another thread): 1: WR, OT, DT (x2), DE (x4), S 1-2: WR (x2), OT CB, S 2-3: RB, TE, C, OT, CB 3-4: TE, DE 4-5: OL, DT, DE, LB 5-6: CB (x2) 6-7: TE A couple notes: You can tell that adding a blue chip DL prospect is a definite priority for them, considering that 20+% of their visits thus far have been spent on D-linemen projected to go in the top 20 picks. It's interesting that they're spending time meeting with safeties projected to go in the first two rounds. I didn't think of it as a need, especially with two entrenched starters, but perhaps they're looking to have 3 safeties on the field more often?
  8. Breaking out the pre-draft visits by projected draft round: 1: WR, OT, DT, DE (x4), S 1-2: WR (x2), CB, S 2-3: RB, TE, C, OT, CB 3-4: TE, DE 4-5: OL, DT, DE, LB 5-6: CB 6-7: TE A couple notes: You can tell that adding a blue chip DL prospect is a definite priority for them, considering that 20% of their visits thus far have been spent on D-linemen projected to go in the top 20 picks. It's interesting that they're spending time meeting with safeties projected to go in the first two rounds. I didn't think of it as a need, especially with two entrenched starters, but perhaps they're looking to have 3 safeties on the field more often? I'm curious to see how they allocate their remaining 5 visits.
  9. Not really sure why people are up in arms over this.. it should be easy to tell that Graham was just making fun of the fact that Schefter got the Marquette King report wrong.
  10. Worth noting that Zay Jones played in 88.9% of the offensive snaps last season. The next closest were Robert Foster (42%) and Kelvin Benjamin (48%).
  11. Pretty sure Titans fans said he's very good at pass blocking, but below average in run blocking... and that 2016 was his best year, but he wasn't so good the last two years.
  12. My guess is that he just wanted a prove-it type deal, wherein if he performs well, he can sign for a higher APY next offseason (vs. what was being offered this offseason).
  13. https://twitter.com/TonyPauline/status/1113454703088685056 I don't know how to embed a tweet. "Buffalo Bills have their front office on hand at Washington State pro-day for OT Andre Dillard. Dillard met with the New Orleans Saints & Seattle Seahawks yesterday. Just doing position drills today."
  14. This is AWESOME. Thank you! Overall, it's about what I expected, although I wonder what was so enticing about that Miami game for people to show up in droves. Expats home for the holidays who wanted to see a game? Dirt cheap tickets? People needing a break from seeing their families? The simple fact that it was Miami? The last game of the season? Lots of variables going on there.
  15. Agreed - I think it's gone too far. Additionally, I don't see this contradicting McDermott's plan in any capacity, nor does it indicate that they're admitting any sort of "mistake."
  16. I agree - they definitely do. I just thought you were just saying that louder crowd noise is a reason we should not have a dome. To me, it's one of the few reasons I'd be open to us having one.
  17. I'm confused by that also. Here's a quote from USA Today about it: I'd love to see the attendance on a game-by-game basis. So Bills games would be louder. That's bad?
  18. Does anyone know if the Chiefs continued playing in Arrowhead during their massive 4-year renovation?
  19. We should hate having a dome if it leads to us having louder home games?
  20. Have they publicly stated that they want to build a new stadium? I could be misremembering, but I feel like it's only been the league/Goodell that has said they want the Bills to build a new stadium.
  21. Well, after Brown signed with Cincy/Davis retired at halftime, he tweeted out that he was happy to be out of Buffalo and that there was 'something in the water' here.
  22. Erik (guy at Cover 1 who wrote up this report) said he graded him as a 3rd-round talent.
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