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  1. Chandler#81

    [Misleading Title] The Patriots are full of **it

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  2. 🤔Is that a typo? must be a Georgia thing.. Anyway, yes, you are the Only one.
  3. Yes. I agree the QB room is solid. Know how I know it is? I haven’t bother reading a single thread on available QBs from Trade, FA or the Draft. This is certainly a different off season from the norm at OBD.
  4. Folks, some of the rhetoric is getting testy & out of control. Cease, or the thread does.
  5. Chandler#81

    Bills sign C Spencer Long to 3 year deal

    We understand spam (it’s a crappy meat product in a can) and trolls (creepy green things living under a bridge). Spamming trolls apply figuratively and literally to EVERY Jets fan. What’s not to understand?
  6. Chandler#81

    Kyle Williams guest announcer at 2019 Combine

    It is posted elsewhere. Currently Page 3.
  7. Chandler#81

    Proposed trade down with Carolina

    Trade downs are being discussed in a pinned thread so the Board isn’t swamped with everyone’s dream scenarios in separate threads.
  8. Chandler#81

    What do you want to see this offseason: DRAFT

    Posted this Astro tweet in another thread, here’s another TE to consider. Irv Smith Jr.
  9. Chandler#81

    T.J. Hockenson

    Astro’s analysis. Ranks Rastro!
  10. Chandler#81

    New Anchor Bar (Frederick MD)

    Thank you for all the critiques. When I’m back in town, Duffs is my preference. But being an out of Stater now, ANYWHERE that offers Beef on Weck with a Buffalo theme is a place I’ll visit. I hope they heed the critiques and up their game. I’m willing to pay a little more for the experience.
  11. Chandler#81

    Excited for potential for Stud TE

    I’m in agreement with those who’ve stated we already have many TE threads running, craving one notwithstanding.. PLEASE use the Search function before starting new threads.
  12. Chandler#81

    McBeane Draft Tendencies?

    Allen and Edmunds were Juniors who declared. juss sayin’..
  13. Chandler#81

    Poor O-Line play is league-wide problem not just Bills

    I think it’s complete BS! A ‘Dearth’? pfffft. These guys are incredible athletes, on a global scale. They are the recipients of the finest strength and conditioning programs and scientific dietary regiments known to man. They are freakishly huge, both in weight and height, and as skilled and light on their feet as a professional dancer. They are mostly way above average intelligence and personally committed to the essence of the game; blocking & tackling. The issue lies in their counterparts on the other side of the LOS being equally incredible physical specimens wherein the typically superior athletes reside. Thus, 99.9% of every rule change the game has seen since the days of no facemasks and leather helmets has been to their benefit. For all the witless bitching about Vlad, Groy, Bodine, etc., they have all passed the highest bar by having made an NFL roster and starting many games BEFORE becoming Bills. If we part ways with them, they’ll all very likely be signed to another NFL team and continue to start. That’s reality. There are only 2 aspects that create a ‘great’ OL. Cohesiveness and scheme. Every year, we see ‘great’ OL in FA that never again reach the level of recognition they had from their former team. With rare exception, it’s due to new, unfamiliar teammates and schemes not suited to their strengths. One case in point; Jim Ritcher. He was a 1st Round pick for us in ‘80, I believe. While starting every game for more that a decade sandwiched between many other players, he wallowed in relative obscurity on bad teams. Will Grant and Ken Jones were also good, long time starters during this dreadful era until Levy and Marchibroda arrived. Grant & Jones were replaced with Hull & Wolford along with 5 HOF ‘specialists’. Only at the very end of his career did Ritcher receive national recognition for a stalwart career and 1 PB invite. I digress. Scheme > talent.
  14. Chandler#81

    With expectations higher, is anyone else calm?

    Anxious. These feelings of ‘we’re very close’ are a bit foreign to me. But I’m calm. currently...
  15. Chandler#81

    Best/Worst QB - Kelly/Van Pelt?

    Yes, Jimbo hands down. When ‘the Best?’ is asked, just look at who may have been a 1st Ballot HOFer. If there’s one there, continue to Part II of the questionnaire. This is where the puzzle muddles. Dennis Shaw? ROY, out of the League in 5 years. Gary Marangi, Kay Stephenson, Bruce Mattheson, Hoebert, Todd Collins, Brian Brohm, Joe Dufek, EJ? Willie Toten??(I actually witnessed him beating the Champs in ‘87..) All good candidates, to be sure. Intermix decades of a plethora of middlings and you’re lost in the deep end. For my money, it’s Ritchie Lucas, hands down. As soon as that experiment ended, we began a Championship run.
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