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  1. http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/24045670/ranking-nfl-best-worst-offensive-arsenals-weapons-2018#buf How they ranked them: These rankings are attempting to consider a team's skill-position talent without including the impact of the quarterback, offensive line or scheme. These rankings don't include contract value. I'm solely considering how these players will perform in 2018. The arsenals are weighted more toward receivers. Top-level talent wins out over depth. Didn't mention everyone. 29. Buffalo Bills "Knees are the concern with the Bills' weapons. Tight end Charles Clayhas spent the majority of his Bills career battling through knee issues. Top wideout Kelvin Benjamin was traded to the Bills in part because the Panthers were concerned about the long-term health of his knees. Second-year receiver Zay Jones, who was the worst starting wideout in the NFL last season by most metrics, underwent knee surgery in May. Shady McCoy saw his yards per carry drop by more than a full yard last season, although that was likely due more to an ill-fitting scheme than any significant drop in McCoy's own level of play. After the soon-to-be-30-year-old halfback, though, the Bills will be relying on players with a track record of injuries to catch passes from first-round pick Josh Allen (or AJ McCarron or Nathan Peterman). This is another team likely to be shopping for receivers next offseason." Soooo...the only teams ranked lower than us are the #32 Jets, #31 Dolphins & #30 Cowboys. I find it amusing that 3 of the bottom 4 teams in terms of offensive capabilities are AFC East teams. As if the Patriots didn't have it easy at the top of the division the past decade & a half, the other teams in their division can't seem to ever find a way to put together a potent offense. Granted, if either us or the Jets hit at QB this will change significantly (regardless of what the metrics used say, QB relevance still factors in to subconscious opinion), but it's just a problem that's plagued this division for so long now.
  2. Episode #1 of theRalphRant....brand new Bills Talk Show. theRalph discusses Josh Allen's selection by the Bills with the 7th pick in the 2018 NFL Draft. https://youtu.be/VOBj9pnY9s0 Better quality directly on YOUTUBE...embedded version is really compressed
  3. Damn there are a lot in this column and he is not a Bills fan. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000932109/article/nfl-people-to-root-for-larry-fitzgerald-carson-wentz-eric-berry BUFFALO BILLS: Nathan Peterman, QB Hey, he never asked to be involved in the drama between Tyrod Taylor and the Bills. Peterman was pushed into a position he never should have been in. It was like putting a toddler in the driver's seat of an RV. It might make for a cute photo, but that RV is going to crash. The Bills' RV did. I just don't want Peterman's only NFL experience to be his 87-interception performance against the Chargers. His grandkids are going to Google that one day. Well I cheer for the zebras in games of opposition foes so I guess someone will. I did not get to see game so I missed 82 of the interceptions but I am sure they are there since it was posted there were on NFL.com. CLEVELAND BROWNS: Tyrod Taylor, QB Taylor was never given a chance in Buffalo. He won't get one in Cleveland, no matter what Hue Jackson says. I want to live in a world where a team actually wants Tyrod to be its quarterback, and he takes that team to the Super Bowl ... where it loses to the Bears. LOS ANGELES RAMS: Wade Phillips, DC Truly one of the most entertaining coaches in NFL history and clearly one of the very best at what he does. I hope he's able to keep his stable of heels on top, like the NFL version of Bobby Heenan. OAKLAND RAIDERS: Marshawn Lynch, RB Sorry, not sorry. Having Marshawn in the league just makes the NFL a better place. And I would like him to help deliver the Raiders one last ride before the team moves to Las Vegas. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS: Marquise Goodwin, WR This touchdown to honor his son is everything you want from your sports heroes.
  4. The bar is for sale again! First buyer didn't show up. Won't last long. https://buffalo.craigslist.org/fuo/d/buffalo-bills-bar/6580760469.html This is a one of a kind Buffalo Bills Bar. It is a fold down bar from the 1950s. Storage underneath, a shelf that slides out when you pull open the door, and a mirror inside. Authentic Bills colors and LED lights inside the bar that can be blue, red, or green, or a combination. Check out the brass on the bottom of the bar legs. Tailgate like a boss or throw the ultimate party. I will include 6 brand new Bills glasses that are in the bar. Just in time for Father's Day.
  5. I am the egg man

    Allen or Dahlin: Who will be better ?

    Anyone care to speculate ?
  6. In case anyone else, like me, is finding it hard to keep score. Any college football mavens got gouge on possible prospects at OL, WR, etc?