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It's obvious that we need some speed and someone that can get down the field. Would it be worth it to offer the Seahawks a late round pick for next year ajd see if we can get him. He's only 25 and is still under his rookie contract so he is only set to make $1.9 million. Do any of you think it would be worth it?

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Why would the Seahawks trade him?

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2 hours ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

Why would the Seahawks trade him?

Exactly

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5 minutes ago, ClemsonBills said:

Why is everyone so hooked on getting a speed guy?

 

Clearly the Bills aren’t 

If and when Josh Allen is the QB, we'll need a speed guy to keep defenses honest and harness one of the few things Allen brings to the table: a huge arm.

 

Not sure we need that guy right now though.  Depends on how quickly they intend to push Allen through.

 

 

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2 hours ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

Why would the Seahawks trade him?

 

 

...why not Russell???.......

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lets see if Ray Ray makes the final roster first

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Let’s tank for him.

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2 minutes ago, mannc said:

Let’s tank for him.

 

 

....did you happen to see where the Mav's Cuban yapping about "tanking" cost him 600 grand penalty??......poor fellow...............

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It's sad when we have to talk about trying to acquire mediocre receiving talent because the bills have done such a crap job targeting skill position talent. 

 

That falls on beane and McDermott. 

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I think there's a better chance of getting Travis Benjamin 

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57 minutes ago, Jpsredemption said:

It's sad when we have to talk about trying to acquire mediocre receiving talent because the bills have done such a crap job targeting skill position talent. 

 

That falls on beane and McDermott. 

Or Beane and mcdermott realize poor qb play leads to poor wr play.  Maybe they think they will get better qb play this year which will lead to better wr play and we will all forget about needing a "star" wr.

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4 hours ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

Why would the Seahawks trade him?

 

We are going to ask very, very nicely? 

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Just now, Augie said:

We are going to ask very, very nicely? 

 

Bring up the Lynch trade while asking perhaps.

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Sammy would have been a nice target for Allen.  We have the least threatening receivers in the nfl.

 

im not high on McCarron and wasn’t a big fan of Allen but man, they have set them up poorly.

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1 hour ago, Jpsredemption said:

It's sad when we have to talk about trying to acquire mediocre receiving talent because the bills have done such a crap job targeting skill position talent. 

 

That falls on beane and McDermott. 

Always good to know we can count on these posts from you

Worthless yet consistant

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7 minutes ago, C.Biscuit97 said:

Sammy would have been a nice target for Allen.  We have the least threatening receivers in the nfl.

 

im not high on McCarron and wasn’t a big fan of Allen but man, they have set them up poorly.

Not at $16 million per year.

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6 minutes ago, Dalton said:

Not at $16 million per year.

I think Sammy would have been a monster with a big armed qb like Allen. Our receivers don’t scare defenses in the slightest.  And our front office hasn’t shown an ability to find ones that do. You are severely limiting your offense with a big play threat.  We have a bunch of slow outside wrs and slot guys.

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1 hour ago, Dalton said:

Not at $16 million per year.

 

Thats what WR1s cost these days 

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1 hour ago, Dalton said:

Not at $16 million per year.

 

Kc Chiefs > Dalton 

 

 

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2 hours ago, John from Riverside said:

Always good to know we can count on these posts from you

Worthless yet consistant

OK so please proceed by letting me know the dynamic job they've done.

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35 minutes ago, Jpsredemption said:

OK so please proceed by letting me know the dynamic job they've done.

Well lets start with making the playoffs for the first time in 17 years.

 

Since well you know the job they have done does not solely revolve around one position on the team, are dealing with a modified rebiuld, and are dealing with a big dead cap situation while they are doing it.

 

Yet still found enough offensive production to make the playoffs......so yeah there is that.

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4 hours ago, Jpsredemption said:

OK so please proceed by letting me know the dynamic job they've done.

 

This crap blows my mind. People act as if nfl teams should get built overnight. Name a single opportunity the Bills have had at acquiring a top tier wide receiver. They had one chance to get a solid guy, and they traded a 3rd for him. Other than that, what were they going to do?

 

There was nobody in the draft they would have taken high, and if they took a wr instead of Allen or Edmunds there would have been riots. Should they have traded a first for Antonio Brown or Julio? I genuinely don't know what you expected them to do. The time to get a wr will come, and I expect them to do it when the opportunity is there. For now they built up the secondary in year one, and addressed the front 7 and qb so far in year two. It will take time. 

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2 minutes ago, ColdFront_USAF said:

 

This crap blows my mind. People act as if nfl teams should get built overnight. Name a single opportunity the Bills have had at acquiring a top tier wide receiver. They had one chance to get a solid guy, and they traded a 3rd for him. Other than that, what were they going to do?

 

There was nobody in the draft they would have taken high, and if they took a wr instead of Allen or Edmunds there would have been riots. Should they have traded a first for Antonio Brown or Julio? I genuinely don't know what you expected them to do. The time to get a wr will come, and I expect them to do it when the opportunity is there. For now they built up the secondary in year one, and addressed the front 7 and qb so far in year two. It will take time. 

They're the same people who throw a fit if they don't get their Happy Meal at the drive through in less than a minute.  And God forbid if they don't include the toy.

 

They have young guys in camp.  Let's see what they do first.

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