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Hey bills fans ,

Very hard game for us yesterday. Bad all around. After looking back at the game we can’t put ALL of the blame on peterman, Oline was trash but the biggest thing that bugged me was our WR group.

No one, absolutely no one was getting open .. 

which caused peterman to struggle I believe the most, Even thou peterman is a very subpar. 

I wanna ask you

How long will it take for us to address the receiver position ? Who do we add if we do ? 

Also do you think Allen should start ?  Or peterman?

 

I HOPE EVERYTHING PICKS UP NEXT WEEK  

GO BILLS !

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So many holes. We really need a new coach and gm. 

 

This looks like another start of a very long playoff drought because of a overzealous gm who need “their” players. 

 

This is what happens when insecurity replaces judgement in turning over a roster. 

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The Bills need new starters at:

 

  • two new wide receivers
  • a new LG, C, RG and RT
  • a new tight end
  • a new defensive end
  • a new defensive tackle
  • a new SLB
  • a new CB and Nickel CB

This roster is a disaster. 

 

Yes, Allen will start. They can't play Peterman again. 

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It will take several years.  Don’t see this regime making it through.  The Jets seem way ahed of us and they have a 100 mil in cap space next year.  

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1 minute ago, offyourocker said:

It will take several years.  Don’t see this regime making it through.  The Jets seem way ahed of us and they have a 100 mil in cap space next year.  

They are 2 years further ahead in the rebuild. 

5 minutes ago, COTC said:

So many holes. We really need a new coach and gm. 

 

This looks like another start of a very long playoff drought because of a overzealous gm who need “their” players. 

 

This is what happens when insecurity replaces judgement in turning over a roster. 

I don’t think that is what they did. 

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They should trade for McCown. This team is too bad for Allen to be plugged in right now. What an unmitigated disaster 

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2 minutes ago, COTC said:

So many holes. We really need a new coach and gm. 

 

This looks like another start of a very long playoff drought because of overzealous gm who need “their” players. 

 

This is what happens when insecurity replaces judgement in turning over a roster. 

The failure I witnessed at the game starts at the top. Many holes were not addressed in the off season in fact some were created. McBeane seemed more concerned about removing talent than acquiring it.

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Just now, VADC Bills said:

The failure I witnessed at the game starts at the top. Many holes were not addressed in the off season in fact some were created. McBeane seemed more concerned about removing talent than acquiring it.

How do you propose they fill those gaps?

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1 minute ago, Boatdrinks said:

They should trade for McCown. This team is too bad for Allen to be plugged in right now. What an unmitigated disaster 

Zero chance the jets trade him.

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4 minutes ago, offyourocker said:

It will take several years.  Don’t see this regime making it through.  The Jets seem way ahed of us and they have a 100 mil in cap space next year.  

Didn't they have tons of money this past off-season too? 

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2 minutes ago, Batman1876 said:

They are 2 years further ahead in the rebuild. 

I don’t think that is what they did. 

The Jets just added their QB this year. They are ahead in their rebuild because they actually kept some of their talent around, 

Just now, Zebrastripes said:

Zero chance the jets trade him.

Wishful thinking, I know. The Bills needed to get a veteran to play this year and they failed. 

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7 minutes ago, Boatdrinks said:

They should trade for McCown. This team is too bad for Allen to be plugged in right now. What an unmitigated disaster 

 

With Bridgewater traded the NYJ are not dealing Darnold's veteran mentor McCown and especially not to an intra-dvisional team.

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1 minute ago, Batman1876 said:

How do you propose they fill those gaps?

I for one question if it is possible. When they came in and started trading the best talent, I thought they were betting on themselves in an arrogant way. That they would have one if the great draft runs in history for a couple years. They dug themselves too big a hole to get out of without getting fired first. 

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2 minutes ago, Boatdrinks said:

The Jets just added their QB this year. They are ahead in their rebuild because they actually kept some of their talent around, 

Wishful thinking, I know. The Bills needed to get a veteran to play this year and they failed. 

The jets started their post Rex rebuild two years ahead of us. They got their QB after year 3.

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1 minute ago, COTC said:

So many holes. We really need a new coach and gm. 

 

This looks like another start of a very long playoff drought because of overzealous gm who need “their” players. 

 

This is what happens when insecurity replaces judgement in turning over a roster. 

 

I agree whole-heartedly, except that it's not insecurity overcoming judgement.   McDermott and Beane are simply incompetent at running a football team.  If McDermott stuck to coaching the team, he'd be okay, but both he and Beane are clueless when it comes to talent evaluation and cap management, so allowing them control over personnel and cap management is a prescription for epic fail.

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1 minute ago, 26CornerBlitz said:

 

With Bridgewater traded the NYJ are dealing Darnold's veteran mentor McCown and especially not an intra-dvisional team.

I’m aware of that. It was more wishful thinking than anything. I know it’s beyond unlikely 

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Just now, Batman1876 said:

The jets started their post Rex rebuild two years ahead of us. They got their QB after year 3.

Right. They did keep some of their talent around while adding some good players. I don’t think they got rid of everyone that was decent. 

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One great draft and free agent class like last year. If teller is legit that’s a hole filled. 

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12 minutes ago, Boatdrinks said:

I for one question if it is possible. When they came in and started trading the best talent, I thought they were betting on themselves in an arrogant way. That they would have one if the great draft runs in history for a couple years. They dug themselves too big a hole to get out of without getting fired first. 

I think they get st least 4 years. You don’t make the moves they did without some expectation of security.  They won’t be fired because the team regressed this year, clearly regression was expected. They’ll be fired if their efforts to rebuild don’t pay dividends. 

13 minutes ago, Boatdrinks said:

Right. They did keep some of their talent around while adding some good players. I don’t think they got rid of everyone that was decent. 

They were 5-11 twice. The first 5-11 was an over achievement.

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Just now, Batman1876 said:

I think they get st least 4 years. You don’t make the moves they did without some expectation of security.  They won’t be fired because the team regressed this year, clearly regression was expected. They’ll be fired if their efforts to rebuild don’t pay dividends. 

You might be right, but I don’t think I’d bet on them succeeding. You can’t gut a roster and play with a team of backup players because you’re smarter than everyone else. It just doesn’t work that way. 

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It's going to be a while and my biggest concern is WR.  We need two and both need to be legit and they're not going to come from free agency.  It's going to take significant draft capital to get there and there's so many other positions that need to come from the draft as well.  

 

It's so hard when you do not have one WR to add to.  

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8 minutes ago, aristocrat said:

One great draft and free agent class like last year. If teller is legit that’s a hole filled. 

If Teller is legit,  my god play him NOW

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8 minutes ago, Boatdrinks said:

You might be right, but I don’t think I’d bet on them succeeding. You can’t gut a roster and play with a team of backup players because you’re smarter than everyone else. It just doesn’t work that way. 

Tre,  Dawkins and Milano look good from 2017 that’s not bad. This year’s draft is too early to tell but early returns are promising. I’ll be interested to see what they can do in FA when they can afford higher tier guys.  Our mid to low tier guys are a mixed bag.

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