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58 minutes ago, MJS said:

I like Reilly more than Kelvin Benjamin.

 

He definitely gave more in the form of work ethic than Benjamin did which is really to bad ! But KB is in the play offs so i guess he's where he wants to be but i would bet Reid gets him figured out after time if they bring him back next year .

 

I think he is just a band aid until Sammy get's back healthy ...

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Just now, T master said:

 

He definitely gave more in the form of work ethic than Benjamin did which is really to bad ! But KB is in the play offs so i guess he's where he wants to be but i would bet Reid gets him figured out after time if they bring him back next year .

 

I think he is just a band aid until Sammy get's back healthy ...

 

Ha!  Good one!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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1 hour ago, MJS said:

I like Reilly more than Kelvin Benjamin.

 

I like my mother-in-law more than Kelvin Benjamin.

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4 hours ago, Tenhigh said:

Honestly, I never understood it to begin with.   At least I hope I didn't.  

I think you did!

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5 minutes ago, Starr Almighty said:

The only player people loved more than these WRs was Michael Jasper 🤣

What about "The Chroise".....Gibran Hamdan?

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1 hour ago, Jay_Fixit said:

You’re forgetting the big one.

 

Martin Nance.

 

Was going to write the exact same thing. 

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9 hours ago, Ol Dirty B said:

Well.... he's not good. Wish him the best. Actually I don't because that would be wishing the cowboys the best of luck and I can't stand that boring ass team.

 

I'm curious why you say he isn't good. His only exposure was a preseason game where he made more tough catches than all of our receivers made this year combined. Obviously a good preseason game doesn't make someone a quality player, but I always thought it was ridiculous he never even got a chance in a real game considering our lack of talent at that position. Was there something about his practices that made the coaches dismiss him? Or was it just his injuries? 

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3 hours ago, billsredneck1 said:

without looking,  it was against the pats...which also led me to ask myself if i could actually remember any wr catching a td pass against them since.......

Against the Giants, not the Pats...

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7 hours ago, WhyteDwarf said:

 

It was mainly fans who were upset about losing Hogan.  Who is only good because of Brady.

Dwarf logic.

3 hours ago, LABILLBACKER said:

Exactly,  it wouldn't surprise me if Reilly eventually makes the roster and contributes. I guess we should've cut Foster immediately. Nobody knows anything about anyone until their career plays out.

Thank you.

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7 hours ago, BringBackFergy said:

Greatest Bills’ WR’s to never demonstrate anything:

* Brandon Reilly

* Da’Rick Rogers

* Duke Williams

* Naaman Roosevelt. 

In fairness, Naaman did make a few plays!  

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12 hours ago, BringBackFergy said:

Greatest Bills’ WR’s to never demonstrate anything:

* Brandon Reilly

* Da’Rick Rogers

* Duke Williams

* Naaman Roosevelt.

James hardy

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12 hours ago, BringBackFergy said:

Greatest Bills’ WR’s to never demonstrate anything:

* Brandon Reilly

* Da’Rick Rogers

* Duke Williams

* Naaman Roosevelt. 

 

They may not make the Wall of Fame, but maybe you could rig something that could hang on a Porta-Potty at Hammers lot??? 

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11 minutes ago, Augie said:

 

They may not make the Wall of Fame, but maybe you could rig something that could hang on a Porta-Potty at Hammers lot??? 

Ya’ mean @mead107‘s lot???  He basically runs the show there. 

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Just now, BringBackFergy said:

Ya’ mean @mead107‘s lot???  He basically runs the show there. 

 

I don’t really want Mead mixing the stromboli and the porta-potty. Maybe that’s just me? 

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15 hours ago, BringBackFergy said:

Greatest Bills’ WR’s to never demonstrate anything:

* Brandon Reilly

* Da’Rick Rogers

* Duke Williams

* Naaman Roosevelt. 

Honorable mention: Martin Nance

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12 hours ago, Mark Vader said:

What about "The Chroise".....Gibran Hamdan?

I remember him.

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23 hours ago, T master said:

 

He definitely gave more in the form of work ethic than Benjamin did which is really to bad ! But KB is in the play offs so i guess he's where he wants to be but i would bet Reid gets him figured out after time if they bring him back next year .

 

I think he is just a band aid until Sammy get's back healthy ...

 

I have a recurrent image of Mahomes targeting a wide-open KB in the end zone with a chance to win the game...and he can't haul it in.

 

It's already happened.  I wouldn't say it was a perfect Mahomes pass, but it went through KB's hands and hit the left side of his jersey right by the numbers.  KB fail.

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On 1/11/2019 at 6:06 AM, BringBackFergy said:

Greatest Bills’ WR’s to never demonstrate anything:

* Brandon Reilly

* Da’Rick Rogers

* Duke Williams

* Naaman Roosevelt. 

How do you put Duke Williams with this group?

 

He demonstrated quite a lot in 2 CFL seasons.

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