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RB Frank Gore (Dolphins) to the Bills

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I hate this team when they do things like this. 

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3 minutes ago, YoloinOhio said:

 

Trading Shady ??? We sure didn't sign him for Special Teams and there are lots and lots of RBs available in the Draft.

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On opening day of FA you shouldn’t be spending 1 second for your day singing Frank Gore but ok. 

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Our three starters are nearly 100 years old combined. Has that ever happened? 95 baby! 

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McCoy, Ivory, Gore. We now have 3 of the top 13 active leaders in rushing yards. Gore #1, McCoy #3 and Ivory #13. Got that going for us.

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A fourth round pick would be much more appealing. I honestly don't understand this one.

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This team just doesn’t get it 

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I'm fine with it. Our RBs will live and die with our OL.

 

Get to signing OL, Beane.

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Well, now we can bill it a Jurassic backfield.   Christ, really? How about some young legs? 

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This signing is worth it to me for the overreactions and hand wringing alone.

Side note: No NFL team in history has a better all-time backfield than the Bills:

OJ Simpson
Thurman Thomas
Marshawn Lynch
LeSean McCoy
Frank Gore
Cookie Gilchrist
 

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I mean sure he's old but this doesn't seem like that expensive or long a deal.

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4 minutes ago, Buddo said:

I'm not sure quite why, but I really do love this. It must be the completely against the grain aspect of it. In fairness, Gore has still been productive, even at his relatively advanced age, and the cost is minimal.

 I agree 100%, I'm not sure why you love this

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1 minute ago, John from Riverside said:

Never mind....break out the sharp objects to get rid of some of these fools on TBD

 

HE IS STILL PLAYING WELL

ITS A TWO MILLION DOLLAR DEAL

CALM DOWN

0 rushing TDs last year. He'll be 36 years old for opening day. Tied with Sproles for oldest RB in the league. Sproles he is not. 

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Oh how I have missed over reactive Bills fans. Gore is still playing at a high level. He can do everything even though he is older. They will cut Ivory and prob draft a RB in the mid rounds. Calm down. 

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I would expect that Gore is coming in to be a 3rd down guy who can pass protect for Allen. Something none of the Bills backs were particularly good at. Still ran for almost 800 yards and over 4 YPC last year

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Just now, CommonCents said:

On opening day of FA you shouldn’t be spending 1 second for your day singing Frank Gore but ok. 

Come on! This is Early Bird Special day, after all.

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Not quite sure what to make of this. Despite his age, he's still highly productive. Totally different running style than McCoy as well. And I don't know if this means Ivory will be cut. They seem to really like him and he's sneaky good catching out of the backfield as he showed a couple times last year. Still though, it really doesn't fit with their narrative of overhauling the roster with the youth movement. I gotta imagine they're poised to grab a kid in the mid-rounds who would probably be overjoyed. What young back wouldn't wanna learn from Gore and McCoy?

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