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1 hour ago, LabattBlue said:

OJ

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Perhaps the only guy deserving to be on both walls.

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18 minutes ago, Kirby Jackson said:

Are people really not putting Peterman up there?!? He is literally the worst QB in history!!! We kept trotting him out there and acting like he was a viable option. Nothing has brought more shame to this franchise than his performance against the Chargers. That whole situation was an absolute, predictable, train wreck. 

 

He is numbers 1-10 on the list.

 

How could we even think about Peterman when Mario Williams phoned it in after he didn't get his mini fridge...🤣

 

Peterman is perhaps the most bizarre story in the history of the franchise. 

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2 hours ago, PirateHookerMD said:

Put Derrick Dockery and Langston Walker up there together as a package. 

I remember that hype...geez.

15 minutes ago, Big C said:

 

How could we even think about Peterman when Mario Williams phoned it in after he didn't get his mini fridge...🤣

 

Peterman is perhaps the most bizarre story in the history of the franchise. 

What about the woman that "dumped" Williams and he fell to pieces.

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46 minutes ago, Kirby Jackson said:

Are people really not putting Peterman up there?!? He is literally the worst QB in history!!! We kept trotting him out there and acting like he was a viable option. Nothing has brought more shame to this franchise than his performance against the Chargers. That whole situation was an absolute, predictable, train wreck. 

 

He is numbers 1-10 on the list.

 

...seriously?....he was a hitless 5th round (NO) wonder........let 'em sail off into obscurity......

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Coaches: Rex and Rob Ryan

Players: Aaron Maybin and Nate Peterman

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9 minutes ago, Happy Gilmore said:

Coaches: Rex and Rob Ryan

Players: Aaron Maybin and Nate Peterman

I might swap Hobert in for Peterman.  Peterman at least tried, but then again Hobert  didn’t have a public relations machine behind him making slick (I.e., inaccurate) videos about his skills.

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Had Trump purchased the Bills, a wall of shame would be long enough to seal the Mexican border.

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Travis Henry - hell of a RB but 18 kids or so, busted for running a drug cartel

Mike Williams - OL 1st round pick, stunk

Aaron Maybin

Chris Watson - he was toast

Leodis McKelvin - returning kicks and punts

 

I assume Peterman and OJ are already locks in the top 2

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1 hour ago, Ethan in Portland said:

 

Mario most definitely lived up to the hype. Rex destroyed the defense.

Imo for a 6 year deal at the time that was the biggest contract ever for a defensive player, I expected a little more.  He was okay his first year, good the next 2 years, then Rex happened.

 

Agree on Rex ruining things but still doesn't excuse Super Mario for giving up.  

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1 hour ago, McNubbins said:

Marrone.

 

 

Excellent choice as a person but Hank Bullough and Kay Stephenson were by far worse as coaches.

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57 minutes ago, Another Fan said:

Imo for a 6 year deal at the time that was the biggest contract ever for a defensive player, I expected a little more.  He was okay his first year, good the next 2 years, then Rex happened.

 

Agree on Rex ruining things but still doesn't excuse Super Mario for giving up.  

Yup.  He became frustrated with the defense and his lack of effort showed on the field.  Here's a breakdown by Prisco at the time.

 

https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/after-further-review-heres-the-proof-that-mario-williams-quit-on-the-bills/

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Doug Whaley, Rex and Reggie Ragland. That’s when I knew I had just wasted a few years of my football life. 

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10 minutes ago, BoccesOnTransit said:

 

The top position in my opinion!

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30 minutes ago, BuffaloBill said:

 

 

Excellent choice as a person but Hank Bullough and Kay Stephenson were by far worse as coaches.

Many, hell most who post on TBD will never know how bad these two were and the really bad days of the franchise; at least during the drought we scored points, won games, and still had a shot in early November!!! These two coupled with Harvey Johnson and Stew Barber in the front office... enough said!

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6 hours ago, billsfan5121 said:

There are certainly many players that could work, but Davis has to be the guy.  That’s embarrassing.  

 

I also think Trent Edwards belongs, if for nothing else, that 4th down play at the end of the Packers game in 2010.  I don’t remember the details but I vaguely remember it being a 4th and long and he either threw it for a couple yards or ran out of bounds for a couple yards?

 

Peterman did something similar vs the Bears last year.  He will get nominated 100 times so I won’t bother 

Trent once extended the ball out in traffic to get it to the first down marker. Of course, the play didn’t stop like it was a TD.....and the Dolphins (I believe) just took the ball away from him. It looked kind of like he was handing it over to them. First time playing football? Priceless moment.

 

But it’s hard to top quitting at halftime! 

 

 

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Posted (edited)

Ronnie Harmon 

Kyle Orton ( Think I’ll go fetal instead of going for that first down)

2002 Bills Defense

Tom Bresnahan - an O- Line coach getting a black eye from a receivers coach/ shameful!!!

 

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1 minute ago, Buffalo Boy said:

Ronnie Harmon 

Kyle Orton ( Think I’ll go fetal instead of going for that first down)

 

He had heart!!!

 

 

 

He just didn’t waste it on football......

23 minutes ago, BoccesOnTransit said:

 

 

Josh Allen does NOT approve. 

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James Hardy.  Most receptions in Hoosier history ended up in stories as illiterate, and embarrassingly flopped with the Bills over 3 games and 7 more in Baltimore.  Found dead in a river by his home, mostly speculated as a suicide, but nothing official.  Bad pick, but sad story.  Just b/c you don’t make it in the NFL doesn’t mean you end you’re life.

 

The only loser here from a football stance is another bad decision in the draft without vetting the talent properly.

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