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Joe B: Ed Oliver looking the part

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4 hours ago, YoloinOhio said:

Just a coincidence that all the OL have some mysterious “injuries” popping up so they don’t have to practice .. 🤨

Big guys don’t like the heat! They will be back out there when it matters.

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16 minutes ago, Augie said:

They could require help on that side. NOW, if someone can step up on the other side, we could have something dangerous! 

Absolutely. I love Lorax part time , if Murphy/Shaq step up we could have a deep dangerous DL

I also feel Harry Phillips is going to be a very good player , that DL has so much potential!

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29 minutes ago, Augie said:

They could require help on that side. NOW, if someone can step up on the other side, we could have something dangerous! 

Like.....Clowney?

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3 minutes ago, Jeetz1231 said:

Like.....Clowney?

 

Ahhhh, the contract and post contract effort as well as health concern me. But I know others feel differently. I’ll trust the FO there. 

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There is a lot to look forward to on this D-line.

 

Hughes facing fewer double teams.

Oliver will have an adjustment period but we haven't had a DT that can get in the paint since KW was in his prime.

Shaq is playing for the big second contract.

All signs are looking up for Murphy.

 

Add in the situational pressure from Lorax and this is a team that could really make opposing QBs uncomfortable.

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10 hours ago, jimmy10 said:

I know what’s on my Father’s Day wishlist!

 

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You are aiming too low..only a 25 footer?

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2 hours ago, FeelingOnYouboty said:

Once he improves his hand fighting he’s going to wreck everyone in this league

Literally the first and only time i have heard that Oliver needs to improve his hands.

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13 hours ago, YoloinOhio said:

because he quickly took advantage of Wyatt Teller's flinch to bring on a false start penalty.

 

Hopefully taking advantage of "the sled" and Teller will translate to taking advantage of everyone else come fall.  

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I can't believe he makes the OC run laps.  Do other teams do this? Seems a little degrading. 

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46 minutes ago, Romie said:

I can't believe he makes the OC run laps.  Do other teams do this? Seems a little degrading. 

 

If Oliver's this immense talent it also seems quite unfair.  Imagine of the Bills' OL from the '90s had to run laps because Bruce got the best of 'em.  

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3 minutes ago, Ronin said:

 

If Oliver's this immense talent it also seems quite unfair.  Imagine of the Bills' OL from the '90s had to run laps because Bruce got the best of 'em.  

Honestly though... Get beat 1 on 1. Don't cause a penalty.

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Is this a time when we are supposed to believe Joe B is right? 

 

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2 hours ago, ShadyBillsFan said:

Is this a time when we are supposed to believe Joe B is right? 

 

Blind squirrel comes to mind- but honestly Joe B usually can see the obvious, which is this kid is a huge talent.

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19 minutes ago, Buffalo Timmy said:

Blind squirrel comes to mind- but honestly Joe B usually can see the obvious, which is this kid is a huge talent.

usual and obvious are not his strong suits 

 

 

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Too bad EJ retired. He and Oliver could have a contest to see who can cause a false-start/Offside first.

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9 hours ago, Romie said:

I can't believe he makes the OC run laps.  Do other teams do this? Seems a little degrading. 

 

I just think about exercise and I feel humiliated.

It’s so icky.

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21 hours ago, JerseyBills said:

I can see him having an immediate impact sorta like Tre White , where we see very early on that this kid can play at a high level. Him and Hughes could be the quickest DE/DT combination in the game

so here come the penalties ?
Hughes gets off so quick he has to be held at times.
Oliver is just going to run over and or around guards Center. and inside tackles.
They will have to call something !

 

but your point is valid.
because no tape. surprise surprise surprise .

 meet Ed Oliver Mrs QB

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Been on these forums a long time and never made any claims remotely close to this on a draft pick. He will be in the Pro Bowl by year two if he stays healthy. 

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Remember going into the 2018 college football season that Ed Oliver was considered the best player in college regardless of position.

 

Fast forward a year later and the Bills got the best player in college football with the 9th overall pick.

 

We shall see how it works out.

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Can’t wait to see Ed Oliver in pads going full blast. He’s going to be unstoppable.

 

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On 6/11/2019 at 7:46 PM, Bills Survivor said:

I think the fact that the first three reactions to your post were sadness, confusion, and skepticism should suggest you reevaluate your outlook.

I’m planning on giving him a laughing emoji or a beer emoji

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Hope our revamped offensive line gives him a good challenge to practice against.

 

If he had joined the team last season, he'd probably think the NFL was going to be a breeze after lining up against our guys. Playing against experienced guys each day will really help him develop that much quicker.

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