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22 hours ago, K-9 said:

Scrappy squared? Scrappy to the 2nd power? 

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It is interesting that he is listed on Pro Football Reference  as a FB/WR one year.  I do not follow the pokes but he does not seem FB type.

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Beasley was my favorite offseason move. My love for him is downright weird. If you really think about it though he is exactly what we need. If he clicks with Allen there's a good 65 catches minimum, if not more. 

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Beasley will be a good post game interview! Cant wait to hear him!

12 hours ago, machine gun kelly said:

I can’t wait to see him play this year and exactly what Allen needs

It is funny how Beasley likes to 'Talk" to Josh Allen during practice. It is good for Allen to have Beasley calling him out. The wiley veteran and the young gun!

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7 hours ago, NewDayBills said:

Beasley was my favorite offseason move. My love for him is downright weird. If you really think about it though he is exactly what we need. If he clicks with Allen there's a good 65 catches minimum, if not more. 

I have a feeling they have already clicked!

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He's pretty low mileage though, for a slot.  He's had over 75 targets only twice in his career.

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10 hours ago, Mr. WEO said:

He's pretty low mileage though, for a slot.  He's had over 75 targets only twice in his career.

I know. The game has changed over the years. 75 balls used to be a lot.

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On 7/4/2019 at 7:28 AM, eball said:

Don't talk to me about ability unless you include availability.

 

Sammy Watkins, are you listening?

Yeah, are you listening Tyler Kroft?  

 

And its today’s nfl.  Beasley, Edelman, and all those small slot guys would have been died in the old nfl.  Back in the day, when the ball wasn’t in air and a receiver was 5 yards from the line of scrimmage, you could destroy a crossing receiver. LBs lived for that.  It’s such a different game.

 

that said, Beasley is a sick athlete. There’s videos of doing 360 dunks.  

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3 minutes ago, C.Biscuit97 said:

Yeah, are you listening Tyler Kroft?  

 

And its today’s nfl.  Beasley, Edelman, and all those small slot guys would have been died in the old nfl.  Back in the day, when the ball wasn’t in air and a receiver was 5 yards from the line of scrimmage, you could destroy a crossing receiver. LBs lived for that.  It’s such a different game.

 

that said, Beasley is a sick athlete. There’s videos of doing 360 dunks.  

You are absolutely right...these guys would have been hammered! I really like Beasley.

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14 minutes ago, Rocket94 said:

You are absolutely right...these guys would have been hammered! I really like Beasley.

Oh I agree. I always loved Beasley on the Cowboys.  Plus, he’s actually not a bad rapper (he put out an album).  Some think Allen’s short throws are his biggest struggle so Beasley should help out big time. 

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Just now, C.Biscuit97 said:

Oh I agree. I always loved Beasley on the Cowboys.  Plus, he’s actually not a bad rapper (he put out an album).  Some think Allen’s short throws are his biggest struggle so Beasley should help out big time. 

Beasley has also said that he talks a lot to Allen during practice. That is going to help Allen...having a wiley veteran around! And he is a rapper too!

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27 minutes ago, C.Biscuit97 said:

Yeah, are you listening Tyler Kroft?  

 

And its today’s nfl.  Beasley, Edelman, and all those small slot guys would have been died in the old nfl.  Back in the day, when the ball wasn’t in air and a receiver was 5 yards from the line of scrimmage, you could destroy a crossing receiver. LBs lived for that.  It’s such a different game.

 

that said, Beasley is a sick athlete. There’s videos of doing 360 dunks.  

That's a lot of dunks!

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35 minutes ago, C.Biscuit97 said:

Yeah, are you listening Tyler Kroft?  

 

And its today’s nfl.  Beasley, Edelman, and all those small slot guys would have been died in the old nfl.  Back in the day, when the ball wasn’t in air and a receiver was 5 yards from the line of scrimmage, you could destroy a crossing receiver. LBs lived for that.  It’s such a different game.

 

that said, Beasley is a sick athlete. There’s videos of doing 360 dunks.  

 

Still allowed as long as he doesn't hit the receiver in the back or the receiver is beyond the defender. 

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19 minutes ago, Mr. WEO said:

 

Still allowed as long as he doesn't hit the receiver in the back or the receiver is beyond the defender. 

I was talking with a friend about this and we couldn’t remember if it was legal. I got see a ref flagging it if a guy goes head over heels though. 

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Just now, C.Biscuit97 said:

I was talking with a friend about this and we couldn’t remember if it was legal. I got see a ref flagging it if a guy goes head over heels though. 

 

Yeah not sure how they (refs) would view that today.  That might be more than a "chuck", which I don't think has been defined.

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Sounds like it's about time for him to sustain a major injury. That would be so Billsy.

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On 7/7/2019 at 10:26 AM, C.Biscuit97 said:

Oh I agree. I always loved Beasley on the Cowboys.  Plus, he’s actually not a bad rapper (he put out an album).  Some think Allen’s short throws are his biggest struggle so Beasley should help out big time. 

 

All rapping is bad just some is worse than others.

On 7/8/2019 at 6:20 AM, MacGyver said:

Sounds like it's about time for him to sustain a major injury. That would be so Billsy.

 

You could take one for him.  Maybe break your hand so you could not type?

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50 minutes ago, Limeaid said:

You could take one for him.  Maybe break your hand so you could not type?

 

I can type with one hand.

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On 7/9/2019 at 9:41 AM, Limeaid said:

 

All rapping is bad just some is worse than others.

 

You could take one for him.  Maybe break your hand so you could not type?

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On 7/4/2019 at 3:57 PM, Rocket94 said:

The scrapper, the scrapman!

 

To the Scrapmobile! 😎

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31 minutes ago, The Senator said:

 

To the Scrapmobile! 😎

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That's him...cant wait to see him! Beasley should help Allen!

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That's a great point. I hardly consider the importance of an iron man since I'm too focused on categorizing players as injury prone / not injury prone.. but considering a durability as great as Cole's is been is a huge deal knowing you have security at position depth in a league where season success is often also a war of attrition. He's a signing I've been clamoring for the last 3 years, but I didn't know about this attribute until now, so this signing has some icing on the cake.

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On 7/9/2019 at 8:41 AM, Limeaid said:

 

All rapping is bad just some is worse than others.

 

You could take one for him.  Maybe break your hand so you could not type?

You sir have besmirched the legendary Biggie Smalls. The Notorious B.I.G made timeless jams and shall be enshrined on Mount Rushmore along with Beethoven, Miles Davis, The Beatles, and Elvis Presley.

 

Hip hop allowed Outkast's Hey Ya! to be made. Don't tell me you have not rocked to Hey Ya! played at virtually every wedding you may have attended since 2003 because that is humanly impossible.

 

But Cole likely sucks (EDIT: at rap) don't listen to him. Also there's a special place in Rochester for anyone jinxing Cole on this thread. The key is to reverse jinx. Say to yourself "oh he could get hurt" and he doesn't. The opposite of when commentators praise a player's durability on the very play he sustains a season long injury. Jinxes are a powerful force.

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