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https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/08/15/panthers-impressed-by-tremaine-edmunds-in-joint-practices/

 

“It was kind of neat first-hand to watch him,” Edmunds said, via WGR550.com. “We ran a screen against them. It looked like it was going to pick up some pretty good yardage, and he was able to break through and run it down and keep it about four yards. I think the young man is on his way to being one of those types of players that can be with a team for 10-12 years and be an impact guy for a long time.”

 

 

 

 

 

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Keep your eyes on your own players

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1 minute ago, ShadyBillsFan said:

Very nice ....

 

 

 

Queue the 

 

It's just Coach Speak ....  

there's a certain poster that has this as his specialty.  

 

if something good is said about the bills, it's followed up by, "well...what is he supposed to say", or, "you guys are in love with him now because he said something positive".

 

if something bad is said about the bills, it's followed up by, "this is just how everyone who isn't a homer sees the bills", or something terrible along those lines.

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3 minutes ago, teef said:

there's a certain poster that has this as his specialty.  

 

if something good is said about the bills, it's followed up by, "well...what is he supposed to say", or, "you guys are in love with him now because he said something positive".

 

if something bad is said about the bills, it's followed up by, "this is just how everyone who isn't a homer sees the bills", or something terrible along those lines.

 

Oh, there's more than one.  But yeah ... one definitely leads the league in that crap over the others.

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1 minute ago, Gugny said:

 

Oh, there's more than one.  But yeah ... one definitely leads the league in that crap over the others.

there sure is.  he's also a big fan of implying someone is a racist, without actually saying it.  it's fun!

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4 minutes ago, teef said:

there's a certain poster that has this as his specialty.  

 

if something good is said about the bills, it's followed up by, "well...what is he supposed to say", or, "you guys are in love with him now because he said something positive".

 

if something bad is said about the bills, it's followed up by, "this is just how everyone who isn't a homer sees the bills", or something terrible along those lines.

 

 

 

#teef+Scott+obsession

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He is beast! Can’t wait to see him wreck shop this year especial with that D-lime in front of him...

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8 minutes ago, wppete said:

He is beast! Can’t wait to see him wreck shop this year especial with that D-lime in front of him...

Ed and Star are going to keep him clean!

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10 minutes ago, Element115 said:

I wonder why he didn't say anything nice about Allen.

Maybe because Allen isn't good 😏or maybe it would be odd to reply to a question about Edmunds by talking about Allen. I'm leaning towards the latter 

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14 minutes ago, wppete said:

He is beast! Can’t wait to see him wreck shop this year especial with that D-lime in front of him...

Is a D-lime some sort PED.

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Just now, formerlyofCtown said:

Is a D-lime some sort PED.

No amigo, es for d Corona

Image result for corona with lime

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31 minutes ago, HOUSE said:

Keep your eyes on your own players

 

If anything, Ron Rivera should be telling this to McD

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Posted (edited)
6 hours ago, formerlyofCtown said:

Is a D-lime some sort PED.

where's the coconut 

 

 

D-lime in the coconut and drink it all up.

Edited by ShadyBillsFan
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7 minutes ago, Happy Gilmore said:

 

If anything, Ron Rivera should be telling this to McD

 

Not if they are sloppy seconds...

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My favorite part of this article is at the end, where Babich says that Edmunds is like a combination of Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs. 

That's one badass combination right there.

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2 minutes ago, Logic said:

My favorite part of this article is at the end, where Babich says that Edmunds is like a combination of Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs. 

That's one badass combination right there.

Took me a second to figure out what you were talking about.

 

https://wgr550.radio.com/articles/news/tremaine-edmunds-made-quite-impression-panthers-coach-ron-rivera

 

“I think he’s got a really good position coach in Bob Babich, Sr.,” Rivera said of the Bills linebackers’ coach.  “I was with Bob when we were in Chicago and we had Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs, and Bob told me, ‘this guy is a combination of both of them,’ and that’s kind of cool to hear.”

 

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Posted (edited)

Hard not to like Kuekly or Rivera. Not just because they said good things. They seem like they know what they are taking about. 

Edited by Over 29 years of fanhood
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37 minutes ago, ShadyBillsFan said:

where't the coconut 

D-lime in the coconut and drink it all up.

 

40 minutes ago, formerlyofCtown said:

I thought you put D-Lime in D-Coconut and shake it all up.

 

Nice to see 2 quick pulls on Hairy Nilsson

 

 

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1 hour ago, wppete said:

He is beast! Can’t wait to see him wreck shop this year especial with that D-lime in front of him...

Edmunds, White & Oliver will anchor this defense for years.

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I also found this I had posted yesterday in the training camp thread interesting coming from rivera.

 

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Panthers’ Ron Rivera says joint NFL practices are invaluable

 

Coach Ron Rivera believes joint practices have become an invaluable part of today's NFL. The Panthers wrapped up two days of practices at Wofford College with the Buffalo Bills that he thinks will go a long way toward helping both teams prepare for the regular season.

 

Unlike preseason games, players weren't allowed to tackle which Rivera believes can be dually beneficial in getting plays down pat while at the same time not risking major injuries.

 

"I'm not sure if playing the games is as important as it used to be, but things like this are invaluable," Rivera said Wednesday.

 

"If you can get two teams that come in focused on working and developing you can help each other out a lot," Rivera said.

 

A DECADE LONG PLAYER

 

Buffalo's 21-year-old middle linebacker Tremaine Edmunds has a chance to be an impact player for the next decade, Rivera said.

 

"We ran one screen against them and it looked like we were going to pick up some pretty good yardage and he ran it down to keep it to about a 4-yard gain," Rivera said.

 

Edmunds had 80 tackles, two sacks and two interceptions last season as a rookie.

 

REFINING THE OFFENSE

 

New Bills receiver Cole Beasley said he's starting to get on the same page with second-year quarterback Josh Allen. On one option route, Beasley turned his head and the ball had already arrived perfectly on time.

 

"The ball got on me so fast I almost didn't expect it," Beasley said. "I told him if you get the ball to me that fast I'm going to get you a lot (of yards) after the catch. It makes it so much easier on me and it will make us so much better as a team."

 

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