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1 hour ago, 3rdand12 said:

dont mess with His QB. that Jet gave Allen getting the business while down. all in his grill.      Feliciano did the right thing : )

telling the guys at work yesterday Feliciano was tearing it up.

The interior is going to be something to watch each week , for me at least.

 Go Bills !

It will be nice to have a RB who can actually take advantage of this and run in between the tackles too.

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  •  Nice, here’s to it setting the tone for the entire line! Ford already has that attitude just has to learn and adjust to the pro game.
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4 hours ago, StHustle said:

No way Ford takes over at RG but with this whole plan to use different combinations I guess he may get reps. Ford has some learning to do. Im glad he has solid guys to show him how its done.

 

I think they're forcing Cody Ford into a lineup where he's not ready to start yet.      

 

Feliciano is a better guard and Ty is a better RT.  Rotating in a rookie on a defensive line or at a skill position makes sense, but playing an Olineman because he was drafted high can upset your Oline continuity, chemistry and get your QB killed.  

 

I'd say bring him in as the 6th Olineman on short power runs but the way Lee Smith blocked Sunday i'd rather have Lee in there (basically holds every time but is really good at not getting flagged.  So far)

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I knew I saw some of this during the game because I kept asking who 76 was. He had very few mistakes, and from the clips above, had a pretty great game. 

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46 minutes ago, May Day 10 said:

Unsportsmanlike penalty forgotten/forgiven 

I think that was after a late hit on JA or something, wasnt it? 

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I for one am thrilled with the OL. Obviously room to develop, but we played a coach known for creating pressure, who had sold out for said pressure, and it was our units first week together. I think time will really help them produce. 

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8 hours ago, RocCityRoller said:

MONGO smash funny green men from sewers of New York.

 

Thank you!!! :)

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Even though the tackles are occasionally getting beat, it is so nice not having to deal with the inside pressure.  Watching Josh step up into the pocket was electric.  In the fourth (?) quarter when Josh hit Brown on the crossing pattern after stepping up into the pocket, with the outside rusher coming free, I thought for the first time I was looking at a legitimate franchise quarterback. 

 

I have not believed more that this team is turning the corner.  We finally got Josh the help he needed, and I firmly believe he will develop into a franchise quarterback.   

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This is why I loved Brandon Beane's strategy in the offseason.

He didn't just address the O-Line position.  He went out and signed every promising lineman he could get his hands on.

 

So far, we've had to put LaAdrian Waddle on IR.  We've had some preseason injury concerns for Mitch Morse, Ty Nsekhe and Quinton Spain.  And our 2nd Rounder Cody Ford doesn't appear ready to take over as a full-time starter yet.  Regardless, we still got a very solid performance in Week 1 from the unit.  We've got some strong depth, and some options to slide people around in case of injury/performance. 

 

 

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That second video made me jump up in joy ha ha. I basically only watched the Allen snaps in preseason, yet even then it was clear Feliciano deserved to be one of the fives. Man, I just love pancake blocks, always have. And Morse has impressed me with his running. He can really block downfield on pull plays.

 

 

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2 hours ago, Da webster guy said:

 

I think they're forcing Cody Ford into a lineup where he's not ready to start yet.      

 

Feliciano is a better guard and Ty is a better RT.  Rotating in a rookie on a defensive line or at a skill position makes sense, but playing an Olineman because he was drafted high can upset your Oline continuity, chemistry and get your QB killed.  

 

I'd say bring him in as the 6th Olineman on short power runs but the way Lee Smith blocked Sunday i'd rather have Lee in there (basically holds every time but is really good at not getting flagged.  So far)

 

I don't think they are forcing him, I think they are rotating him at RT to get him experience and PT that he has earned. It is still a battle between Ford and Ty and thats OK, thats good! Let Ford get game reps. If you think this staff would play Ford just because he was drafted high then you don't get this coaching staff (all due respect). Four spots are absolutely locked down, and they are bringing along Ford slowly. If after three/four weeks its obvious that Ty is clearly better, than I Bet thats who we see as the starting RT moving forward.

 

Feliciano and Spain are ABSOLUTE UNITS! Damn I love seeing them punish people in the middle. 

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Wow, is it possible that Dawkins is our weakest starting O-lineman? (Not counting Ford as full-time starter)

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He has been our best and must consitant lineman so far. Great pick up by BBB hope we can keep him for a long time. 

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Look at the right hand shot he throws at the end on Adams after dropping Williams. Feliciano is not a man to be messing with. What a beast!!!!!!

 

 

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Love the second play obviously with the two pancakes with syrup. But the third one was the real beaut showing remarkable agility and quickness for a big brute. 

Also credit Bobby Johnson for lobbying hard to get Feliciano to the Bills. 

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In these clips, he reminds me of Richie Incognito.

 

Both have that attacking style.

 

 

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2 hours ago, wppete said:

Look at the right hand shot he throws at the end on Adams after dropping Williams. Feliciano is not a man to be messing with. What a beast!!!!!!

 

 

 

Singltary looks like a seasoned vet in pass pro here 

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