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6 minutes ago, SlimShady'sGhost said:

 

 

 

 

 

Truly the only signing I was not a fan of....he may never see the field either lol

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3 minutes ago, SlimShady'sGhost said:

 

 

 

 

Oh for crying out loud. Dude is the new Glass-quise Goodwin. 

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3 minutes ago, PaattMaann said:

 

Truly the only signing I was not a fan of....he may never see the field either lol

 

wasn't there some comment about him B & M'ing about the training facilities?

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10 minutes ago, Say When... said:

 

wasn't there some comment about him B & M'ing about the training facilities?

 

I didnt see that. I wasnt a fan of the signing because I personally never saw anything that showed he could be a TE 1 (to be fair I could say the same about Feliciano at guard but obviously i was wrong about that). And he appears to be fragile.....good thing we have a couple other options at TE, including the blocking sensation Lee smith lol

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Well, this news obviously stinks (if the injury is severe) but if there's any silver lining it has been the strong overall play of Lee Smith, Knox, and Sweeney.  They played well without Kroft for the first two weeks and I'm guessing they'll be prepared to play the next fourteen.

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12 minutes ago, SlimShady'sGhost said:

 

 

 

 

 

Not trying to over react here but availability is everything to Beane and McD.

Kroft may not be here next year.

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5 minutes ago, eball said:

Well, this news obviously stinks (if the injury is severe) but if there's any silver lining it has been the strong overall play of Lee Smith, Knox, and Sweeney.  They played well without Kroft for the first two weeks and I'm guessing they'll be prepared to play the next fourteen.

Exactly, I've spent the whole week thinking, "But, I don't want Knox and Sweeney to get less time". I hope Kroft is ok, and that he becomes a quality contributor. However, I'm not upset.

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31 minutes ago, TheProcess said:

Oh for crying out loud. Dude is the new Glass-quise Goodwin. 

What a waste of a roaster spot  , put him on IR already 

One thing for sure our OL will get tested this week 

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Again this roster was deep at end of training camp, Kroft should have been placed on PUP and used extra spot.

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3 critical matchups to follow for Bills vs. Bengals | Scouting Report

 

Undercurrents

  • A.J. Green is not expected to return from an ankle injury anytime soon. He told Bengals.com that it could take longer than the reported six to eight weeks. Green said he wants to make sure it’s 100 percent.
  • The health of Joe Mixon’s ankle was called into question last week after a subpar performance against the 49ers. Mixon injured the ankle in the Week 1 game at Seattle, and by most accounts did not look 100 percent last Sunday. He had 17 yards on 11 carries last week.
  • Cincinnati has the second-longest active road losing streak at six games. Only Miami with seven straight road defeats has more.
  • Stretching back to last season the Bills have scored touchdowns on nine consecutive red zone possessions. It is the longest streak in the NFL.
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41 minutes ago, Say When... said:

 

wasn't there some comment about him B & M'ing about the training facilities?

No. That was eifert’s dad. 

43 minutes ago, TheProcess said:

Oh for crying out loud. Dude is the new Glass-quise Goodwin. 

Well at least we don’t know what we’re missing 

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12 minutes ago, Putin said:

What a waste of a roaster spot  , put him on IR already 

One thing for sure our OL will get tested this week 

One more strike or if anyone sniffs around Duke on the PS...

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1 hour ago, YoloinOhio said:

 

 

See it's the things like this that make you know this team has turned the corner IMO. I believe this team will have great chemistry very early.

2 minutes ago, YoloinOhio said:

 

Also like the way they are handling John Brown. Letting some of these guys rest. It looks like we may see Andre Roberts this week since he was limited. I hope so anyways.

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7 hours ago, PromoTheRobot said:

 

Of course we can lose. Especially if we pull another 4 turnover *****. I just don't think we will.

 

Yeah, this is where I am leaning. As long as "Bad Josh" doesn't show up the Bills should handle their business.

 

The Bengals have a really good DL but horrible LBs and a shaky secondary. They play nickel D as their base D because their LBs are so bad which is likely why they struggle to stop the run. The Bills should be able to use Yeldon (If Singletary is out) on stretch plays and as a receiver out of the backfield to great success. The Bengals are also having to start their backup slot corner and I think Beasley will feast on him Sunday.

 

On the other side the Bengals have very good receiving threats and match up well vs the Bills secondary, particularly Ross who is probably the fastest guy in the NFL. The Bills' secondary doesn't have speed. I'm hoping the Bills put White on Boyde all game and then bracket Ross - he's the guy who will beat the Bills if the Bills get beaten. As mentioned above, the Bangles OL is horrible which is why their run game has suffered. The Bills should be able to get pressure pretty consistently on Dalton and shut down Mixon.

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