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33 minutes ago, TigerJ said:

I think we have a consensus here.  Get through the Cincinnati game with a win while resting T Johnson and Singletary, then play NE at full health, or as close to that as possible.  It helps that New England is beat up on their offensive line, enough that Brady is pleading for the officials to let the replacements hold so he has time to pass.

 

Too bad that a "consensus" of opinion by Bills fans doesn't guarantee a win

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24 minutes ago, blacklabel said:

Let him heal up, don't rush back from something like a hammy or else it could turn into a season-long thing that slows him down. Credit to the team's medical staff, as well. Doesn't appear they're in the business of rushing players through a half-assed rehab process just to get them on the field. Seems like they're very well-organized in terms of rehab plans and timelines for returns. Knox missed most of camp with a hammy, came back ready for the season, though, and the injury doesn't seem to be affecting him at all. I'd rather have a full-go #26 for the Pats than an injured one for the Bengals.

 

I might be in the minority here, but I'm interested to see what Yeldon can do.

Me too. Just hold on to the ball!

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25 minutes ago, ChevyVanMiller said:

Does that mean that Andre Roberts will finally make his Bills debut?

Interesting. That would be great. Cannot wait to see a deadly return man in a Bills uniform. 

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Allen will show the football world what he can do on Sunday. I’m expecting a dominant game. 

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Hamstring injuries are tricky.  Might have to keep him out multiple weeks 

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25 minutes ago, mrags said:

You are not the only one. You could see him get a shot out of a cannon this week. 

 

I like what he can do as a pass-catcher, seems to be pretty good at finding ways to get open. Former second-round pick, I thought he'd be a tad more productive than he has been but he's another 'Bama RB that had the benefit of a monster OL in front of him.

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16 minutes ago, LABILLBACKER said:

I can't wait to see what a full game with Devin & Andre looks like?

 

Me too?

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20 minutes ago, John from Riverside said:

Why?

 

I'm a Bills fan.

And hamstrings sometimes take a long time to heal.

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I’m supremely worried at how many people are chalking up a W already this week. Dalton has 93 PA and over 700 yards in two weeks. He’s going to hang in there. They could easily be 1-1. 

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I think we all -including McDermott- knew this immediately, when he just stopped running and went out of bounds. So why the whole BS schtick through the week. What was gained by being coy? Nothing.

Pisses me off.

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25 minutes ago, RiotAct said:

time to unleash Yeldon, our other secret weapon!

Sorry, at first I thought this was going to be a Pat DiMarco reveal :P

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58 minutes ago, RoyBatty is alive said:

Unfortunate.  No such thing as a gimmie game in the NFL, esp if you are the Bills.  The 49ers crushed the Bengals with a running attack, mostly off tackle, Singletary wil be sorely missed imo.

If the team is any good it shouldn’t impact them that much. They should be able to build a successful offensive game plan without him and the defense should be able to take care of their end especially at home. Whether they do or not is the question but there is a reason the Vegas line hasn’t moved. Typically the only injury that moves the line is QB. 

 

 

 

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Just now, NoHuddleKelly12 said:

Sorry, at first I thought this was going to be a Pat DiMarco reveal :P

oh yeah, him too.

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21 minutes ago, blacklabel said:

 

I like what he can do as a pass-catcher, seems to be pretty good at finding ways to get open. Former second-round pick, I thought he'd be a tad more productive than he has been but he's another 'Bama RB that had the benefit of a monster OL in front of him.

I think he’ll have a solid game this week. I’m going to guess at least 70 combined yards and more than 5 receptions. 

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Good as we need him badly for the NE game, so would rather rest him and see if he can be 100% next week than rush him back and have him aggravate it again.  

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16 minutes ago, HOUSE said:

 

Color me surprised if we see any of this Sunday.

 

I like surprises.

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Considering the Bengals LBs are slow af, Yeldon may be enough. Hell, Gore may be enough. We shall see. 

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Rest him as long as it takes - even if he misses New England. We want him ready for the rest of the season - and PLAYOFFS!!

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