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8 rushing attempts against the 30th ranked D against the run, and 41 pass attempts against the 4th ranked D against the pass. Daboll needs to go

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Same story different week

 

how hard is it for McDermott to say run the ball with Singletary or find a different job. 
 

lots of blame to go around on our no commitment to the run game. 

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Run Run Pass Punt

They gave up early. Browns were playing for the jobs, like the Eagles earlier. Bills were still sleeping on the bus until the second to last drive, then D was spent.

On D, Levi Wallace needs help. Coaches bought the week one hype, and when you move Poyer out for support they just destroy the run because Star is always on the ground and Edmunds can't shed.

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1 minute ago, wiseman3 said:

8 rushing attempts against the 30th ranked D against the run, and 41 pass attempts against the 4th ranked D against the pass. Daboll needs to go

I think Daboll actually has a darn good playbook. We don't know if he calls two plays each time and gives Allen the option to check out of a run or pass. I do think he belongs in the press box so he can see what the rest of us seem to see with his playcalling tendencies. 

 

And yes, run the got dang ball more.

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I'm really confused and ticked off with this.  The Bills give up on the run far to easily.  Are our opponents really stacking the box so there's no option.  If so, we shoud be able to accomplish more passing, so I don't think this is true.

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The line doesn't run block well. Gore is slow and aging every week.

Cutting McCoy was dumb. Making Morse highest paid center in the league is another overpayment by Beane. 

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1 minute ago, Conlan58 said:

I think Daboll actually has a darn good playbook. We don't know if he calls two plays each time and gives Allen the option to check out of a run or pass. I do think he belongs in the press box so he can see what the rest of us seem to see with his playcalling tendencies. 

 

And yes, run the got dang ball more.

 

I think he may have a good playbook too; but I am not sure if he is a good playcaller.  There is a distinction.  

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Learn from it or hit the road Daboll. You are testing all of our patience.

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More jet sweeps. Cleveland plays undisciplined run D. A couple decent gainers would've had them on tilt.

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And yet he had only 21 yards on 5 carries in the second half. One of those a 10-yard run. 4 for 11 yards on the other 4 carries. That's only a 4.025 yard average and just under half of those came on one carry.

 

Running the ball wasn't exactly working too well in the second half. People really act like a 2 or 3 yard run is better than a 6 or 7 yard pass. I don't get it.

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Just now, NC Book said:

More jet sweeps. Cleveland plays undisciplined run D. A couple decent gainers would've had them on tilt.

Yes, but take Lee Smith off the damn field. He was a liability today.

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I totally agree that the Bills should have run more today and not just run more but attacked the edges of the Browns’ D.

 

That said, WRs were open a lot today and Allen missed them. Consistently.

 

So, the complaint is really, “Daboll needs to protect the Bills from bad QB play by not relying on the QB to make plays.” Personally, I agree with this but there are plenty of people on this board who simultaneously think Allen is doing a good job AND want the Bills to feature the running game. 

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8 minutes ago, wiseman3 said:

8 rushing attempts against the 30th ranked D against the run, and 41 pass attempts against the 4th ranked D against the pass. Daboll needs to go

Yeah, this is really odd. Doesn't make sense.

 

Going into this game Singletary looked like the answer.

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The entire season has just been, week after week of not using our best weapon on offense. It’s so stupid and today it probably cost us a chance at the playoffs. Dabol is a complete idiot. It really is that simple 

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14 minutes ago, wiseman3 said:

8 rushing attempts against the 30th ranked D against the run, and 41 pass attempts against the 4th ranked D against the pass. Daboll needs to go


McD sets the guidance.  So if Daboll needs to go should McClappy get yet ANOTHER hire at OC?

 

 

should I also Add WRs open all over QB couldn’t hit them consistently. 
 

 

But is Firing Daboll gets me closer to Firing McD I am all for it 

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11 minutes ago, wiseman3 said:

8 rushing attempts against the 30th ranked D against the run, and 41 pass attempts against the 4th ranked D against the pass. Daboll needs to go

I figured this would happen as soon as the  Browns got the lead and if it were the other way around we might have seen the Singletary of last week. 20 carries for 95 yards, 3 receptions for 45 yards. 

 

Daboll did this all last season when the opponent got the lead...he goes pass happy with a young, inexperienced QB... against a defense this week with the #2 in the NFL sack leader!

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As I said in the pregame thread, given the anticipated windy conditions I expected Allen to throw 40+ times.  Dabol didn't disappoint.

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Singletary had the most rushing attempts.  Second most was Josh with 6 for 28, followed by Gore with 5 for 12.

 

Dabfool doesn't like to run.

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1 minute ago, Haslett_Stomp said:

As I said in the pregame thread, given the anticipated windy conditions I expected Allen to throw 40+ times.  Dabol didn't disappoint.

Well, he kind of did. And I’m speaking of Dabfool. 

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8 minutes ago, suorangefan4 said:

And yet he had only 21 yards on 5 carries in the second half. One of those a 10-yard run. 4 for 11 yards on the other 4 carries. That's only a 4.025 yard average and just under half of those came on one carry.

 

Running the ball wasn't exactly working too well in the second half. People really act like a 2 or 3 yard run is better than a 6 or 7 yard pass. I don't get it.

Yeah, but you stay with it. The Bills shut down Chubb on a few downs, but the Browns stuck with him. Five carries in an entire half does not show patience--or intelligence, not when you're going against a poor run defense with an excellent back and opt instead for a QB with one receiver going against an excellent pass defense. Boggles the mind. 

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