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5 guys have potential to go in the first 4 rounds at WR (Ruggs, Jeudy, Smith, Peoples Jones, Collins) so if you wanna play amateur scout for the Bills have fun 

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I’m curious if the folks pining for Jonathan Taylor watched what LaMical Perine did the other day.... Need to start paying attention to these day two and day three prospects as well. 

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Six by your count, 😁👍

 

Go Bills!!!

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1 minute ago, Don Otreply said:

Six by your count, 😁👍

 

Go Bills!!!

Yeh it sounds funny but his name is actually Donovan Peoples-Jones forgot the hyphen 

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18 minutes ago, 78thealltimegreat said:

5 guys have potential to go in the first 4 rounds at WR (Ruggs, Jeudy, Smith, Peoples Jones, Collins) so if you wanna play amateur scout for the Bills have fun 

Forget the first 2. They'll be long gone by the time the Bills pick. 

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6 minutes ago, Mountain Man said:

Forget the first 2. They'll be long gone by the time the Bills pick. 

You never know. At this time of year nobody predicted that Metcalf lasts into 60s.

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WOW.... Jeudy getting an early start. That was a great first play for 'Bama.

 

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The lesser known of the 3 WR's that play for Alabama really caught my eye this season:

 

Devonta Smith

 

Fast, runs good routes, agile, and has great hands.  They say he has the best hands of all the WR's @ Bama.

 

Jeudy will be drafted long before we pick, but Smith will be a late 1st-2nd round guy, IMO.

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10 minutes ago, No_Matter_What said:

You never know. At this time of year nobody predicted that Metcalf lasts into 60s.


Media driven hype.

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6 minutes ago, Bangarang said:


Media driven hype.

 

16 minutes ago, No_Matter_What said:

You never know. At this time of year nobody predicted that Metcalf lasts into 60s.

 

Didn't watch much of the Seahawks this year. Was he just the straight line speed guy or did he develop into an all around wr?

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I think we need a freak TE & WR along with a great slot WR who can be a return guy. 

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1 hour ago, No_Matter_What said:

You never know. At this time of year nobody predicted that Metcalf lasts into 60s.

I did

 

There was 0 chance he was a top 10 pick let alone first round

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5 hours ago, Dr.Sack said:

I think we need a freak TE & WR along with a great slot WR who can be a return guy. 

I think Knox is going to develop nicely. A good slot guy is what Beasley was brought in for- Allen has to get better at hitting him in stride or at least catchable balls. As the NFL has evolved with the removal of many elements in special teams I am not sure a return guy is a huge premium like it once was.

https://www.pro-football-reference.com/leaders/punt_ret_td_year_by_year.htm

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11 minutes ago, billsfan_34 said:

I think Knox is going to develop nicely. A good slot guy is what Beasley was brought in for- Allen has to get better at hitting him in stride or at least catchable balls. As the NFL has evolved with the removal of many elements in special teams I am not sure a return guy is a huge premium like it once was.

Having a great punt returner can be huge. Add 2-3 punt return TDs and we could have a division title.

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1 hour ago, Mrbojanglezs said:

 

 

Didn't watch much of the Seahawks this year. Was he just the straight line speed guy or did he develop into an all around wr?

I don’t have his stats in front of me but from what I saw he looked pretty good. Still pleases as punch with Ed though 

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I'm no scouting expert but scouting "heaven" seems like they all would be dead and not eligible for the draft.

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1 hour ago, Bangarang said:


Media driven hype.


media was right.    Metcalf is a playmaker that this offense needs.  

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1 hour ago, 78thealltimegreat said:

Yeh it sounds funny but his name is actually Donovan Peoples-Jones forgot the hyphen 

Damn, wrong again...

 

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2 hours ago, Mountain Man said:

Forget the first 2. They'll be long gone by the time the Bills pick. 

Where does the SB champion pick?

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1 hour ago, Dr.Sack said:

Having a great punt returner can be huge. Add 2-3 punt return TDs and we could have a division title.

I agree with that but can we name one team anymore that has 3 returns in a season? It just seems ST’s has taken a back seat to player safety. I would like to research this some more my friend.

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You guys should check out Tyler Johnson from Minnesota. Having himself a game. And he’s what we are missing...a bigger bodied receiver than we already have. 

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21 minutes ago, whorlnut said:

You guys should check out Tyler Johnson from Minnesota. Having himself a game. And he’s what we are missing...a bigger bodied receiver than we already have. 

 

Johnson is my number two guy behind Shenault for the Bills.

 

As a Bills fan I would be VERY VERY happy if the Bills end up with one of those two after the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft.

 

Shenault/Johnson, Brown, Beasley and a developing Knox would leave Allen with some nice playmakers at all three levels of the passing game.

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Have to admit Juedy is going to be a handful for whoever drafts him couldn’t really say much about the Michigan WRs as their QB has like no accuracy at all amazing like he misses guys by 5 yards 

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Typically teams overreach to draft wide receivers.  This year will not be an exception, so a couple of the best guys will be gone pretty early.  The good news is that there are several guys that will probably develop into really good players and should be available on day two.  I expect Beane to go after one really good veteran to play on the outside opposite John Brown and draft a guy to develop.  One guy that comes to mind is Breshad Perriman.  He really played well after Evans and Godwin were injured.  Tampa won't be able to afford to sign him.  There are others that will be released in Jacksonville, Rams, and Cincinnati (Green).  Even Amari Cooper could hit the open market if their contract talks continue to go nowhere.  I believe Beane will be looking to draft one of the guys that has some length and speed to go deep.  I don't think another Smurf is in the cards.

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