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Did the lack of production from Jones/Foster/Kroft hamper Daboll & the offense?

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While the offense underperformed this season, was it mainly due to the surprisingly lack of production from Zay Jones/Robert Foster/Tyler Kroft who were expected to have big roles in the offense, Daboll's play calling or a combination of the two? I'm sure the coaches were expecting Zay to be their #2 WR, Foster to be their deep threat and Kroft to be that underneath guy that could move the chains.

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did i have a stroke, or is there two different sized fonts on there?

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Bad players typically makes things harder. 

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2 minutes ago, teef said:

did i have a stroke, or is there two different sized fonts on there?

 

definitely the stroke

 

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Who? Who? Who?

 

When you’re not on the field, can you produce?

When a man is alone in the woods, is he still wrong?

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2 minutes ago, teef said:

did i have a stroke, or is there two different sized fonts on there?

Not sure what happened, lol! I fixed it!

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Just now, Joe in Winslow said:

 

definitely the stroke

 

i'm seeing angels.  

Just now, Jerry Jabber said:

Not sure what happened, lol! I fixed it!

thank you for looking out for my well being.

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1 minute ago, teef said:

i'm seeing angels.  

 

 

go to the light

 

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Just now, Joe in Winslow said:

 

go to the light

 

i fought and now i'm back with us.  i couldn't stomach the idea of my wife getting everything. 

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Just now, teef said:

i fought and now i'm back with us.  i couldn't stomach the idea of my wife getting everything. 

 

well played, state farm

 

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1 minute ago, teef said:

i fought and now i'm back with us.  i couldn't stomach the idea of my wife getting everything. 

Glad you're back! And thanks for the laugh!!

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19 minutes ago, Jerry Jabber said:

While the offense underperformed this season, was it mainly due to the surprisingly lack of production from Zay Jones/Robert Foster/Tyler Kroft who were expected to have big roles in the offense, Daboll's play calling or a combination of the two? I'm sure the coaches were expecting Zay to be their #2 WR, Foster to be their deep threat and Kroft to be that underneath guy that could move the chains.


I was under the impression that the lack of offensive production hampered Jones/Foster/Kroft and Daboll.

 

but this works too. 

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21 minutes ago, Chandler#81 said:

Who? Who? Who?

 

When you’re not on the field, can you produce?

When a man is alone in the woods, is he still wrong?


Is it farther to NY or by train?

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It was because of the lack of Duke Williams through most of the season, obviously. 

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48 minutes ago, Jerry Jabber said:

While the offense underperformed this season, was it mainly due to the surprisingly lack of production from Zay Jones/Robert Foster/Tyler Kroft who were expected to have big roles in the offense, Daboll's play calling or a combination of the two? I'm sure the coaches were expecting Zay to be their #2 WR, Foster to be their deep threat and Kroft to be that underneath guy that could move the chains.

Sure. Dump on these guys to cover up for an inaccurate QB. 

 

 

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12 minutes ago, John from Riverside said:

The Robert Foster thing I will never understand...that guy looked like a breakout player the 2nd half of the year before

I agree. I don't know if he was disgruntled with the Bills bringing in John Brown and Cole Beasley in the offseason or something else? But how did Foster go from 27 catches for 541 yards and 3 TD's in 2018 to 3 catches for 64 yards and 0 TDs in 2019? 

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41 minutes ago, Joe in Winslow said:

 

go to the light

 

Stay away from the light. The way this team is progressing the SB isn't out of the question next year. If Rex was still here I'd be sprint to the light ?

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It's hard to box with one hand tied behind your back...

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