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This means absolutely nothing, but still fun to look at for me.  Through 7 games, the following players are on pace for:

 

Allen - 4613 Passing Yards, 466 Rushing Yards (5079 Total Yards) and 43 Total Touchdowns

Motor - 683 Rushing Yards, 2 Touchdowns

Diggs - 1378 Receiving Yards, 7 Touchdowns

Beasley - 1074 Receiving Yards, 5 Touchdowns

Poyer - 96 Tackles (not a number you want for a safety, but he's in the box and covering shallow a lot)

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6 minutes ago, Virgil said:

This means absolutely nothing, but still fun to look at for me.  Through 7 games, the following players are on pace for:

 

Allen - 4613 Passing Yards, 466 Rushing Yards (5079 Total Yards) and 43 Total Touchdowns

Motor - 683 Rushing Yards, 2 Touchdowns

Diggs - 1378 Receiving Yards, 7 Touchdowns

Beasley - 1074 Receiving Yards, 5 Touchdowns

Poyer - 96 Tackles (not a number you want for a safety, but he's in the box and covering shallow a lot)

 

I really do think Beasley will get to 1,000 if he stays healthy all season.  Josh is beginning to understand how important he is to controlling possession.

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9 minutes ago, Virgil said:

This means absolutely nothing, but still fun to look at for me.  Through 7 games, the following players are on pace for:

 

Allen - 4613 Passing Yards, 466 Rushing Yards (5079 Total Yards) and 43 Total Touchdowns

Motor - 683 Rushing Yards, 2 Touchdowns

Diggs - 1378 Receiving Yards, 7 Touchdowns

Beasley - 1074 Receiving Yards, 5 Touchdowns

Poyer - 96 Tackles (not a number you want for a safety, but he's in the box and covering shallow a lot)

I wonder if they have stats on tackles.  Like what is the average yards per tackle 

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1 minute ago, SageAgainstTheMachine said:

 

I really do think Beasley will get to 1,000 if he stays healthy all season.  Josh is beginning to understand how important he is to controlling possession.

 

Yep if Daboll truly wants to run the Patriots offense he needs to start feeding Beasley. Eventually teams will have to give him extra attention which will open routes downfield. Thankfully I think Daboll and Allen have finally figured this out. Patriots have bad LBs, Beasley should have a great matchup.

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10 minutes ago, Virgil said:

This means absolutely nothing, but still fun to look at for me.  Through 7 games, the following players are on pace for:

 

Allen - 4613 Passing Yards, 466 Rushing Yards (5079 Total Yards) and 43 Total Touchdowns

Motor - 683 Rushing Yards, 2 Touchdowns

Diggs - 1378 Receiving Yards, 7 Touchdowns

Beasley - 1074 Receiving Yards, 5 Touchdowns

Poyer - 96 Tackles (not a number you want for a safety, but he's in the box and covering shallow a lot)

I wouldn't mind seeing Allen's numbers go down if Motor's go up.  In fact I'd prefer it.  I'd really like it if JAs stayed on the pace they are and Motor's went up.

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3 minutes ago, SageAgainstTheMachine said:

 

I really do think Beasley will get to 1,000 if he stays healthy all season.  Josh is beginning to understand how important he is to controlling possession.

 

Ya Beasley is super important in this offense. He's going to help lots moving forward. When D play more cover 2 or whatever scheme (not man). My biggest fear is great pass rushers like 49ers and solid all around D (Steelers). I think makes Allen little rattled. But he's making adjustments in his game witch is great.

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If Allen can keep up a 70% comp percentage and the D can improve (i'm wondering if it's just because we have a heavy rotation on the Line and they aren't used to each other yet) we will win at least 1 playoff game.

 

Would 4500+ yds be the Bills all-time leader?

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1 hour ago, Virgil said:

This means absolutely nothing, but still fun to look at for me.  Through 7 games, the following players are on pace for:

 

Allen - 4613 Passing Yards, 466 Rushing Yards (5079 Total Yards) and 43 Total Touchdowns

Motor - 683 Rushing Yards, 2 Touchdowns

Diggs - 1378 Receiving Yards, 7 Touchdowns

Beasley - 1074 Receiving Yards, 5 Touchdowns

Poyer - 96 Tackles (not a number you want for a safety, but he's in the box and covering shallow a lot)

 

If Allen truly finishes with those type of numbers it will silence a lot of critics, including myself.

 

But I'm still skeptical in terms of the regression to the norm which we have seen the last few weeks. And Daboll has never led an NFL offense that finished in the top 10 which means if that happens again this year Allen certainly won't have finished with these projected stats.

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4 minutes ago, High Football IQ said:

 

If Allen truly finishes with those type of numbers it will silence a lot of critics, including myself.

 

But I'm still skeptical in terms of the regression to the norm which we have seen the last few weeks. And Daboll has never led an NFL offense that finished in the top 10 which means if that happens again this year Allen certainly won't have finished with these projected stats.

 

But today Allen broke away from the norm - over 300 yards passing and completing 70% of his throws. 

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1 minute ago, CincyBillsFan said:

 

But today Allen broke away from the norm - over 300 yards passing and completing 70% of his throws. 

 

I mentioned this earlier but it was one of the more hollow 300 yard games I've ever seen.

 

Regardless a step in the right direction and his 4th such game this year which you can't take away from Allen despite the other shortcomings and bad tendencies that have rose to the forefront again in recent weeks.

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10 minutes ago, High Football IQ said:

 

I mentioned this earlier but it was one of the more hollow 300 yard games I've ever seen.

 

Regardless a step in the right direction and his 4th such game this year which you can't take away from Allen despite the other shortcomings and bad tendencies that have rose to the forefront again in recent weeks.

 

When I think of hollow 300 yard games I'm thinking of games where teams get down big time and the QB throws for 300 yards in a losing effort against prevent defenses.  DeShawn Watson had just such a game today.  Now that was a hollow 300 yard game.

 

But Allen's 300 yard game led to 9 straight drives deep into NYJ territory.  The Bills did not have to punt and had 8 FG attempts. Sure they didn't get a TD but had one called back on a ticky tacky call and the other didn't materialize when Kroft fell down.  But today was far from a hollow 300 yard game.  In fact without a viable running game Allen's 300 yard game was the substitute.

 

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He's said things are "hollow" like five times tonight. That's gonna be his thing now after victories.

 

Would love to see Beas get 1000 this year. He's earning it every week.

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24 minutes ago, High Football IQ said:

 

I mentioned this earlier but it was one of the more hollow 300 yard games I've ever seen.

 

Regardless a step in the right direction and his 4th such game this year which you can't take away from Allen despite the other shortcomings and bad tendencies that have rose to the forefront again in recent weeks.

One of the more hollow 300-yard games you've ever seen? Our offense was moving all day

 

The dude had over 30 completions

 

I've seen hollow 300 yard games where quarterbacks have had 200 yards in the 4th quarter. This was nowhere near a hollow 300 yard game just because drives stalled

 

we're a illlegal formation penalty and Kroft tripping over the 20 yard line away from 370 yards and two touchdowns

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27 minutes ago, High Football IQ said:

 

I mentioned this earlier but it was one of the more hollow 300 yard games I've ever seen.

 

Regardless a step in the right direction and his 4th such game this year which you can't take away from Allen despite the other shortcomings and bad tendencies that have rose to the forefront again in recent weeks.

 

I mean, sure.  If you have literally never seen a QB rack up yards in garbage time, then you would think today was "hollow" yards lol

 

 

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47 minutes ago, High Football IQ said:

 

I mentioned this earlier but it was one of the more hollow 300 yard games I've ever seen.

 

Regardless a step in the right direction and his 4th such game this year which you can't take away from Allen despite the other shortcomings and bad tendencies that have rose to the forefront again in recent weeks.

 

Wow, not living up to your name there.  Missing Brown and multiple TEs, manages zero punts, 368 combined yards from Allen without garbage time, 100+ passer rating, 6 yards per play while working around 11 penalties, is one of the most hollow games you've ever seen.

 

You could have at least said "just the Jets".

 

If he doesn't do well against the Jets, he gets crapped on because duh.  If he does well against the Jets, it's "hollow".  Sometimes there's no winning.

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27 minutes ago, JoPoy88 said:

All we need is more duke williams.

 

Amen, he was the safety in the victory formation.  More A#1!!

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Teams now will exclusively use the deep cover 2 zone to slow down Josh. Today JA did a great job using Beasley and taking what the D is giving you. Beasley will easily get 1000 if he stays healthy. 

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16 minutes ago, LABILLBACKER said:

Teams now will exclusively use the deep cover 2 zone to slow down Josh. Today JA did a great job using Beasley and taking what the D is giving you. Beasley will easily get 1000 if he stays healthy. 

The cover 2 zone isn’t that big a deal with both Brown and Diggs available. It’s the lack of Brown going deep that is hurting the longer routes,  not just coverage. Team can’t double Diggs constantly when they have Brown and Diggs running deep. The safeties are making the easy choice now. 

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