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Justin Houston - visiting Ravens. Should the Bills be 'in' on him?


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Agreed, but then the Refs were not calling holds on either side of the Chiefs play.   The "stickie Chiefs defense" as announcer Tony Romo cited. The Chiefs DBs were clearly holding the Bills

Everyone seems to forget how close that Colts game was. There almost wasn't a Chiefs game. The Rookie Pittman was running wild. That game could have gone either way.

Yea the Colts had the Bills on the ropes.... If Josh Allen didn’t put the team on his back and carry them to victory(and if Phillip Rivers didn’t drift backwards inexplicably into pressure on 4th and

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21 hours ago, Hapless Bills Fan said:

 

 

The difference would be that Houston actually got 8 sacks last year and Addison...didn't

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More than 6 sacks were expected of each of them, based upon historical production.

Addison previous years: 9.5, 11, 9, 9.5

Houston previous years: 4*, 9.5, 9, 11

 

QB hits:

Addison previous years: 15, 15, 12, 14

Houston previous years: 6*, 20, 12, 18

 

* Houston was injured, played 5 games

 

You don't offer a guy $12M a year (Houston) or even 3 years, $30M (Addison) for 6 sack production. 

I believe part of the prb is Mcd scheme when it comes to the Dline it's pretty vanilla. U don't see many stunts, twists, Slants & we never use wide 9 alignments. 

 

 

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