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4 hours ago, kirkwoodus13 said:

Yes  the name was not spelled correctly.. But did you not know to whom I was referring to? Agree or disagree with my opinion and keep it moving. You guys obliviously have nothing better to do. This a football forum not an English/ spelling/ class.

Obliviously not.

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7 hours ago, kirkwoodus13 said:

LeVeon Bell has not all of a sudden forgotten how to play football. Andy Reid is the most overrated coach in NFL history. Adam Gase is probably the worst head coach in NFL history. The Jets and Detroit  Lions are maybe the worst run organizations in history. He is way better than anything we have. If Josh Allen  played for Adam Gase he would probably be in Carolina right now. Player are hindered by their environment. Bring him to Buffalo and watch this man remind everyone why he was an all pro. 

 

P.S: This a football forum, if you want to discuss a miss spelled name, please don't comment  on this topic. Thank you


It has nothing to do if he forgot how to play football.  Sometimes players, especially running backs play just drops suddenly. 
 

Reid knows offense, he’s one of the best offensive coaches there has ever been.  He didn’t see enough from him to keep him active….they were better at RB without him.

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22 hours ago, transplantbillsfan said:

Who is Levon?

 

22 hours ago, Augie said:

 

Levon sells cartoon balloons in town. His family business thrives. 

Wow that guy tossed you an alleyoop there . Well played.

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23 minutes ago, Bills Survivor said:

 

Wow that guy tossed you an alleyoop there . Well played.

 

The easier play was:

 

Levon, Levon likes his money

He makes a lot of it they say….

 

 

But who doesn’t love a cartoon balloon???    :)

 

 

 

 

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Our two lead backs are slow and strikes no fear in the defense.. These guys are seeing light boxes and can’t get the job done. Speaking of washed up, what’s has Breida done in this league. At least we know Bell has been a dominant rusher in this league. The last time he had was in an explosive offense with the Steelers what did he produced. The weak links in this offense are the running backs and the tight ends.The Bills ain’t winning nothing without upgrading one of those groups. Bell instantly gives this run game some respect. Obviously the coach and the GM felt that way last year because they were all in trying to get him. 

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16 minutes ago, kirkwoodus13 said:

Our two lead backs are slow and strikes no fear in the defense.. These guys are seeing light boxes and can’t get the job done. Speaking of washed up, what’s has Breida done in this league. At least we know Bell has been a dominant rusher in this league. The last time he had was in an explosive offense with the Steelers what did he produced. The weak links in this offense are the running backs and the tight ends.The Bills ain’t winning nothing without upgrading one of those groups. Bell instantly gives this run game some respect. Obviously the coach and the GM felt that way last year because they were all in trying to get him. 

 

Singletary has a career YPC of 4.8 and Moss was 4.3 YPC carry last year as a rookie while being a top rated back in pass protection. 

 

Bell is old, and only did well behind an overpowering offensive line. He got to wait and pick a hole 4 yards past the LOS. Our guys were usually hit by the LOS. 

 

Please provide something more than your misguided gut reaction. 

 

Unless, of course, you are his mother or his agent. In that case, I’ll give you credit for your desperate attempt. 

 

 

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32 minutes ago, kirkwoodus13 said:

Our two lead backs are slow and strikes no fear in the defense.. These guys are seeing light boxes and can’t get the job done. Speaking of washed up, what’s has Breida done in this league. At least we know Bell has been a dominant rusher in this league. The last time he had was in an explosive offense with the Steelers what did he produced. The weak links in this offense are the running backs and the tight ends.The Bills ain’t winning nothing without upgrading one of those groups. Bell instantly gives this run game some respect. Obviously the coach and the GM felt that way last year because they were all in trying to get him. 

 

Ain't no way Levon Bale gonna save the Bils and they ain't gonna win no champeenship cause of that Levon guy you crazy dood

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1 hour ago, kirkwoodus13 said:

 At least we know Bell has been a dominant rusher in this league. The last time he had was in an explosive offense with the Steelers what did he produced. The weak links in this offense are the running backs and the tight ends.The Bills ain’t winning nothing without upgrading one of those groups. Bell instantly gives this run game some respect. Obviously the coach and the GM felt that way last year because they were all in trying to get him. 

Yes he played well for the Steelers where he fit in with an outstanding line and a balanced offense. They helped him thrive in his peak years. He responded by turning down 14m per year which he never recovered from.
Subsequently he has done absolutely nothing. He is not currently viewed as a fast guy. Do the Bills have a great running back group ? No, but can they win with them-yes. Is Bell an upgrade at this time ? No …. 

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37 minutes ago, QLBillsFan said:

Yes he played well for the Steelers where he fit in with an outstanding line and a balanced offense. They helped him thrive in his peak years. He responded by turning down 14m per year which he never recovered from.
Subsequently he has done absolutely nothing. He is not currently viewed as a fast guy. Do the Bills have a great running back group ? No, but can they win with them-yes. Is Bell an upgrade at this time ? No …. 


Can we beat the teams we need to beat to win the Super Bowl with these RBs is a better question. I’m not sure we can. Is Bell a better option? no one really knows. At this point he’s just  another option at a possible upgrade, not many of those around at this time. 

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24 minutes ago, BananaB said:


Can we beat the teams we need to beat to win the Super Bowl with these RBs is a better question. I’m not sure we can. Is Bell a better option? no one really knows. At this point he’s just  another option at a possible upgrade, not many of those around at this time. 

Again just don’t think he’s an upgrade.  Nor a process guy. Do you actually think he would be the featured back for the Bills at this point ?  So more likely option two or three at best. Given his lack of acceptance of a limited role don’t think he’s a fit. 

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On 6/14/2021 at 5:02 AM, FireChans said:

He also looked kinda washed in KC.

 

I think there’s a decent chance this dude is cooked.

 

Yea so do I. At a vet minimum sort of deal it might be worth it.... but I am not guaranteeing him anything.

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He’s not only done, but one of his teammates stated when anything goes wrong he always blames someone else.  He had some carries mid season, but they kept going down for a reason and Helaire was getting more and more time on the field.

 

Lastly, why would anyone want to bring in a disgruntled RB, that slams a SB Coach in Reid.  Reid is well known for being a great players coach.

 

Id never want that cancer in our locker room.  Some people keep thinking he’s the RB producing like the time with the Steelers.  Those days are over.

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7 hours ago, kirkwoodus13 said:

Our two lead backs are slow and strikes no fear in the defense.. These guys are seeing light boxes and can’t get the job done. Speaking of washed up, what’s has Breida done in this league. At least we know Bell has been a dominant rusher in this league. The last time he had was in an explosive offense with the Steelers what did he produced. The weak links in this offense are the running backs and the tight ends.The Bills ain’t winning nothing without upgrading one of those groups. Bell instantly gives this run game some respect. Obviously the coach and the GM felt that way last year because they were all in trying to get him. 


 

So Last years KC offense wasn’t explosive?  I am pretty sure it was more explosive than the Pittsburgh offenses and he produced less than our current RBs.  Bell gives the offense no respect because he has not produced in 4 years.  Our GM went after him to replace our #4 back last year and obviously doesn’t feel the same way as Bell has no offers and now Bell threw a highly respected HC under the bus and the KC players are even calling Bell out for a lack for not understanding he was the problem.

 

Once again troll - fix your title to the correct name because we all know:

 

Levon, Levon likes his money

He’s made a lot they say

Spends his days counting

In a garage by the motorway

 

and in his stupidity he cost himself NFL opportunity and nearly 14 million more.

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3 hours ago, QLBillsFan said:

Again just don’t think he’s an upgrade.  Nor a process guy. Do you actually think he would be the featured back for the Bills at this point ?  So more likely option two or three at best. Given his lack of acceptance of a limited role don’t think he’s a fit. 


That’s fine. I think he’s an option. Don’t trust our RBs at all. Just like Bell they haven’t done much lately to gain any trust. Yeah, they are great team players but sometimes that doesn’t get the job done. Bell struggled in NY just like everyone else on that ***** team. Hard to make a huge impact in that situation. When he went to KC what were you expecting? He played a  small role in the offense, doesn’t matter if the starter went down, that’s all he was ever gonna play. How many times has a guy went from one team to another and made a big impact mid season?

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