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On 10/14/2021 at 9:14 AM, Cheektowaga Chad said:

Brieda to me is more a McKenzie back up than an rb back up. Which plays a role in my opinion of wanting to upgrade that rb spot

 

We haven't had a need for him to play yet but an upgrade in depth especially if its cheap is something the bills should look into. 

 

We have 2 rbs in my opinion right now and grabbing a vet to place on the practice squad. Kind of like they did last year with freeman 

I don't care what role you want to assign Breida, he has officially become TJ Yeldon. He won't play at all unless one of our 2 mediocre rbs get injured. 

On 10/16/2021 at 4:21 AM, CSBill said:

Beane is always full of surprises, but NOPE, I do not see any trades coming. .... Unless it's someone like Ford (a back-up) for draft picks. (Note: The Bills have protected PS player, Jamil Douglas, every week. I keep wondering why?)

If we could land a decent TE for Addison,  I'd do it.

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I think looking into Miles Sanders would be pretty smart. He is really fast and there is no way it would cost that much. You could even trade them Singletary if it made it easier. That’s not how I’d do it but I realize there is only 1 ball. Sanders would absolutely be a home run threat and can also help the passing game. There id an element of speed missing from our offense and that is a pretty reasonable option that id realistic IMO

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10 minutes ago, Beast said:

 

Why is that "probably too much to ask"?

Just don’t get that feel they will be aggressive…. They are very conservative when it comes to mortgaging their future and cap space…. But they did make a trade(and a bad one) for Kelvin Benjamin in Beane first year at the deadline.

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5 minutes ago, ScottLaw said:

Just don’t get that feel they will be aggressive…. They are very conservative when it comes to mortgaging their future and cap space…. But they did make a trade(and a bad one) for Kelvin Benjamin in Beane first year at the deadline.

 

I don't put that on Beane. He was on pace for a 1000 yard season when he came to the Bills.  Then he got Tuh-ROD'd.   There was no indication that Benjamin would immediately turn into a lazy bum in his only full year with the Bills. 

 

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11 minutes ago, ScottLaw said:

Just don’t get that feel they will be aggressive…. They are very conservative when it comes to mortgaging their future and cap space…. But they did make a trade(and a bad one) for Kelvin Benjamin in Beane first year at the deadline.

 

If they can, they will.  The cap is the issue.

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On 10/12/2021 at 8:30 PM, JaCrispy said:

Hoping we don’t give up any of our DL...an injury here or there and we could be short handed in no time...screw saving money! we need all hands on deck for a championship run! 👍


But if it got us a corner that dresses in exchange for a guy not even dressing when we have both a surplus of bodies but also could consolidate snaps into a tighter rotation if someone went down would you complain?

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32 minutes ago, BuffaloRebound said:

As an aside, how can Ford not crack the starting lineup on this OL?  

 

Durrr, because he wasn't gettin' 'er done with regard to pass protection.  Our line was a sieve with him in there.  It's bad, but he was grading out the worst.

 

32 minutes ago, BuffaloRebound said:

I’m fine trading him for anything at this point.  Engram for Ford would make sense for both teams.  

 

Why would it make sense for Pittsburgh, with an immobile elderly QB, to trade for an OLman who got benched for inability to protect an agile young buck with high ability to escape on his own?

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1 minute ago, Hapless Bills Fan said:

 

Durrr, because he wasn't gettin' 'er done with regard to pass protection.  Our line was a sieve with him in there.  It's bad, but he was grading out the worst.

 

 

Why would it make sense for Pittsburgh, with an immobile elderly QB, to trade for an OLman who got benched for inability to protect an agile young buck with high ability to escape on his own?

Engram is a Giant

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12 hours ago, Ethan in Portland said:

I’d be fine if they shopped Ford, Phillips, and Epenesa. 

 

Epenesa was a 2nd round pick and has shown marked improvement his 2nd year.   His snap count has gone up, even with being inactive last game.

 

I think he's not a "sunk cost" yet.

 

Ford and Phillips may be sunk costs.

4 minutes ago, Gambit said:

Engram is a Giant

 

Durrr I read that and thought "Ebrom"

 

 

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