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2 minutes ago, dave mcbride said:

While PFF has White at 69.2, they have Kendall Fuller (Washington) at 72.6 despite the fact that Washington has one of the very worst pass defenses in the league  (104.8 passer rating against them) and a terrible defense overall (27th in points, 28th in yards). 

Their coverage grades on defenders in zone schemes are almost as useless and inconsistent as their offense line grading.

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On 11/15/2021 at 2:31 AM, Conlan58 said:

All I can say is I like the Bills coaches willing and able to make adjustments in season. Let's hope that keeps up and anything is possible. 

It is a positive sign for sure,  but they need to be able to make those adjustments/ changes within games, in-fact, within quarters, to be able to win tight games, the inability to do so has been the issue in our losses this season,  glad to see they can read a trail, as it were. 
 

Go Bills!!!

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13 minutes ago, 34-78-83 said:

Their coverage grades on defenders in zone schemes are almost as useless and inconsistent as their offense line grading.

 

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Their           grades                           are          useless and inconsistent                                                          .

 

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15 minutes ago, 34-78-83 said:

Their coverage grades on defenders in zone schemes are almost as useless and inconsistent as their offense line grading.

Well, it’s pff, they are a bit of a running joke, most of the time, that fans / talking heads reference them at all is jumping the shark.., they have always made stuff up, and folk still fall for it, 

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52 minutes ago, Don Otreply said:

It is a positive sign for sure,  but they need to be able to make those adjustments/ changes within games, in-fact, within quarters, to be able to win tight games, the inability to do so has been the issue in our losses this season,  glad to see they can read a trail, as it were. 
 

Go Bills!!!

I think with the offense it is easy to fall into a dont panic mindset.  Allen will get it.  The plays maybe be right but more is going into not making the play than Allen seeing it.
 

 I think Mcdermott needs to use more authority game day.  Hey we cant block so and so switch it up.  Help so and so on passing plays.  More nuanced.  No play calling, no scheme change.  Simple nudge here and there.  Basically, control the game.  

 

Buffalo scores 21 to 29 the offense has issues.  I think the struggle on offense is slightly over stated.  They have been statistically, very good.  A perfect offensive performance Buffalo might score 70 points.  

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5 hours ago, FilthyBeast said:

 

I'm extremely confident in Klein being a beast out there in Edmunds absence against a physical, run oriented team like the Colts. But without Milano then you probably have to move Klein outside and put a guy like Dodson in the middle and don't think he's up to task against this type of team.

 

So yah whatever the deal with Milano they should let him sit the rest of the week and get him on the field on sunday.

My concern with Klein is in the passing game. Taylor is fast and Hines is super fast. They have >50 catches combined. Klein could struggle in that way. Would really like Maine back. 

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1 hour ago, dave mcbride said:

PFF, which doesn't actually know how to measure DB production in McDermott/Frazier's scheme has him at a laughably low 69.2: https://www.pff.com/nfl/players/tredavious-white/11782. And this is during arguably his best season to date. 

PFF is garbage. People who give legitimacy to anything they produce lose credibility with me. 

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On 11/15/2021 at 11:06 AM, eball said:

 

Yup.  I think 13-4 is what it will take to clinch the #1 seed without relying on tiebreakers, which means Tennessee needs to lose three games.  Their schedule looks horribly easy on paper, however...

 

 

People are still worried about home field throughout?

 

Hell I'm worried about MAKING the playoffs. The potential is there this week to drop from the two seed to seven.

 

Home field throughout is a pipe dream at this point.

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