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What happens if Poyer doesnt step into that pass and get the INT? He literally won us that game. Completely different outcome if Ravens get a TD there. At the very best we go to OT after going down the field and getting a TD.

 

 

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All the talking heads were talking about the decision of the Ravens to go for it on 4th down, but none of them mentioned how amazing of an INT that was.  Poyer ran from the middle of the field all the way to the sideline to make that play.

 

One of the best efforts on an interception you will see!

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Great play.  Great player.  Seems like a good person. 
 

Content creators once again urging the Bills to “Pay Po”… completely annoying.  
 

Who would they like us to sacrifice for an over 30 Safety?   Or are they just cool with kicking the can down the road and wasting an eventual year of Allen due to cap penance so we can extend anyone who plays well. 
 

If we let Oliver walk and/or don’t plan on paying Gabe Davis (not necessarily against this) then - by all means - extend everyone we’d like.  

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10 minutes ago, SCBills said:

Great play.  Great player.  Seems like a good person. 
 

Content creators once again urging the Bills to “Pay Po”… completely annoying.  
 

Who would they like us to sacrifice for an over 30 Safety?   Or are they just cool with kicking the can down the road and wasting an eventual year of Allen due to cap penance so we can extend anyone who plays well. 
 

If we let Oliver walk and/or don’t plan on paying Gabe Davis (not necessarily against this) then - by all means - extend everyone we’d like.  

 

Hate to annoy you but, PAY PO! Edmunds will be gone and we need to find a way to keep Poyer. Oliver and Davis as well. Your sacrificial lamb is Edmunds. 

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18 minutes ago, SCBills said:

Great play.  Great player.  Seems like a good person. 
 

Content creators once again urging the Bills to “Pay Po”… completely annoying.  
 

Who would they like us to sacrifice for an over 30 Safety?   Or are they just cool with kicking the can down the road and wasting an eventual year of Allen due to cap penance so we can extend anyone who plays well. 
 

If we let Oliver walk and/or don’t plan on paying Gabe Davis (not necessarily against this) then - by all means - extend everyone we’d like.  

 

I’d take a 30 year old All-Pro Poyer over Ed Oliver.

 

Besides, age may not bother Beane.  We just signed a 34 year old DE to a 6 year contract.

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1 hour ago, ßookie_tech said:

Why did Lamar wait so long to throw it? Duvernay was WIDE open. It looked like he wanted to go to Andrews, but Poyer jumped on him, leaving that vacant spot in the zone. But yeah it was an insane play to make it to the ball. 

 

He was asked that exact question in his post game presser. He said 'cause there were giant D lineman going like this' and he held his hands over his head like a big freaking tree. Lol. I am GROOT.

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1 hour ago, ßookie_tech said:

Why did Lamar wait so long to throw it? Duvernay was WIDE open. It looked like he wanted to go to Andrews, but Poyer jumped on him, leaving that vacant spot in the zone. But yeah it was an insane play to make it to the ball. 


Lamar stared down Andrews from the start and when it wasn’t there it was too late. 

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4 minutes ago, Motorin' said:

 

He was asked that exact question in his post game presser. He said 'cause there were giant D lineman going like this' and he held his hands over his head like a big freaking tree. Lol. I am GROOT.


True, though it was Shaq who was applying much of the pressure…

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1 minute ago, Rubes said:


True, though it was Shaq who was applying much of the pressure…

 

He was definitely, but Lamar said he couldn't see Duvernay until it was too late because of a giant set of tree limbs to his right. 

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5 minutes ago, Gambit said:

While Poyer did indeed make a great play, he also allowed that player to get wide open. The DLine saved us with that pressure.

If i recall correctly he was marking another guy at first but then left him to go and get the interception. 

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