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  1. I can't argue with anything you said at all. I do most of my "evaluating" for my fantasy team by reading articles and watching games/highlights on youtube. I'm merely pointing out that this article is a piece of crap. lol.. Normally when I see an article like this, where the author is trying to nit-pick and slam the player based on well.... nothing. It usually means that the player doesn't have many faults, and I'd be more than happy to grab him in my rookie draft. As far as Tua goes, I don't care how good his stats were in 2019. I wouldn't(didn't) touch him with a 10 foot pole. Hip surge
  2. I don't watch college football, but this article is lame. I'll admit, the authors 1st point is understandable, but has more to do with scheme than Jones ability as a QB. Based on his 1st point Kyler Murray is a crap QB too. His 2nd point, is redundant. I broke down the YAC with each completion, and compared it with Joe Burrows 2019 stats. The difference between Macs 53.5 and Burrows 45.6 is 1.31 yards per completion. Which in reality, isn't noticeable in a real game, or is it? If you factor in the Authors 1st point, that Mac throws 34.1% of his throws at or behind the line of scrimmage, t
  3. I mentioned it earlier on this page that Brown might be gone, adding to Davis's value both irl and fantasy. My guess is a WR in the later rounds 4+. Don't rule out a RB in rounds 1-3.
  4. I don't believe that you're not buying it for a second. Must've been a bad Organization. Jets, Bengals, Pats, Dallas(?), and others. That's not something the Bills as an Organization have to worry about. Us as fans have heard nothing but good praise coming out of OBD as far as the coaching staff/player life is concerned, and how things are run ever since Pegula's took over. You think Daboll will be gone if he gets an offer? I think Pegula's match the offer or even a little home town discount and he stays.
  5. lol, that's a hypothetical situation man. I'd hope he stays in this situation too. but if those were real FA contracts, it's not WNY's decision. It's his. If I were put in this type of situation, I'd take less money and go back to my home team. And based on your statement, you're from WNY, a passionate Bills fan, and If you were given the same hypothetical, you'd probably take less money to play for the Bills.
  6. You guys are missing the point. You guys are underestimating what its like to work for your team. The team you grew up watching and rooting for. Regardless of money. Look at all the coaches that take better jobs for other teams. To them its just a job, because they're not really a fan of the team. You hear coaches all the time say they're 'a fan of the game'. Let's be real, 'a fan of the game' and 'a fan of the team' are two different things. Do you think that the coaches and players don't check and see how their team is doing? Of course they do. We just don't hear about it.
  7. Also, don't be shocked if Daboll stays right where he is. He grew up in the area, and grew up as a Bills fan. So he bleeds Buffalo red and blue. He also went to college at University of Rochester, a little over an hour away. So right now, there's a good chance that he is literally in his dream job.
  8. My mistake, I should have said 'They didn't draft him to ride the bench after this season.' and 'The writing was on the wall for Jones/Williams' beyond this year.' Regardless of whether he was a 2nd rounder or 5th rounder, unless the Packers were going to trade Jones/Williams before this season started, he was gonna be the 3rd string RB. And that's what he's been getting, 3rd string carries. I wish they would have given him more playing time too, but hey, everyone that drafted him if FF pretty much knew he wasn't gonna do much this year anyways. The real question is, Is Di
  9. Well, they didn't draft him in the second round just to have him ride the bench. The writing was on the wall when they made the pick.
  10. Wow, 2nd page and no one mentioned the fact that he wanted to use the abbreviation 'FFM'.
  11. Yup, and it'll probably happen at Halftime in the Super Bowl when the Bills are up 34-3 against the Saints.
  12. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2020/12/09/antonio-gibsons-status-in-doubt-with-turf-toe/ Looks like it's turf toe.
  13. Any news on him? Has it been confirmed that it's actually turf toe? Or is no news good news? Seeing as it's been almost 24 hours with no update, should I take this as a good thing? edit: maybe he just stubbed his toe? lol
  14. lol, right. That makes sense now. I saw that, but I don't ever remember him fumbling. Thanks for clearing that up for me. haha
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