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  1. Landry was traded for a 4th, I would be interested if all we had to give up was a 5th and of course we're still in contention.
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    Bad year for free agency

    The only marquee player I see us getting is Bell. These other dream scenarios are in fact dreams. We'll pay him his $16 mil and so on ...
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    Bad year for free agency

    Too much talk regarding what can we sign when more should be focused on what we can re-sign. CB will be a top priority with both Claiborne and Skrine hitting FA. Our entire receiving core are hitting free agency, with Robby luckly being restricted. If Steward is still on the roster make that one returning but what has he done? We'll need to spend a large sum of money on a veteran backup. Is that McCown coming back for $8-10 mil? We'll have zero depth at S with all our backups expiring. Carpenter is a FA as well. Who ever is ink to play LG will be paid above market as JAG starters even got a nice check last season.
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    I'm watching the game and not be be a hater but it's been terrific play calling so far. His only incomplete pass was in the redzone in which the TE was uncovered but the pressure got to him to quick.
  5. This probably has less to do with hamstrings and more about joints.
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    Le’Veon Bell anyone?

    Sorry to nitpick, however Gurley will make $15 mil the first 3 years. $21.95 (year 1) + $12.55 (year 2) + $10.5 (year 3), that's his cash payout.
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    Le’Veon Bell anyone?

    Bell can't be extended. Nor does it makes sense to give up a 3rd when the Dolphins and Browns already set a precedent with Landry who was traded for a 4th with the full capability of playing 16 games. As for Bell, it seems like he's holding out til after the deadline therefore he can't be traded after signing his tag.
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    Le’Veon Bell anyone?

    Preach and very selective of them to tolerate it from player X but not Y.
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    Josh Allen named starter this week

    I know it's not saying much but Allen gives the Bills the best opportunity to win. When your OL isn't that seasoned, someone with mobility would certainly help. When the defense rushes 4 and there's pretty good coverage down field, Peterman would just hold on the the football for the cover sack were else Allen would take off and run. This also opens up the playbook for zone read option and RPO. I think Allen will have a respectable performance.
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    The Browns...!?

    Tyrod didn't look good. Seem like he was lobbying passes. Probably that's the affects of small hands trying to grib a wet ball. On one of his picks Gordon should have tracked the ball better to knock it away. Number 85 was terrible. Hyde came out with a decent performance for them.
  11. The Browns made a great redzone stop all for the ref to call unnecessary roughness on Garret for landing on Ben. Like the guy landed on him during the completion of his sack. It wasn't as if he was trying to put in a little bit of hot sauce going to the ground on his shoulder. Smh, this league. Then instead of kicking a FG next play is a 4 yard TD for Connor. Watch the game here http://buffstreamz.com/watch/nfl-live.php
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    Bills game

    Just imagine if Josh Allen was involved in this game, you know his naysayer would of had a field day with such a poor team performance.
  13. What's good (or fair) and what he'll get on the market most definitely will be drastic. A fair contract for Bell should net his AVV (average annual value) around $15 mil. At least 1.5 years of his AVV should come in the form of a signing bonus, so $15 mil multiplied by 1.5 equates to $22.5 mil. I would say 3.5 years of his AVV should be guaranteed, while only 3 years should be fully guaranteed. Doing the math that's $52.5 mil (guaranteed) and $45 mil (fully guarenteed). The problem is the Sterlers don't operate contracts this way. $22.5 mil (at signing) $45 full guarenteed $52.5 mil guaranteed. On the open market with team competing and not being handcuff by any restrictions (tenders or franchise tag), Bell should receive an uptick in all three numbers as well as a favorable structure. This is my guess: AVV of $17.5 mil $27 mil (at signing) $52.5 mil (full guarentee) $62 mil guarenteed. The bidding for his services can hence on the structure of year 4 and 5 having a deadline in the form of a roster bonus to make an early decision regarding keeping or releasing him. An early decision would allow him once cut to hit the market when teams have fund rather in May or June when the market dries up.

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