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  1. I've said this in another thread.  

    Draft WRs this year, pray Jimmy G leads the 49ers to a SuperBowl, forcing their hand to pay him, that along with needing to reup Bosa, and this  just might shake Deebo free after 2022.

    Then throw all sorts of money at Deebo.

  2. 17 hours ago, RutgersJetFan said:

    Yesterday's word was knoll and I just wanted to come on here and say what a bullsh*t word to use. My wife thoroughly enjoyed my frustrations with it. 

    First SHIRE, then KNOLL, if we get FRODO I'm calling shenanigans.


  3. 4 minutes ago, RedBeardedSavage said:

    Curious about the trade value of Cam Jordan.

    I doubt they let ryan ramczyk go and while I love Kamara, I don't want to pay RB's. 

    But Jordan is great - I know he's aging and expensive - but that's why the cost to us might be low other than cap space?

    He'd be a rental for a year or two. 

    Just something to think about. 

    I understand the thought process, but I can't see this FO going for a 10 year vet, at least at this point.  If this was January 2023 and we were coming off a 8-9, 9-8 season, I could see them giving up some assets for older pieces to turn the roster into a playoff roster.

    I just don't see them doing this now.

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  4. 22 minutes ago, Sperm Edwards said:

    He got suspended a decade ago, remember.

    Still, I don't know that he'd necessarily be the worst villain in the league in 2022, but he's no Saint.


    I'm not sure what I like more...the pun or Fozzy....either way....here...take your rep.

  5. Don't forget....it was the Bills who gave the Chiefs Mahomes.

    Bills traded back with the Chiefs in 2017 to allow them to move up to 10 and pick up Mahomes.

    The trade compensation they got was not used in their move up to get Allen a year later.

    While I'm sure they're happy with Allen, there's something to be said about being eliminated two years in a row by the QB you could have had, or at the very least could have prevented the Chiefs from having.


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  6. 6 minutes ago, HawkeyeJet said:

    I’ll add one other thing that I think is a bit off in the National narrative with Buffalo.  Everyone is all on board with them being a perennial powerhouse moving forward.  That’s mostly based off Allen, and no disputing he’s worthy of that praise.

    That said, this was basically their last chance at a season where his contract wasn’t a major factor.  Add in that Diggs contract basically triples the next two years from what it was this year, they are going to have some serious roster makeover. They have drafted well, but not great, and don’t have a lot of money available without cutting ties with some key contributors.  They should be able to keep the roster pretty close to the same next year, but there some large change coming within the next year or 2.

    And in all likelihood they're losing both coordinators to HC jobs.

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  7. It's funny, no one in the media cried about Matt Ryan not getting a chance in OT a few years ago in the Super Bowl.

    I think the media loves the Bills because they're a good "long time loser" story, kinda like the Cubs always were.

    On top of that, they have idiot fans who do stupid sh*t....which also plays well on TV.

    I would imagine if the Bills won the super bowl half of their fans would end up dead, either by alcohol consumption alone or doing something stupid while overly intoxicated and celebrating. 


    Probably a blessing in disguise that they lost.

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  8. 7 minutes ago, chirorob said:

    Considering Fant is a FA after next season and Becton isn't overly durable, I would have no problem with JD using one of the top 4 picks on a tackle.

    Agree and I think Moses will want more money and years then JD will be willing to do.  That leaves us with Fant and Becton in 2022.  With Becton's injury history you can't be comfortable moving into next season with just those two guys.

    I can't see them using #4 on a tackle, but I can see them using one of the 2nds or after a trade down from 10 with any extra picks.

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  9. I said this in another thread but I would like to see at least 3 offensive players in our first 4 picks, preferably OL/WR/TE but not necessarily in that order.  If we can grab a good edge at 4 or 10...do it.  We can fill out the rest of the defense in FA and later drafts.

    Realistically, we are not going to compete on the "divisional round" level until 2023.  You not only need offense, but you need an offense that is used to playing with each other. Bill/Chiefs etc. have great offensives, not only because they are filled with stars, but also because they've been with each other in the same system for multiple years.

    If we focused on Offense in 2022, we could field an offense in 2023 that looks like this:

    QB - Wilson year 3

    RB - Carter year 3, 2022 draft pick year 2

    WR - Moore year 3

    WR - 2022 high draft pick year 2

    TE - 2022 high draft pick year 2

    I'd be happy to go 7-10 next year while losing games 35-31 if it means our offense will be vastly improved moving forward.

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