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  1. Expect a lot QW discussion as well. Another one of Joe’s favorite topics.
  2. I don’t like seeing weakened 49ers because I want them to win their division and, in so doing, help make the Seahawks’ draft picks as high as possible.
  3. If anyone is acting like a homer, it’s YOU. I’m not here to argue that Darnold is some great QB, just pushing back on your ridiculous Josh Allen h-job. I get it, you love and are excited by your young QB and probably haven’t felt this good about a Bills QB since Doug Flutie (if you’re even old enough to remember him), but Jets fans have been down this road before with Sanchez and find your familiar praise to be pretty comical. Just don’t come on a rival team’s message board and expect people to agree with your love affair.
  4. Excellent counter argument! Now go back to the Bills fan forums and check back in around November.
  5. Here’s an interesting article from PFF: There are a number of reasons to be optimistic about the Bills. Defensively, they are among the best teams in the NFL, allowing the fourth-fewest yards per play in the NFL a season ago, and are guided by two of the best coaches in terms of getting the most out of their players in Sean McDermott and Leslie Frazier. They drafted Iowa defensive end A.J. Epenesa with their first pick in last month’s 2020 NFL Draft, buying low on a guy who was considered a first-round talent at this time last year. They did the same thing with Josh Norman, who played his best football with McDermott in Carolina, while A.J. Klein and Mario Addison should be welcomed additions, too. On offense, the Bills used their first-round pick to acquire a player who has been, at times, the best player on a good Minnesota Vikings team since entering the league in 2015, Stefon Diggs. They also took Utah superstar running back Zack Mossin Round 3 and UCF playmaker Gabriel Davis on Day 3 to see if they can build on quarterback Josh Allen‘s improvement in Year 2 — his PFF passing grade rose to 61.4 from 58.0 in his rookie campaign and his yards per attempt jumped two-tenths of a yard, as well. There are a number of reasons to be optimistic about the Bills. Defensively, they are among the best teams in the NFL, allowing the fourth-fewest yards per play in the NFL a season ago, and are guided by two of the best coaches in terms of getting the most out of their players in Sean McDermott and Leslie Frazier. They drafted Iowa defensive end A.J. Epenesa with their first pick in last month’s 2020 NFL Draft, buying low on a guy who was considered a first-round talent at this time last year. They did the same thing with Josh Norman, who played his best football with McDermott in Carolina, while A.J. Klein and Mario Addison should be welcomed additions, too. On offense, the Bills used their first-round pick to acquire a player who has been, at times, the best player on a good Minnesota Vikings team since entering the league in 2015, Stefon Diggs. They also took Utah superstar running back Zack Mossin Round 3 and UCF playmaker Gabriel Davis on Day 3 to see if they can build on quarterback Josh Allen‘s improvement in Year 2 — his PFF passing grade rose to 61.4 from 58.0 in his rookie campaign and his yards per attempt jumped two-tenths of a yard, as well. However, significant questions remain about whether Allen can really be a franchise quarterback for the Bills. First off, for all of the improvement — especially when throwing underneath — Allen was the NFL’s worst quarterback at completing passes traveling more than 20 yards in the air a season ago (40.8 PFF grade) and threw the fourth-highest percentage of passes deemed “uncatchable and inaccurate” (26.0%). While Allen improved in other areas of play, the latter stat barely budged from his 26.7% mark in his 2018 rookie season, and he was actually better throwing the ball deep as a rookie (73.5 PFF grade). https://www.pff.com/news/nfl-why-josh-allen-deep-throw-accuracy-is-significant-concern Yikes - good luck with that. And, again, I really don’t care what a Bills fan (yes, you’re a Bills fan so stop saying otherwise) has to say about Darnold. But I will call you out for claiming Mitch Trubisky 2.0 is the next Tom Brady when the reality is that he’s hurting your team more then helping. Run, Josh, run!!!
  6. I have never heard of these so called analysts you are quoting and, frankly, don’t really care. And pocket presence means nothing when your accuracy sucks, which Allen clearly suffers from. Bottom line is that you are a Bills fan trolling a Jets message board who is about two years behind where Bears fans were with Trubisky. Congrats on building a good supporting cast and defense but, sorry, your QB/RB is not getting you past the second round of the playoffs. But keep throwing stones at Darnold — who your team would have drafted in a heart beat over Allen — if it makes you feel bette.
  7. Of course you think that. You’re a Bills fan. And I think you’re out of your mind if you think Allen is better in the pocket then Darnold. I’m not saying Darnold is the real deal, but Allen is the most inaccurate QB I’ve ever seen and has had a distinct advantage over Darnold when you compare their supporting casts. And I can find plenty of fluff pieces about Darnold so those Allen clips mean nothing. And there are plenty
  8. You think Josh Allen is underrated because you’re a Bills fan. Reminds me so much of my perception of Sanchez during his first couple years. Take the blinders off and just accept that you have the most inaccurate QB in the league. He’s a good football player, just not a good QB.
  9. Exactly my reaction. Also a little surprised to see Baker & Co. ranked 9 spots higher.
  10. I’m guessing the OP is projecting Chase gone before the Jets’ first pick. Maybe I’m wrong.
  11. Or tests positive and has to sit out a few weeks, even if he’s asymptotic. This year, in particular, is going to be very unpredictable.
  12. I do. It’s just a few bucks a month and the content is great.

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