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3 hours ago, Joe W. Namath said:

WHAT??????????????????????  he has turned perenniel scrub John Brown into a pro bowler.  he has connected with john brown downfield for 20 plus yards, 14 times already this year.

He doesnt make players better my ass!

If Robby Anderson was on the bills hed have 1,000 yards and 8 tds already this year.  our qb cant hit him down the field if his life depended on it.

Lmao he's averaging less per catch than his career average.

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5 minutes ago, Jetsbaby93 said:

But John Brown is on track for career highs in catches,yards, and touchdowns. Same with Cole Beasley 

That does not equal taking a career scrub and turning him into a pro bowler.

He's also been injured alot of his career. Did Josh Allen do that too?

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1 hour ago, Jetsbaby93 said:

Let me ask you on development who do you give the nod to so far Josh Allen or Sam Darnold? 

John Brown

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2 hours ago, Joe W. Namath said:

This has to be the least educated responses I ave seen in a while.  

No, youre right. He was a scrub became great yet averages less per catch, has a 1000 yard season under his belt a rookie lamar jackson and the ghost of joe flacco had him at 17 yards a catch last year and has been a walking injury through much of his career but josh ******* Allen transformed him.

Im not saying yards per reception is the most important stat, but it certainly doesnt equal guy sucked now hes great. 

Jamison Crowder is the Jets fifth option, John Brown is a career scrub with a 1000 yard season, Jarrett Stidham is the second best QB in the division. Do you even listen to yourself or do you try to avoid it like everyone else here?

If there was a poll that got to decide if you stayed or left, youd be gone. You know that, right? Your posts are like a culinary combination of black licorice,  halitosis and knock knock jokes. Why you would voluntarily stay where you are universally reviled is beyond me.

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5 hours ago, Jetsbaby93 said:

But John Brown is on track for career highs in catches,yards, and touchdowns. Same with Cole Beasley 

He was on a team with larry fitzgerald. He played with sh*t qbs with horrific offensive lines. Hes never played 16 games in a season. He had a 1000 yard season in 2015 despite starting 11 games. To say he somehow has become a different player because of a 60 percent passer is ridiculous 

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17 minutes ago, Joe W. Namath said:

You cant argue w stupid.  So I wont.

The career scrub was signed on a three year deal for 27 million dollars. 11 mil guaranteed. Please post a list of six year career scrubs getting those contracts and the awesome franchises that gave them those contracts. I'd love to be as educated and intelligent as you. I need your help.

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4 hours ago, Jetsbaby93 said:

How bout a gameplan to use him as complete receiver. Not just a guy that runs deep routes and screens like in zona. Josh Allen went from 52 percent completion percentage last year to 62 percent passer mediocre is darnold. Yes allen hasn't passed for 300 but he goes for 250 260 through the air and 40 to 50 on the ground. Josh Allen has improved by leaps this year. Sorry you just can't understand passing yards arent the only stat for a qb 

Wtf are you even talking about? I'm talking about John ******* Brown not being a career scrub that was changed from a pumpkin into a party bus by the amazing Josh Allen. Who THE **** is talking about Darnold vs Josh Allen?

 

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15 hours ago, Joe W. Namath said:

 

Tedd Ginn probably averages 15 yards a catch for a career.  That doesnt make you a good player.

Lol@probably. All your education and you don't know how to find out that it's actually exactly  14. You would also see that Ted Ginn is averaging 30 receptions per season for his career and has never sniffed a 1,000 yard sesson. But yeah, all things that have one thing in common are the same and I'm the dummy.

Btw, John Brown's longest reception of the season is 40 yards, so I guess he's hit him between 20 and 40 yards 14 times with no yac. Lmao

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8 hours ago, Dunnie said:

This Josh Allen is winning ... Period ... End of sentence.

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So I guess that explains how the Buffalo Allens are 19th in scoring, fifth in rushing, yet have the sixth best record in football, then?

Look at the teams that beat them in scoring like Detroit, Atlanta, TB and your period should be closer to a question mark. At the very least, it's a comma.

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17 minutes ago, jgb said:

 

I’m a simple person. If a QB is producing yards and points then he is a good QB. If he is not, then he is not.

Can I sell you the 19th best scoring offense in football? You take it?

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18 minutes ago, Philc1 said:

But what about his completion percentage in Wyoming?

Lol yeah he's a whole 4 percentage points better with professional receivers, oline, a team that is actually good in comparison to other teams they play against. He's not expected to be the offense. 

Your point is silly.

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1 minute ago, jgb said:

I understand your comment was specific to the Bills. Mine was not.

I was using your comment to make my point. Apologies.

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