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George

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  1. The Tom Brady Mystique is over, even Patrick Mahomes couldn't change that.
  2. Lack of Injuries could be the key to winning the East. We were lucky last year...
  3. In reality the Bills traded a #1 for Diggs. The rest of the picks would have a hard time making the team now I am happy
  4. Good Luck to my buddy Meathead, I am very disturbed to hear this. Keep the faith my friend
  5. He hasn't apologized to me yet, he could have been traded to Buffalo and ruined a great playoff run. But thanks for moving on to Oakland
  6. I was sitting at the bar at the old Transit Lanes bowling ally in Lockport NY. The crowd went nuts when the USA won. Seems like yesterday
  7. The guy has some serious injuries that robbed him of speed. I doubt he will ever be the football player he was in college. He wants to be paid for potential and that will never work. I see him signing a medium to slightly high deal.
  8. If the Patriots were smart, they would have kept Garfalo & traded Brady for 2 #1s But no....................
  9. The Bills are just a few players away just like the rest of the teams that made the playoffs....Brandon Beane & Sean McDermott have a bad habit of setting goals to low.
  10. The team is 9-4 and we need to win one game. If you can't be happy with that then give up Buffalo Bills football, the anxiety will surely kill you
  11. You guys make me laugh. The only thing that matters is Buffalo's record AND next weeks game
  12. By Bucky Brooks NFL.com Analyst Published: Dec. 6, 2019 at 04:26 p.m. Updated: Dec. 6, 2019 at 05:42 p.m. The 2018 quarterback class will change the way the NFL scouting community evaluates the position. While a lot of the attention during the pre-draft process that year focused on whether Baker Mayfield (No. 1 overall pick), Sam Darnold (No. 3) or Josh Rosen (No. 10) was the most pro-ready signal-caller from the group, the success of Josh Allen (No. 7) and Lamar Jackson (No. 32) -- who will meet on Sunday -- has scouts reviewing their notes and altering grading scales. Instead of measuring potential QB1s against old-school prototypes, scouts are being forced to tweak the model for the position with the standard built around accuracy, judgment, athleticism and football character (intelligence, work ethic, leadership skills, and mental/physical toughness). Now, evaluators have frequently cited those traits as "must-haves" in the past, but the success of Jackson and Allen should prompt scouts to put an even greater emphasis on athleticism, judgment and football character over pinpoint ball placement. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000001084590/article/lessons-from-josh-allen-lamar-jackson-mahomes-vs-patriots
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