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  1. The Bills are 100% expected to re-sign long snapper Reid Ferguson as soon as the Buffalo Bills open a spot on the 53 man roster. (There is a good chance they do the same with Jacob Hollister) Both could be back on the team by Thursday. It is also expected the Bills will put a couple of players on "short term" IR. Which for this season is as short as 3 weeks. Players that we know are dinged and that could go to STR include: McKenzie, Harrison Phillips, Taron Johnson, Marquez Stevenson and possibly Tommy Sweeney. Another possible roster change is if the Bills see someone on the free agent market or waive wire that they want. This would force them to either IR another guy, or cut him to make room for the new guy (i.e. CB Jimmy Mooreland, as an example) So roster moves are not over....but we should know pretty soon. PS I don't see the Bills signing John Smoke Brown. He would be WR#6 or #7 on this roster. WR Keke Coutee and C Matt Skura are two veterans looking to latch on with a team. OT Adrian Ealy is a rookie with promise.
  2. I totally agree with this...and before we went into the draft I was afraid Cody wouldn't take that next step up in year 3. I know he was a 2nd round pick, but on the field, at times in pass pro, he looks like an undrafted player. Let's hope it is a not a glaring weakness this season. Joe Buscaglia: Considering it’s the end of August and the Bills still don’t seem to know who the starting right guard will be, I’ll go with 2019 second-round pick Cody Ford as the biggest disappointment. General manager Brandon Beane said during the offseason that he would be surprised if Ford wasn’t one of their best five offensive linemen. Yet, against the Packers, Ford split first-team offensive series with Ike Boettger. On top of that, when Ford was in the game, he continued to give up pass-rushing pressures as he has a lot this summer. Ford is coming back from offseason surgery, but he’s been a full participant basically the entire camp. If he doesn’t win the job or starts the year and struggles, it would be a major disappointment with a former early pick that didn’t live up to the team’s lofty expectations.
  3. We all should do what we can to help prevent anyone from getting COVID. I know too many that have gotten it...and some were very sick....and a few have lasting side effects. If I have to have a colonoscopy or a root canal or a shot in my arm to help stop the spread and possibly save a life, count me in.
  4. According to McKenzie, he was fined $14,650 for multiple instances of not wearing a mask inside the facility. The NFL has the right to set the rules, it is their league. And, if McKenzie doesn't want to follow the rules, and is cool blowing $14 grand, that is certainly an option.
  5. The formerly known as the Redskins got a little frustrated with his muffs. He definitely flashes though..... Well, hope he makes the most of his opportunity.
  6. We just lost 5 WRs for this week....Cole Beasley, Gab Davis, McKenzie, Duke Williams and Lance Lenoir. Plus Stevenson is dinged up. So bringing in one more WR to shag balls in practice makes sense. Not sure why we brought in the DT. Maybe because Harrison Phillips is banged up and Star is out on Covid watch.
  7. Next year I hope we draft a beast of a Guard or Center. In fact, since Josh Allen is so valuable, we should draft an OLinemen in the early rounds every year....at least one.
  8. Duke Williams is not a surprise. So many better WRs ahead of him. Plus it is clear Duke Williams is physically gifted, shows some flashes, but is just missing elements like precise route running and reeling in the really difficult catches. Best of luck to him. Hope he signs on somewhere.
  9. You referring to OG Forrest Lamp? Former 2nd round pick, age 27. He was drafted in 2017 but has been injured a lot so far in his career. He missed his 2017 rookie season with a torn ACL. He had a minor knee procedure in 2018 and only made two appearances that season. In 2019, Lamp looked to be getting his career on track appearing in seven games and making two starts. Unfortunately for the guard, he would end the year on the injured reserve after breaking his fibula. He did play in all 16 games in 2020. Now in Buffalo, he has been injured. Back on August 5th, after missing several practices, the Bills announced he was dealing with a "calf". Calf strains can take 3-4 weeks to heal. I was hopeful for him to compete, but not much good if not available. If he can't go in the 3rd preseason game, I can't see a reason he sticks.
  10. per THE ATHLETIC FALLERS: Guards Cody Ford and Ike Boettger The Bills guards’ ineffectiveness as pass blockers Saturday was concerning. Ford, Boettger and Jon Feliciano are in a three-person battle for two starting guard spots, yet no one has locked one down. Feliciano missed out on the “fallers” list because he had only two offensive series, while Ford and Boettger played almost the entire first half. Of the two, Ford is probably the better pass blocker right now, but they are both giving up too many pressures. The starting guard spots and pass-blocking ineffectiveness have gone from a sneaky concern to a potentially big problem for the 2021 season.
  11. Knox is perfect to catch several targets, and then drop one. And he is very consistent with his inconsistent hands. It is a shame.
  12. I thought the same. And I think Efe will play this year....for someone. He is good enough to be part of a rotation for some team. I wonder if Efe Obada could be trade bait. He has apparently played well in training camp. This 3rd preseason game we may see him a lot...and if he is going against 2s and 3s he could flash with pressures and maybe a sack. Magic Beane might be able to flip him for a late round pick then.
  13. Jerry Hughes, Mario Addison, Epenesa, Rousseau, Boogie, even Darryl Johnson. That rotation will keep the DLine fresh for sure. And it looks like the youngins are going to be competing this year. Pretty exciting if things keep going in the direction we have seen the first 2 preseason games.
  14. Epenesa does look like a different player. His "push strength" looks much stronger....despite being lighter. Plus he appears more agile. His rookie year was pretty meh. After his performance in these two preseason games I think he will be much more of a factor this year.
  15. Pressure by AJ Epenesa, Rosseau and even Basham is encouraging. Harrison Phillips, Zimmer and Darryl Johnson have been active. I am hopeful the DeeLine is going to generate a lot more pressure/sacks than last year.
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