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  1. This whole argument/discussion is pointless. We don't have Mahomes, few people figured he would be THIS good before the draft, and there's no way we're getting him now. So time to grow up and move on.
  2. Disagree. OL play is the biggest problem on this offense. Create a pocket Allen can trust, it's a different ball game. The OL is so inconsistent it's maddening. The Bills had taken the "just fix one player" approach for most of the last two decades. Look where it's gotten them. They need to upgrade the OL and when they start winning in the trenches, the rest of the offense will find a good rhythm.
  3. What do you think changed? He was hailed as such a promising talent last year... a SB QB. There must be something with the team that is different between this year and last; something that either covered up his weaknesses that's gone now, or something new in the situation that is causing him to struggle. What do you notice?
  4. They left out: 4th qtr comebacks and game-winning drives Taylor - 5 game winning drives (over his career) Allen - 6 4th qtr comebacks and 8 game winning drives (over his career) The other stats are close, but I think it's ^^this^^ that endears Allen over Taylor. I liked Taylor. I thought he was doing fine, but if the Bills were behind with Taylor, I just never remember thinking they had a chance. It's different with Allen. They always have a chance.
  5. Even though he LEADS THE LEAGUE in comebacks and game winning drives in the 4th qtr. Buffalo has had QBs over the years with all the measurables, all the talent and skill the position could ask, but they didn't have that ever-elusive "It." Allen has most of those measurables, and admittedly isn't as string in some of them, but he definitely has that "It-factor." Like Phil Simms said after the Cowboys game, "Josh Allen is not a perfect QB, but he is the perfect QB for the Bills." Lebatard sounds like he should make a lateral move to film critic or feel good pieces... or bumper stickers.
  6. They've been saying this stuff all. season. long. Yet the Bills just keep getting it done. I really hope they bury the Pats this week--defense eats Brady alive, and the offense has another break out game...
  7. The Bills will be like: NE's been slowing down, Brady's been struggling more and more, and the Bills are looking better. Pitt was a very tough defense.
  8. "Why are you going there? You're going to have to earn anything you get. Why not go somewhere else where you're guaranteed a gratuitous playoff appearance every few years and can just coast?" McDermott's done a great job building a winning team, and the future looks bright.
  9. And this time, they earned their own way in. This one's legit! First time in 20 years!
  10. https://www.twitter.com/MongoFeliciano/status/1204843777413787649 Feliciano telling it like it is to AB.
  11. Offensively, it wouldn't take much to be "better." Bills lead the league in drops. Lead. The. League. Just start with hanging on to the football.
  12. This is a HUGE concern. Now, I thought the Cowboys were supposed to have a formidable pass rush, but the OL dominated them.... and then there was last week. You just don't know what you're going to get. If the run game is effective, just pound the ball and let the D shut down their O.
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