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52 minutes ago, nealpellecchia@yahoo said:

Oh well their inabilities and mistakes hurt us.

The only inability I could see, was their inability to even try and play defense when it mattered most. 13 seconds, and the entire 4 quarters at home against the Bengals. Kind of weird with all the draft picks they've spent (wasted) since the arrival of McDumbass.

For those who actually stuck around, we watched this defense, at home, take a knee for a full 4 quarters. McDumbass, and sleepy Frasier had a full week to game plan, and for the entire game, that's all they did. No adjustments, no nothing. Just lining up 5 yards off the line of scrimmage, and backing up another 5 yards when the ball was snapped. Why does Frasier need to take a break, does his defense actually do anything to warrant one? Good work if you can get it. And the offense? Not much better. Instead of taking a page from the Bengals, and taking what they were given, they thought it would be better idea to throw the ball downfield in the snow and wind. Paying fans should have asked for a refund, because they deserved one.

However there is a silver lining, McDermott (defensive guru) said they would learn from this. However, he says that at the end of every season, and never seems to. lmao

 

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On 3/11/2023 at 9:43 AM, jamsim67 said:

The only inability I could see, was their inability to even try and play defense when it mattered most. 13 seconds, and the entire 4 quarters at home against the Bengals. Kind of weird with all the draft picks they've spent (wasted) since the arrival of McDumbass.

For those who actually stuck around, we watched this defense, at home, take a knee for a full 4 quarters. McDumbass, and sleepy Frasier had a full week to game plan, and for the entire game, that's all they did. No adjustments, no nothing. Just lining up 5 yards off the line of scrimmage, and backing up another 5 yards when the ball was snapped. Why does Frasier need to take a break, does his defense actually do anything to warrant one? Good work if you can get it. And the offense? Not much better. Instead of taking a page from the Bengals, and taking what they were given, they thought it would be better idea to throw the ball downfield in the snow and wind. Paying fans should have asked for a refund, because they deserved one.

However there is a silver lining, McDermott (defensive guru) said they would learn from this. However, he says that at the end of every season, and never seems to. lmao

 

Nothing to remember about this game.

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On 3/11/2023 at 6:13 AM, Zan186 said:

There is the possibility that the Bills tank next year to retool and make a run in 2025.  They could address the Offense and neglect the defense, just plug a scrub in at safety and MILB and just try to outscore opponents.  Having a top 10 draft pick next year could push the Bills over the top.   

Not a fan of a rebuild year, but without restructuring and signing at least one of the two (edmunds/Poyer), the Bills are going to have too many holes on defense to plug in one draft.  The other angle is if you lose both and you don't sing FA then you get compensatory picks....something Beane never took advantage of.

I think that if they build up the OL, use the run more, and get a legit second receiver or two that this team's "tank" might be more of a Bradley than an Abrams

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I think there's still a chance they are able to keep Poyer.  As a player that I expected to have an early offer, the fact he's not signed makes me think either the Safety market is softer than expected or his expectations are not in line with the market.

In either of the above cases, maybe he could be affordable for the Bills afterall.

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On 3/11/2023 at 7:13 AM, Zan186 said:

There is the possibility that the Bills tank next year to retool and make a run in 2025.  They could address the Offense and neglect the defense, just plug a scrub in at safety and MILB and just try to outscore opponents.  Having a top 10 draft pick next year could push the Bills over the top.   

Not a fan of a rebuild year, but without restructuring and signing at least one of the two (edmunds/Poyer), the Bills are going to have too many holes on defense to plug in one draft.  The other angle is if you lose both and you don't sing FA then you get compensatory picks....something Beane never took advantage of.

If the Bill's tanked to retool, McBeane would spend their #1 pick on some can't miss DL. And under McDermott, he would miss. And don't forget, after his year off Frasier might be coming back to help. I smell a sitcom.

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On 3/10/2023 at 12:23 PM, Tanqueray Ten said:

Super Bowls are awarded - they are not won the way that most of you think.  

Sports entertainment. And it's taken over all professional sports, and college (football, basketball). Lots of money involved, why leave it up to chance?

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On 3/8/2023 at 1:17 PM, mixum said:

Not that it’s a huge shocker they both are bailing for more money but it’s a devastating loss. Simply too many holes on this roster to compete in AFC. MLB, 2 safety’s, offensive line rebuild, running back, wide receiver, and some say CB. That’s without a punter or backup QB. That team is maybe a 7 with team with Josh Allen. This is why Diggs wants to be traded. He sees it’s. How none of you do is beyond me. It’s a rebuild except at QB and Milano. The roster is awful.

Remember when you said this before he restructured?

 

 

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16 minutes ago, Angry Byrds said:

Remember when you said this before he restructured?

Well that's obviously because he wants the Bills to see he isn't worth much so they willl trade him.  Act now, Mixum's mortuary is running a three embalmings and burials for the price of two, and you don't even have to be dead to get in on this deal:

A live look at Mixum:
 

 

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Live look at Poyer on the FA market.

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