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#481 ndirish1978

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Posted 16 February 2017 - 02:25 PM

Bills have no WRs. Not sure this is a very attractive spot for him



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Posted 16 February 2017 - 02:26 PM

Bills have no WRs. Not sure this is a very attractive spot for him

We have Sammy, Clay and Shady currently and a strong possibility to add a top WR talent at 10.  Plenty of weapons IMO



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Posted 16 February 2017 - 02:27 PM

We have Sammy, Clay and Shady currently and a strong possibility to add a top WR talent at 10.  Plenty of weapons IMO

agreed. We have a decent triplet combo with a QB that can utilize them. Fix the RT spot, draft a good #2 WR or sign a FA WR. With a QB in place, we might be actually able to get one to come here for the first time in forever.

Edited by YoloinOhio, 16 February 2017 - 02:29 PM.


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Posted 16 February 2017 - 02:41 PM

It's also a question mark on how good their defense will be in Denver with Wade gone and a new scheme.

 

 

Regarding Denver.......Elway has proven he can re-stock a team quickly..........he turned a soft, slow D into the league's best in two offseasons........so looking at it objectively........ Denver with Elway and a playoff tested organization that EXPECTS to win.......or THE BILLSY WAY with Doug Whaley?

 

If cut, the logical fit is Houston......his wife is pregnant so they probably want to stay near home and the Texans have the best D in the NFL.....a stud WR in Hopkins.....and they routinely make the playoffs in the league's EASIEST division to win.



#485 TheFunPolice

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Posted 16 February 2017 - 02:47 PM

There are only a few teams that would really be in the mix, because (IMO anyway) he is going to want some $$ and some type of bonus. I think he wants to play 3-4 years somewhere, then retire.

 

Plenty of teams could use him if he's healthy. But how many are willing to swing for the fences and invest some real $$ into him?

 

I think a dark horse threat is KC, honestly. Imagine that team with a real QB.

 

Chicago keeps getting mentioned but that division is tough and the Bears are totally awful.

 

The AFC East, aside from Brady, is really not a good division. He could come in here, have a nice cadre of weapons in Sammy, Clay and Shady (plus whoever else they sign) and a shot at Brady twice a year. A shot at Brady is house money: everyone loses to them, but if you beat them it's a feather in your cap. Can't lose.

 

Then there is the fanbase. He would be welcomed here like a savior, and if he plays well it only goes up from there.

 

Then there's the ownership, who will spend the $$ and must want owning a team to be fun and exciting in reality rather than just theory at some point.

 

The Bills actually make a lot more sense than it might seem like. If it's an open market I think the chances actually are better, plus you don't have to burn draft picks to do it.



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Posted 16 February 2017 - 02:49 PM

I think it's easier for the Broncos to fix their O-line through the draft than it is for the Bills to entice an aging QB with the oft-injured Watkins and a slew of rookies. That's just my opinion though.



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Posted 16 February 2017 - 05:29 PM

I just don't think Houston is in the market with the Brock contract.


How can they be?

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Posted 16 February 2017 - 05:40 PM

How can they be?

romo would need to take a tiny deal

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Posted 16 February 2017 - 06:09 PM

How can they be?

 

 

Why not?

 

They aren't exceptionally tight to the cap(mid 20's) and they have deals they can re-structure.

 

That is a team that thinks it's on the cusp and their HC is on the hotseat.


romo would need to take a tiny deal

 

 

Fact free.........but an opinion........mediocre......but still better than 26BF. :beer:

 

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Posted 16 February 2017 - 06:21 PM

 
we really are a QB away.  Pare that with the fact we still have the #10 pick in the draft.  Could grab Mike Williams or C. Davis.  Then OT in round 2.  


We really are a QB away? 6th in scoring in the NFL leading into week 17 and you think offense was the problem?