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oldrover

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Have a strange feeling it's gonna be a Bengals vs 49ers final and burrow winning it.
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Players in the NFL to earn a living ... get paid more ... winning equals opportunity ... if this bothers you ...then you simply don't get it ... we have players on the team that are simply too soft ... whoever they are be prepared to go ...not the team for you ... A rookie QB was tougher than your soft azzes ... move on to a soft team....Poyer spoke truth .. get tougher you fans that are bothered by this.
 

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Nick Foles ... Jump ball Joe Flacco ... Jeff Hostetler .... add more
 

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Under the terms of the $258 million extension, Allen's salary cap hit is $10.2 million this season and $16.4 million in 2022 before it jumps to $39.7 million in 2023

We’ll see how the Bills roster shapes up of the next couple seasons when Allen’s cap hits grow exponentially…
 

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“We gotta hit these guys in the mouth,” Poyer told teammates (via a video posted on Buffalo’s team website). “You see how ****y these guys are. Man (expletive) them, man. I’m tired of these (expletive). It’s an end of an era for them tonight. An end of an (expletive) era. Let’s go.”

Poyer was just being a competitor here but they definitely backed it up.

Bills’ Jordan Poyer fired up teammates for Patriots game by telling them it was ‘the end of an era,’ calling New England players ‘****y’ - masslive.com
This isn’t really rubbing salt into the wound…it’s just typical pregame locker room hype that happens before every game. The whole “end of an era” thing doesn’t mean anything if Buffalo can’t manage to win a SB. Each season is it’s own entity so let’s see what happens next year.

But we definitely need to get better moving forward to compete with Buffalo and Miami for the division.
 

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“We gotta hit these guys in the mouth,” Poyer told teammates (via a video posted on Buffalo’s team website). “You see how ****y these guys are. Man (expletive) them, man. I’m tired of these (expletive). It’s an end of an era for them tonight. An end of an (expletive) era. Let’s go.”

Poyer was just being a competitor here but they definitely backed it up.

Bills’ Jordan Poyer fired up teammates for Patriots game by telling them it was ‘the end of an era,’ calling New England players ‘****y’ - masslive.com
There have been pre game rants like this one for the last 15 years. They look good when they win like Buffalo did last Saturday, and occasionally they have been wins in the past. But for the most part these rants are like pissing in the wind. It usually winds up hitting them back in the face.

As for me, I will enjoy watching the 2nd year of the rebuild materialize. About 70 key decisions that will have to be made. Some will be hits and some will be misses (like evert year. We as fans will of course focus on the misses, but the reality is that the Pats wouldn't have over 21 years of constant success if there there were more hits than misses.

We need more beef on the DL. (Davis of GA might be there at 21). We need more depth at CB (there will probably be a good one at 21 like the kid from Cincy) and dare I say it more help at WR. There will be over 15 NFL capable WR's coming out each year, But I think we would be more likely to get a FA WR that will offer immediate help than one in the draft.

The key will be Mac making a second year leap. He needs to get stronger. He needs to work to develop more movement in the pocket. He has the athletic skills to be more mobile just not the instincts. There are things he can do to develop these

the 2nd key for the offense will be the emergence of JSmith. BB has always said TE is the hardest position to learn in this offense next to the QB, so I'll give Smith a pass of his meh of a first year. IF he does emerge next year the offense will be much harder to stop with us actually using the 2 TE offense more.

Bourne Myers, and Agular are all very capable NFL WR's. None are exactly game breakers, but the Pats have never needed elite WR's to have a top 5 offense. LOVE to have one, but I'm not breaking the bank to get one in FA and I'm not drafting one high enough to find one in April.

I'm not sure who is a FA or not, but the 2 I'd sign is Trent Brown and JC Jackson. I'd probably say goodbye to DMac and James White. I'd also part with Slater too but he doesn't make enough and his leadership value makes him worth keeping. So many others as well. Nothing will surprise me.
 

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If you think that's bad you should have heard what BB was saying in the locker room about the Panthers before Super Bowl 38.

Motivational speeches like that happens all the time. Sometimes they're taped by Antonio Brown. LOL
 

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Not much has changed here fans saying they are tough but losing sleep over truth and merda.
I have a statement and a question:

1) Welcome back.

2) Did you have a stroke?
 

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I think Buffalo will win the SB this year, and I want them to win. Then next year we'll see how well they do with a target on their backs every week and minus a couple of coaches that will probably get plundered.
 

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