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Trentwannabe

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  1. I keep thinking I am seeing lightening but I assume its the LED banner around the stadium.
  2. That Titans OL. Woof.
  3. Thank you @KhanYouDigIt!
  4. He has to. Titans too talented on D to be wasting this season away.
  5. I know Tannehill isn't very good but he has to better then this right?
  6. Week 3 GDT: Bengals @ Bills 2019 Home Opener!

    Probably a little early to label him injury prone. Missing last season and then breaking his foot earlier this off-season isn't ideal by any means but he's put together multiple full seasons. Today's news sucks but without knowing the severity of it I won't get too concerned or start calling for his release.
  7. Week 3 GDT: Bengals @ Bills 2019 Home Opener!

    Devin Singletary is not practicing again. No need to rush him back for a week 3 game. Tyler Kroft and Andre Roberts are both practicing fully today. A great sign for their availability for Sunday. Frank Gore given a rest day. I expect to see a lot of Yeldon making catching out of the backfield.
  8. Week 3 GDT: Bengals @ Bills 2019 Home Opener!

    Regarding the idea of a trap game: This is a huge test for McDermott and his staff. If we come out flat and ugly and even lose, they'll need to take a long look in the mirror. The process should not include losing at home to an inferior team.
  9. PSA: If someone ever wants to do the GDT please let me know. I certainly don't want to hog them but I get too antsy by Wednesday to wait any longer. Last 5 games: 2017: Bills 16 @ Bengals 20 2016: Bills 16 @ Bengals 12 2015: Bengals 34 @ Bills 21 2013: Bengals 27 @ Bills 24 OT 2011: Bills 20 @ Bengals 23 Bengals have won 4 of the last 5. Bills lead all-time series 16-15. Same Faces, new places: Bengals OT Cordy Glenn, OG John Miller and LB Preston Brown were all drafted by the Buffalo Bills Bills back-up QB Matt Barkley spent the 2018 TC with Cincinnati The Bills stats: Record: 2-0 Offense Yards/game: 9th Offense Yards/play: 13th Offense Rush yards/game: 9th Offense Rush yards/play: 12th Offense Pass yards/game: 18th Offense Pass yards/play: 13th. Defense Yards/game: 6th Defense Yards/play: 3rd Defense Rush yards/game: 10th Defense Rush yards/play: 20th Defense Pass yards/game: 6th Defense Pass yards/play: 1st. The Bengals stats: More info to come. Analysis: The Bills are 3-2 in their last 5 home openers (1-1 under McDermott). The Bills are 10-6 at home during Sean Mcdermott tenure as HC. The Bills are coming off two straight road wins to open the season, something that has not been done very often. Buffalo has been efficient and at times down right dominant throughout the last two weeks. Josh Allen has taken a huge step in year two throwing for over 250 yards in each contest and completing over 64% of his passes. WR's John Brown and Cole Beasley are already playing huge dividends. As is the new look OL lead by free agent pickup Mitch Morse who is playing at an all pro level. On the defensive side of the ball, Buffalo returned 10 of 11 starters to open the season with rookie Ed Oliver being the newcomer. This unit remains dominant and makes it hard for opposing offenses to have big plays against them. No QB has survived playing the Bills defense this year and started the following week due to one thing or another. The Bills are likely to get TE Tyler Kroft back this week just in time to face his old team. However, RB Devin Singletary is a question mark as of Wednesday and the Bills may be very cautious with him moving forward. Cincinnati is off to a rough start under first year HC Zac Taylor. Though they almost pulled off the upset in week 1 in Seattle, they were completely embarrassed by San Francisco at home in week 2. RB Joe Mixon has had a rough time getting going early in the season, likely due to the patch-work offensive line in front of him. The Bengals like to show a lot of "eye candy" in their formations and never give the defense any clues as to what they are actually running. The McVay presence is strong in their offense. Defensively the Bengals leave a lot to be desired. Bills fans know all to well how slow LB Preston Brown is and the man beside him is likely worse in Nick Vigil. The Bengals DL is still a strength but against the run they have not held up allowing an average of 165.5 yards per game and 3 total touchdowns on the season. The Bills are home and off to their best start since 2014. Buffalo not only wants to be a playoff team, the players and staff expect themselves to be. If that is to hold true, a win Sunday is an absolute must. No excuses. Bills will likely lean on Frank Gore and Josh Allen's legs early to wear down the Bengals D in what is suppose to be a hot day (83 at kickoff). I think play action pass will be the Bills best friends against these LB's and especially if Kroft plays. Defensively the Bills will face their toughest passing attack to date but the Bengals OL could be in trouble against our DL. Will Dalton get the time to go deep to Ross or find Boyd? If the Bills can limit that, they should be just fine. Bills 27 Bengals 13.
  10. Giants Bench Eli, Name Daniel Jones Starting QB

    Adam Schein.
  11. This Ain't Bills Talk 2.0 OT1

    He wants out because they play mostly zone and won't let him go man-to-man. He is not a schematic or cultural fit.
  12. MNF: Browns @ Jets

    Thought the same thing. Henry Anderson late hit incoming.
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