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  1. Pick one from your team, or the league in general. Starting out, for the Bills...- WR Gabriel Davis. His stats don't jump out at you or anything, but he's got Diggs, Brown, and Beasley ahead of him in the pecking order, so it's understandable. However, he has already displayed that he's a legitimate target/option, and he'll draw a team's 4th-best corner in 4-WR sets. Mismatch so far. He's shown that he's a true red-zone threat, and now we see he can burn coverage deep. 8 targets, 8 catches, 129 yards, two TD's. Granted, that's a ONE-game result for a true #1 starter, but he seems really efficient with his opportunities. Thoughts, and let's hear your candidates?
  2. For the Bills: I was wrong, it seems, about Gabriel Davis. I mean, I thought we got decent enough value, getting him in the 4th round to be maybe our 4th or 5th WR, filling out our depth at the position, BUT.... -he's more than that. Future starter, future highly productive player. And we all get to see him now, as a rookie. Enjoy.
  3. Just some general chat, I guess. Davis seems like a good topic. Love what we've seen from him so far, and I'm betting there's a lot of highlights to come. Now, from a comparison standpoint? I'll go with former Buffalo WR's first. He reminds me... potentially... -of a cross between Eric Moulds and Andre Reed. About the same size as Moulds, but appears to have more Reed as far as how he plays. Take a player like that any day. Or, going the non-Bills comparison route, I could see him as an upper middle-class version of a cross between Anquan Boldin and Larry Fitzgerald. High praise, I know. However.... this kid is good. He's only 21, and he's going to get better. Upside for the future? I don't know if he's a true #1, but he looks like he could be perhaps an outstanding #2. Has the size to win contested catches, appears to have enough speed, and his hands are clearly NFL-quality. I can't understand how he lasted until the 128th pick. Anyways, thoughts on Davis? Could be fun.
  4. Give him time. Dude will be an outstanding yard-gainer for us.
  5. #1. Tre'Davious White. Easy choice, at least for right now. Probably a top-3 CB in the league. He'll be expensive, but he MUST remain a Bill. #2. Tremaine Edmunds. I expect nothing but greatness in the coming years from him. I cannot think of ANY current ILB that I'd rather have. #3. Josh Allen. All it will take is his putting it all together, which I know he has the capability to do, and he will then rise to the top of this list. #4. Stefon Diggs. Proven, unquestioned talent. Pro-Bowl caliber wide receiver, no doubt. If his attitude stays straight, then the sky's the limit. #5. Devin Singletary. We ain't seen nothing yet. Last year, he was a rookie, he had a hamstring injury, and he was under-utilized. No longer so. Anyways, with apologies to Matt Milano, Mitch Morse, John Brown, Ed Oliver, and Dion Dawkins, these are the top 5 most talented Bills, IMHO. If anybody disagrees with the list, or the order of preference, feedback would be appreciated.
  6. Dobbins over Dantzler for Bills, and it's something that should be obvious. Heck; actually Josh Jones would be even better. I'd take Curtis Weaver over Dantzler, as well. Plus, I think you forgot about this one guy named Ezra Cleveland. Not to mention Jonathan Taylor.
  7. Got a chance to build your O-line, no question.
  8. Have a chat with FalconFan13.
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