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9 minutes ago, SBLIII said:

based on what? The Bills are relying on a 35 year old and a rookie. Not exactly promising.

Are we basing players off age now??? I guess that Patriots QB room looks very subpar. They are relying on 42 year old and a rookie. Not exactly promising.

Age isnt much of factor if they can still play at a high level.

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Just now, SBLIII said:

He is slow, he is not going to break long runs. 4.4 shuttle isn't impressive either.

So you haven't watched him then. 

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3 minutes ago, BigMountainGoat said:

Yes. They have a balanced RB room, which covers the range of skillets needed. It isn't in a single feature back, but there is no area of the run game there are below par in

What are the 15 teams they're ahead of?

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Just now, BigMountainGoat said:

It's hilarious when people think the world is just like Madden and all you need to do is look at Combine tests

so you are ignoring his 5.2 ypc in the Conference USA and his lack of big runs?

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Just now, BigMountainGoat said:

It's hilarious when people think the world is just like Madden and all you need to do is look at Combine tests

Its pathetic how these guys base players based on gym shorts 1 day of year over watching game film. They think this stuff matters when it comes to game time 

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1 minute ago, soflbillsfan said:

Its pathetic how these guys base players based on gym shorts 1 day of year over watching game film. They think this stuff matters when it comes to game time 

Unfortunately some people don't actually bother watching football

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1 minute ago, SBLIII said:

so you are ignoring his 5.2 ypc in the Conference USA and his lack of big runs?

He averaged 6.0 ypc 

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The Bills ground and pound. It's what they do. Let's see their backs next to Allen reading options. I think that will be a sight. Season starts soon, it'll be settled then.

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Just now, marshawn lynch said:

He averaged 6.0 ypc 

not last year. 

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20 minutes ago, SBLIII said:

The Bills backfield appears subpar.

Before today did you think McCoy changed that? Honest question. 

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Just now, Trentwannabe said:

Before today did you think McCoy changed that? Honest question. 

no, looked subpar before and and still does to me. Singletary needs to be a massive hit for it to be good.

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3 minutes ago, BigMountainGoat said:

Unfortunately some people don't actually bother watching football

yeah or some people are just skeptical before they show it on the field.

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1 minute ago, SBLIII said:

no, looked subpar before and and still does to me. Singletary needs to be a massive hit for it to be good.

I wouldn't say a massive hit. He is likely to be the lead back but I still expect to see plenty of Gore and then Yeldon in the passing game. 

Singletary is very similar to Fred Jackson and he was never considered a burner or elite athlete. He showed more than enough in pre-season for the Bills to believe he is ready for this.

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2 minutes ago, SBLIII said:

not last year. 

So you are just gonna pick and choose stats to make a point rather than look an an entire body of work. His career stats was 6.0... Looking at his career stats is way more indictive play rather than an individual season. And that's just common sense. That shows that your biased looking for certain stats

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