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Zay Jones, the record setting collegiate receiver from East Carolina, appears to have broken out of the funk that plagued him early this season. According to Pro Football Focus, he was the second-highest graded offensive player for the Bills, right behind Jordan Mills, in the game Thursday versus the Jets. His
Leading up to the week five game against the Cincinnati Bengals, there was a decent amount of hype surrounding the Bills after winning back-to-back games against what were considered to be better teams. We discussed on Locked On Bills whether or not this team could live up to the new
It’s still BYEWEEK SZN – a critical time for average and below-average teams to sneak up on an unsuspecting juggernaut team weakened by a star
Over the last five games we have seen the offensive line struggle across the board. The only player who really hasn’t has been Richie Incognito,...
It’s officially BYEWEEK SZN – a critical time for average and below-average teams to sneak up on an unsuspecting juggernaut weakened by a star player
Finally, our long national nightmare is almost over. Week 11 is the final gasp for BYEWEEK SZN. For many, these next two weeks are the difference between continuing your season in the playoffs or being relegated to the consolation bracket. By the way, know that if you’re trying to win your league’s consolation bracket the NSA adds you to a list and charges you double to renew your passport. Don’t know what Flex On ‘Em
On Wednesday, the Buffalo Bills announced they had decided to bench starting quarterback Tyrod Taylor in favor of fifth-round rookie Nathan Peterman. It’s a surprise move given the Bills have a winning 5-4 record and are in the hunt for the playoffs. On the season, Taylor has completed 64 percent of his passes for 1684 yards, 10 touchdowns, and just three interceptions. He’s also contributed 237 rushing yards and two rushing touchdowns. The Bills
After taking a long and deep dive into the film, as you can expect, there weren’t many positives in the Bills-Saints game. So I want to focus on three players who appeared to struggle against a very good Saints defense. RT Jordan Mills Mills has somehow managed to hold onto his position, even after weeks of getting dominated physically. Sure, he put together one, maybe two solid games, but the Saints’ defenders overpowered him at...
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On a weekly basis you will hear Sean McDermott or Leslie Frazier talk about fundamentals, tackling, pursuit, or run gap integrity, but most of the time we dismiss it as coach speak. But when Coach McDermott stated the following during the Saints post-game press conference, it was the truth: “There’s technique,
Series of articles that will attempt to match the Beane-McDermott archetypes with the players who may declare for this year’s draft. The Archetype: When Dion Dawkins was drafted, Sean McDermott and Brandon Beane mentioned his qualities in their pressers, which we’ll take as our archetype for the OT position. They