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(05-01-2012 04:44 PM)rgf17 Wrote: yeah i heard that. i really think sometimes these guys need to understand when to quit. i know they still get good paychecks but when are they gonna realize they are taking jobs from other young hopefuls by sticking around and taking roster spots? plus alot of these players just make themselves look more and more desperate bouncing around like there is even a chance to start again. it'd be different if hey was a jeff garcia, mark brunell, etc. at least they do something with their chances. ok done running my mouth.
(05-02-2012 12:17 AM)rgf17 Wrote: Thats my point. If its for the love of the game like Rice its fine by me. Its these guys that have nothing left that keep draining the pot and not giving the younger core a shot. I know there's more to it than that but perception is alot to fans and NFL hopefuls.
(05-03-2012 02:39 PM)rgf17 Wrote: joe callahan13 - so you're telling me there is no one in the younger classes that would be better for the bills? sorry i would disagree. and to answer our question yes if there is someone my bosses feel better for my job i'd hope they would replace me. it would be best for their business and should go that route. any smart business would.
(05-08-2012 12:55 PM)bgt masters of tikid Wrote: I wouldn't mind Young as a backup since he can possibly step in and it wouldn't hurt the Bills. However someone saying Fitzpatrick is terrible and young is far better is a huge stretch. The bills offense, well whole team were terribly injury plagued, and Fitz played half the year with broken ribs. I still think they are lacking on offense a bit, but if they use Jackson and Spiller correctly I think that can only help Fitz further develop this year. Having two healthy backs which averaged over 5 yards per carry a piece can only help. Depending on Nelson though and Steve Johnson's health I am iffy on the depth and skill set of the wideouts. Considering how easy the Patriots fulfilled the depth at WR for their team you'd figure Buffalo would do a bit more in that department.