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Week 10 Bills & NFL Notes

Posted by Merk on November 12, 2013 at 11:55 PM Comments comments (186)

Week 10 Bills Notes

 

-This loss for all intensive purposes ends the Bills playoffs hopes and extends the longest drought in the NFL. Now is it possible? Yes. Likely at all? No. There is a much better chance at a top 10 draft right now than a playoff spot.

 

-What you saw was just how damaging the month missed by EJ Manuel was. He regressed back to the point where it looked like it was his first NFL start. He was erratic at best and often looked confused. The rest of this season has to be spent figuring out what exactly the Bills have in Manuel. Any more lost time will be a critical blow to not only him but the franchise

 

-The Bills OL needs some work but I’ll give the Steelers credit on how they game planned the Bills. They stacked 8 in the box and made a big effort to stop the run. They were not going to allow the Bills RB’s to beat them. They gambled on making the rookie QB coming off a month long absence beating them and they gambled right.

 

-S.Gilmore had another rough game. As of right now he doesn’t look like the player he was at the end of last year or in the preseason. He still looks to have trouble jamming WR’s at the LOS and that is a big part of his game. Due to that he is playing off more and is allowing quicker WR’s to get to much space

 

-The Bills keep flip flopping between Bradham and Moats on the early downs and neither has been anything to write home about. Teams also have identified both as a weak spot and make it a point to run right at him

 

-With teams now Doubling Mario every play it has allowed other Bills pass rushers some one on ones and J.Hughes finally took advantage in this game. Problem is the game was already out of reach

 

-The Bills have to start making throws down field. Even the attempt can have some positives as it will move the Safeties back a step or two. I understand wanting to get EJ in a rhythm with some short easy throws but eventually you have to take a shot at minimum twice a half. The Bills have way to much speed on the outside and they are letting it go to waste

 

-Bills have a big task on their hands coming up this weekend as they face the recharged Jets coming off a good performance and off a bye week. If Manuel plays the same way it could be a very ugly afternoon in Western NY

 

Other Thoughts

 

-I don’t want to pile on the obvious but I said before the season started that it was completely absurd to include Kaepernick among the NFL elite at the QB position. I like Jaws in the booth but he has a real shaky history when it comes to evaluating QB’s. Don’t be surprised if the 49ers are not in the QB hunt again sooner rather than later

 

-Why C.Kelly just won’t name Foles the starter is beyond me. Vick at his age is not the long term answer and cannot be counted on

 

-The NFC East is so bad that a team that was winless for the first 6 weeks of the season is actually back in the race

 

-Congrats to the Jacksonville. No one wants to see a team go 0-16

 

-T.Austin finally decided to show up and actually look like a top 10 pick. Now the question is can he keep it going? Personally I have my doubts. Austin is a player that is going to have big games from time to time because teams forget about him and then all of a sudden he explodes.

 

-If I am in the NFC I would want nothing to do with the Saints in that dome come playoff time. Brees is really good anywhere he plays. In that dome though his game reaches another level into the all time greats

 

-There is no more disappointing team than the Atlanta Falcons this year. I was wrong on them, I had them going to the NFC title game. I think you will see a complete overhaul of the defense and maybe the staff

 

-I don’t trust the Bengals. I think they will make it to the playoffs but will be one and done. I think M.Lewis gets worse when the pressure gets turned up and I don’t trust A.Dalton to win me a string of playoff games.

 

-Seattle has to be the favorite for the Super Bowl right now. They have the most complete team in the league in my opinion. I’m one of the few that think P.Carroll is a excellent coach(His track record is far better than people think) and he has done an excellent job with that team from the moment he got there

 

-If you are a Dolphins fan right now you have to not be feeling very good about that Jeff Ireland extension right now. Bills fans know your pan as something very similar happened to them with Dick Jauron. Still as the Dolphins move forward they keep getting exposed by a poorly constructed roster that is not going to get any better this offseason

 

PFWR 2014 Pre-season Big Board

Posted by Anthony D. Macari on August 24, 2013 at 11:40 PM Comments comments (1)

      Name                      Pos School

1 Jadeveon Clowney* DE South Carolina

2 Cyrus Kouandjio* OT Alabama

3 Teddy Bridgewater* QB Louisville

4 Marqise Lee* WR USC

5 Jake Matthews OT Texas A&M

6 Anthony Barr LB UCLA

7 Louis Nix DT Notre Dame

8 Kyle Van Noy LB BYU

9 Sammy Watkins* WR Clemson

10 Stephen Tuitt DE Notre Dame

11 C.J. Mosley LB Alabama

12 Bradley Robey CB Ohio State

13 Taylor Lewan OT Michigan

14 Timmy Jernigan* DT Florida State

15 Loucheiz Purifoy* CB Florida

16 Ifo Ekpre-Olomu* CB Oregon

17 D'Anthony Thomas RB/WR Oregon

18 Austin Seferian-Jenkins TE Washington

19 Anthony Johnson DT LSU

20 Antonio Richardson OT Tennessee

21 Aaron Lynch DE South Florida

22 Hasean Clinton-Dix FS Alabama

23 Will Sutton DT Arizona State

24 Tajh Boyd QB Clemson

25 Christian Jones LB Florida State

26 Trent Murphy LB Stanford

27 Mike Evans WR Texas A&M

28 Cameron Erving OT Florida State

29 Adrian Hubbard* LB Alabama

30 Gabe Jackson OG Mississippi

31 Jeremiah Attaochu LB Georgia Tech

32 Scott Chrichton* DE Oregon State

33 James Hurst OT North Carolina

34 Eric Ebron TE NC STate

35 Cyril Richardson OG Baylor

36 Deandre Coleman DE California

37 Lache Seastrunk RB Baylor

Final 2013 Rankings

Posted by Anthony D. Macari on April 24, 2013 at 9:35 PM Comments comments (0)

X Ovr Pos Player School Ht Wt

1 OT Luke Joeckel Texas A&M 6'6" 310

2 DE Dion Jordan Oregon 6'6" 243

3 OT Eric Fisher Central Michigan 6'7" 305

4 OT Lane Johnson Oklahoma 6'6" 303

5 QB Ryan Nassib Syracuse 6'2" 228

6 DE Ezekiel Ansah Brigham Young 6'5" 270

7 DT Sharrif Floyd Florida 6'3" 303

8 FS Kenny Vaccaro Texas 6'1" 218

9 WR DeAndre Hopkins Clemson 6'1" 200

10 CB Xavier Rhodes Florida State 6'1" 217

11 OG Jonathan Cooper North Carolina 6'3" 310

12 DT Star Lotulelei Utah 6'3" 320

13 OLB Barkevious Mingo LSU 6'4" 240

14 DE Bjoern Werner Florida State 6'4" 256

15 OLB Jarvis Jones Georgia 6'2" 242

16 WR Tavon Austin West Virginia 5'9" 175

17 CB Dee Milliner Alabama 6'1" 198

18 ILB Arthur Brown Kansas State 6'1" 228

19 OG Chance Warmack Alabama 6'2" 322

20 QB Geno Smith West Virginia 6'3" 220

21 CB Desmond Trufant Washington 6'0" 186

22 OT D.J. Fluker Alabama 6'6" 335

23 TE Tyler Eifert Notre Dame 6'3" 234

24 DT Sheldon Richardson Missouri 6'3" 295

25 WR Keenan Allen California 6'3" 210

26 DE Datone Jones UCLA 6'4'' 275

27 WR Robert Woods USC 6'1" 190

28 ILB Alec Ogletree Georgia 6'4" 265

29 DE Cornellius Carradine Florida State 6'3" 205

30 WR Justin Hunter Tennessee 6'4" 200

31 FS Jonathan Cyprien Florida Int 6'0" 217

32 ILB Kevin Minter LSU 6'2" 230

Continued: http://www.profootballwarroom.com/rankings.htm

 


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