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Morgan Moses struggling

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Lol, and to think, some on here wanted him in the 1st. 

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Based on the reports of how the backup OL has been looking, sure bring him in for a look.  Pretty damn shocking if a 3rd rounder got the ax this quickly though.

 

*Well, after clicking the link, I see that it's just beat writer speculation and even that beat writer says it's unlikely he'd be cut this soon.  Way to jump the gun thread starter.

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I don't think he gets cut that fast. 

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That Cyrus fellow isn't looking too hot for the Bills, either...

Just sayin

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Why are they giving up on him so fast? If Gettleman did this, this forum would crash.

 

Like we did with Joe Adams?

 

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A lot of people wanted him as our 1st rounder

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damn, and we could have spent a 1st to save him such grief..

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I guess Gettleman knows more about evaluating talent then we do.  Huh...

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Like we did with Joe Adams?

 

Completely different situation. Adams was never given 1st round grades, he actually made the 53 man roster, was given every opportunity to show he belonged, and he hasn't been on an NFL roster since the Panthers cut him. 

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Like we did with Joe Adams?

 

 

Gettleman didn't draft Joe Adams

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They all struggle early. 

 

Transition to the pro game is tough, especially on O-Line.

 

If he's still struggling further down the road, then it's time to worry.

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