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Highlandfire

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Do you know what it means?

:shocked:*Thinks that can't be a serious question, so doesn't answer*

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I think Luck can be a very good player, but comparing him to Manning is BullShit.

Luck is no Peyton Manning.

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I would say Bradford > Luck

Bradford has proven it in college and the NFL.

After watching this Rams/Seahawks game, Bradford's like an accurate Clausen. :/ Not impressed.

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After watching this Rams/Seahawks game, Bradford's like an accurate Clausen. :/ Not impressed.

Lol, Bradford is FAR superior to Clausen. Bradford got ZERO support from his receivers.

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On their boards they seem to think Richardson is going to draft defense with the #1 overall pick or he would be willing to trade it to Buffalo for the #3 and other picks so they can get Luck.

I have said for years, they really need more to do up there than shovel snow.

Bills fans have no brains. They don't even know what 4-3 means

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Lol, Bradford is FAR superior to Clausen. Bradford got ZERO support from his receivers.

It's not the receiver's fault Bradford's throw went right through his hands. HE SHOULD HAVE PLACED IT BETTER.

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Lol, Bradford is FAR superior to Clausen. Bradford got ZERO support from his receivers.

Clausen gets ZERO support from his O-line.

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It all depends, it could very well be a good thing to take the trade if multiple junior QBs make the jump. I've yet to see luck play yet, so I'm withholding judgement until I can see him tomorrow night.

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I think JR plans to switch to the 3-4, which is why Fox knew he was out the door a year ago.

Look at the draft last year.

I don't know how I would feel about a 3-4 D. IMO just another fad as both have their advantages and both require specific personnel. However, your post got me thinking, and I looked over scouting reports for the last three drafts as far as front seven

2008:

Dan Connor

Projected - ILB Either

Nick Hayden

Projected - DE 3-4 with 4-3 DT potential

Hilee Taylor

Projected OLB 3-4

2009:

Everette Brown

Projected OLB 3-4 with 4-3 DE potential

Corvey Irvin

Somehow no scouting reports for a 3rd rounder, but size (6-3 304lbs) and speed (4.9 40yd) compares to most 3-4 DEs in upcoming draft

2010:

Eric Norwood

Projected OLB 3-4

Greg Hardy

Projected DE 4-3 with 3-4 OLB potential

Does this mean we are switching to a 3-4 D? Who knows? It could just as easily be us getting the smaller athletic guys to match Meeks' style of Tampa 2, or perhaps even more likely, a product of Hurney's propensity for taking BPA/conversion projects.

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Nobody ever accused Bills fans of being intelligent

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