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Could the Bills depth at DT work to our advantage?

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Just an observation that the Bills are 6 solid players deep at the DT position. Cuts today could be an important addition to our team if we feel they are an upgrade over our current roster talent

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Gerard warren also got cut by the pats, he is giant/old mofo but who knows...

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Bills will keep at least 5 DTs. Kellen Heard and Jarron Gilbert are their 6th and 7th DTs..

I will pass on both.

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At this point, I'm not worried about DT's, I'm more worried about DE's. Weird, I know.

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At this point, I'm not worried about DT's, I'm more worried about DE's. Weird, I know.

After last night, backfield concerns me more

Atleast we are holding them to FG's

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But Jarron Gilbert can jump out of a pool...That has to translate to being a beast on the field

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At this point, I'm not worried about DT's, I'm more worried about DE's. Weird, I know.

Very weird considering the huge pocket each opposing QB has to step up into.

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I highly doubt that if a decent DT hits waivers, they'd make it past the Bucs. IF the Panthers are interested in a DT (doubt it) they would most likely need to make a trade.

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After last night, backfield concerns me more

Atleast we are holding them to FG's

How lol? Sanchez had 20 minutes each play to get the ball downfield. Hence the d-line concern.

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