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this would make the whole offseason worth it
[/quote]what idiot WANTs to stay in buffalo??
i got no problem with somebody wanting to stay where he was draft, i actually appreciate it
[/quote]i like it too but when the team hasnt made the playoffs since 99...id prefer to win. plus its like siberia up there during the winter.
i don't know how to even respond to that except see 2008 Saints (or whatever year it was)
[/quote]lol are you really going to compare the bills to the saints? the saints had/have talent, a great qb and a good coach. the bills, not so much. plus competing with the pats a jets every year.
last time i checked Bills are a young team and both the jets and pats are old and there are 2 wildcard spots
So suggest that for hte rest of his career the Bills couldn't possibly turn it around with the young talent they have is stupid
[/quote]please get real. theres nothing wrong with loyalty, i hated cc for a year cause it took him 40 mill more just to get him to sign with the yanks. but saying the bills are....well i dont know what youre trying to say. but they are far from good. name your price, i bet they wont make it to 8-8
Every year there is a team or two that turn it completely around in one season. The Chiefs would be a good example from last season.</p>
"Worst to First" is a common occurance in the NFL. <u>I don't know if the Bills are that team, but they have as good a chance as anyone else to be.</u></p>[/quote]not in my opinion they dont. but well see.
and thats fine, but i bet you've said the same thing about the Cheifs, Bengals, and Cardinals of recent memory