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What is your point? I was wrong? Ok. You win. I was wrong.
If the goal is to recreate a poor man's version of Brett Favre/Aaron Rodgers, not sure what "dealing Romo" has to do with it. They'd obviously keep both and let Manziel develop. Only issue is that the first time Romo threw a late game pick the groundswell for Manziel would be deafening.
This guy is suppose to be an OL guru when it comes to evaluating. Some surprises here.http://thesidelineview.com/grades/ol
Totally off the Garappolo subject, but something I heard this weekend made me think about this - why is "loving football" so important? I normally am of the opinion that it should be a huge part of the evaluation, but maybe that's overstated.If you were hiring a lawyer, would you want to know how much he loved the law, or just need to know that he was very good in his field? Why is football different? Was Robert Smith a terrible football player because he loved medicine? Just food for thought.
There\'s a very real chance the Bucs waive [Revis] before next season. At the very least, it will be a discussion worth having.
I think the love of the game is important because of how tedious and demanding the work is that goes into it. These guys are compensated well, but the demands are arduous so a guy that doesn't love the game is going to have, at least a perceived, more difficult time putting the endless work in.
Sammy Watkins - WR - PlayerWGR 550 Buffalo reports the Bills "seem to be enamored by" Clemson WR Sammy Watkins.ESPN's Todd McShay wrote in his most recent mock draft Tuesday that he's heard from three league sources that the Bills are trying to trade up from their No. 9 slot in an effort to land Jadeveon Clowney, Greg Robinson, or Watkins. Top beat writer Joe Buscaglia believes the "ideal range" for the Bills to move up is in the 4-6 area to select Watkins. They'd likely have to jump Oakland at No. 5.Related: BillsSource: WGR 550 Buffalo