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  • #31
    I can understand why the Bills were reluctant to trade him. 1st round pick and all they get out of him is bad press and a 4th + conditional. That conditional isn't likely to amount to a good pick behind a bad Oline in a crowded backfield.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by PackerLegend View Post
      Ted Thompson wouldn't give up a 4th rounder for him? While im not surprised at all way to ****ing go. If these 2 ****ing morons think Jackson (Who blows), Kuhn (A FB who is way to slow) and Nance (An UDFA practice squad player from Atlanta) are just fine and can carry the load they need to get their ****ing heads checked out. There is no 4th rounder who will be better then Lynch immediately and they could completely ****ing blow. Not to mention we don't really need that 4th round pick but we desperately need a capable ****ing RB and NOW!

      Well, compared to where Seattle's 4th round pick will be in comparison to GB's 4th round pick, it likely would have cost the Packers a 3rd rounder. Bills might have even asked for that from GB as well. Seattle's 4th>GB's 4th

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      • #33
        Maybe Green Bay is holding out for the blockbuster move to obtain DeAngelo Williams.

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        • #34
          Doubt it. Williams is a great RB. Packers aren't a running team and haven't been since Ahman's big season about 7 years ago. They use the Rb's to just complement the passing game, then to eat up the clock late in a game when they are trying to milk a lead. Williams is too good/expensive for a minor role like that in this offense.

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          • #35
            I really think Lynch fits the profile of a change of scenery will lead to some great dividends. dude is awesome
            my scent?...like making love to a lumberjack
            <TACKLE> i will ngata give you a bj raji
            <+BOE> Scott, with Burfict's character concerns (whether legit or not) you think Pioli would draft him. :D
            <+ScottWright> Why not. Baldwin does need a sparring partner...
            Originally posted by Hermstheman83
            What's with the hate on Ricky Stanzi? Those youtube clips of him with the hulk hogan theme music instantly make him better than Luck.

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            • #36
              Originally posted by BloodBrother View Post
              Doubt it. Williams is a great RB. Packers aren't a running team and haven't been since Ahman's big season about 7 years ago. They use the Rb's to just complement the passing game, then to eat up the clock late in a game when they are trying to milk a lead. Williams is too good/expensive for a minor role like that in this offense.
              You're probably right, and I tell myself the same thing about the Patriots.

              But DWill in NE's or GBay's backfield would be sick. He can be a good pass catcher if he's asked. A good RB can do so much more than just complement the passing game.

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              • #37
                Yeah I think Marshawn is going to do well in Seattle, I hope he does too.

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                • #38
                  ******* A, and I just dropped Lynch...


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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by redbills View Post
                    trade a young good RB with 2 yrs. left on deal or a 30 yr. old RB with only a few years left in the tank (at the most)

                    good job Nix.
                    Freddie >> Marshawn at this point and Marshawn's taken more of a beating throughout his career than Freddie. He's taken more hits with his more physical running style and logged more carries. Then you add that Marshawn's one **** up away from an indefinite suspension and you see why the Bills couldn't rely on him moving forward especially since you've gotta figure Spiller is going to be getting the majority of the carries within the next couple of years.

                    Originally posted by BufFan71 View Post
                    doesnt matter
                    Lynch wasnt happy here, and he hasnt looked like the runningback he was his rookie year...

                    this entire roster needs to be blown up, and restarted... There are way too many "underdog" players. WE need to go out and restart and get real talen
                    i can name soo many starters that are just awful and need to be removed from the team for an assortment of reasons

                    Lee Evans-- will never be anything more than a deepthreat.
                    Donte Whitner-- the guy is good to make someone's highlight reel at least once a game
                    Marcus Stroud-- awful fit for the 3-4 and hes playing terribly in the 3-4
                    Chris Kelsay-- this guy gets 5mil for every sack.. and he hasnt had more than 5 sacks in a season
                    Terrence Mcgee-- injury prone
                    I dunno about blowing up the whole roster, but it would be a good idea to chip in on some guys like Evans and Marshawn. With the interior OL, Spiller and Freddie, Troup and Carrington on the DL, that secondary and Poz there's definitely good pieces to build with, but they need to get a couple building blocks, namely a franchise QB, a starting LT and then some prospects at WR and pass rusher. If they could add a guy like Locker and Gaither with some prospects at WR or OLB in the mid rounds that team would suddenly have a great young foundation that they need to nurture and develop but could become a true contender.

                    BK

                    Originally posted by AcheTen
                    JPP is a better and more productive player than Brandon Graham
                    Originally posted by abaddon41_80
                    Is Shaun Hill a top 10 QB? Definitely not. Is he a top 20 one? Almost certainly.
                    Originally posted by JBCX
                    Most misleading 10+ sack season EVER.

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                    • #40
                      Ugh. I've been laughing at Bills fans who were talking about all the teams who should want Marshawn Lynch and then look who gets him...

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                      • #41
                        Lynchsett is back!

                        Damn, if it was Green Bay, that would have been awesome.

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                        • #42
                          Now, they can shove him up their big fat pimple a-holes.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by redbills View Post
                            trade a young good RB with 2 yrs. left on deal or a 30 yr. old RB with only a few years left in the tank (at the most)

                            good job Nix.
                            **** that, Jackson is so much better than Lynch. I would hope we don't need more than a very good 30-year old running back and his eventual replacement to complement our top-10 pick in the coming years. Another wasted pick if we do. Even so, Freddy could easily feature in an offense for the remainder of his contract.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by BufFan71 View Post
                              doesnt matter
                              Lynch wasnt happy here, and he hasnt looked like the runningback he was his rookie year...

                              this entire roster needs to be blown up, and restarted... There are way too many "underdog" players. WE need to go out and restart and get real talen
                              i can name soo many starters that are just awful and need to be removed from the team for an assortment of reasons

                              Lee Evans-- will never be anything more than a deepthreat.
                              Donte Whitner-- the guy is good to make someone's highlight reel at least once a game
                              Marcus Stroud-- awful fit for the 3-4 and hes playing terribly in the 3-4
                              Chris Kelsay-- this guy gets 5mil for every sack.. and he hasnt had more than 5 sacks in a season
                              Terrence Mcgee-- injury prone
                              doesn't matter, lol, yea it does. a good rb with lots left or a old rb with a few years left. In the next few year we will still suck ass ans then fred will retire, Lynch will be 26.
                              a 4th round pick, look at our last 4th round picks in the last 25 years, McGee is the only good player we have got. Do you really think this FO will do anybetter? Hell no.
                              Lynch has looked a lot better than Fred this year.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by SuperMcgee View Post
                                **** that, Jackson is so much better than Lynch. I would hope we don't need more than a very good 30-year old running back and his eventual replacement to complement our top-10 pick in the coming years. Another wasted pick if we do. Even so, Freddy could easily feature in an offense for the remainder of his contract.
                                So you think within, okay I'll give Fred another 3 years of football, 3 years we will be a good team? Don't think so with this FO. Fred will be gone and we will need a #2 back and we'll take him with the 5th pick. All my life we have sucked so its not going to change.

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