idk about skipping a QB during the draft.. granted the line is important to protect the QB but the current O-line just needs a bit more discipline and training and I feel that they could do a good job on the field.
I'll say it, we don't need a QB this year. With less than 20 games starting, Ryan Fitzpatrick as showed a great command of the offense and more importantly when he's on the field I see something a Bills team hasn't shown in years and that's confidence in their leader.
Fitzpatrick is building a great relationship with his receiving corps. He's making a rookie (granted underrated) in Johnson look great and he actually got production out of Parrish, unlike the previous 4 qb's. The team is better with him.
We need to be looking at the hogs. Trade down a few spots (if we end up 1 or 2) pick up talent and another 2nd rounder. If we're going to stay committed to the 3-4 we need the personnel. Poz is getting comfortable in it and is flashing brilliance, but we need more production from the edges, period.
If Andrew Luck comes out this year, maybe we try to bite, but we need to shore up the line and the D.
If they can stay in the game this week against the Steelers then I'd say they've turned a corner. Coming back from so far down against the Bengals was fun to watch but they really need to hang with the big boys to make a statement.
I think Ralph Wilson takes advantage of the fact that his fans are so loyal. Every year he puts out a crap product and people just keep buying tickets. He knows that we are all going to go to games so why should he make an honest effort to get any better? Every year I watch the draft and every year I'm terribly disappointed.
Originally, I was hoping that they would lose the entire season just so they could get a franchise quarterback, but now after the Cincy game, these guys just play so hard that I don't care about the draft pick anymore. it's great to see a true team that keeps fighting.
Does anyone think that this whole Toronto thing might be just a ploy? Although I think there might be a flaw in my thinking too since the stadium is always full.... Or maybe just a guarantee that its full?