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Like everyone under the sun in the (716), I've been doing a lot of thinking when it comes to the Bills QB issues. I'm all over the place with the subject matter. I know I want change, but the road on how to get there feels like a crossroad on a LA Expressway. Just too many intersections that don't exactly lead to promise.
In fact, I have a post brewing that pretty much looks at all of the angles for which they can go for a QB. For some odd reason, Matt Flynn came to mind. I guess I was trying to figure out a way for the Bills to get a QB who is actually in the NFL and not someone coming from college. Now, if given the choice, yes, I would totally sign up for a rookie and watch him develop rather than get a NFL QB on this crappy market. But, I'm never been one to close the door on an unknown, and we all know the draft and in this case, Matt Flynn, are unknowns.
Here are just some things to consider before you scoff at him and consider this pi...
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Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman appeared on ESPN’s First Take and completely ripped co-host Skip Bayless to his face during today’s show.
Sherman took a page out of Terrell Suggs’ book and didn’t hold back at all from telling Bayless what he thinks of him and his opinions.
I really give Sherman a lot of credit for staying calm while laying into Bayless.
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I have made it no secret in the past--I do not care for Skip Bayless or that worthless show he participates in each morning called First Take. You can blame the debate format if you want, but the fact of the matter is this guys says things simply to get a rise out of people.
He has nothing intelligent or even relevant to say most of the time. He is either controversial or quiet...
Kimberly Jones has been informed that free agent DE John Abraham is on his way to meet with the Seattle Seahawks.
This is the first report of Abraham visiting with an team since he was released by the Falcons last Wednesday.
Abraham, 35, could be an affordable defensive end who could mitigate the impact of losing Chris Clemons to a torn ACL.
He tallied 10 sacks for the Falcons...