"Fans get me going. The worst thing to do is talk junk to me before I'm about to go against your quarterback. Whenever I get trash talked by fans at an away game, that's the best motivation. Because I know if I get the opportunity to get to the quarterback, it's going to be even worse now. If there's a fan telling me I'm garbage and my team sucks, you're talking directly to me. And I'm going to take it out directly on your quarterback."
What's funny is if the Bills had lost the threads would be about how the bills laid down like dogs and showed no heart.
They won a football game and regardless of where they draft winning comes first.
Reminds me where Watt was drafted, Aldon Smith, Aaron Rodgers, heck what about everyone's favorite poster child Russell Wilson...
You do not have to have the top pick to find the right player. You have to do your homework and have your board set correctly.
Like people have pointed out, the same way you can have Luck and RG3, is the same way you could have Couch and Akili Smith.
You have to draft smart not just get the luck of the draw. I admit, I do not think eighth is the best spot. I fore one will be the first to tell you, this is the one year, I would want to trade out.
Buffalo needs to address the QB position, however, they can not take someone to take someone. They need to find the correct value. Granted QBs are going higher than they should, and Ponders, Gabberts, and Lockers prove that. However, they should also be a lesson that you do not overdraft for the sake of doing so.
I'm very happy with how the game turned out.. Convincing win over the Jets, kicked them when they were down... Plus a top 10 draft pick, and the earliest draft pick in our division still.
Adopt-a-Bill 2013: Alex Carrington
Bills pick around this spot (8-12) every year, except 2011.