Welcome to Buffalo!
1) EJ Manuel-QB-Florida St.
2a) Robert Woods-WR-USC
2b) Kiko Alonso-ILB-Oregon
3) Marquise Goodwin-WR-Texas
4) Duke Williams-S-Nevada
5) Jonathan Meeks-S-Clemson
6) Dustin Hopkins-K-Florida St.
7) Chris Gragg-TE-Arkansas
Brady and Belichick are still one of the major draws for signing skilled nuisance players, but I don't think they will ever recapture the success of the Brady/Moss connection with anyone they sign or draft. Maybe Harvin considers this.
They were a Guaranteed superbowl in Moss's mind when he signed up, not so much now. Plus, minus an ageing Brady, who do they have to step up to that level, Mallett? Maybe it's not out of the question to think they have coached him to fill in as seemlessly as they did Cassel. That has to be seen.
If I had to lay money on it, I'd say Seattle or San Francisco. Both well under the cap, strong coaching and at least the Seahawks have proved they aren't afraid to deal.
No northern mid west winter either.
Great player, great talent and a real head case.
In the words of Meatloaf "Two outa three ain't bad".
For what you would have to give up to get Percy the pain; I would rather spend in on a player that would give me three outa three!
His inability to stay healthy makes me worry... what's the point in having such a talent if he isn't on the field!
Hopelessly devastated Bills fan.
Lot of cap room in the AFCE. Even the Jets with a few shrewd moves could find themselves in a position to deal.
Instead of Harvin, what about a WR like Domenik Hixon or Kevin Ogletree?
ADOPT A BILL:
Cordy Glenn - let him play left tackle people. Geesh!
My expectations for our new coach are simple.
1. Have the ability to locate decent stop gap players that are better players than the last ones who were on this roster for far too long.
2. Win as many games as you can, but when you lose ... get beat, don't follow in the steps of your predecessors who seemed to try and find new and inventive ways to loose winnable games.
If the Pats take him then lets get Welker and keep Steve outside. Id take Welker over Harvin anyway.
"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and conveniences, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy ". Martin Luther King