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Wildcard Weekend: Colts @ Bills, Jan. 9, 2021, 1:05 PM EST


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We might need to think about this scenario. Instead of bringing in Wentz, why don’t we send them Frank and go get Panthers OC Brady who turned Burrow into a legend.  I like his concepts in the passing game. They had 2 1000 yard receivers in Carolina. 

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Holy cow. So much bad. So much dumb.

 

Not sure what is worse

 

  1. not making it a 7 pt game
  2. if you're going to go from the 1, why not sneak with JB
  3. if you're going to run up the gut, why not go under center and give JT some steam
  4. our OL not being able to create a hole with those guys spread out.

 

SO MUCH BAD..... 

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