They did make a move late in preseason to secure a better backup QB than Tyler Thigpen by trading a 7th for Tarvaris Jackson. They could have probably waited to the final cuts, but they didn't want to take the chance of him going elsewhere. A competent backup QB with starting experience is definitely worth a 7th rounder.
If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich. -- John F. Kennedy, January 20, 1961
Cool but no team has more playoff wins since 2009, right? so no matter what you think opf us you surely can understand we have been one of the best teams in the league, right?
We are not really looking for a SB MVP out of Clyde. He might not even see the field IF he even makes it through the first few games. He'll be a special teamer and a safety blanket incase Hill and Schilen get injured.You Jests fans, like your GM, seem to think there are Super Bowl MVPs being cut at the end of the preseason. There aren't. The best ones are youngsters who get caught up in numbers games, and so can help teams that are thin at those positions. I'm sure if some team cut a Pro Bowl 4-3 MLB in his prime, the Bills would be have rushed to "kick the tires", but those guys don't get cut at the end of preseason; they get released or traded before their roster bonuses hit. The Bills and numerous other NFL teams did their shopping back in March and April when the inventory was fresh rather than waiting for the end-of-season clearance sales from the picked over stuff that didn't sell.
Are we really discussing this about a guy thats probably ranked 53rd on the Jets squad?
How about their two wins in the playoffs against Brady? Are they better than all ur playoff wins in the entire history? Im not sure how a Bills fan can even make such an argument.The Gnats' 4 playoff wins in 2012 are worth at least 100x all the Jests playoff wins in the last three years ... and all the Jests playoff wins since 1969, too.