ScreamingWeasel wrote:Man. I don't get a lot of these posts at all.
The difference between Bledsoe, Moulds and Henry,
and Bledsoe, Moulds, Price and Henry,
is the difference between a .600 or-so club and a genuine force to be reckoned with.
Next to the Bledsoe deal, this is the smartest thing Buffalo has done in years.
A nightmare for NFL defensive co-ordinators around the entire league.
It's a GREAT move.
Hate to be an arse here, but is your point that keeping Price is the GREAT move. Just a little clarification request, because the Bills finished .500 (8-8) in 2002 (".600 or so") with the four. Not exactly "a genuine force to be reckoned with." The Bills do have a few weaknesses to address before committing #1 receiver money to two receivers. Doubt Price will remain in Buffalo. The Bills will see what they can manipulate out of some team that may want him bad enough. Can not see anyone giving up two #1 draft picks, but something could always be worked out. Hope I did not come across as flaming ya SW, but I am not sure that sticking with that formula (Bledsoe,Henry,Moulds,Price) will neccessarily lead them down the road to success, without a few more adjustments.