2010 Buffalo Bills

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  1. whiteathlete33

    whiteathlete33 Hall of Famer

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    I'm thinking about 5 or 6 just between defensive tackles and ends. Colby Whitlock is probably the only defensive tackle who gets drafted though.
     
  2. celticdb15

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    Its hard to say. I think it depends on how many of our studs getcombine invites!!
     
  3. Deadlift

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    Also depends if J.J. Watt leaves Wisconsin early.

    Crick and Derek Wolfe will likely return to college, and that would make sense.
     
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    http://espn.go.com/nfl/players/profile?playerId=9720

    Not bad for a "5th Rounder"
     
  7. white is right

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    This is either he is playing while busted up or steroid usage has already caught up to his 26 year old body. Or maybe it's both. How many guys in baseball that were former roiders have washed out within a few years of being supermen after they tried to or were forced to compete clean. Edited by: white is right
     
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    I believe a large amount of blacks in the NFL are on steroids. My only question is how do most of them get away with it?
     
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    Kyle Williams is having a Pro-Bowl type season this year. He will end up with career highs in tackles and sacks. His previous best for tackles in a season was 66 and he has 64 already. He also has 5 sacks so far.
     
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    Yet another highly drafted black player who is a complete bust. Maybin is the Bills' version of Vernon Gholston:

    Bills coach Chan Gailey described OLB Aaron Maybin's roster spot as "tenuous" heading into the offseason. The No. 11 overall pick in 2009, Maybe appears to be in serious danger of being cut if he doesn't show signs of development this offseason. A healthy scratch six times in 2010, Maybin finished with seven tackles and has yet to record a sack in his two-year career. He had 18 tackles as a rookie.
     
  11. Borussia

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    All that being said, it just seems as if so many of these over hyped black lard a$$es hang around for years floating in some sort of underground world taking up a roster spot. You kind of forget that their there sometimes.
    Then 5 years go by and you recall the stiff being a 1st or 2nd 'can't miss' draft choice.
    You can't fathom how so many of these terrible black DTs just kind of hang out taking up a spot and collecting money making like 8 tackles a year and being injured half the time.
     
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    Maybin finished his "illustrious"Â career at Penn State with a dismal 61 total tackles and 16 total sacks. I watched every PSU game in which Maybin actually played (yes, all 9 or 10 of them). I'd suggest that Maybin's draft status was "utterly ridiculous,"Â but such could be said for nearly every non-white player drafted in the first three rounds.

    At 6-4, 250 lbs, he ran a 4.88 sec 40 yard dash and produced 22 reps at 225 lbs. I am similar height and weigh about 10 lbs less than Maybin"¦and I am not only much faster, but much stronger as well. I suppose the difference between a "superman" and a "white boy" is all in the wiggerized eyes of the beholder.

    Another black multi-millionaire who likely didn't even deserve his collegiate scholarship"¦let alone the right of being a top ten draft pick. Now this absolute loser can't even suit up and play for one of the worst teams in the NFL.Edited by: Thrashen
     
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    Bills NT Kyle Williams has been added to the AFC's 2011 Pro Bowl roster as an injury replacement for Richard Seymour (hamstring).

    The Bills ranked last in the league in run defense, but it was through no fault of Williams'. The fifth-year run-plugger established career-highs with 77 tackles and 5.5 sacks while finishing as Pro Football Focus' top-rated nose tackle.
     

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