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Would love to see this prima donna traded or cut loose, but given the direction the Bills have gone in recent seasons it doesn't seem likely:

Speaking with ESPN’s Stephen Holder, Stefon Diggs said, “I can’t tell you what the future holds” regarding his future with the Bills.
It’s a bit of a cryptic response from Diggs, but not an unexpected one. The relationship between Diggs and the Bills has appeared on thin ice for the last few seasons, despite Diggs saying he’s never mentioned being unhappy. It’s an odd situation to figure out, but one that we’ll almost certainly talk about again this offseason. Diggs is under contract through 2027 and is due to earn more than $27 million next season. A season in which he caught 107 passes for 1,183 yards and eight touchdowns doesn’t look disappointing on the surface, but his production took a massive hit after the Bills’ Week 6 matchup against the Giants.
 

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They need to trade Diggs immediately. He’s a malcontent who allowed his brother to tweet insults about Josh Allen. His production dropped off precipitously during the 2nd half of the season, including the horrible drop in the Chief’s loss. He’s a cancer.
 

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I’d cut Von Miller as well and one of the overrated DL they employ.

Change in Buffalo.

Also Taylor Rapp must have just enough non white in em to be a starter. Decent DB bit slow.

They also cut Mitch Morse.. Guard Connor McGovern will slide over next season to be starting center.

 
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I’d cut Von Miller as well and one of the overrated DL they employ.

Change in Buffalo.

Also Taylor Rapp must have just enough non white in em to be a starter. Decent DB bit slow.


I saw the Bills did a bit of a purge. All but Morse were black. Morse might be back at a lower price. They could address every position they cut with White guys in the draft.

Rapp is all in on his asian ancestry so he is out for me.

Miller was a bad signing for the Bills from the get go and should absolutely be cut.

It would be awesome if the Bills got Pearsall, Bishop, Laube or Schrader. All would fit in well in Buffalo and address needs. Getting the Oregon center would be awesome as well - I hated seeing Humphrey go to the Chiefs and Linderbaum to the Ravens.
 

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You nailed it. Teams can improve via draft. White man discount in FA is also there! I won’t get my hopes up. But hell ya seeing them grab a couple of our higher profile athletes would be great. Bishop or DeJean in that secondary, ouuuwee.

I don’t consider Rapp white, neither does the league. A White safety with 4.6 speed is WSTD for life.
 

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I'm cautiously optimistic that the Bills may have a decent draft next month, especially after getting rid of a lot of dead weight players (though they should have cut ties with Miller completely, recipient of another of those amazingly foolish contracts that only blacks seem to get). If not their window to a Super Bowl championship will keep slowly closing.
 

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I'm cautiously optimistic that the Bills may have a decent draft next month, especially after getting rid of a lot of dead weight players (though they should have cut ties with Miller completely, recipient of another of those amazingly foolish contracts that only blacks seem to get). If not their window to a Super Bowl championship will keep slowly closing.
Agreed. Allen is the most talented QB in the league and this draft gives them an opportunity to lighten up a little. Let’s not forget Isabella is still kicking around up there as well.

Dumping Miller and Diggs would certainly help out.
 

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Bills resign the sumo LT and the overrated since Iowa AJ Epenesa (at least on a 1 year team friendly deal). Folks here can remember how hyped up Epenesa was in college and he has certainly not lived up to the billing during his NFL career.
 

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well I tend to disagree on Mahommes...he is good but not nearly as good as Allen, he has Kelce. Give Allen a Kelce calibre player and it would not even be close...I say Mahommes is top 5 at best...
 

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Harris probably wasn't going to play an important role this season but his retirement may increase the chances of the Bills taking one of the four talented White RBs available in the draft:

Former Bills and Patriots RB Damien Harris announced his retirement from the NFL.
Harris’ five-year NFL career ends after recording 2,188 rushing yards, 297 receiving yards, and 21 total touchdowns with the Patriots and Bills. He started 34 games in 44 appearances with all 34 starts occurring between 2020 and 2023 while with the Patriots. Harris ended his announcement by saying, “Today I am grateful I have found the strength to walk away from the game I love so much.” The Bills move forward with a running back cadre of James Cook, Ty Johnson, and Darrynton Evans.
 

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You nailed it. Teams can improve via draft. White man discount in FA is also there! I won’t get my hopes up. But hell ya seeing them grab a couple of our higher profile athletes would be great. Bishop or DeJean in that secondary, ouuuwee.

I don’t consider Rapp white, neither does the league. A White safety with 4.6 speed is WSTD for life.
I don’t mind Rapp at all. He has been relegated to second-tier despite dominating in college. Were he black he would be nomadic starter anywhere he went.

There are incredibly few Asians in the league so he doesn’t bother me as he is half-white half-Asian.

I’m more concerned about the proliferation of blacks.
 

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I hate to say it but Mahomes. To be fair though If Allen was on the Chiefs they would have won several super bowls too.
Anyone who says Mahomes isn’t one of the two or three best quarterbacks in the league is wrong. He clearly is there along with Allen and, depending on the season, Burrow, Purdy, Rogers the last few years.
 

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I like it. Diggs is a huge and aging prima donna who also wore out his welcome in Minnesota. Being traded to the Texans makes it less likely Houston will draft McConkey or Pearsall as both have been mentioned as possible targets for that odious organization, and as Leonardfan notes increases the chances that the Bills may take one of them. This and other post-season moves show the Bills moving to improve their "culture," hopefully it continues in the draft.
 

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I like it. Diggs is a huge and aging prima donna who also wore out his welcome in Minnesota. Being traded to the Texans makes it less likely Houston will draft McConkey or Pearsall as both have been mentioned as possible targets for that odious organization, and as Leonardfan notes increases the chances that the Bills may take one of them. This and other post-season moves show the Bills moving to improve their "culture," hopefully it continues in the draft.
I think this is huge for Kincaid as as should eclipse 1,000 yards this season. I am hoping Josh Allen was a part of moving on from both Davis and Diggs. It was obvious that both played poorly in key games last season.
 

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I think this is huge for Kincaid as as should eclipse 1,000 yards this season. I am hoping Josh Allen was a part of moving on from both Davis and Diggs. It was obvious that both played poorly in key games last season.

I agree. Diggs is a typical prima-donna WR and needed to be removed from the equation. Hopefully the Bills run more two TE sets with Knox and Kincaid. Credit to the Chiefs as they got rid of their own headache in Tyreek Hill. Black WRs have long been the most emotionally unstable and mentally soft players on the field.
 

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I think this is huge for Kincaid as as should eclipse 1,000 yards this season. I am hoping Josh Allen was a part of moving on from both Davis and Diggs. It was obvious that both played poorly in key games last season.
This fantasy site agrees. It's a pay site so I don't want to give the link but here's what they wrote after the trade:

"After the firing of Ken Dorsey last year, offensive coordinator Joe Brady turned the offensive focus to James Cook and Dalton Kincaid. With Diggs now out of Buffalo, expect those two to remain key figures in 2024, even with the anticipated addition of a first-round receiver. Khalil Shakir also showed some promise at the end of the 2023 season and could be in line for a more significant workload. Curtis Samuel had a career year with Joe Brady in Washington, but he's likely to slot in as a tertiary option. Kincaid is the clear winner in Buffalo. Few tight ends are in a position to lead their team in targets, and Kincaid has the opportunity to do just that in 2024."
 

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Maybe just maybe the Bills will draft 2 of our guys at wide receiver. I've always thought for decades now that white receivers
like most white football players perform better in the cold and snowy conditions. Our people were made for this type weather.

It's also time for Andy Isabella to get on the field and remain a starter. No more racial apprenticeship b.s.
 
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