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Old 05-19-2008, 08:58 PM    (permalink
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Who's your #2 RB behind Marshawn? I can see Omon becoming a 3rd down back or on some goal line plays his rookie year.
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Who's your #2 RB behind Marshawn? I can see Omon becoming a 3rd down back or on some goal line plays his rookie year.
Fred Jackson, and he's very good.
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Fast Freddy followed by Boy Dwayne.

Honestly I think Omon bulks up and takes over at FB

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Offense:
Trent Edwards beat out J.P. Losman for the starting job as a rookie, but that still doesn't mean that he's the answer at quarterback. He showed flashes of being a capable starter, but still struggled at times, and through ten games still threw more interceptions (8) than touchdowns (7). Last year's offensive coordinator Steve Fairchild was predictable, running the ball on first downs sixty percent of the time. Even so, Marshawn Lynch still eclipsed the 1,000 yard mark as a rookie and seemed to get better as the season went along. He returns, looking to build on his numbers under new coordinator Turk Schonert's more wide open attack. Fred Jackson looked good when replacing Lynch for three games last season and will be the number two back once again. Fullback Darian Barnes wasn't utilized much in the Jets schemes last year but still helped pave the way for two of Thomas Jones' three 100-yard games. The veteran will be counted on to do the same for Lynch and Jackson.

Wide receiver Lee Evans enjoyed a breakout year in 2006, but his numbers slipped a bit in 2007. He should bounce back in 2008 because of the new schemes employed by Schonert. The Bills will probably keep rotating the number two receiver, and it starts with Josh Reed. Reed started ten games last season and had 51 catches for 578 yards. Because Evans had only five touchdowns and Reed had none, the team drafted 6'6 James Hardy out of Indiana. Hardy should become a red zone target, but will have to work on his route running to be entrenched in the number two role. The Bills can also look at Roscoe Parrish as another guy in the rotation as he set career highs in catches and yards last season. He's a bit undersized at 5'9 but has tons of speed. The tight end spot will also be utilized more and the starter will come down to Robert Royal and newcomer Courtney Anderson. Royal has some talent and should start but is battling a knee injury that required offseason surgery. Anderson was brought in to challenge Royal, but he was ineffective last season and didn't get a lot of playing time.

The Buffalo offensive line started to gel last season, in large part because of the continued emergence of left tackle Jason Peters who should contend for a Pro Bowl this season. The Bills added left guard Derrick Dockery and right tackle Langston Walker last offseason. Center Melvin Fowler and right guard Brad Butler complete a line that allowed Lynch to surpass 1,000 yards and protected Edwards well, allowing just 12 sacks.

Defense:
Defensive ends Chris Kelsay and Aaron Schobel only combined for nine sacks last season. This was just one of the reasons the team allowed the most passing yards in the teams history. Schobel posted double-digit sacks two years in a row before last season. He should return to form. However, don't expect Kelsay to follow, although he did make a few highlight plays last season, grabbing an interception for a touchdown and scoring on a safety. Ryan Denney hurt his foot late last season, but appeared in seven games last season and made a few plays. The team also drafted Chris Ellis from Virginia Tech. The team failed to stop the run for the third straight season, and undersized Larry Tripplett was let go. In his place will be Marcus Stroud, a former Pro Bowler who has suffered ankle injuries the past two seasons as well as a four-game suspension last season for steroid use. If Stroud can shake the injuries and issues, however, he should be the force inside that Buffalo desperately needs. The other tackle, Kyle Williams, has showed some nice upside and will need to improve in 2008. Defensive tackle Spencer Johnson, an incoming free agent, will challenge for time, particularly because John McCargo has been disappointing.

Middle linebacker Paul Posluszny showed some good ability in three games before a broken leg ended his rookie season. If he has bounced back, the Bills should have a gem inside. Outside linebacker Kawika Mitchell started all sixteen games for the Super Bowl Champion Giants last season. He provided some highlights last season, scoring touchdowns on a fumble recovery in the playoffs and an interception against Buffalo. Angelo Crowell led the Bills (and all AFC outside linebackers) last season with 126 tackles and should continue to thrive in 2008. OLBs Mario Haggan and Keith Ellison and MLB John DiGiorgio had quality playing time last season.

The secondary gave up 238.4 yards a game last season. A lack of a pass rush and run-stoppers added to that. Still, Jabari Greer and Terrence McGee will have to step things up in 2008. McGee led the team with four interceptions and provided 78 tackles. Greer will have to battle newcomer William James, who was buried behind Sheldon Brown and Lito Sheppard in Philadelphia. Greer, who started last season, and James, who came to Buffalo in hopes of becoming the starter, may both have to take a backseat to rookie Leodis McKelvin, the top corner in the draft. Donte Whitner was a surprise draft pick for Buffalo a couple of years ago but hasn't disappointed, coming up with 193 tackles over his first two seasons. Free safety Ko Simpson had surgery to repair a broken ankle which happened in the very first game last season. The team hopes that he can come back healthy. His backup, George Wilson, also suffered broken ribs late last season. Bryan Scott had quality playing time and is an option if anybody gets hurt.

Special teams:
The special teams is a bright spot for Buffalo. Brian Moorman is a Pro Bowl punter, and Rian Lindell is a solid, if not underrated, kicker. Starting corner Terrence McGee excels on kick returns. Roscoe Parrish led the NFL as a punt returner last year. Rookie Leodis McKelvin may also get some chances after returning eight kicks for touchdowns, tying an NCAA record. Special teams coach Bobby April must find some new players for his coverage units, but it shouldn't be too difficult.

Coaching:
Dick Jauron is popular in the locker room. He should also be commended for his job on the field. Although the Bills suffered an NFL-high seventeen players placed on injured reserve, they still remained competitive, losing by just one point to Denver and Dallas and eight points in Cleveland and Philadelphia. Offensive coordinator Turk Schonert is expected to bring along Edwards by opening up the field a little bit. If he is successful, the offense will benefit from top to bottom and keep from being too predictable. Defensive coordinator Perry Fewell has some bigger players and should be able to get better, although it would be difficult to get worse.

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The Bills have a manageable schedule but will probably have to take their lumps. They open up against Seattle and at Jacksonville before getting Oakland and a two-game road trip at St. Louis and Arizona. They get a bye week only to face San Diego. Then, they get three divisional games before taking on Cleveland. Going to Kansas City and back home for San Francisco should be welcome before ending the season with three division rematches in the last four weeks. The other game will feature a rematch against Denver in Colorado after losing by just one point last season. If the Bills are in line for a playoff berth, they need to do so before their finale against New England.
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I don't think disappointing is the word for McCargo. He hasn't been a starter or great player, but he's looked pretty good and most people are excited for him this season with Trips out of the way.
It could go more in depth with the differing outlooks on Schobel and Kelsay, besides the obvious talent gap.
It is what it is, not really anything that would garner a complaint. It's a safe, factual preview that doesn't go out on a limb but seems to know what it's talking about.
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Receiver Steve Johnson has impressed with his ability to run after the catch.
He seems to make a play in every practice, earning the praise of his coaches and teammates alike. When the work is over and the players leave the field, he remains to catch extra passes from the Jugs machine.

When you are a seventh-round draft pick you better make an impression early and often. If it was Steve Johnson’s intention to get the Buffalo Bills’ attention, he is succeeding.

“He’s doing a good job,” Bills wide receivers coach Tyke Tolbert said . “He’s like all the other rookies, the head’s spinning a little bit. But he’s a playmaking guy. We were very fortunate to get him where we drafted him because we had a higher grade than where we got him.”

Like the Bills, Johnson was stunned he had to wait so long to get a telephone call from an NFL team during the draft. But the former University of Kentucky star has gotten over the disappointment.

“I’m here now so I don’t really have to worry about what happened in the past,” he said. “All I’ve got to do is go forward and everything will be all good.”

Johnson has been pretty good for most of the Bills’ voluntary practice sessions. He has impressive size at 6-foot-2 and 202 pounds, which was a big reason the Bills drafted him and 6-6 James Hardy.

What stands out about Johnson is his good hands and ability to run after the catch. His route running needs polishing, but he doesn’t seem to have a problem getting open.

“You can see that he has good ability,” Tolbert said. “He still has a lot to learn, but he’s off to a good start.”

If Johnson is raw it’s because he hasn’t been playing football long. The San Francisco native didn’t take up the sport until his high school started a program before his junior year.

He started at running back as a junior and quarterback as a senior, while also playing safety, linebacker and defensive end. It wasn’t until Johnson reached Chabot College in Hayward, Calif., that he moved to wide receiver. He embraced the position switch and earned All-America honors his second year by catching 73 passes for 1,060 yards and 12 touchdowns.

After transferring to Kentucky in 2006, Johnson needed a year to adjust to the NCAA Division I-A level. But he busted out in a big way last season with 60 catches, 1,041 yards, 13 touchdowns and was named first-team All-Southeastern Conference by College Football News. Two of his touchdowns were game-winners: a 57-yarder with 28 seconds left against Louisville and a 7-yarder in triple overtime against then No. 1 LSU.

It was Johnson’s performance in that LSU game that really made Tolbert stand up and take notice. Including his game-winner, Johnson had a career-high seven catches for 134 yards during a 43-37 upset of the eventual national champions.

“If a receiver played LSU I’d watch that game because LSU had two senior cornerbacks that did a good job all year long,” Tolbert said. “But Steve pretty much ripped LSU’s senior corners apart, so that stood out more than anything. That showed me everything he could do as a playmaker.”

Producing in what is widely recognized as the best conference in college football didn’t hurt either.

“Some people say the SEC is like an NFL JV, so to speak,” Johnson said. “But going against LSU, Florida and Tennessee is like going against the best, so you’re pretty much practicing for the next level. Coaches always told us that at Kentucky. It has helped make the transition [to the NFL] a lot easier.”

Johnson’s experience against SEC defenses may help him in shorts this spring, but the NFL is a much different and faster game when the pads go on in the summer and fall.
Tolbert likes what he’s seen but wants to see more from Johnson when training camp arrives.

“I have no problem with his playmaking ability,” Tolbert said. “I don’t have a problem with his toughness from what I saw on film. But getting him in a situation where he can be successful and be consistent, that’s the key.”

Johnson knows he has a lot to prove, but that’s nothing different than what he’s faced since he first touched a football.

“Out of high school to junior college it was always the same way,” he said. “I just started playing the position, so every time I stepped on the field I had to prove myself. I think if you step on the field with that attitude and mentality you can’t really lose. Don’t be comfortable at all. Just continue to work and good things will happen.”







Still cant believe he lasted until the 7th round....Funny enough I had him going in the 5th round to the Bills
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Dont be such a drama queen....The forum says 2008 NFL draft...last time I checked he was a part of that
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ya actually the opposite with John McCargo. He hasnt been a dissapointment... though it was disapointing to have him miss his first year with an injury. But last year (his first full season) he showed flashes of dominance. And if he continues to grow.. will be a FORCE to reckon, especially with Stroud working beside him.
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Hopefully he sticks around and is able to bump Josh Reed off the team. That guy is useless
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Honestly I think Omon bulks up and takes over at FB

Nice sig McGee
We signed Darian Barnes to be our FB though
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Barnes did not have one rushing yard in 2006 and was inactive for all of 2007. The least we can say is Omon is strong competition for Barnes
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wondering if anybody has heard anything because im tripping that he isnt in camp, he is a key part in us having a big season and we need him there.
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Just about what I was going to say. Besides alot of players dont go to OTA's because there not mandatory. If he is missing a camp thats mandatory for more then a day or two thats bad news.
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MCGEE AND GREER BETTER THAN SOME THINK: Though Jabari Greer had to wait his turn last year to enter the starting lineup, he and Terrence McGee formed a pretty good tandem last season. Even though some fans are quick to assume that Leodis McKelvin will step in for Greer this season, that may be a rush to judgment. Not only did Greer have another outstanding spring, but according to KC Joyner, ESPN's resident "Football Scientist" as a tandem McGee and Greer ranked fourth in the league in yards per attempt allowed at an impressive 5.8 yards. Granted it's only one statistic, but Nate Clements and Walt Harris ranked 15th. Champ Bailey and Dre Bly ranked last. I was a bit surprised by some of the figures, and no it's not the end all, be all for judging cornerback play, but it is a legitimate stat. As I said in my minicamp notes last week, McKelvin is going to need to have a monster camp to crack the starting lineup in the secondary to start the season.

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Yeah, they're good, but it's KC Joyner. The guy who thought McGee was better than Clements when he was actually just as inconsistent with a lower ceiling for when he was on his game.
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like stated, this belongs in a team forum

and......no he did not report to the mandatory camps
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like stated, this belongs in a team forum

and......no he did not report to the mandatory camps
stinks for the Bills, on the other hand I understands he wants a fatter paycheck.
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Is this the same Jason Peters who went from #7 overall to being put at guard to being benched to almost being released to getting a starting job?

I remember Buffalo having a useless offensive line, signing castoffs and then all of a sudden Peters is in the discussion with guys like Orlando pace as the top starters in the league?

Correct me if I'm wrong?
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Is this the same Jason Peters who went from #7 overall to being put at guard to being benched to almost being released to getting a starting job?

I remember Buffalo having a useless offensive line, signing castoffs and then all of a sudden Peters is in the discussion with guys like Orlando pace as the top starters in the league?

Correct me if I'm wrong?
This Jason Peters was a UDFA from Arkensas, who was signed by the bills, moved to the practise squad, became a tight end, then won the right tackle job, then moved to LT and was selected to the pro bowl last year.
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