I didn't realize Mills was on the covid list. I haven't really kept up with the news this week but that is devastating if he can't go. Hopefully he is vaxed and he comes off today.Seems like Jalen Mills is unlikely to come off the COVID list. Buffalo is nearly 100% healthy. However, Josh Allen did actually state aloud that he's going to lose circulation in his feet and his toes will be numb.
Arians is a two-time HC of the year and SB champion. He's got at least two more postseasons with the GOAT QB at his disposal. The Buccaneers chances of winning the SB this season probably got swept away in hurricane AB (on the heels of losing an even more valuable piece in CG) but they should make a deep run and then probably will be one of the favorites to win it all next season. One more ring and Arians will be a no doubt HOF HC. Although, as I indicated, I think he's already making it.
I don't disagree with that at all. As a matter of fact I would say that has as much to do with each game as the teams playing in it because really anybody has a chance to get to the super bowl. No matter how it looks on paper, either team is capable of winning this game Saturday night. It's probably why the NFL is the only League that uses a one and done playoff format. Other sports leave less to chanceMy point was simply that pure luck, good or bad, will play a bigger role than you think on your road to a SB win.
Allen #6. Mac Jones #13, one ahead of a washed-up Roethlisberger.
Yeah pretty big drop off after Mac.Well, what do you know, Tannehill comes in 4th in their Passer Rating but you said he wasn't any good! He's better than your boy!
Allen's rating is 87
Mac's rating is 83. Pretty damn good for a rookie. Same score Allen had his 2nd year.
Big Ben's rating is 70. Context matters.
He's not a huge loss depending on who replaces him. I don't like the 2 standard elevations Bausby and Ross, however. At least Bausby has starting experience
Allen might just have a career night tomorrow throwing the ball.