My cellphone was blowing up with text messages regarding my remarks on my weekly radio show “Pro Talk Plus,” that Josh Allen is a tight end playing the quarterback position. I stand by those remarks on Josh Allen, but he is starting to come along with plenty of passes with touch on them to his receivers.
Stefon Diggs made him look very good with outstanding catches against an inferior Dolphin secondary. Bills receivers were wide open most of the day on crossing patterns that Miami Dolphins defensive coordinator Josh Boyer was unable to make an adjustment to stop them.
Bills rookie tight end Reggie Gilliam: “The Dolphins were as they were on film and I’m getting comfortable with the speed of the game.”
Reggie Gilliam was my preseason pick as Buffalo Bills “Diamond in the Rough” player for the 2020 NFL season and he is already bringing in dividends for the team. A close second in my “Diamond in the Rough” is Bills wide receiver Gabriel Davis, who I followed during his last two seasons at the University of Central Florida (UCF). He also had a touchdown reception.
Davis : “I ran my route and saw Josh roll out and was able to move to back of end zone and give Josh space to throw the ball to the outside and I was able to come down with the ball.
Yes, Gabriel Davis’ fingertip catch in the back of the endzone was the same type of reception I’ve seen him make many times in critical situations for UCF. Bills General Manager Brandon Beane and Head Coach Sean McDermott have surrounded Josh Allen with plenty of high-quality receivers in order to be successful. Josh must continue to produce with the Bills schedule getting very tough for the next six weeks. The Bills remaining schedule includes The Rams, The Raiders, The Titans, The Chiefs, The Jets, The Patriots, The Seahawks, The Cardinals, The Chargers, The 49ers, The Steelers, The Broncos, The Patriots, and The Dolphins.
The Bills defensive line will be tested in coming weeks with the middle of the line missing a big body to assist in stopping the run. Bills backup linebackers AJ Schein, and Tyrel Dodson will have to tackle punishing Rams running back Malcolm Brown and Cam Akers. Malcolm Brown ran all over a tough physical Philadelphia Eagles defense.
Yes, let the Gauntlet begin with The LA Rams coming to town with a strong offensive line and running game. I see a very physical game at Bills Stadium and with All- Pro Corner back Jaylen Ramsey coming to town to cover Stefon Diggs , it will make for another good entertaining game. This will be a true test of how far along Bills QB Josh Allen has progressed, as a strong passing game will be needed to defeat the LA Rams. I have The Bills winning 28-27 in a hard hitting, very physical contest, with Josh not turning the ball over, and the Bills defensive front having to slow down the punishing Rams running attack which will dominate for most of the day.
-Toronto Blue Jays Update-
The Toronto Blue Jays come back to Buffalo to close out the 60-game regular season on a Homestand against The New York Yankees, and Baltimore Orioles. After losing five games in a row, The Blue Jays pitching must improve and with star outfielder Teoscar Hernandez returning to the lineup . Teoscar hit his 16th home run of the season with a crushing blast to help lead The Blue Jays to a 6 – 3 wins over The Philadelphia Phillies. The Blue Jays can now score runs again and must keep Teoscar healthy for this week and playoffs in order to be competitive. The Blue Jays were shut out and scored three runs or less in his absence. Hin Jin Ryu is The Blue Jays only dominate starting pitcher and that must be addressed in the off season. Hopefully Blue Jays management will spend money to bring two more high quality veteran pitchers in for next season.
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