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Posted by Kruse Dencker on January 19th, 2021

And, of course, Allen has a franchise receiver now in Stefon Diggs. The 11-catch, 147-yard day for Diggs went almost unnoticed because Diggs seems to do it every week. He leads the NFL in catches (111) and receiving yards (1,314), when every defense he sees lines up to try to stop him.I told Beane I’d been critical of how much he traded to Minnesota to get Diggs: the 22nd pick in the first round, plus fourth, fifth and sixth-round picks. (The Vikings threw back a seventh-rounder to Buffalo in addition to Diggs.) There was the point of a favorable contract—a deal that runs through 2023 at an annual average of .4 million—and this factor I hadn’t considered. “Andre Roberts,” Beane said. “He’s really changed field position a lot for us. Our special teams coming into this game, we’ve ranked in the top 10 in all four main ones—punt and punt return, kick and kick return. Most people talk offense, defense. People don’t talk about our special teams enough.”The Bills will be a formidable foe in January, with a strong-armed and maturing quarterback, a defense allowing 21.5 points a game over the last half-season and those special teams. A shame they won’t have their fans in-house for their first home playoff game in forever (a 1996 loss to Jacksonville), but, as Hughes said, “They’re the Bills Mafia. They’ll figure out some way to celebrate this.” It started with a 1 a.m. airport-welcome for the team Sunday, fans not socially distant but appearing masked on a 23-degree night. As the Bills deplaned and headed home to sleep, it felt like the start of something big in Buffalo.The late Nick Cafardo, writing in the Boston Globe, used to have updates on nine baseball people many weeks in his Sunday notes column. As an homage to Cafardo, I borrow his cool column section, expanding it to football starters like he did with baseball, and looking at 11 people in football who made an impact—positive or negative—this weekend: 11. Whoa! Brian Burns of the Panthers: two sacks, four hurries, a gigantic impact in holding Green Bay to three points in its last eight possessions. He’s a big-time keeper. Great pick, Marty Hurney. bet365가입 (Re the Monday dismissal of Hurney: It’s probably sensible for all parties, particularly because owner David Tepper wants a different and more analytics-driven GM. Now he gives Hurney a chance, in Washington perhaps, to move on with his life while the Panthers move on with theirs.) “He’s done a lot of work to get to this point. Just proud of him, his focus and how he’s prioritized different things. As quarterback, it’s tough sometimes because you have a lot of guys open and you’ve got to distribute it to different guys. Mike [Evans] gets a lot of looks, Chris [Godwin] gets looks, A.B. (Brown) gets looks and as quarterback there’s one ball. You can’t split it in three or four.”—Tom Brady, praising Antonio Brown after Brown caught the winning 46-yard TD pass from Brady to beat Atlanta on Sunday. Reader in France is not pleased. From Antonin Tokatlian, of Marseille, France: “What Mr. John Knapp says about the players of the week section is a bunch of nonsense. Why would we want less of your input on players? I love that you select a lot of players to show all the good performances around the league. Limiting yourself makes no sense. Why don’t you rank the performances? Mr. Knapp won’t think you’ve watered down the section since there will be one winner and several runners up. Everyone wins!”Hmmm. Thanks, Antonin. How about this compromise: I’ll keep it to John Knapp’s preferred methodology this week, then next week I’ll plan to do it your way: a winner and one or two runners up per week. And we’ll see what the readers think.

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