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    Buffalo Bills: PFF tabs Cole Beasley as separation creating specialist

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    Buffalo Bills newest wide receiver Cole Beasley is a separation creator, according to Pro Football Focus. Buffalo Bills wide receiver Cole Beasley isn’t the biggest guy on the field — measuring in at 5-foot-8, 180-pounds–, nor is he the most athletic. But he’s built a brand of football that makes him well-worth a hefty contract. […]
    Buffalo Bills: PFF tabs Cole Beasley as separation creating specialist - BuffaLowDown - BuffaLowDown - A Buffalo Bills Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

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    Let's talk about this in December. Huge mistake spending this money on this guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMech View Post
    Let's talk about this in December. Huge mistake spending this money on this guy.
    How do you jump to that conclusion? Isnt this an article about a guy that gets open more than any WR in the NFL? Sounds like a value signing to me... especially for a team that has a young QB that needs to improve his completion percentage.

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    wow. you are like the ONLY one ive heard criticize this signing

    it would be great if you could fill in a bunch of details how you came to this conclusion
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    Quote Originally Posted by Meathead View Post
    wow. you are like the ONLY one ive heard criticize this signing

    it would be great if you could fill in a bunch of details how you came to this conclusion
    I watched him during his entire time in Dallas. He had a few good years when other receivers were clearing space for him underneath. When the receiving depth vanished so did he. He is not a big impact player. The injuries over the last couple of years have mounted. He is tiny and his body is about used up. Once the tight end depth vanished last year, he was not of any consequence....analysis being that Witten opened up space for him.
    You will be wishing by December that they did not sign him to the contract they did. Not a wise decision. Don't buy into the hype because that is all it is.

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    Couple of things about the Beas.

    If he played with a legit QB ie Brady or Brees dude would be Wes Welker Jr.

    I don't see the fit because I just don't see Josh being that guy that is going to be fine throwing it underneath multiple times a possession, for multiple possessions throughout the game to truly take advantage of Beas' skill set.

    Now Daboll can scheme in some stuff along the way but he's not going to me a rhythm guy, and the fact that Beas is a midget is not going to help.

    I do see the logic. We've got the deep threats, and then the guy that can lineup anywhere with Zay, so the middle in theory should be unlocked for Beas.

    However where I think Beas can have the biggest impact is in the studio. I want to know if he can do a Buffalo inspired banger that tops Stevie's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMech View Post
    I watched him during his entire time in Dallas. He had a few good years when other receivers were clearing space for him underneath. When the receiving depth vanished so did he. He is not a big impact player. The injuries over the last couple of years have mounted. He is tiny and his body is about used up. Once the tight end depth vanished last year, he was not of any consequence....analysis being that Witten opened up space for him.
    You will be wishing by December that they did not sign him to the contract they did. Not a wise decision. Don't buy into the hype because that is all it is.
    What are you talking about? He's only missed one game in the past five seasons. And last year was his second best stat-wise of his career. Highly rated last year by PFF as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Beef View Post
    Couple of things about the Beas.

    If he played with a legit QB ie Brady or Brees dude would be Wes Welker Jr.

    I don't see the fit because I just don't see Josh being that guy that is going to be fine throwing it underneath multiple times a possession, for multiple possessions throughout the game to truly take advantage of Beas' skill set.

    Now Daboll can scheme in some stuff along the way but he's not going to me a rhythm guy, and the fact that Beas is a midget is not going to help.

    I do see the logic. We've got the deep threats, and then the guy that can lineup anywhere with Zay, so the middle in theory should be unlocked for Beas.

    However where I think Beas can have the biggest impact is in the studio. I want to know if he can do a Buffalo inspired banger that tops Stevie's.
    With the deep threats of Robert Foster and John Brown, the underneath pass routes will be open for Zay Jones, Cole Beasley, Dawson Knox, Singletary and the other RB's and TE's. Having a player like Beasley helps with spacing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by B LO View Post
    What are you talking about? He's only missed one game in the past five seasons. And last year was his second best stat-wise of his career. Highly rated last year by PFF as well.
    They threw to him a lot early in the season when they had no wide receiver. Once they got a wide receiver he was MIA. Of course his injuries contributed to the lack of production in the second half of the season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMech View Post
    They threw to him a lot early in the season when they had no wide receiver. Once they got a wide receiver he was MIA. Of course his injuries contributed to the lack of production in the second half of the season.
    Dallas also had a very unimaginative, uncreative offensive coordinator in Scott Linehan.
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