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    Getty A photo of Bills quarterback Josh Allen (L) hanging out with Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry (R) caused fans to freak out on social media. Numerous superstar athletes are golfing at the American Century Championship tournament in South Lake Tahoe this weekend, including Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen. While celebrity intermingling was expected, fans almost couldn’t handle seeing Allen pose for a picture with Golden State Warriors star Steph Curry. Allen, who’s originally from northern California, celebrated the Warriors winning the 2021-22 NBA championship. He shared tweets applauding their title win and of the team’s victory parade. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! The combined greatness of Curry, the Finals MVP, taking a photo with Allen, who’s looking to win his first Super Bowl Championship this season, caused quite a stir on social media. Legendary. @JoshAllenQB ???? @StephenCurry30 pic.twitter.com/yl4mOPbeHE — Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) July 8, 2022 USA Today reporter Bradley Gelber tweeted, “2 ????’s,” while a fan wrote, “I can’t believe this is real life????????.” On...
    Getty Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills warms up prior to the game against the Carolina Panthers at Highmark Stadium on December 19, 2021 in Orchard Park, New York. The Buffalo Bills have the best odds to win the Super Bowl heading into the 2022 NFL season, and one of the biggest reasons the franchise has earned such hype is because superstar Josh Allen is their quarterback. Last season, Allen threw for 4,407 passing yards and 36 touchdowns, and with an upgraded offensive line, and new weapons in the receivers room, the 26-year-old quarterback looks to have another break-out year. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! According to Fox Sports 1 analyst Emmanuel Acho, Allen is the obvious No. 1 “Scariest QB” in the NFL, outranking Kansas Chiefs’ Patrick Mahomes, Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ Tom Brady, Baltimore Ravens’ Lamar Jackson, and Green Bay Packers’ Aaron Rodgers. No lies were told about Josh Allen #BillsMafia. https://t.co/oNhae23c7b — Emmanuel Acho (@EmmanuelAcho) June 30, 2022 Allen “is scary because he’s an...
    Getty Offensive Coordinator Brian Daboll of the Buffalo Bills looks on prior to the AFC Divisional Playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on January 23, 2022 in Kansas City, Missouri One of the biggest shifts for the Buffalo Bills heading into the 2022 NFL season is their coaching staff. After Joe Schoen, one of Buffalo’s longtime top executives accepted a new job as the New York Giants‘ general manager, the Bills’ former offensive coordinator, Brian Daboll, joined him as the team’s new head coach. While it was a devasting blow to lose Daboll, who’s been a key factor in quarterback Josh Allen‘s exponential growth over the past four years, fans, analysts, and Bills players were thrilled to see such a deserving coach rise up in the league. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Since accepting the head coaching job in late January, the 47-year-old has made his own health a priority. In an interview with ESPN’s Breaking Big Blue podcast with Jordan Ranaan earlier...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Hinsdale native Brian Allen will be suiting up at center for his second Super Bowl with the Rams Sunday – but this will be his first as a starter. Allen returned from a knee injury to start all 19 games this season, and he was named a Pro Bowl alternate. READ MORE: Gun Charges Issued In West Side Shootout Over Which Mayor Lightfoot, State's Attorney Foxx Clashed Publicly In OctoberAllen and his two brothers all played center at Michigan State – which has led to interesting questions for his parents. “Actually, one of the dad’s sons was a linebacker, and he said, ‘Do you watch the snap clock on every play?’ and I said, ‘Yes, because if he screws something up, our guy’s the idiot,’” said his father, John Allen. READ MORE: Chicago First Alert Weather: Snow Showers Increase Thursday Evening“A lot of times I see the clocking ticking down and I’m like: ‘Snap the ball! Snap the ball!’” said Brian Allen’s mother, Leslie Allen. CBS 2’s Matt Zahn asked the Allens what it is like to...
    LOS ANGELES — Josh Allen says Giants head coach Brian Daboll taught him how to take charge, connected him with quarterbacks like Tom Brady for conversations on how to improve, and tailored the Bills’ high-powered offense to what his quarterback wanted. That unlocked one of the NFL’s most unstoppable attacks in Buffalo. “He’s not gonna call plays to fulfill himself,” Allen, 25, said of Daboll, his former Bills offensive coordinator, at radio row on Thursday at the Los Angeles Convention Center. “He’s gonna call plays that are gonna help you as a quarterback make the right decision and make the best play possible.” Allen hadn’t found the time to tell Daniel Jones all about Daboll yet. He promised to do so at Thursday night’s NFL Honors Ceremony, where Jones would be in attendance. “Yeah, I told [Jones] I was gonna call him last week and I didn’t. I feel like an asshole!” Allen said with a laugh. “But I think I’m gonna see him tonight, and I’m gonna have a good little talk with him.” ...
    Getty Stefon Diggs #14 of the Buffalo Bills warms up prior to the AFC Divisional Playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on January 23, 2022 in Kansas City, Missouri. The Buffalo Bills officially are in the market for a new offensive coordinator after Brian Daboll was hired by the New York Giants as their new head coach. While the entire franchise is sad to see Daboll go, Stefon Diggs is taking the news particularly hard. The wide receiver broke his silence on Daboll’s departure on Saturday, January 29, issuing a stern message to the Giants roster. The two-time Pro Bowler said that while Daboll is one of the most caring coaches in the league, don’t mistake his kindness for weakness. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! “I can tell you first-hand that Brian Daboll will never let anybody walk over him,” Diggs said. “He’s cool, but he ain’t that cool. He’s a tough guy. He’s going to be hard on you. But he’s going...
    Getty/BuffaloBills.com Bills quarterback Josh Allen (L) campaigned for Ken Dorsey (R) to become Buffalo's new offensive coordinator, but he's following Brian Daboll to the New York Giants. The Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen received a double blow of tough news on Friday, January 28. After the New York Giants announced they were officially hiring Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll as their next head coach, who’s been a key reason behind Allen’s exponential growth over the past few years, insiders across the NFL reported that the NFC East franchise would be delivering even more bad news for the 25-year-old quarterback. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Almost immediately after Daboll’s hiring was announced, reports revealed that Allen’s No. 1 choice to replace Daboll, Bills quarterbacks coach Ken Dorsey, was also wanted by the Giants to be their offensive coordinator. NFL Insider Jordan Schultz tweeted on Friday evening, “As I reported earlier in the week, Daboll wanted to be a package deal with Ken Dorsey. He’s getting his wish. Source...
    With the New York Giants naming Brian Daboll as their next head coach, it is up to Daniel Jones to progress in his fourth season. The New York Giants found their new general manager in Joe Schoen, the assistant general manager of the Buffalo Bills. Now, it is a full Bills take over in East Rutherford, N.J., as the Giants officially hired Buffalo offensive coordinator Brian Daboll as their next head coach. Fox Sports insider Jay Glazer was the first to break the news of Daboll and the Giants closing in on a deal. Given Daboll’s track record with quarterbacks, especially with Josh Allen, it is all on Daniel Jones to finally turn things around in his fourth season.Giants: With Brian Daboll hire, it is all on Daniel Jones to turn things aroundThe main takeaway from that press conference was that New York was going full steam ahead with Jones as the starting quarterback in 2022. Team co-owner John Mara honestly said that the Giants have “done everything possible to screw this kid up.” The organization took a huge step...
    Getty Offensive Coordinator Brian Daboll of the Buffalo Bills looks on prior to the AFC Divisional Playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on January 23, 2022 in Kansas City, Missouri. Making the heartbreak from Buffalo Bills‘ overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs hurt even more, the fact the this franchise will drastically different next season. Joe Schoen, one of Buffalo’s longtime top executives, has already accepted a new job as the Giants general manager, and according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, offensive coordinator Brian Daboll will soon be joining him in New York. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! While numerous reports had Daboll as the Dolphins’ top choice to take over their new head coach in 2022, it appears he’ll officially accept the Giants’ head coaching position before Miami was able to make him an offer. Rapoport tweeted on Friday, January 28, “Sources: The #Giants are working to hire #Bills OC Brian Daboll as their new head coach. The two sides will...
    Getty Mitchell Trubisky #10 of the Buffalo Bills takes the field prior to the AFC Divisional Playoff game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on January 23, 2022 in Kansas City, Missouri. After the Buffalo Bills postseason came to an abrupt end following their heartbreaking overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, January 23, the rumored reports concerning the future of offensive coordinator Brian Daboll and backup quarterback Mitchell Trubisky skyrocketed. Daboll, who won the AP’s Assistant Coach of the Year last season, and was named in December by Bleacher Report‘s Maurice Moton as the No. 3 most-sought-after “Top Head Coaching Candidates” in 2022, has already interviewed with multiple teams. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! So the Giants coaching search is basically down to what it was always thought to be: Brian Daboll and Brian Flores as the 1-1A choices, with Leslie Frazier as a sleeper candidate. pic.twitter.com/YMZtutR1AM — Ralph Vacchiano (@RVacchianoSNY) January 27, 2022 While initial reports had Daboll following ex-Bills...
    Getty Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills walks off the field after being defeated by the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Divisional Playoff game at Arrowhead Stadium on January 23, 2022 While the wounds are still fresh from the Buffalo Bills‘ heartbreaking overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, the franchise needs to deal with the fact that this team will likely look drastically different next season. Joe Schoen, one of Buffalo’s longtime top executives, has already accepted a new job as the New York Giants general manager, while both offensive coordinator Brian Daboll and defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier are two of the most sought-after candidates to fill vacant head coaching positions elsewhere. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! For quarterback Josh Allen, the prospect of Daboll moving on to another team will be a huge blow. While rumored reports hint that Schoen will likely poach Daboll to be the Giants’ next head coach, if it was up to Allen, he would stay put...
    If you were to try and connect the dots, the frontrunner for the next Giants head coach would be obvious. Per SNY’s Ralph Vacchiano, Bills assistant general manager Joe Schoen is a finalist for New York’s general manager vacancy. Schoen completed his second interview with the team Tuesday. If Schoen gets the job, Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll is likely to be named the Giants’ head coach. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM The duo have already interviewed with the Bears as well and would appear to be a package. Daboll has also interviewed with the Dolphins. Daboll, 46, is one of the brightest offensive minds to not yet be a head coach. Brought in by head coach Sean McDermott in 2018, Daboll has overseen the development of quarterback Josh Allen. Allen became a Pro Bowler in his third season working with Daboll and Buffalo’s offense has risen to the elite of the NFL. FILE - In this Oct. 20, 2019, file photo, Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, left, encourages quarterback Josh Allen as he warms...
    If the Chicago Bears were intent on doing comprehensive research for their simultaneous searches for a new head coach and general manager, perhaps their Saturday night homework should have ended with a peek into the interview rooms at Highmark Stadium in Orchard Park, N.Y. Start with Bill Belichick. Legendary coach of the New England Patriots. Defensive mastermind. Six-time Super Bowl winner. Yet as his night came to a close, Belichick was humbled, conquered, obviously frustrated. His top-five defense had been slaughtered by the Buffalo Bills, smashed to pieces like a rotten pumpkin in a 47-17 loss in the wild-card round of the AFC playoffs. “We just couldn’t keep up with them tonight,” Belichick said. “They certainly deserved to win. Well-coached. They executed well and we just couldn’t do much of anything.” Belichick’s blank expression and curt, monotone delivery were hardly new. He often responds this way even after impressive triumphs. But the level of his humiliation was certainly rare. Belichick’s previous 11 postseason losses with the Patriots came by an average of nine points. On Saturday,...
    Getty Josh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills walks off the field after defeating the New England Patriots with a score of 47 to 17 in the AFC Wild Card playoff game at Highmark Stadium on January 15, 2022. The Buffalo Bills had a lot to celebrate after a dominant 47-17 playoff win over the New England Patriots on Saturday, January 15. While it’s incredibly exciting that the Bills are moving on to the next round, there’s a lingering dark cloud hovering above the team’s success. On Sunday, Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll and defensive coordinator Leslie Fraizer will start interviewing with other teams to possibly become their new head coach next season. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! Frazier and Daboll will actually be competing against one another since the Miami Dolphins and Chicago Bears have invited both of them to interview for the head coaching position, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. “Busy 24 hours for the Bills,” Schefter tweeted Saturday morning....
    The Chicago Bears have reached out to at least 13 general manager candidates and 10 coaching candidates for interviews. As they go through the interview process, we’re looking at each of the prospective hires. Brian Daboll will interviewed for the coach opening Sunday. Brian Daboll Title: Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Age: 46 Experience Daboll has been the Bills offensive coordinator for four seasons and was the AP Assistant Coach of the Year in 2020 as he guided quarterback Josh Allen to a Pro Bowl season. In the last two seasons combined, Allen has thrown for 8,951 yards, 73 touchdowns and 25 interceptions. Daboll also has been an offensive coordinator with the Kansas City Chiefs (2012), Miami Dolphins (2011) and Cleveland Browns (2009-10), was the New York Jets quarterbacks coach in Brett Favre’s season there and was an assistant with the New England Patriots for 11 seasons and five Super Bowl teams. You should know Daboll began his career as a graduate assistant at Michigan State on Nick Saban’s staff and rejoined...
    If the Miami Dolphins want to get the most out of Tua Tagovailoa, they should reunite him with this head coaching candidate. The Miami Dolphins made the most shocking decision the day after the end of the regular-season, as they fired head coach Brian Flores despite having two winning seasons in his three years at the helm. But, ESPN’s Jeff Darlington reported that Flores had “deteriorating relationship[s]” with general manager Chris Grier and quarterback Tua Tagovailoa, which played a role in owner Stephen Ross parting ways with him. Now, they have to find a new head coach. If the Dolphins fully believe that Tagovailoa is the right guy to lead the team as their quarterback, they need to hire someone who could get the most out of their signal caller. An obvious name they should consider is Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll.Brian Daboll would be the ideal candidate for Dolphins head coachDaboll had been a hot commodity in the coaching cycle the past two years, but shockingly did not end up with a job last year. That could very...
    Getty Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll talks to head coach Doug Pederson of the Philadelphia Eagles before a game at New Era Field on October 27, 2019 in Orchard Park, New York. Much of the Buffalo Bills success this season can be credited to offensive coordinator Brian Daboll, whose ability to create schemes around the talents of quarterback Josh Allen has helped put the team back atop the AFC East. As the Bills prepare for their final regular-season game on Sunday, January 9, a matchup that decides whether or not Buffalo will clinch the AFC East division title for the second year in a row — other franchises are already preparing to clean house for a fresh start next season. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! While the Las Vegas Raiders and the Jacksonville Jaguars are already on the hunt for new head coaches, it’s expected for numerous other openings to appear over the next few weeks. As for Daboll, who...
    Getty Brian Daboll on the sidelines during a game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll is coaching with a heavy heart on Monday Night Football. ESPN reported during Monday’s broadcast that Daboll’s grandfather, Chris Kirsten, had passed away on Sunday, just three weeks after his grandmother had passed away. Daboll was still with the team and on the sidelines as the Bills took on the Tennessee Titans in a critical matchup that could have playoff implications. ESPN shares that Brian Daboll's grandfather passed away on Sunday. It comes three weeks after his grandmother died. — Ryan Talbot (@RyanTalbotBills) October 19, 2021 The latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! Daboll Just Learned About Grandfather’s PassingAs ESPN reported, Daboll learned about his grandfather’s death while he and the team were on the plane heading to Nashville for Monday’s game. It appears that he chose to remain with the team over the weekend to prepare for the Titans and lead the offense. Daboll’s grandfather...
    Getty osh Allen #17 of the Buffalo Bills talks to offensive coordinator Brian Daboll during training camp at Highmark Stadium on July 31, 2021 in Orchard Park, New York. The Buffalo Bills dominant 43-21 win over the Washington Football Team was bittersweet for offensive line coach Brian Daboll, who lost his grandmother, the woman who raised him, just days before Sunday’s game. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! During the postgame conference, quarterback Josh Allen dedicated the win to Daboll, mentioning how his coach was able to keep it together until the team entered the locker room in Orchard Park. Josh Allen on his relationship with Brian Daboll and what this game meant for the offense as a unit #BillsMafia @WKBW pic.twitter.com/JbeopjtJx3 — Matthew Bové (@Matt_Bove) September 26, 2021 “He lost his grandma this week, the woman who raised him,” Allen said. “So he had a pretty tough week so to go out there and play the way we did and execute...
    Getty Brian Allen (center) looks onto the field in a 2019 game at London. Allen has resurfaced as a potential starting center with the Los Angeles Rams. Looks like we’re going to have to hold off on saying Austin Corbett is the official starting Los Angeles Rams center. During Monday’s training camp session at UC Irvine’s Crawford Field, there was a Brian Allen sighting with the Rams’ first team offense, as the fourth-year center out of Michigan State took snaps with Matthew Stafford and company. Brian Allen starts out the day taking snaps for Matthew Stafford at center in situational 11 on 11s, with Austin Corbett at right guard. Obviously this is a change from…the entire spring and camp up until about Saturday. So that’s pretty interesting! — Jourdan Rodrigue (@JourdanRodrigue) August 9, 2021 Following practice, head coach Sean McVay confirmed the move to place Allen back at center. And McVay praised what he saw then revealed this: The Rams are still in an evaluation period at the center spot. “He has played really well,”...
    IRVINE, Calif. (AP) — Just when it seemed as if the Los Angeles Rams had their starting offensive line figured out, there is now uncertainty in the middle of the front five. Rams coach Sean McVay said Brian Allen would see more time at center with the first unit going forward, with Austin Corbett sliding over to guard after lining up almost exclusively at center during offseason workouts and at the start of training camp. “We’re still in the middle of evaluating what does it look like, to figure out that best combination of those five guys up front, but the way that Brian’s played consistently throughout camp. … We know also Corbett can be a really good right guard. It’s really a reflection of how well Brian’s played, and we’re going to continue to evaluate,” McVay said Monday. The Rams have to replace Austin Blythe, who helped stabilize the line by moving to center last season but left in free agency to sign a one-year contract with Kansas City in March. Allen was selected in the fourth...
    Getty Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator and Philadelphia Eagles head coach Doug Pederson talk before the two teams faced off last season. Due to the success of Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen and the Bills offense, head coaching rumors swirled around offensive coordinator Brian Daboll throughout the second half of the 2020 NFL season. He was connected to head coaching openings with the Los Angeles Chargers and the New York Jets, along with a few more teams, but Daboll ended up deciding to stay in Buffalo for at least the next after not receiving any official offers. It was good news for Bills fans, but Daboll didn’t go home this offseason emptied handed either. On Saturday, Daboll was named this year’s Associated Press Assistant Coach of the Year. That’s our offensive coordinator! Congratulations to Brian Daboll on being named the 2020 Assistant Coach of the Year: https://t.co/Me5jSFC1Bi pic.twitter.com/TbzwO07r0r — Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) February 7, 2021 Daboll led an offensive group that scored the most points per game (31.3) in the AFC during the regular season and also averaged...
    The Chargers seem set to hire Brian Daboll, and he’s the perfect coach to make Justin Herbert into a superstar. Among the head coaching openings that were out there, and surely those that remain, the Los Angeles Chargers’ job is arguably the most appealing. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll has emerged as the favorite to land the job. The Orange County Register has a similar report. The Chargers have a roster full of talent, and Justin Herbert in place as the franchise quarterback. Herbert started 15 games as a rookie this season, setting a rookie record with 31 touchdown passes and falling just 38 yards short of the rookie record for passing yards. Daboll is near the end of his third season as Bills’ offensive coordinator. He has been easy to tie to the Chargers’ job, as he and general manager Tom Telesco went to high school together in New York. But Daboll is a fantastic fit beyond that.Brian Daboll can take Justin Herbert to another levelIn parallel with Daboll’s tenure as offensive coordinator,...
    New York Yankees: Did Brian Cashman land another gem in speedy outfielder? By: Alexander Wilson January 7, 2021 ShareTweetFlipRedditThe New York Yankees might not be making any big splash moves, but you never know when general manager Brian Cashman is going to land another secret gem that over performs in pinstripes. If you recall, both Luke Voit and Gio Urshela were Cashman finds that ended up being significant pieces to the puzzle. Since Voit was acquired from the St. Louis Cardinals, he has cemented the first base position and was one of the more consistent factors in 2020. Over 56 games, he launched 22 homers (league-high) and 52 RBIs, earning a career-low 23.1% strikeout rate and a fantastic .277 average. He is one of Cashman’s golden eggs, and without him, the Yankees would have a significant problem at first base after the Greg Bird debacle. Then you look over to Urshela, who replaced Miguel Andujar on the hot corner after he tore his labrum in 2019. Ever since the former Toronto...
    The Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator will have a chance to become a head coach. How does that effect Josh Allen?  Every coach’s dream is to eventually be called the head one. To do so, one must build up the resume by working as a coordinator. Similarly, Dorsey has been just as essential in the past two years with Allen’s progression. In fact, one could argue if not for the 39-year-old’s presence, Allen would still have struggled with his turnovers. MVP Cam Newton: 4473 total yards, 45 TD, 10 INT MVP Lamar Jackson: 4333 total yards, 43 TD, 6 INT MVP Josh Allen : 4977 total yards, 46 TD, 10 INT #BillsMafia — Chris Alaimo (@ChrisAIaimo) January 3, 2021 In his first season with Daboll calling the shots, Allen threw 10 touchdowns and 12 interceptions. The following two seasons combined? A 57:19 touchdown-to-interception ratio. McDermott and Beane might be the smartest coach-GM combo in the NFL. With Daboll likely leaving, they likely planned for Dorsey to be the next offensive coordinator in waiting. And with a similar concept as the...
    Getty Zack Moss tries to break a tackle against the Los Angeles Chargers. In 2020, you never know what Buffalo Bills offense you’re going to get. You could get the Bills team that comes out and attempts to throw the ball 50 times or you could get the Bills that are going to eat up the clock and try to run the football down your throat. So far through the 2020 season, when one isn’t working the other one normally is and Sunday’s 27-17 win over the Los Angeles Chargers was another example of that. Chargers vs. Bills Week 12 Highlights | NFL 2020The Los Angeles Chargers take on the Buffalo Bills during Week 12 of the 2020 NFL season. Subscribe to NFL: http://j.mp/1L0bVBu Check out our other channels: Para más contenido de la NFL en Español, suscríbete a https://www.youtube.com/nflenespanol NFL Fantasy Football https://www.youtube.com/nflfantasyfootball NFL Vault http://www.youtube.com/nflvault NFL Network http://www.youtube.com/nflnetwork NFL Films http://www.youtube.com/nflfilms NFL Rush http://www.youtube.com/nflrush NFL Play…2020-11-29T21:28:47Z Between Josh Allen, Devin Singletary, Zack Moss, and Isaiah McKenzie the Bills ran the football 30 times for 172 yards...
    In California: State sees jump in COVID cases and election parties arent helping The best cheap pasta joints in America If Nets re-sign Joe Harris, what does that mean for Spencer Dinwiddie? Jarrett Allen? Brooklyn GM Sean Marks has said re-signing Joe Harris is the team’s No. 1 offseason priority. It’s going to cost more than $12 million a season to keep one of the game’s best sharpshooters, but it’s worth it to have him next to Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. © AP Photo/Michael Perez If the Nets bring Harris back, what will that mean for the next guys they want to retain, Spencer Dinwiddie and Jarrett Allen? Both have locked-in contracts for next season, but will be up for paydays the season after that. Dinwiddie — who is owed $11.5 million next season and has a player option for $12.3 million in the 2021-22 season — likely would be part of a trade package as Brooklyn hunts a third star, he’s a solid starting point guard or potential Sixth man of the Year off the bench. Multiple...
    Ryan Fitzpatrick is toasting the 49ers defense Sunday afternoon at Levi’s Stadium. Well, to be more specific, the Dolphins quarterback is toasting 49ers cornerback Brian Allen, who was promoted from San Francisco’s practice squad for Sunday’s game. Allen, a 26-year-old defensive back out of Utah, hadn’t played in an NFL game since 2018 until Sunday. Fitzpatrick targeted him over and over against the Dolphins’ tall receivers. Of Fitzpatrick’s first 168 passing yards in the game, 124 came against Allen, including long passes to DeVante Parker and Preston Williams. The end of the Dolphins’ third touchdown drive was the final straw for the 49ers’ coaching staff before pulling Allen out of the game. After Allen allowed a 19-yard completion to Williams earlier in the drive, Fitzpatrick floated a deep ball down the right sideline to Williams with Allen in coverage. Allen never looked back and was called for pass interference after crashing into Williams. Then, he allowed an easy 22-yard touchdown pass on a simple fade route down the left side. "Hey kids, check...
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