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Josh Allen's breakout season makes the Bills picking up the fifth-year option on his rookie contract in the spring a formality. So might be a new contract.

The real question is, for how much?

The Buffalo brass is expected to approach Allen's representation about a massive contract extension in the spring or summer that could make him one of the highest-paid quarterbacks, if not the highest, in the league, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Saturday. He looked like he belongs in that class in Year 3.

 

https://www.nfl.com/news/bills-expected-to-discuss-massive-extension-with-qb-josh-allen-in-offseason

Edited to reflect the signing

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TakeYouToTasker 2.0

Having a massive portion of our cap tied up in an elite level franchise quarterback will be a nice, new problem to have.

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4 hours ago, TakeYouToTasker 2.0 said:

Having a massive portion of our cap tied up in an elite level franchise quarterback will be a nice, new problem to have.


It is going to be a problem. Hopefully they have no salary cap next year so they can give him massive guaranteed money in a signing bonus. :cheer:

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It's going to be interesting to see what happens. Is Allen a guy who will take as much money as he can get, potentially hamstringing the team - like Brees did to the Saints a few years back, or is he a guy who will take a discount (with a wink and a nod), to benefit the team - like Marsha did so many times with the Cheatriots?

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1 hour ago, Koko said:

It's going to be interesting to see what happens. Is Allen a guy who will take as much money as he can get, potentially hamstringing the team - like Brees did to the Saints a few years back, or is he a guy who will take a discount (with a wink and a nod), to benefit the team - like Marsha did so many times with the Cheatriots?

Maybe the Pegs can set him up in one of their businesses to help him deal with a smaller salary a-la the *Patriots and Marsha. 

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1 minute ago, Nanker said:

If we win the Super Bowl, they have to do whatever they can to sign him to a forever contract. 

if he would take the Mahomes contract..do that today. KC tied to Mahomes for 4 years, Mahomes tied to KC for 10. 

 

Revenues gunna rocket in the next round of media contracts. 

 

 

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If there were wide open receivers all over and he was missing them, then no.  That was not at all the case.

 

WRs weren't winning battles, OLine was losing individual battles at an alarming rate, etc.

 

The drop by Singletary when it was 9-7 was an absolute back breaker.  There were only 2 Chiefs' defenders on that side of the field and one BILLS' blocker.  That play was at a minimum a first down and probably significantly more than that.  KC smelled biood, got a big play on 3rd down, and never looked back.


It's always the little things that kill you in big games.

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46 minutes ago, Alaska Darin said:

If there were wide open receivers all over and he was missing them, then no.  That was not at all the case.

 

WRs weren't winning battles, OLine was losing individual battles at an alarming rate, etc.

 

The drop by Singletary when it was 9-7 was an absolute back breaker.  There were only 2 Chiefs' defenders on that side of the field and one BILLS' blocker.  That play was at a minimum a first down and probably significantly more than that.  KC smelled biood, got a big play on 3rd down, and never looked back.


It's always the little things that kill you in big games.

 

I'd not be upset if they cut Singletary. He had a HORRENDOUS year.

 

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3 hours ago, Joe said:

 

I'd not be upset if they cut Singletary. He had a HORRENDOUS year.

 


I'd be upset if they don't upgrade from Singletary.

 

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3 hours ago, Alaska Darin said:

If there were wide open receivers all over and he was missing them, then no.  That was not at all the case.

 

WRs weren't winning battles, OLine was losing individual battles at an alarming rate, etc.

 

The drop by Singletary when it was 9-7 was an absolute back breaker.  There were only 2 Chiefs' defenders on that side of the field and one BILLS' blocker.  That play was at a minimum a first down and probably significantly more than that.  KC smelled biood, got a big play on 3rd down, and never looked back.


It's always the little things that kill you in big games.

 

There are always a handful of plays that change the game. That was, to me, one of the biggest.

 

He'd still be running if he caught that effin' thing.

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3 minutes ago, IDBillzFan said:

 

There are always a handful of plays that change the game. That was, to me, one of the biggest.

 

He'd still be running if he caught that effin' thing.


I think that Singletary drop was the momentum change the Bills never could change, and the Chiefs fed off. There are always a few tiny plays, that was a major play. 16-7? Things may have been a little different (although I honestly think KC was the better team last night).
 

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