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October 13, 2017 - 12:16 pm
Pete Carges @Carges550 Halfway done. Although it seems like just yesterday Stanford was obliterating Rice in Australia on an August Saturday, here we are, officially at the halfway point of the season. Now, don’t worry, we’ve still got a second half chock full of dynamite matches, plus 300 bowl...
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Derek Kramer
@DerekKramerWGR

Some of the top college quarterbacks were off for the week, but the week saw some new names appear on the bottom of the list. I was told of new players to keep an eye on in N.C. State's Ryan Finley and West Virginia's Will Grier, and neither player disappointed. 

Now, we get a full slate, as every quarterback on this list is playing this week. We get to see Jake Browning, Baker Mayfield and Luke Falk (Falk plays FRIDAY) on ESPN, Sam Darnold will be on ABC. 

Pete Carges
@Carges550


It takes a big man to admit when he was wrong, and fortunately for all of my loyal followers that big man is me. There’s no other way to put it, last week was a complete whiff. Hand up, my bad. I’m not a guy that makes excuses but kickers missing 19 and 22-yard field goals is just something you can’t plan for.

Derek Kramer
@DerekKramerWGR

Fans, we may need to talk about the Bills' chances of landing in the top of the draft to grab a new quarterback. However, let's save that for a later day. While the Bills are at 3-1 and the Chiefs are 4-0, it does not mean we are going to stop looking at the college quarterbacks each week. For now, let's enjoy watching more football and continue the search.

Derek Kramer
@DerekKramerWGR

Week 4 of the college football season wasn't really a banner week for several of the draft-eligible quarterbacks. But the season is still young and these quarterbacks will have plenty of chances to bounce back. While the Bills (and Chiefs) keep winning games, that does not mean we ignore the quarterback class, it's still pretty deep. 

Pete Carges
@Carges550

12.5 hours. That's how long I spent on the couch during a sunny, 80-degree Saturday last week, locked in to one of the more exciting days of College Football in a while.

Derek Kramer
@DerekKramerWGR

 

After watching the Bills muster up a pathetic three points in a laughable showing on offense, it seems that the College Quarterback Power Rankings may be more important now than ever. While the signs have pointed to the Bills looking at a quarterback in 2018, if the offense continues like this, it will be simply a guarantee. 

The 2018 quarterback draft class gets a lot of buzz. Provided several junior quarterbacks declare, signal-callers such as Sam Darnold (USC), Josh Rosen (UCLA), Lamar Jackson (Louisville), and Baker Mayfield (Oklahoma) are at the top of NFL fans’ wish lists.

There’s been a lot of talk this week about Marcell Dareus’ limited playing time in the Bills’ 21-12 opening day win over the New York Jets.

Out of 58 total defensive snaps, Dareus played 34 of them, only 59-percent. When asked about those numbers this week on more than one occasion, head coach Sean McDermott has consistently said it’s due to the philosophy of his defense and how they rotate defensive linemen.