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    T-Jack to compete for Bills' starting QB job

    The Bills never turned to Tarvaris Jackson in 2012, but the quarterback could get his chance to get on the field in 2013.

    That was the message Bills coach Doug Marrone sent in the team’s announcement that they have re-signed Jackson to a one-year contract. Marrone said that Jackson and Ryan Fitzpatrick have both been informed that they’ll be taking part in an open competition for the team’s quarterback job

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    Skol Vikings! Go Cubs!

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    T-Jack to compete for Bills' starting QB job

    He will lose. If he wins, the Bills will lose.

    Persistence and determination alone are omnipotent
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    As a matter of fact, I do know

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    As if Buffalo doesn't have enough problems already LOL

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    T-Jack to compete for Bills' starting QB job

    Hahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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    Glass house my friends. Glass house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tad7 View Post
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    Coaches always say that shit around this time of year. He is absolutely not competing for that job. Fitzpatrick makes too much money ... and whatever young arm they draft will likely end up the No. 2.

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    Man oh man I smell a Superbowl for the Bills in the very near future. TJack will be the comeback player of the year, offensive MVP, and Superbowl MVP. And quite possibly first QB to win back to back to back championships. Trust me it's going to happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoVikesTX View Post
    Man oh man I smell a Superbowl for the Bills in the very near future. TJack will be the comeback player of the year, offensive MVP, and Superbowl MVP. And quite possibly first QB to win back to back to back championships. Trust me it's going to happen.
    Why stop at 3?

    TJ will balance Buffalo's misfortune by winning four straight. And they'll all be agains tthe Vikings...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tad7 View Post
    The Bills never turned to Tarvaris Jackson in 2012, but the quarterback could get his chance to get on the field in 2013.

    That was the message Bills coach Doug Marrone sent in the team’s announcement that they have re-signed Jackson to a one-year contract. Marrone said that Jackson and Ryan Fitzpatrick have both been informed that they’ll be taking part in an open competition for the team’s quarterback job

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    Arrival of Kevin Kolb won’t keep Bills from drafting a quarterback

    Bills officials are worked out USC’s Matt Barkley in Los Angeles today, and the Bills have also worked out Smith, Florida State’s E.J. Manuel, Oklahoma’s Landry Jones and Tennessee’s Tyler Bray. The quarterback whom the Bills know best is Syracuse’s Ryan Nassib, who played for new Bills coach Doug Marrone the last four years.
    There’s a good chance that one of those young quarterbacks will compete with Kolb in training camp for the starting job. And there’s a good chance that even if Kolb wins that competition, he’ll just be a place holder for a rookie who will eventually emerge as the Bills’ franchise quarterback.
    Jackson's future with the Bills is already starting to look shakey and if they use a first round pick for a QB I don't think they keep him on hand to run the scout team for the year again....but then again Kolb isn't exactly an ironman and could be out in the second week.

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