Hardy will never pan out

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The Buffalo Bills parted ways with dissapointing 2008 National Football League second round pick wide receiver James Hardy.

With his comment after the Bills game against the Detroit Lions this past Thursday it will never pan out with Hardy.

Hardy stated that even if the Bills cut him he will still be on another team’s roster for 2010.

Really?

That is probably one of the dumbest things I have ever heard, because your not guaranteed anything in the NFL.

You have to look no further than former Bills quarterback JP Losman as he has just bounced around the league after being cut by the Bils.

In the end, Hardy will be lucky to even be on a roster in 2010.

Williams pick looms large still

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It has been many years since the Buffalo Bills cut their 2002 National Football League first round pick offensive tackle Mike Williams.

However, his turning out to be a bust still looms large over the Bills.

The other player the Bills were debating about at that point in time was offensive tackle Bryant McKinney who was more of a raw talent, but had tremendous upside.

Since then the Bills have spent a lot of picks on raw talent trying to mold them into stars.

The only one that has panned out so far has been offensive tackle Jason Peters who they traded to the Philadelphia Eagles in 2009.

That line of thinking has already cost them dearly as in the 2009 NFL Draft the Bills took outside linebacker Aaron Maybin instead of outside linebacker Brian Orakpo who is already a star.

Where the Bills have gone wrong with a players mentality as the laid back ones don’t pan out.

In the end. If Maybin doesn’t pan out then it will be time for a house cleaning of the scouts.