Dunne: The AFC East is 'still New England and everyone else'

Tyler Dunne from Bleacher Report gives his takes on the Buffalo Bills

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July 11, 2018 - 5:58 pm

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NFL writer from Bleacher Report Tyler Dunne joined Mike Schopp and Sal Capaccio on Wednesday afternoon to discuss everything from LeSean McCoy's legal situation to Tyrod Taylor's new home in Cleveland.

Here is some of what he had to say:

 

Dunne on how things can go south very quickly for McCoy:

"If there is a motive there, things could get bad. It looks like [McCoy] wanted her out of that home months ago. She was still there. If he is charged, he could be put on that exempt list and he then cannot practice nor play."

 

On DeMarco Murray becoming an option:

"That is really the only name that pops out on the open market. He had his moments still last year, but the Titans just wanted to move forward with Derrick Henry. It sounds like Murray has just been waiting for a situation like this where he could be the lead guy. There is really not a lot of three-down backs available other than him."

 

On McCoy's status before Tuesday's bombshell:

"Everything I heard, whether it was from McCoy himself or even people around him, was about how he has re-dedicated himself off the field and has put the right people around him. It kind of showed on the field that he was a 28, 29, 30-year-old runningback that was still peaking."

 

On the state of the AFC East:

"There has been so much change, at what point does Josh Allen even see the field? At what point does Sam Darnold see the field? Miami just totally hit the reset button on their locker room. If you keep it in the division, it's still New England and everyone else."

 

On Tyrod Taylor and the Cleveland Browns:

"There is going to come a point where he has to pull the trigger, stand in the pocker while he is taking a hit, and deliver these big plays to all the weapons that Cleveland has. I just do not think he is anything more than an 8-8 or 9-7 fringe starting quarterback."

 

We sit just over two weeks away from Bills training camp, which begins on July 26 at St. John Fisher College. You can listen to Dunne's entire interview below:

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