Buffalo Bills Should Have Looked at Danny Brannagan

March 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Last week, the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL signed the most outstanding quarterback of the CIS for the last two years, Queen's University quarterback, Danny Brannagan, who led his team to a Vanier Cup triumph last year.
The Argonauts offered Brannagan a nothing-to-lose minimum contract to see if he can save their floundering quarterback situation.
Toronto, by the way, had also signed Buffalo third stringer, Gibran Hamdan to try and become the No. 1.
Before Buffalo fans start laughing their heads off, they had better remember the sobering reality of their own team's talent level.
Buffalo is scheduled to be the team their division rivals will beat up every time next year.
It's unlikely this year's draft choices will lift them above that status.
Though the CIS has stocked the CFL with some outstanding players, graduating quarterbacks get no respect.
Since the legendary Russ Jackson's playing days back in the 1960s, you can count the number of starting Ca...

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