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Irony is a thing of intrigue.

Well, well, well. We all know about the general principle: the closest way to figuring out your opponent's playbook (within the rules of the NFL, of course) is to sign a player from the team who knows them.

Does nobody else think of it as odd that Buffalo is the team to have signed David Martin, the recently cut Miami tight end, shortly after being cut? Of course, the Bills need tight end help, and Martin is a strong veteran presence at the position. Does he still have it? Perhaps. Miami could have been working through loopholes in cutting him before yesterday's deadline. More importantly, I think Chan Gailey is using our "trash" against us; another man's "treasure" indeed.

I guess the question here is, Is Martin being cut going to hurt us in a week? Will Buffalo be better prepared to take our offense on? Will we regret taking the risk, or was Martin truly washed up? Well, that's multiple questions, but I digress. More importantly, will this threaten our chances at winning the first game of the season for the first time under this regime's reign?

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of The Phinsider's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of The Phinsider writers or editors.

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