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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Jack Parkman, Feb 3, 2020.
lol sounds like a shit defense.
I’m sure all parties involved are extremely cooperative.
#Miami Dolphins and #Tampa Bay Buccaneers taking over
I've seen that this also applies to front office positions and will probably have more impact there. Generally most coaches did not stand in the way of promotion to coordinator (even though they could). Front office guys were more often held back from promotions.
Florida and Ohio buying all the jerseys.
i am picking hits 60% completion rate for the first time in his career, gets another year of excuses about the offensive supporting cast, passes trubisky in passer rating, statistically outperforms ryan fitzpatrick and doesn’t try to kill his rb when he throws a slip screen
I feel like Seattle has 3-4 RB’s already
I feel like Jay Glazer doesn't get the credit for how much dumb shit he says that he deserves.
The Saints giving Taysom Hill the money they did is one the most baffling things of the off-season.
They should consider him the future QB and clearly they don't since theyve brought in Bridgewater and Winston in the past few years. So why devote that much cap space as a cap strapped team to a gadget guy? There are WRs with more TD passes.
Glazer and Payton use to be pretty close, so if he's saying that I assume he's hearing that from Payton. Not sure I agree with it, but I trust the Saints coaches more than myself... they see him in practice and know how he works in the film room so whatever.
The reason we have a legitimate # 2 even though they like Hill so much is it allows them to use him at TE/slot WR/FB/gunner etc. and not worry about him getting banged up then not having anyone at QB if Brees goes down.
Saints are pumping Hill up and will trade him to a team whose QB tears his acl in August.
Gah. He’s a trick-play quarterback who will go out and make tackles on special teams, that’s why Payton “loves” him.
He’s already 30. Jameis should be the guy.
Jameis is weird. How many QBs that aren't good throw for 5k yards and 30+ TDs? It's basically unheard of. Yet somehow he has enough negative plays to make him pretty much unplayable.
I think the gamble on the upside could work out really well for NO. It's pretty low risk/high reward. I'd say it's much more likely they get Jameis to play more efficiently than getting Hill to function at all as a QB.
God, I hope so.
Wow aim high
I mean, there's a reason Bridgewater played when Brees got hurt. That reason is not because the Saints are just waiting to unleash a bigger, stronger Lamar Jackson.
some coaches just can’t help themselves. See: Chicago TE room
I mean, why?
No way that's accurate.
The total figure may be true but if he turned that down it's because something was structured weird or not much guaranteed money
North of 45,000,000
I mean, it clearly states he wants a $225mm contract vs $175. Structure doesn't close a 50mm gap
Got a feeling that had a lot of years and money that the cowboys could easily get out of.
dak aint worth all that to me
You can say that but him, his agent and everyone else knows it's unreasonable to turn down a well structured deal that makes him the highest paid qb ever.
Jerry getting hustled?
He's still going to be the highest paid QB, just higher than that
I don’t think that is the case. He wants the 5th year to be at 45 million as incentive to agree to the 5th year. So he wants $185 mil total. He’s not asking for 45 per the whole way through.
Ah yes, read that wrong. Read it as final season, not of new deal
If Cowboys were ran by a sane individual, they’d trade him ASAP
They can't. They have a lot of players in their primes and this is supposed to be their window. If you trade Dak you may as well blow the whole thing up.
They'll end up making him the highest paid qb ever but they're not gonna give him significantly more total than that report says they offered. The whole thing is about guaranteed money and how it's set up regarding when they can realistically move on from him. That's what it's always about in the NFL.
When the new TV money kicks in, $35M for Dak probably won't be bad at all.
trading dak doesn’t mean you’re blowing up your whole team. That’s a strong take.. dalton would fill the role just as good if not better..
I guess if you believe Dalton is just as good then you'd be insane to extend Dak. I'm more inclined to believe that Dalton being as good as Dak is a scalding hot take.
i think you saying you’d have to blow the whole thing up is much more of a scolding hot take than me saying dalton could fill the role as good or better than dak..
They may as well. You don't win without a QB in the NFL and Andy Dalton ain't that guy.
To my point about the deal Dak turned down being misrepresented:
Exactly, this is clearly a plant from the Cowboys. Negotiating through the media is billionaire 101. Rooting for Dak to get every penny from Jerry's tight ass
Chris Simms also said Russel Wilson was offered to the Browns. How good are his sources?
XFL doing its thing!!!
Translation: Dak wants everything guaranteed, Cowboys don't
Kinda feels like people need to stop taking Chris Simms at his word
Why would they limit it to 2 per game? Watching Washington give up like 5 consecutive 4th and 15 conversions/75 yard drives to lose a game would be fucking amazing.
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