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Re: NFL 2020 Season
« Reply #570 on: January 31, 2021, 11:14:23 AM »

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WOW.

Stafford traded to the Rams for a HAUL including Goff + 2 future 1sts (and some more)  :o
Crazy overpay. Stafford is good, be he isn't worth selling your future for. Plus I think this trade significantly hurts any Watson trades. If Stafford goes for this, what does Watson get? Something unprecedented.
wonder if there was a bidding war for stafford. I could see belichick having interest

Apparently seven or eight teams were offering at minimum a first rounder.

I wonder what it'll now cost to get someone like Jimmy G. Teams are beginning to offer their souls for competent QBs it seems LOL
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Re: NFL 2020 Season
« Reply #571 on: January 31, 2021, 11:15:46 AM »

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WOW.

Stafford traded to the Rams for a HAUL including Goff + 2 future 1sts (and some more)  :o
Crazy overpay. Stafford is good, be he isn't worth selling your future for. Plus I think this trade significantly hurts any Watson trades. If Stafford goes for this, what does Watson get? Something unprecedented.
wonder if there was a bidding war for stafford. I could see belichick having interest

Apparently seven or eight teams were offering at minimum a first rounder.

I wonder what it'll now cost to get someone like Jimmy G. Teams are beginning to offer their souls for competent QBs it seems LOL

His injury history will diminish his trade value, no?

Re: NFL 2020 Season
« Reply #572 on: January 31, 2021, 11:17:44 AM »

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WOW.

Stafford traded to the Rams for a HAUL including Goff + 2 future 1sts (and some more)  :o
Crazy overpay. Stafford is good, be he isn't worth selling your future for. Plus I think this trade significantly hurts any Watson trades. If Stafford goes for this, what does Watson get? Something unprecedented.

I actually think it makes some sense for the Rams. They are desperate, that's true. But for good reason. They've got McVay in place, and by all accounts have a lot of talent on both sides of the ball. But Goff has kind of been holding them back and especially since reaching the SB in 2019 (which they shouldn't have anyways as the Saints were robbed by the refs), Goff has looked mediocre. Belichick exposed him in the SB too.

Also, Goff has the highest cap hit in the NFL I believe which is absurd. In a way, this trade might not even be entirely about Stafford, but the Rams forking over 2 future 1st rounders to dump Goff.

Meanwhile, the Rams get an upgrade at QB at a reasonable contract especially in today's NFL, and they've opened themselves a nice little 3-4 year window here. I mean, their first round picks were probably going to be in the mid-20s or early 30s anyways in all likelihood.
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Re: NFL 2020 Season
« Reply #573 on: February 06, 2021, 11:21:03 PM »

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Aaron Rodgers wins NFL MVP for having a monster season

Re: NFL 2020 Season
« Reply #574 on: February 09, 2021, 12:38:48 PM »

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This is interesting. Russell Wilson reportedly is "frustrated" with the Seahawks, particularly with how they haven't been able to build a formidable O-Line for him for a handful of years (which is true). He wants to be "more active in the roster building process" according to a report.

Not saying he's definitely available in a trade, but it's something to potentially monitor.

I think in general, this will be a pretty wild offseason. There'll be a ton of QB movement I imagine.
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Re: NFL 2020 Season
« Reply #575 on: March 09, 2021, 01:59:12 AM »

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Re: NFL 2020 Season
« Reply #576 on: March 09, 2021, 07:56:32 AM »

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Dak waaaaay overpaid
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Re: NFL 2020 Season
« Reply #577 on: March 09, 2021, 08:05:13 AM »

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QB salaries are crazy.

Re: NFL 2020 Season
« Reply #578 on: March 09, 2021, 08:18:21 AM »

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Should be a lesson to all teams, do not Franchise QBs.   That huge contract saved them something like 15 million on this years cap vs. Franchise tagging him for the 2nd season.   

Re: NFL 2020 Season
« Reply #579 on: March 09, 2021, 08:24:40 AM »

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Dak waaaaay overpaid

When you consider last season, though, he was the difference between a watchable product and absolute garbage. He might not win you were a title, but he will get your franchise on SportsCenter and will make people tune in to the games.

Haha, SportsCenter. Where did that reference come from? 1995?
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Re: NFL 2020 Season
« Reply #580 on: March 09, 2021, 08:53:08 AM »

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The way QB contracts are going, we might see Josh Allen and Lamar Jackson soon be #2 and #3 in some order in terms of $$$ on their contracts. Which is ridiculous. I know Lamar was MVP in 2019 and Allen had a great 2020, but really? I do think Mahomes will stay #1 for a while though.
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Re: NFL 2020 Season
« Reply #581 on: March 09, 2021, 09:19:56 AM »

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Dak waaaaay overpaid

When you consider last season, though, he was the difference between a watchable product and absolute garbage. He might not win you were a title, but he will get your franchise on SportsCenter and will make people tune in to the games.

Haha, SportsCenter. Where did that reference come from? 1995?
Dak was 1-3 in games he started and finished last year (they were up 1 in the game he got injured in, and they did win so maybe you say 2-3).  Dalton was 4-5 in the games he started last year.  They were a different team with Dalton without question as Dak was throwing it all over the field, but it didn't actually make them a better team in the only place that matters. 
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Re: NFL 2020 Season
« Reply #582 on: March 09, 2021, 09:28:02 AM »

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Dak waaaaay overpaid

When you consider last season, though, he was the difference between a watchable product and absolute garbage. He might not win you were a title, but he will get your franchise on SportsCenter and will make people tune in to the games.

Haha, SportsCenter. Where did that reference come from? 1995?
Dak was 1-3 in games he started and finished last year (they were up 1 in the game he got injured in, and they did win so maybe you say 2-3).  Dalton was 4-5 in the games he started last year.  They were a different team with Dalton without question as Dak was throwing it all over the field, but it didn't actually make them a better team in the only place that matters.

I disagree.  Entertainment value is a big factor.  Dak has swagger, leadership, stats and watchability.  He’s also never had a losing record in a full season.
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