Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Gryphon, Dec 6, 2012.
If we had a front office I could trust, I wouldn't mind a trade.
All the angst and outrage that we could actually consider this is funny. We have fans that care more about a player then the team. No one player is more important than the franchise.
I've been on board the trade Ware wagon all season. But like others have said if the cap hit is going to be too big.. then hey. I'm no expert on that.
Do what ever is best for the team.
The Eagles had 6 starters out with injury and the evil teddy bear couldn't make a play the whole game other than the first play of the game...nobody fears Ware anymore..
I agree with you. If we get 2 first rounds, this year below 15, I would make this trade. We are in rebuilding mode, lots of help with extra first round picks. When we don't make playoffs this year and next year, lot of fans will come around but it we wouldn't get much value for any of our stars then. Also our Front office is making much better picks in the top 2 rounds recently...
That must be so sad for you, believing that. Good luck with it.
i swear to god we're down to bloggers just trolling for reaction these days. totally different situations and it COULDN'T be done these days.
I'm all for trading Ware this offseason.
Look at what the Texans are doing without Mario Williams, and they didn't even get anything for him.
We can't get ransom b/c of his age, but we can get a pretty penny for him.
I don't think any player on any team is beyond trading. You never know how desperate another team may be to get the guy they want. Teams will mortgage their souls down the road to get to the superbowl quickly. Look at the deals our stupid owner has made. Owners can get fans dreaming and running with blinders on bringing in what the same fans might believe is the savior of the franchise. Lord only knows what Denver would have gave for Payton Manning if it would of come down to it. I love my house, but if some knucklehead came up and offered me a certain ammount for it, I would move tomorrow. Now I don't think that we could get anything crazy for Ware at this point in his career, but would you take 3 darn good offensive lineman in a straight up trade? At this point I would. If Romo could sit in the pocket without having to run around, I would say come on and try to outscore us if you can. Just sayin.
First of all, even HOF LBs like Ware do not bring in first round draft picks at his age and recent issues with neck/back.
If we could expedite it by trading Ware, imagine what would happen if we traded Romo,Murray,Witten,Smith,Lee,Carter and dez.
We'd be SB champs every year!
I'm sure none of you were in favor of the hershel walker trade...
Now why would you even say this? It's not factual and it's provocative. Do you really believe this? Did he put pressure on the QB? Did he make any plays in the running game? Did he generally contain the run? Where do you see him failing other than your perception he didn't get enough sacks?
I'd be willing to trade Ware for two first rounders and eat the cap hit for the move.
I think he is about to really decline hard now that he has hit 30. This has been his worst year in the league since his rookie year. In the past he used to get injured during the season but this year it actually started in TC. I wouldn't be surprised if he only plays 2 or 3 more years. Once he loses his explosiveness he will no longer be dominant as he has never been a great technician as a pass rusher and has never been much of a bullrusher.
I'd be fine to keep him since I enjoy having him in the Cowboys uniform but I also know if we keep him now we'll end up with just a good player the next couple of years and not a dominant one. At the end of that stretch we'd be left with nothing except some dead cap space.
Letting Seymour go has helped the Patriot try to rebuild their defense and I think we might be able to do the same with Ware. It was even worse for the Patriots since they were SB contenders and Seymour didn't have quite the same chronic health issue that Ware has had since the 2009 season.
For the right price everyone should be on the table including Ware
One major problem with Dallas trading Ware is the only GM that would over pay for him is unfortunately Jerry Jones. Jerry was smart enough to trade 2 first rounders for Galloway and Williams. The problem Dallas faces is there are no other GMs in the league as smart as Jerry. This reminds me of the 49ers trading Charles Haley. They got a 2nd rounder from us. I bet in this day and age of no trading nfl the most we would get is a 2nd or 3rd, unless of coarse your trading partner is Jerry jones.
Would you resign Spencer, then, if you moved Ware for two 1s?
Couldn't be dumberer than this. :laugh1: