Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Offsides, Feb 10, 2013.
The stats support you.
He's a monster on KRs too which is something this team hasn't had in just about forever.
I'm not positive but I think you have to go back to when Harvin was in grade school in order for Dallas to have accumulated as many KR TDs as he has in the past 4 years.
I'd have to agree.
Mannnn this is a tough one... I like Harvin's versatility though.
look who their respective qbs are, Austin is a decent wr2 but he's nowhere near the talent of Harvin
Are trying to say that Christian Ponder, Joe Webb, Donovan McNabb are no Tony Romo?
Granted he had Favre but that was after Favre's miracle season and the Favre he got was the busted down QB who was just as bad as the guys above.
Why would they take Austin for harvin? Austin contract is awful
Austin will be 29 years old this season and his best production is behind him. Harvin will double or triple Austin's production in the next 6 years.
No it isn't the actual contract paid a large chunk during the uncapped year. Now the fines the nfl gave them would make it not as good but they don't count together.
Austin has non-guaranteed base salaries of:
2013: $6.732 million
2014: $5.5 million
2015: $6.888 million
2016: $11.38 million
If there was a trade, they would re-work the contract contemporaneously.
Doesn't make sense for either side. Harris is a great returner, Austin is a better receiver(and cheaper).
Ouch !!! , that's gonna leave a mark .....
I would take that bet every day if the week.
He hasn't matched his production yet and he has played a full season once.
He also plays with the best running game in the league and a very good tight end.
Like I said, I am in the minority but I will take Austin over harvin.
And just imagine what Austin would do if he didn't have that know nothing spineless twerp calling plays his whole career right? I mean if Garrett has held everyone back imagine how much better Austin would be according to the Internet and fans on the forums.
Good point. Long term this team can't afford anymore big contracts if they hope to keep Lee, Carter, Dez and other young players. They can't even afford it short term unless they rework more contracts and these reworked contracts are doing nothing more than creating a future cap Hell. The money still has to be paid at one point or another.
You would lose money.
In the immortal words of Patrick swayze "opinions vary"
come on Jerrah !!! Give up a 1st, 3rd, 7th, and next year 1st !!! :
Don't even say it. Brings up bad memories. He has done stupid deals for WRs too many times to be kidding about it.
Harvin is definitely not an RKG.
He might as well start looking for property in the Boston area. This is the worst kept obvious trade secret in history.