Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by AKATheRake, Aug 10, 2020.
You've convinced yourself of something really strange, dude!!!!
He want big contract.
Dallas dont give big contract except to own.
Dallas offered big contract. He turn down. Nothing settled.
Not big enough contract.
No have corner. Or safety. Whatever he is.
Me like pass rusher better anyway.
Restructures are never begged for homie. As a matter of fact, it's a benefit to the player, if they want more money up front.
I'm not even sure that if a team wants to restructure that a player can stop it as it's a general benefit to the player.
Oh crapp, I thought we were talking about Dak again!!!! Me bad!!!!
It was in this case, homie. Learn your history, homie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Lol. What case?
I mean George Iloka I'd consider that type of signing though I know he was a tad bit cheaper.
Okay, let's just ask for a link alluding to this begging.
I have a feeling there was no begging.
You bad person.
Me and you fight please.
Hulk talk is pleasing. I might watch a show with ol' Bill Bixby tonight.
Oh, and I'm still waiting on that guy to show me where the team begged Romo for a restructure.
I couldn't find anything!
I just really want to fight and argue when we all want the same damn thing.
We need real football so badly I dont know what else to say.
Edit....we dont necessarily need this DB at what he deems himself worth.
You are leather and real and sweat and frothing at the mouth.
I'd buy you a beer, for sure. I'd buy you several. We'd wreck a bar with our "fun".
You're right on all regards.
Your point is more than valid brother and if that would be the case, I would go get the loan to pay those 2 salaries myself.
No I haven’t because it’s an actual fact. I’m not talking opinion here. And you can’t come up with anything to refute it.
It’s a conspiracy that the Has destroyed this team under the Romo era. Again give me one players name we didn’t sign that we wanted because of money
Salary cap hell has never been about not being able to afford a top free agent or multiple top tier players. Yes, the franchise can afford any top tier player they want. In the past, that meant going cheap in other areas in order to make that happen. That impacts quality depth. That is a salary cap issue. In recent years it seems Dallas has been better able to balance those issues, but it certainly has plagued them in the not so distant past.