How much should Dak get paid now?

Discussion in 'Overtime Zone' started by Willfreedom909, Jan 8, 2019.

  1. Sevenup3000

    Sevenup3000 Well-Known Member

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    Yep, that is why all the QBs that played in 2015 was soo successful...because the 2015 passing attack confirms that Dallas had a plug and play QB offense...especially in the passing game...
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  2. GimmeTheBall!

    GimmeTheBall! Junior College Transfer

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    Because ... Dak could put lots of cap? Lots. What is he worth?
    On the aggregate, as to today? If he wins? If he loses.
    Wait for his worth after the Super Bowl. And dont overpay.
  3. CowboyStar88

    CowboyStar88 Well-Known Member

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    The 909 is known for its meth use... Just take that in for a moment. :cool:
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  4. Mr_437

    Mr_437 Well-Known Member

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    4 boxes of chunky soup
    3 Steaks from Albertsons
    2 Ham sandwiches from 7-11
    1 Dannon yougurt
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  5. blumayne38

    blumayne38 Well-Known Member

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  6. punchnjudy

    punchnjudy Well-Known Member

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    Would Jerry's boat count against the salary cap?
  7. DStar22

    DStar22 Active Member

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    if he wins another game we'll talk about paying him, but until they win a superbowl everyone that is inconsistent with their play or coaching is still on notice for being replaced imho.

    i'd give him a mid range qb salary, with heavy incentives, reasoning being to keep the rest of the talent together and poising to win superbowls.
  8. Mobinvans

    Mobinvans Well-Known Member

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    Foles won the Superbowl in a shootout with Tom Brady...he got $20 million one yr contract

    Jerry will probably give Dak $45 million yr 7 yrs
  9. fairviewfarmer

    fairviewfarmer Well-Known Member

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    Business is business. I thought Dak has another year left on his contract?
  10. eastsideboy

    eastsideboy Well-Known Member

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    Whatever's left after we pay b jones a cooper and tank.
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  11. Trendnet

    Trendnet Active Member

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    Excellent, and then Dallas can resign him for the vet minimum after he gets released after 2 seasons, for "salary cap reasons".
  12. DallasEast

    DallasEast Cowboys 24/7/365 Staff Member

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    This is notably contradictory from an economics standpoint. "NFL salaries are market-driven" is true. However, what Prescott may or may not do is not necessarily dependent on how and why his contract will be constructed.

    In this instance, ''Market-driven' entails individual customer needs (e.g. franchises) and the league's overall understanding of Prescott's skills and proficieny as quarterback. If

    • Dallas' (e.g. Jerry Jones) need for a 'franchise quarterback' is high and the organization decides Prescott matches that need and it preceives other specific franchises' need at the position creates demand, contract numbers will elevate accordingly.
    • Dallas' need is high and it preceives outside demand as moderate, contract numbers will similarly deflate.
    The key here is how much is Dallas willing to pay Prescott to guarantee his continued services while countering perceived external demand. True, any contract specifics will be negotiated between both parties, Jones and Prescott/agent, but those matters are not 'market-driven' per se.
  13. InTheZone

    InTheZone Well-Known Member

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    Our team now is built to win, don't compare to 2015. Coaching did cost us a few winnable games with the pathetic QBs we had in 2015
  14. Brax

    Brax Well-Known Member

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    $720,000 in 2019 is what he's under contract for and should receive. No reason to pay more whether or not he is the QB of the future. Pay him after next season when you have the full 4 years of evaluation. Only reason to extend him now is if it is a super team friendly contract. He hasn't won anything by himself and needs a strong supporting cast on both sides of the ball, pay the cast first and him last.
  15. Pessimist_cowboy

    Pessimist_cowboy Well-Known Member

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    22 million a year

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