Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by Denim Chicken, Mar 2, 2021.
so you think Gallimore is a moster in the middle of the DL...awsome
you sure? because you are tuned in with NFL agents and know the market so well!!....Miami's defense ranked 20th last year.....and is he just another name people on this board heard about, like McCoy, Poe, etc.
like I said, good luck with you building a defense and having Dalton lead the offense...
yes, I am....you just made zero sense because you are playing fantasy football. you just said the QB market for below average QBs is around 20M, but you are going to sign dalton to a 3M contract and spend 35M on signing a bunch of 5M players....like I said, you are playing fantasy football. you are welcome to your fantasy football opinion.
Ok it doesn't matter that they overpaid.
But again, that's not really the part that matters. Even if you're right and you get a QB for $5m, your entire premise is wrong.
You did not read correctly. Go back and re-read. As usual, you are confused.
Yeah not really much of a choice there lol.
Hmm franchise QB or starting DT...whatever do I do...
'your entire premise is wrong' says the person who is wrong.
He could be a cheaper Zeke.
Would like to get Brown, and there should be other attractive trade opportunities coming up. However, doesn't the Dak situation need to be resolved first?
If so, Jerry needs to get something done, so the the team can build.
I’d say 4th or 5th
He’s not elite and he’s not as good as Tomlinson
Significantly cheaper than Tomlinson will be though.
This could be a wild FA year
It would be a great year to have a ton of cap space
That is true
But significantly less impactful
At the right price though, in a pick, he may be a good option
Till we get Dak figured out we really can’t go after a expensive FA I don’t think
moving around for an extra 5 million is easy
Free agency is going kind of like how I expected. With the drop in cap this year, *and* poor revenue for owners, teams are squeezing players off their rosters.
Seems like a lot of players are getting moved or "asking" to be let go. The real fun will be free agency. I'm betting that the effective pool of free agent money is *way* down this year, and so contracts for free agents will be way down.
At least until any new tv contracts come in, which probably bumps up the cap this year, or at least allows teams to shift cap hit to future years with less worry.
Big time buyers market this year. Again, at least until new TV contracts. The market could flip on a dime to a sellers market at that point.
Only issue thus far is that there aren't really many buyers lol.
So far its overpaid guys or aged veterans getting cut. Still early though.
Didn't Brees retire?
3 years to late.
bridgewater, a very average QB got 21M, tannehill, slightly above average got 29.5, Foles, a back up got 8M, Fitzpatrick got 5.5, he is on his 7th or is it 8th team...
watson got 40M average, Wilson is about 36M (signed three years ago?), goff, wentz about 33M, two years ago, alex smith 23.5M, grapolo got 27.5 two years ago, tyrod taylor got 11M.
seems that average QB salaries for average QBs is about 20M or more....the upper echelon is 33+, and top 10 this year is in 40s....
Dalton got 3M and that was too much for him.
sounds about where the market is......
If the price is right, sure.