Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Reality, May 29, 2020.
Give Dak a juice bar at the stadium as an incentive. Money talks, govnor. Right you are.
Yes, mate. Dak isn't Mahomes.
I think they should offer Dak another forum to contain all the Dak contract threads.
Good answer, if your info is correct.
if true it means neither side wants to give in on the years.
however like I said if jones said ok 4 years !!!!! dak still might decline if he want to play on tag and then negotiate next off season and get more if he does good
I agree, and I had not thought about wasting daltons 1 year cheap deal. Smart thing is to do as you say, so that means
jones boys will do the opposite!!!!!!!!.
Let Dak play on Franchise Tag offer; start Dalton if he holds out .... is the clear winner!
too bad the jones boys will probably fall in with #1 !!
Offer Dak $35+ million per year contract
Give him what the market bears.
30-34 sounds about right to me but he may get more and if so, more power to him.
Dak should've been given a take it or leave it ultimatum before the draft so Cowboys could address it by drafting Jordan Love.
I had to decide between the 25mil/year option and the Tag.
In the end i am against giving Prescott a longterm contract regarless of the money (unless its backup money in the range of 3-4 mil/year).
1. I dont think we are able to win a SB with Dak.
2. I dont like his character anymore.
"What do you think the Cowboys should offer Dak?"
He turned that down.
It might do it.
I'm guessing he wants 4 yr 144-148 range, but maybe pumping up the guaranteed to 115 could get it done.
Option 2 and Option 4. I believe the offer is already 34/35 (not exactly sure) but on a 5 year deal. If he doesn't accept, then play him on the tag and eventually work out a deal or a trade and move on. I'm not in favor of paying him a harmful percentage of cap. I've seen that movie and I never really liked it.
I been saying for awhile to let him play on the tag. It is a win win in a way. He proves himself worth a larger contract or he doesn't.
However, if he signs a deal for the $30 to $34 million range, I will have no issue with that either.
I was thinking of voting for that $30 to $34 million range, only because it gets the QB saga out of the way. So we don't have to go through this again next year if he plays well. Or we have to go through the process of finding another QB if he doesn't. Dalton would be a FA, so would he want more $$$ knowing he would sign again and be the starter, until a rookie is ready.
I think they need to offer him cab money for a trip to the airport.
You need to add one more option..
"Let other teams make Dak an offer and stop bidding against ourselves".
three year contract with a four year option
1- 30 k
2- 35 k
3- 40 k
both side take a risk
I put franchise but if I did have to give him contract.
$30 m per $100 m guaranteed
and thats only because “it’s the way of things”
The problem here is that your second and third options (offer Dak something he'll never accept) are the same as your fourth and fifth options. If they plan to lowball him, they either intend to have him play on the tag or exit as a free agent.
An offer of 35 AAV with 110 guaranteed is not a low ball offer. In fact, it's more then he's worth IMO but never the less, it is the offer on the table. That's a great offer for any player. It amazes me that an offer like that is viewed as "Low Ball". It's amazing to me.
Hmm. I'm the only one here who used the word lowball, and I was specifically NOT referring to the first item in the poll ($35M AAV). Who thinks $35M AAV is a lowball?