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Good answer, if your info is correct.2 reports have it around 35m and 110m GTD. Fish reported the offer on the table is 35m and north of 106m GTD. Clarence Hill reported from Dak camp it was north of 34m but not 35m and it matched the 110m GTD Goff got. Both said it was the years. SO that says Dak is fine with it on a 4yr deal, but Cowboys want that on a 5yr deal. So my 115m GTD isnt even necessary.
If the both are right, then the Cowboys should have done gave him the 4yr deal. 35m is market, yes it is market, and the 110 GTD is actually under market. In this years cap, Goffs contract would be 140m(35m) and 115m GTD. On a 5yr deal the GTD would have to be at least ~125m and that is probably a low number and probably closer to 130m GTD. If they want that extra year of player control at a cost efficient price, they are going to have to pay for it.
I agree, and I had not thought about wasting daltons 1 year cheap deal. Smart thing is to do as you say, so that meansI'm trending toward Tag and Trade if they can't get a long term contract they're happy with this year. I think he's aiming at the Kirk Cousins career path.
We get the most value out of signing Dalton to such an under market contract by starting him. Trade Dak.
Trade value for Dak plus 30mil of extra cash could improve the team this year a lot. I'm thinking significantly more than Dak is better than Dalton.
I think they need to offer him cab money for a trip to the airport.
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?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.