YikesVikes wrote: ↑
Sat Mar 21, 2020 7:25 pm
Pondering Her Percy wrote: ↑
Sat Mar 21, 2020 6:42 pm
Nope pretty sure that’s not the case. And I thought weatherly played okay
in 2018 but we also didn’t have odenigbo at the time. Anyone with a brain picks odenigbo over weatherly right now. No less weatherly got $12 mil+. Odenigbo cost under $1 million. But I guess I’m not allowed to say that letting weatherly walk was a smart decision and I don’t get why people are upset. Just staying in line with what the team does
Again, Im not upset about losing Weatherly. I am pointing out that no matter what the FO does, to you it is the right move. When the FO gives me good moves, I state that I think it was a good move. When they do not, I point out that it is a bad move. Our FO has made several egregiously bad moves for the last couple of years.
1. Waiting to reconstruct Hunter's deal means they were either unprepared or stupid.
2. Cutting Kline has left everyone baffled as to the end game.
3. Having Mac walk for 4 million is borderline negligence
4. Not having a trade worked out for Harris after knowing there were going to tag him.
Again, you need to read my posts a little closer. Go look at what I said regarding Kline when he was cut and go look at what I said regarding Alexander when he took that deal. I didn’t like either move. So again, don’t try to call me out or insult me when clearly you haven’t read enough of what I’ve posted. What I was saying in my original post was that Kline HIMSELF refused a pay cut and was released and was going off of what kapp said regarding Alexander. When both moves were initially made I was as baffled as anyone and was a fan of neither. I still don’t think I am.
But this is where I am telling you that not knowing all the info and thinking we know the reasoning behind this stuff is just a guessing game.
I still think someone hasn’t gotten out about Alexander because the deal makes zero sense.
And it was just corrected today that Kline ended up saving us more money than we initially thought and it was less of a dead money hit than we initially thought. Perfect example of waiting until you know the info before calling the GM a window licker.
As Hunter decision, hunters restructure is fresh today. Not sure why they chose to do that either but again, I’m guessing they have some sort of plan. Or maybe that was a last resort type move to clear cap. You don’t wanna kick everyone’s can down the road
As for Harris, I have no idea what you’re talking about. Very rarely does a team have a “plan in place” to franchise tag and trade a guy right off the bat. Most teams negotiate until the final hours, will lose out and be forced to either let walk or tag him. And do you understand how the tag works? He’s getting paid $11 mil under the tag. His annual worth is probably $14 million or more. Which means we’re currently getting him at a bargain. I’m glad they stuck to their guns and wanted a 2nd-3rd for him. He was arguably a top 3 safety in the nfl last year. They could’ve just let him go for peanuts but then you create a big hole. Where as tagging him, you fill the hole and fill it at an elite level.
Like you act like these guys just show up at work without a plan in place. I can bet you that’s not the case and doing what they did with Harris is a good thing as of right now, not bad. We’re keeping him at a bargain price or getting high picks for him. It’s a win-win
But when it’s all said and done, if you’re going to try and insult me, at least know what the heck I posted. Because you couldn’t have been more wrong and jumped to conclusion.