Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by broadwayjoe, Feb 16, 2006.
I am reading this AM where he has been released and has been in contact with Miami. Ty will play this out well and in the end will wind up with a nice contract somewhere, personally would love to see him on our team next year.
id love to get Ty Law back
In this morning's Herald, he says he considers Miami a qb (Steve McNair) away from being a championship team. He goes on to say that is what is most important to him, winning another title. Typical Ty Law, whom I'd love to have back in our secondary. But Ty, if winning a championship is the most important thing above all else (money), and if you were looking for a team which is a player away from the title, isn't it logical that another team with an ace qb and in need of secondary help be more likely to win a title if you joined them?
Ty isn't noted for his staggering brain power
would it be fair to say were a player away form another championship that player being Ty Law?
As I recall we won a championship without him.
We won't give him the $ that he wants, so I'd love to see him go to an NFC team.
how about the Giants
i could see him going to the 49ers maybe if they give him the $$$
Law seems to be saying the Miami is a QB away from competing for the championship. He hopes that they can come up the money need to meet his financial requirements. I don't see anything unreasonable in each statement.
wilbon on PTI predicted law's going to the pats
id take him for a decent amount id like to let Ellis Hobbs sit and learn for a year or two.
Did he predict how much we were going to sign him for? He wants
$10 mil bonus.
now way thats to much even for Ty Law id go with a young guy maybe W.Allen from the Giants and then let him and E.Hobbs battle it out for the right to play beside A.Samuel
If Law gets Miami to front the money for him that he thinks he deserves;............
there wont be enough left in the bank for them to get that one QB they are away from the SB.
i go with a QB instead of Law
You think that Samuel gets the start over Hobbs? No chance.
Agreed. I wish he could have stayed, but he wasn't worth his price to NE anymore and he hasn't got any younger in the last year. I will always appreciate his great work here in NE, but good luck to him in his endeavors. I just wish he'd move out of the AFCE at least.
In a completely decimated secondary last year. Samuel was the guy that Offensive coordinators picked on the most. I think Hobbs really came on last year and showed potential to be a number 1 CB. Samuel looked lost out there last year
oh right but i think if we get Rodney back Hobbs and Samuel would be a very good CB tandem!
I also think we could have won the championship this year with the players we had. With that addition of Law in the secondary we would have been that much better, even with Law not playing up to 100%.
the Turnovers in the Broncos game killed us!
You think that Miami is such bad cap trouble that they can't afford for say $3.5M a year of cap money for Law and still afford a QB?
Maybe you agree with the posters last year who said that Indy couldn't keep Manning, Harrison and Edge?
No; I just think Law thinks he deserves way more than $3.5M.
And that from a guy who would love to have him back on the Pats anytime.
it hink they could do it but they won't have much space after they signed them
OK, time for the crystal ball. IMHO, Ty Law will cost $3.6M of cap or less for 2006.
I don't know why you don't think he's accepting a 4-year deal with a $10M bonus and a 2006 salary of $1.0M. But we'll see.
I agree with that if he does not come back to the Pats and retire at least move out of the AFC East and besides I would figure he has had enough of
the Florida police department.
LOL that way you won't get burned by Branch and Givens twice a year for 60 mins :rocker:
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