Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by Pessimistic Pete, Jan 23, 2013.
Jets owner Woody Johnson to explore trading Darrelle Revis - CBSSports.com
As I said in the other thread... Hernandez for Revis.
(Gronk is off-limits! )
As Pats fans, I think that's the worst possible thing to hear. If the Jets tank in 2013 to clear out salary and get a good pick, then they could actually be good in 2014. I'd much prefer the Tannenbaum strategy of bandaiding the salary cap every year.
He's no Talib..
Yes. Revis is far better.
28yrs old in 2013 season. If Jets trade him, they want a #1 round draft pick.
I would not mind giving up our #1.
But, Revis will probably want a 4+ year contract for at least 10m/yr.
I'd do a 4yr contract, but for 8-9m/yr. But that's me.
Talib is 27yrs old in 2013 season. He probably wants at least 7m/yr.
I don't see them trading him within the division.
They'll have the worst roster at that point and a bottom 5 owner
I'm not going to read the article, but I will assume it comes down to money. Which might have not been as large a problem if Rexy wasn't shooting his mouth off right when Revis' contract was up.
We should offer something. I don't know what his contract is like besides being a lot of money, but man...just imagine. I highly doubt the Jets would deal with us just on principle, but still might as well take a shot.
Give them Mayo too.
That was sarcasm my dude..
Right, but they'd be candidates for the first overall pick plus whatever they get for trading Revis, and they'd have a ton of cap room if they truly do use this year to dump some bad contracts. They'd be able to find enough talent to be mildly annoying.
The Jets would never trade Revis to the Patriots. Come back off of fantasy island.
this is discussion board bingo. Dont take it too seriously.
I always trust in Woody Johnson making the wrong move.
Oddly enough, even without Revis, the Jets still had the #2 ranked pass defense in the NFL last season.
bye bye revis..and he's not being traded within the division..that would just be stupid...maybe denver after the champ bailey debacle
this is the most logical thing to do for the jets .Get some picks and rebuild cheap and save some cap space.I hope they dont do it.
What you are saying is if a team gave up all their players and stunk, they might get good later. That scares you?
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Ok dude, I really didn't take it seriously that the Jets would ever trade Revis to the Patriots. Just bringing a little reality into the "discussion".
Really? People actually believe in their minds that the Jets are going to trade Revis to us? The only way that would happen is if we gave them Brady and BB in return..
Literally you have better chance of having a threesome with Gisele an WW wife..
They'll try to package Sanchez with Revis
Hey, you never know! Maybe the new GM wants to offer an olive branch in the Border War. Send over Revis for a 3rd, I'd accept it.
okay, give them Ryan Mallett too.... but that's it!
If this is true, the Jets are preparing themselves for Suck for Manziel.
The last few years, the Jets have been in a never-ending cycle of getting into cap hell, finding a short-term solution to cap hell, and then having that short-term solution just create the same problem a year later. I'd love for nothing more than that to keep going, but it seems as though the Jets are going to take this year to bite the bullet with the expectation that it will end this cycle of cap hell.
Now they definitely still need to hit on their picks and free agents and all that, but this at least gives them a chance to be competitive in the future, where they were headed nowhere fast if they attempted to be competitive this year.
I have a chance at this. Oh boy!!!
I wonder if the Colts or Bengals would be interested given their cap space? The Bengals D would be ridiculous with him at corner.
Hell, I'd even hope the Browns had a crack at him. Revis + Haden would be a nice pairing.
The Revis of 2013 might be a shell of his former self because of his blown knee. In fact, he might never recover fully. Cornerback is probably the worst position for coming back from that injury.
How about the Seahawks? Plenty of cap room, send Browner and their 1st, have Sherman and Revis....
There's still the PSL issue with "Fat Cat Woody" placing so much emphasis on year to year PSL/ticket sales. A year or two of suck sure would make things interesting in Jetslandia.
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