Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by long distance, Apr 30, 2019.
Would Brady follow Brady if he weren't married to Gisele?
Good move by the Bills. If there is anything the management should do there is to build stability. They veer from pillar to post and the players, who have been very good through the years, look to get out. I have tremendous admiration for Bills fans who still pack the stadium despite years of missing the playoffs. Let us never forget the lean years of the Patriots.
Dolts, Hou, Sea and Tits are teams with a lot of cap room and playoff contenders.
He was the highest paid in 2010, when he was married to Gisele. On the other hand, he wasn’t the highest paid QB before he was married to her. So yes, I don’t think his marriage has anything to do with it.
It started it 2013. It wasn't about marriage, it was about not winning a SB in almost 10 years.
Who cares what Mike Bennett thinks, about anything?
Roughly the same amount that care what you or I think, I reckon.
It’s been a long time since he saw any meaningful reps, but it would be fun to try and steal another OT from the 49ers.
I have no idea what his market will be, but the cupboard is pretty bare.
Kinda seems like a no brainer to at least work him out.
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I wouldn’t expect his market to be too hot. Actually, I’ll be a bit surprised if more than one team even shows any interest.
Our team has gone to the SB 4x since the end of the 2014 season, where he’s played in exactly ONE game during that timeframe.
And those OTs who were in the building since 2014...are All gone except for the perpetually-iffy Cannon. Bill should be leaving No Stone Unturned trying to more talent, especially while a never-will-be such as Ced Lang is still drawing a check here.
so much for Mccoy wanting to play for a contender...
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I have no problem with him chasing down every single dollar.
These teams are contenders. They aren't the most favorite of contenders but I think they qualify for the term.
Browns obviously have high bust potential because they are the Browns but with a good young QB who could be getting better and the talent they bought they are a contender.
Ravens are a more stable franchise but up until last season were on a bit of a decline. The QB is a bigger question mark but they were in the playoffs last year. If Jackson can improve his passing they could be tough.
they could make the playoffs so still semi competent teams most likely.
Besides that, money is always the #1 factor for every player. If this allows McCoy to set up his family for generations with enough cash, good for him.
Agree. CLE and BAL are contenders for the playoffs.
CLE needs defense, defense, defense.
Contenders for the playoffs, sure. Contenders for the super bowl, definitely not. Cleveland is a team that down the road can win the AFC crown. Baltimore, lol.
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