Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by Ice_Ice_Brady, Jan 6, 2019.
Give a job to a QB on shaky ground right now, & you also have to answer Colin K. questions.
That's world renowned patron saint of circular and straw man arguments AndyJohnson to you mortal
(I'd still take a piece of that action)
I too believe he will get one.. Look around at QB needy teams and they'll grasp at straws,,, We are spoiled in New England....
The world wants the Ratbirds to know: Good luck wit all dat!
Is he better than Blake Bortles? Matt Moore? Josh Allen? Case Keenum? These are the types of teams who would be more than happy to pay less than 20m for a year of his services.
You really couldn't be more wrong on this.
Flacco is 94-67 as a starter, 8-4 in the playoffs.
...woo, woo, woo..... God bless you please Mr. Joe Flacco, next year turns it's lonely eye from you... Boo, hoo, hoo.
But I am saying Flacco at 18 mill would not be the best option. Not even close.
I think you meant zippin and zappin.
It’s not my anonymity that’s the issue.
As I said you believe what you believe and I believe what I do.
Yea that's not what you said, never used the words best option. In fact, you flat out said no one but me would offer him a contract for $18M. You then went on to state that he could maybe get a contract as a backup for $5M.
Some idiot in a front office will offer him a contract, maybe they would not if they consulted with you first, but it's going to happen. I won't be alone then.
How bout the c-note bet? I'm good for it. Whomever waffles agrees to disappear from patsfan for a year.
At this point no he probably isn’t.
I’m still saying that same thing. “Best option” was responding to the way the poster phrased it.
Not it isn’t. You will be wrong.
I’m not betting with an anonymous person on the internet.
Flacco is not worth close to $18M. That said, free agency does not often assign logical values to players, unless you thought Nate Solder was worthy of setting the makrket last year at $16M pet year with zero pro bowl appearances. Despite his suckiness, Flacco still might be the best available free agent/open for trade QB this offseason, or at least he’ll be among them. There’s no way with the QB position a former SB MVP is going to get a $5M max offer on the open market, even if that’s what he’d get if every quarterback was a free agent at once...the fact is they’re not fall free agents at once, so salary is determined by supply and demand. There appears to be a low supply at QB, as there is in most years.
So you're all mouth and no balls. Gotcha.
Cutler got what $10m last year to fill a short term hole and he was meant to retire. Flacco’s floor would at least be that. Someone would do that, or higher, given the right set of circumstances. I don’t think it’d be anyone’s first choice so I doubt he gets traded on his current deal, but he’ll be able to play if he really wants to.
I disagree. Former Sb winner has nothing to do with it. He is nowhere near the sane player. I do not believe there is a team in the NFL that will pay him starter money. I think 5 mill is typical for an aging veteran you being in to be your backup hoping he never plays. I could be wrong about exactly what that job pays but my point is I do not see any team signing him as a starter at starter money.
Cutler got that to be the starter.
No I’m not an idiot who would make a bet with an anonymous person on the internet. I’m sure you aren’t either but you find it’s easier to play games than have a real discussion do troll away.
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