I don’t know....He can double his efficiency (yards per target) by being an average NFL receiver, and he can improve on it by remaining terrible (but not the severe, outlier level of terrible he was last year.) Do you feel better or worse about your question now?
I think it's more he thinks he is a number 1 receiver.How can you start this butthole of a thread, Chris?
1) Watkins has a high cap hit at 21m dollars
2) He’s even talked about sitting out 2020 if asked to take any kind of pay cut
3) He’s drastically overpaid as it is and isn’t that good
4) He’s currently under contract with KC
5) NE can’t really afford him anyway
Would you take $4,000,000 less to call yourself a #1 receiver?I think it's more he thinks he is a number 1 receiver.
Im running of the notion he wants to be a number 1 say at 12 mill vs a number 3 at 16 mill
With what terms? Cooks is due a $4 million bonus on March 20 and then a $8 million salary. Do you trade for the full $12 million cap hit? I can’t imagine the Rams are overly willing to take on any of that to facilitate a trade when they’d already be eating $17.8 million in dead money.Not seeing alot of free agent options and I'm terrified of the draft.
Still think if Brady stays they try to trade back for Cooks.
It could be similar to the deion branch situation
Hes on the KC payroll for 14M.26 years old Sammy Watkins has a much higher upside than a a 34 year old Danny Amendola...