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Posted 30 Oct 2014Hey.....I offered up Brees. There aren't many QB's that have better remaining projected pts. Shorts is gone so I changed the offer to Brees and Bennett for Murray and Jefrey. He needs a new QB & a new TE. Both very good offers in my opinion. Shorts was garbage but he was projected to be a pretty steady 10+ pts each remaining game rather than the little 6-8 pts with some others. Brees is the 2nd best QB in fantasy behind only Peyton Manning. Bennett is 4th in fantasy pts for all TE's. I think that makes up for the loss of Murray & Jefrey.
I wanted McKinnon from 05 but he won't budge for him and I'm not giving up Brees for him and take a -40 hit on the deal.
Posted 29 Oct 2014In 4 of my 5 losses, the opponent just happened to have their highest scoring output of the season. Talk about some fucked up luck. And of course this past week I score more than most of the league and still lost.
Santana....sent you a trade proposal.
Posted 26 Oct 2014All of the arrests and domestic abuse incidents all over the place is definitely giving credence to the NFL changing to the National Felon League.
Posted 24 Oct 2014Aside from being the only offensive draft pick who has done anything > tebow, what has Jeremy "fair catch" Kerly done to deserve a new deal. They haven't even locked MO Wilk up yet
What has he done? Let's see.......have the most catches of all WR's on the team? Before Decker & Harvin got here, he was the most talented WR on the team. Locking up a solid slot receiver at an avg of less than 4 million per year with only 5.4 mill guaranteed is FAR from a bad deal.
Mo Wilk is all but ensured to be locked up. The team already exercized the 5th year option on him and could use the franchize tag for a 6th if the FO wanted to. Mo Wilk will be given a new deal this offseason. What's there to complain about?
The annual breakdown in base salaries is as follows:
• 2015: $2 million
• 2016: $2.5 million
• 2017: $3 million
• 2018: $3.5 million
Kerley's contract also includes $500,000 in annual incentives based on passes caught. The max value, should Kerley play through till the end of the contract, is approximately $15.4 million, or slightly less than the $16 million reported earlier in the week. But with the incentives the deal could potentially be worth as much as $17.4 million.
Oh, here are the annual cap hits for the Jets:
• 2015: $2.6 million
• 2016: $3.1 million
• 2017: $3.6 million
• 2018: $4.1 million
Posted 24 Oct 2014What has Mevis done the last two seasons to even warrant consideration to wear green & white again? Not a damn thing. Thanks to getting rid of Revis we'll have about 50 million or so to spend in the offseason. That will give us the chance to ensure our D-line stays the Sons of Anarchy. Our ssecondary wouldn't be much better with Mevis there. He's been getting abused regularly this year. Our secondary isn't the only reason we're 1-6. Better officiating and we'd be 5-2 or 4-3 at worst. WITHOUT Revis.
He's been gone for 2 years fellas. Get over it already. Or is this going to continue in the offseason when New England dumps him off when they can't trade him. We all know Bobby Krat isn't going to pay an overratred player 20 million for a single season and unless Revis wants to lower his pricetag to under 13 per year, he won't be getting an extension either. If Mevis wanted to be here, he would've been but he cared about only 1 thing. $$$$
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