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Posted 9 Nov 2014Who do we got after?
Posted 5 Nov 2014Gronkowski, whose health history led to him signing a team-friendly extension in the first place, has most of the money in this deal tied up from 2016-2019, which at this point he is unlikely to see. Gronkowski is set to make $15 million alone in 2015, in the form of $5 million in salary (which is guaranteed only for injury but not for cap or production purposes), as well as a $10 million option bonus that the Patriots could opt to pick up at any point in the 2015 league year. Numerous sources who reviewed this contract said they highly doubt New England picks up that $10 million option, which would make Gronk a free agent.
Pats aren't going to give Gronk 15 million and give Revis another 20 million all in 2015. We all know which of the two I'd prefer to have in Green & White. One has killed us on the field and the other did it financially. I prefer the one that puts points on the board.
Posted 26 Oct 2014This one's easy.
Posted 19 Oct 2014So does anyone else agree that the trade for Harvin may have very likely saved Rex's job?
Had the team not grabbed another Offensive playmaker, it was 50-50 that Rex would get the boot after the season. With the acquisition of Harvin, Rex's odds have just been adjust by as much as 25% in my opinion and it swings both ways.
If the Jets finish 6-10 or 7-9, Rex gets 1 more year to make it back to the postseason or he'll be gone. Rex had Woody's sympathy this year simply because of the debacle that is our secondary through no fault of his own. Neither of the starters are around after Milliner couldn't stay healthy and Peterson was a flake who didn't make it to week 1. We're playing 4th stringers basically and getting abused but yet the team has been in every game but one. If you think Woody hasn't been paying very close attention to that, you're insane.
With adding Harvin to the mix of FA's brought in to give Geno some targets, it only bides well for Rex.
Rex tried to improve the team but a few moves have pretty much backfired. I don't know if Amaro was Rex's pick or Idzik's but he's got bust written all over him unless he learns to catch suddenly. Reminds me of Hill honestly. CJ2K has been all but a flat out bust with Ivory being a true beast and outshining the remainder of our RB corps.
So, with Geno AND Rex both basically being placed in a situation where there are no longer any excuses other than the secondary......I think having Harvin (if he can stay healthy) will lead to 5 or 6 more wins out of the next 9 and Rex will be given another year. Geno is being put on notice that he now has offensive playmakers on paper so he had better get the job done or else we'll be shopping for a new QB in next year's draft which I think we may end up doing regardless.
So what are you guys thoughts?
Posted 14 Sep 2014Studs:
1st Half D
Mo Wilk for dumb as$ move getting ejected
Moron-wig for not establishing a run game from the start
2nd half entire team
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