PF Chang

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  • Birthday 12/04/1987

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  1. Alex Smith's contract is $23.5M a year. Vernon Davis has a $5.3M cap hit this year. If I had to give up Smith and Davis to pay Tony Romo in his prime $28M a year, I"m fine with that. Nobody ever actually tries to analyze the numbers. I swear it's just "this feels like a huge number to me that will surely destroy their cap for 100 years." What's the price where you're no longer required to carry the team? Any good QB going forward is getting at least $20M a year and realistically it's more than that. Just seems like this thought process leads to hoping that you draft a QB and he's good enough to win it all in those first few years while he's cheap like Wilson and the Seahawks. He's a free agent in 2020 and they'll probably have to pay him $30M a year to sign him. He has bad games sometimes too, are you just letting him walk and praying you find him again in the 3rd round? I don't think it makes much sense.
  2. The Skins screwed up the Cousins situation about as badly as possible. Having a party every time he throws an incomplete pass won't change that. He sucked yesterday, it's going to happen to QBs not named Rodgers, Brady, and Brees.
  3. It's a losing argument anywhere. Bradshaw is a "winner" because of the Steel Curtain and players like Franco Harris and Lynn Swann. Troy Aikman is a "winner" the same way. If the 70s Steelers had Dan Marino they wouldn't have lost a game.
  4. Yeah I don't recall too many Brunell fans. And this year is basically 2005. We had a great defense and a veteran QB who played it safe but every touchdown was a minor miracle. We had 120 yards of offense in the playoff win in Tampa which has to still be the record for fewest yards in a playoff win.
  5. PF Chang

    Next Day Thread: Redskins vs. Bucs

    People are doing a great job of intentionally misinterpreting what you're saying. Nobody has ever had 500 yards of offense and only scored 3 points the way Tampa did on Sunday. Never happened until then. So yeah I think it's fair to call that lucky. Some of that was because we made great, timely plays to force turnovers. Other times - how often does a team lose 14 yards on a bad snap leading to a missed 48 yarder? How often does a kicker miss a 30 yarder?
  6. PF Chang

    What is Wrong with Alex Smith?

    The Bucs scored 3 points yesterday and had 4 turnovers and it was a 6-3 game in the 4th quarter. They have the worst defense in the league. It doesn't matter if you never turn the ball over if you can't score. A team just put up 500 yards of offense on us and only scored 3 points, something that has never happened before. It's not sustainable. I'm cringing reading these Ricky Bobby style comments about Alex being a winning machine. This debate has become so ridiculous.
  7. PF Chang

    What is Wrong with Alex Smith?

    The defense gave up 3 points. We scored 16 against a historically bad defense that gives up 35 a game. No idea how anyone could be rushing here to praise Alex for this one, I'm going to pretend it's some elaborate trolling or parody. I don't think Smith played well today but made a few nice plays on the TD drive and didn't make any big mistakes. Credit to the OL, they looked better than I was expecting given the situation.
  8. PF Chang

    What is Wrong with Alex Smith?

    My dream is that one game this year we'll get a defensive TD on the first drive. We win 7-0 and don't attempt a single pass. Then I can come here and read about Alex Smith's great game, and how that guy is just an all-American winning machine who never turns it over, and how Kurt Cou$in$$$ would have lost us the game.
  9. PF Chang

    Election 2018 Thread (Blue Wave in Progress)

    Yeah I feel sick right now and it will continue throughout tomorrow. He might be the Walmart brand of dictators but this guy has a legitimate chance tomorrow of making himself above the law until 2020. If the Dems don't win the House, Trump will end the investigation on Wednesday.
  10. Makes sense. They got a good QB without using a high draft pick or giving up assets in a trade (and most good QBs aren't available for trade).
  11. The lying about the crowd size at the inauguration stands out to me. Not because it's worse than the other despicable things from this administration, but it confirmed that the constant lying, even over petty and unimportant things, was going to continue even when in office. Even though that was obvious I think people hoped he would magically pivot and actually try to have a semi-credible administration. Instead they immediately told obvious lies, like "the sky is green" level lies.
  12. I've never thought he wanted to be here. We have mostly sucked for almost 30 years and particularly since Snyder bought the team the issue is organizational incompetence. Anyone neutral would have told him to get out of here if he had a choice. Be mad at Cousins all you want in this scorned ex-lover way but to me it looks like an emotional tantrum not an honest accounting of the situation. I think everyone is pleasantly surprised with the defense. I've said the team deserves credit for finally using high picks on the DL which is paying off. That being said we have zero chance of beating the Rams/Saints and I think if we had a good QB, we'd actually be Super Bowl contenders. Yes I'm bitter that now that we finally seem to have a Super Bowl caliber defense we significantly downgrade at QB and have no shot at beating the real contenders. We haven't won a playoff game since 2005 so this whole roster won 0 playoff games in DC! How do you find this kind of thing convincing? Defensive rankings: 2017 - #27 points, #21 yards 2016 - #19 points, #28 yards 2015 - #17 points, #28 yards 2014 - #29 points, #20 yards 2013 - #30 points, #18 yards ...and so on. You have to go back to 2008 before this gets better. This year we're #5 in points and #4 in yards so far.
  13. PF Chang

    What is Wrong with Alex Smith?

    There is no way your first sentence is true. Making up for it with the "Kirking" reference though. Basically The Office with Andy Bernard trying to get Dwight fired. Andy: I really screwed that up. I really Schruted it. Michael: What? Andy: Schruted it. It’s just this thing people say around your office all the time. Like when you screw something up in a really irreversible way. You Schruted it. I don’t know where it comes from though. You think it comes from Dwight Schrute? Michael: I don’t know. Who knows how words are formed.
  14. lol. You sound very level headed about this. Unsure I'm even comprehending your point. Is this "all of his journalists on all the teams around the league" some sort of conspiracy suggestion? The truth is out there. Yes, Rodgers kicks ass. Point is the record argument doesn't make sense, it's just used to argue in bad faith.
  15. "QB wins" is never going to be convincing. Aaron Rodgers is 3-3-1 right now.