jsharrin55

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  1. Well, I'm talking about fan reaction and how the 5th year option looks vs the franchise tag cost of Orakpo. I'm not sure why you only quoted the one part. Chiefs won the Superbowl and drafted new guys. Liking what you have doesn't mean that there isn't room to improve a group. RR could really really like Guice and Love, but also not have confidence in their health. Could we still see a guy like Kerrigan extended or Sherff because it makes sense? Sure, they'd be silly to have a 100% hard line. But to this point they have stood by the no extension statement. I think the 5th year option is different and a reason to "extend". The cost compared to Orakpo is cheaper with the (admittedly) not apples to apples comparison. Again, I only mentioned to put the value in context and a reason for potential differences noticed in fan reaction.
  2. I've actually seen several people to say Allen should go when it comes time for big money over Payne/Young and some Sweat. Not a lot, but some, so like most things the reaction isn't consistent. RR said no one was getting extended this off season. This is a bit different, however I think what comes next will depend on how he does this year. I'm not sure I like a Orakpo comparison, but taking the 5th year option makes sense. If comparing values this year, Orakpo's franchise tag would be 17.8 million (which is when I'm assuming people questioned the value of keeping/extending) and Allen's 5th year option is 9 million. If the production is similar, it would be easy to argue the contract value is about half. Orakpo's Tenneessee contract was 8 mill per vs 11 mill, so something in between. But changes in cap overall make this a less than apples to apples comparison. https://overthecap.com/franchise-transition-and-rfa-tenders/
  3. Well, hard to learn playbook when you play video games and watch zero film. I was wondering if it's ability to learn playbook or no effort to learn playbook. That's what I meant.
  4. jsharrin55

    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    I see listed as a center as well.
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    !!!!0mgz!!!! Trent Williams finally showed up

    They got an ot that is a solid fit for their offense. Why would they go back and offer anything for trent?
  6. jsharrin55

    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Harrison just went to Ravens.
  7. jsharrin55

    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    I feel like last year AP on field it's a run, AP not on field pass. This guy might actually make defensive players need to guess!
  8. jsharrin55

    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    saying "I believe" something to be true, absolutely does not make it true.
  9. jsharrin55

    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    I mean, I'm good that we have him. But unfortunately it doesn't make today more fun. Haha.
  10. jsharrin55

    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    I've played in a fantasy league with a team "It Ertz Wentz I pee" Easy easy transition...
  11. jsharrin55

    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    2 picks in 2 days makes the draft less fun.
  12. jsharrin55

    2020 Comprehensive Draft Thread

    Cardinals just took him, so def not.