Yeah, the specifics of the trade matter, if it's too much he won't have any help and you'll suck anyways. That's the same shit with Tua and additional compensation for Watson. Like what exactly is additional compensations? If it's tua and picks 18 and 50 it's 1 thing, but if it's Tua, picks 3, 18, 36, 50, 82, next year's 1, 2, Xavien Howard, and a charter fishing boat might be a little much.
Thats what its starting to look like. Pete's philosophy is just becoming too outdated with todays NFL. Especially being in the NFC West where every team has young coaching staffs with electric offenses.To add onto this story. Sounds like Carroll may end up being the downfall of the Seattle offense. Dude may just think too highly of himself.
The Steelers will be challenged by costly cap hits of veterans, forcing them into a rebuild or trying to keep their QB's window open one more year.www.espn.com
They are in some serious cap hell
Yeah, there's no specifics attached to any of the rumors. And deals like this can definitely get out of control.Man if they really want that much, that might be a bridge too far for any team. You'd have to think if Miami was thinking about it the #3 pick this year would be off the table in the hopes they could take Sewell to protect Watson (and just the massive upgrade he represents in general at an important position). The idea they would want three 1sts plus more is pretty huge.
Jags should definitely do this if they want to continue years of terrible moves.There’s been a lot of talk about Urban Meyer becoming the next head coach of the Jaguars, but it appears that may not be his only NFL option. NFL Media reports that the Chargers and Meyer have spoken recently. The report adds that there has not been a formal interview at this point, but that [more]profootballtalk.nbcsports.com
Seems like a stretch and more likely Urban trying to get more $$$ out of the Jags
All four starting quarterbacks whose teams advanced to the divisional round of the AFC playoffs are 25 or younger. This is the first time ever that all four starting quarterbacks in the divisional playoffs in one conference were 25 or younger.