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Old 03-29-2013, 11:24 PM   #31
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Wonder how much Aaron Rogers is about to make. I really hope griffin takes the Brady path and takes less money so skins dont have as big of a salary cap hit. Still get his money but not the amount flacco or romo makes. Be smart and get most of your money guaranteed but not a huge cap hit... Like Brady.
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Old 03-29-2013, 11:33 PM   #32
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In games needed to win to continue the Cowboys season, he is 1-6. RGIII has already tied him.

He is just good enough to make you think he is good enough.
That's the problem with team sports though, like if u ask ncskins about Tom Brady's record he'll say it's because of the team around him but if u ask about romos record it's because he sucks. IMO it's about team not 1 guy, Tony has no line at all and no running game. Not to mention Griffin and our offense was owning the Dallas defense in that game.

His fumble game should have been a win against Seattle, that was basically a fluke play
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Here's the truth about Tony, if he played anywhere else besides Dallas he would be considered a big time QB.
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See. I just disagree. He would still toss untimely INT's and fold at inopportune times. If he played "anywhere" else, he would not get half the press he gets now.
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Old 03-29-2013, 11:52 PM   #35
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If I was a cowboys fan, I'd jump ship. That's crazy money for a qb that's not in the top 10, and probably not top 20. Jerry jones has lost it.
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Old 03-30-2013, 12:07 AM   #36
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See. I just disagree. He would still toss untimely INT's and fold at inopportune times. If he played "anywhere" else, he would not get half the press he gets now.
Reminds me of Matt Stafford. Puts up good numbers the past 2 years but since he's playing with a shitty team, nobody really cares.

Romo is only as good as everyone believes he is because 1) he's with Dallas 2) Dallas is "America's team"

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Here's the truth about Tony, if he played anywhere else besides Dallas he would be considered a big time QB.

Ok, why?
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Old 03-30-2013, 08:00 AM   #38
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Wonder how much Aaron Rogers is about to make. I really hope griffin takes the Brady path and takes less money so skins dont have as big of a salary cap hit. Still get his money but not the amount flacco or romo makes. Be smart and get most of your money guaranteed but not a huge cap hit... Like Brady.
but brady only did that after making his mega millions, and in fact by restructuring got more this year just less in salary cap hits. It was funny to listen to radio the day after his signing as the media realized that TB was not being the generous saint that initial reports made him out to be.

When Griffins contract comes up we will be paying him probably 20 to 25 percent of our cap (especially if he has a SB victory on his resume). That's most likely reality.
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Old 03-30-2013, 08:22 AM   #39
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but brady only did that after making his mega millions, and in fact by restructuring got more this year just less in salary cap hits. It was funny to listen to radio the day after his signing as the media realized that TB was not being the generous saint that initial reports made him out to be.

When Griffins contract comes up we will be paying him probably 20 to 25 percent of our cap (especially if he has a SB victory on his resume). That's most likely reality.
That's exactly what I'm saying. Brady is getting his money but in a cap friendly deal. That's what I hope RG3 does. I want RG3 to get paid. He deserves it. I just hope they can work out a deal like the pats did that is cap friendly and pays RG3
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That's exactly what I'm saying. Brady is getting his money but in a cap friendly deal. That's what I hope RG3 does. I want RG3 to get paid. He deserves it. I just hope they can work out a deal like the pats did that is cap friendly and pays RG3
Gotcha.I think the biggest problem there, is Luck, Griffin, and maybe Wilson - though his deal is probably one year shorter, will all come due at same time, and I think there will be some serious competition about having the highest paid contract. (of course this assumes that Griffin stays healthy and Luck lowers his INT rate)
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Seems like a fair deal for both sides. He's earned the contract.
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Just an absurd deal. One playoff win gets you that kind of money?

Insane.
What were the options? To me Romo is good enough to keep his job, there's no one on the street or in the draft that's better, but he's not good enough when Dallas needs him in the most important games. Jerry Jones was in a tough spot.
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What were the options? To me Romo is good enough to keep his job, there's no one on the street or in the draft that's better, but he's not good enough when Dallas needs him in the most important games. Jerry Jones was in a tough spot.
I don't have a problem with them re-signing him but the money is ridiculous.
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I don't have a problem with them re-signing him but the money is ridiculous.
Yeah this is how I see it.
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I don't have a problem with them re-signing him but the money is ridiculous.
Pretty much, he's not bad he just can't win in December. I'm curious what cowgirls fans are thinking, figured sandtrap would have trolled through by now. I hope Jerruh lives forever he is such a great gm!
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