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Old 12-18-2020, 10:36 AM   #151
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Re: Wft quarterback of the future

Nobody wants to see him leave. He is a top OG. He has missed games in 4 out of the last 4 years. He is also 30, a little older than the normal player coming off a rookie contract. (Tag is a factor).

The question is how much are you willing to pay to keep him.

At what AAV would you let him walk?
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Old 12-18-2020, 10:38 AM   #152
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Scherff is 28, soon to be 29 on 12/26.
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Old 12-18-2020, 05:23 PM   #153
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Scherff is 28, soon to be 29 on 12/26.
You're right. My fault on the math.
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Old 12-18-2020, 05:38 PM   #154
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Nobody wants to see him leave. He is a top OG. He has missed games in 4 out of the last 4 years. He is also 30, a little older than the normal player coming off a rookie contract. (Tag is a factor).

The question is how much are you willing to pay to keep him.

At what AAV would you let him walk?
13 AAV. I wouldnt do more than something like 4 years/52M/22M guaranteed. I think this is below what we already offered him. Currently hes making 15 M on the tag and is the highest paid guard. I like him but hes an aging guard. NEVER DRAFT A FUCKING GUARD IN THE TOP 10. Guard position is one of the easiest to fill imo.

Perhaps consider the transition tag and we could match any offer. If no teams offer, then he is ours for another year but lower than the fran tag number.
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Old 12-19-2020, 02:51 AM   #155
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Talk about cap hell - the Eagles are MINUS $69 mill (31 out of 32) and we are PLUS $47 mill to be used toward FA and to keep some of the top players on the team, instead of the steady talent drain that we’ve seen for two decades.

Keep Allen, Scherff. Dump Collins. Keep Alex Smith for one more season as the mentor / backup QB.

I just saw an article basically saying the team should go for a veteran QB like Stafford or Newton. Why? Rivera and Kyle Smith have worked to make this a young squad, with very cheap rookie and UDFA contracts. Why hire an older player like Stafford who will cost $30 mill a year?

The top three draft picks will go for:

QB
FS
WR or OL

I think the FA will be for keeping our best DL or OL players. We can also use some decent money for a top-end WR to take the pressure off McLaurin. Teams will double-team McLaurin until we have a really good WR #2. I think Cam Sims will continue to see more action and he’s really looking good - maybe as the starting Slot WR. I’d like to see what Wright has to offer, instead of Steve Sims, Jr - who drops at least one pass every game.

QB in the draft is the answer. I have NO Doubt that Kyle Smith can find a very good QB in the draft, but seeing 4-6 QB go to other teams first, really bleeds off the best talent. This is the time to make a trade to get into the top 3-4 QB picks. We don’t have to get the #1 or #2 QB in the 2021 draft. Kyle Smith can find us a franchise QB if we move up 5-10 spots in the draft.

I hate to say this, because I was a Haskins fan at the start of the season, but we can’t win with him at QB. Not unless the defense has amazing games like the last one. If he is the QB for the last games, we’ll probably lose them.

But it’s a Win/Win with Haskins at QB. If he plays poorly, we move up in the draft because we’ll lose games . If he plays average, his value with go up for a trade. If he plays “lights out” (which he won’t) then he will be the answer next year!

Getting the draft right at QB next year, will foretell the next five years of the Rivera era. I have no doubt that Rivera/Smith can get it right, as long as Snyder doesn’t interfere! They may just have to trade up some (5-10) moves up to get the elite and franchise QB to move this offense into the top 10. Trading our second round pick is a small price to pay for a dozen years of excellence at QB!


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