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quietjetsket


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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2012 12:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

patman wrote:
Green, why do you think any team is going to give up that much cap space
for Sanchez?

For that 8.75 of cap room they could get two stating olineman that is what they need not a qb with a 53% completion percentage.

Samuel had to cut his pay to 3mill just to facilitate a trade and he is still an above average player.

You put a lot of work into this post, but so much of it hinges on a near impossible scenario with Sanchez. What would you do as a fan or a nfl owner if your GM made that move?

This is the 3rd year in a row where the cap is going to be stagnant every year they are fewer teams with cap space. Sanchez is going to be a Jet



You need to magnify your imagination as Sanchez would take a pay cut to play for another team to make the trade work.


Salary cap is not a problem but Tannenbaum is the problem. You see Green, Skrll and I did the mock that Tannenbaum never made moves. Realistic or not.

In real life, Tanny solidified Sanchez and Holmes a hefty contract instead of collecting few key FA contributors. Tannenbaum nearly maxed out with wrong players.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2012 12:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Like I said in the mock draft thread: Why are you going for a guard so early? Historically guards are a late late first round pick/later in the draft. There will still be value for a guard later in the draft. TBH, I would sit tight at our first rounder and draft the best OLB available. Then evaluate who we have in the 2nd.
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skrILL wrote:

Care to offer some sort of insight instead of just being obnoxious? Rolling Eyes
I don't.

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2012 8:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

quietjetsket wrote:
patman wrote:
Green, why do you think any team is going to give up that much cap space
for Sanchez?

For that 8.75 of cap room they could get two stating olineman that is what they need not a qb with a 53% completion percentage.

Samuel had to cut his pay to 3mill just to facilitate a trade and he is still an above average player.

You put a lot of work into this post, but so much of it hinges on a near impossible scenario with Sanchez. What would you do as a fan or a nfl owner if your GM made that move?

This is the 3rd year in a row where the cap is going to be stagnant every year they are fewer teams with cap space. Sanchez is going to be a Jet



You need to magnify your imagination as Sanchez would take a pay cut to play for another team to make the trade work.


Salary cap is not a problem but Tannenbaum is the problem. You see Green, Skrll and I did the mock that Tannenbaum never made moves. Realistic or not.

In real life, Tanny solidified Sanchez and Holmes a hefty contract instead of collecting few key FA contributors. Tannenbaum nearly maxed out with wrong players.


Why would he take a pay cut. After 2013's salary he may never see another NFL paycheck again and he is going to cut it to sit behind Wilson?

It will cost The Seahawks 4 mill in cap room to trade Flynn, even if Sanchez cuts his salary in 1/2 it will still cost the seahawks over 9 mill in cap room for a b/u qb who is worse than the one they have now.

And why would Sanchez want to go to Seattle and not KC or the Cards where he has a shot at starter.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 29, 2012 8:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

patman wrote:
quietjetsket wrote:
patman wrote:
Green, why do you think any team is going to give up that much cap space
for Sanchez?

For that 8.75 of cap room they could get two stating olineman that is what they need not a qb with a 53% completion percentage.

Samuel had to cut his pay to 3mill just to facilitate a trade and he is still an above average player.

You put a lot of work into this post, but so much of it hinges on a near impossible scenario with Sanchez. What would you do as a fan or a nfl owner if your GM made that move?

This is the 3rd year in a row where the cap is going to be stagnant every year they are fewer teams with cap space. Sanchez is going to be a Jet



You need to magnify your imagination as Sanchez would take a pay cut to play for another team to make the trade work.


Salary cap is not a problem but Tannenbaum is the problem. You see Green, Skrll and I did the mock that Tannenbaum never made moves. Realistic or not.

In real life, Tanny solidified Sanchez and Holmes a hefty contract instead of collecting few key FA contributors. Tannenbaum nearly maxed out with wrong players.


Why would he take a pay cut. After 2013's salary he may never see another NFL paycheck again and he is going to cut it to sit behind Wilson?

It will cost The Seahawks 4 mill in cap room to trade Flynn, even if Sanchez cuts his salary in 1/2 it will still cost the seahawks over 9 mill in cap room for a b/u qb who is worse than the one they have now.

And why would Sanchez want to go to Seattle and not KC or the Cards where he has a shot at starter.


Think You have a point on only way Sanchez goes to another team taking a paycut is if the thinks hes got a shot at starting and the only 2 places I can see that are the Arizona Cardinals (They Started Lindley for a while and the dude seemed to have a knack for hitting the wide open field)

Obviously it would require Sanchez to take a significant pay cut to make happen.
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