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  1. 1 hour ago, ya_boi_j said:

    I've watched a ton of breakdowns on him. The only thing that bothers me is the missing of wide open targets. He does it alot by alot. I don't not like the guy, he just has a lot of fixable flaws

    The other thing I saw pointed out about him is he dips/crouches right before he throws. But i'm with you about fixable flaws and thats why I think he is the perfect fit behind Ryan. Matt, Arthur, and maybe even Julio would teach a lot of those flaws either away or how to minimize them. 

  2. 8 hours ago, ya_boi_j said:

    I'm doing everything in my power to fall in like with him. I guess it wouldn't be the worst thing in the world since he's going to sit a year or two

    I'm really really loving his play the more I watch; even with him and his quirky Aaron Rodgers type delivery that bothers me everytime... haha

  3. There are a few videos on Youtube explaining cap and contracts that do a good job of saying why you don't want to really mess with Ryans or Julios contract this year (unless they are guaranteed long term solutions or the salary cap jumps a triple crap-ton of dollars in a season or two). 

  4. On 3/9/2021 at 12:03 AM, AUTiger7222 said:

    I was really agreeing with this article until I saw this line. This line is complete garbage because Ryan's play the last 2 years has not warranted getting benched. Not even close to it. But then I saw where this from and it all made sense.

    I'm with you. With all due respect to Smith, Ryan owns Smith like Pulp Fiction Bring out the Gimp style as a starting QB.

  5. Just now, FalconsIn2012 said:

    I don’t really disagree, but Ryan occupying 23% of our cap the next 3 years is tough when you see this chart from OTC

    Percentage of Salary Cap taken up by Super Bowl winning QBs (and the remaining playoff QB cap%)

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    Year

    Name

    Cap %

    1994

    Young

    13.10%

    1995

    Aikman

    6.70%

    1996

    Favre

    10.20%

    1997

    Elway

    5.20%

    1998

    Elway

    5.00%

    1999

    Warner

    1.30%

    2000

    Dilfer

    1.60%

    2001

    Brady

    0.47%

    2002

    Johnson

    9.60%

    2003

    Brady

    4.40%

    2004

    Brady

    6.30%

    2005

    Roethlisberger

    4.90%

    2006

    P. Manning

    10.40%

    2007

    E. Manning

    9.20%

    2008

    Roethlisberger

    6.80%

    2009

    Brees

    8.30%

    2011

    E. Manning

    11.70%

    2012

    Flacco

    6.60%

    2013

    Wilson

    0.56%

    2014

    Brady

    10.64%

    2015

    P. Manning

    11.66%

    2016

    Brady

    8.62%

    2017

    Foles

    0.91%

    2018

    Brady

    12.21%

    2019

    Mahomes

    2.4%

    2020

    Brady

    12.2%

    I do agree with the concern over cap hit for all "The Franchise Guy" on all teams. I'm completely on board with Aaron Rodgers and other folks who have pitched/proposed the idea of every team having one "Franchise Player" whos contract doesn't count against the salary cap at all. 

  6. 20 hours ago, Faithful Falcon said:

    Look bro, you guys got it twisted. Nobody thinks a rookies will come in, and automatically take us to a Super Bowl. Matt is making a killing, and right now, it's killing us. If someone is willing to make a trade for him and Julio, we would be stupid not to do it. It takes a lot more than bad play calling to make you finish 4-12, and to have 3 straight losing seasons.

    Ryan is not really making a killing. You really can't look at "Franchise QBs" and their salaries the same way as any other position on the field (with the exception of "elite pass rusher" and "lock down corner"). Fran. QBs are always going to get paid on market value and not how good they are as QBs (with the exception of Brady and any "team first" QB) until Owners/GMs start to influence the market by refusing to pay market. And that will probably never happen because it would blow the doors open on collusion lawsuits a million times worse than the Kap situation started doing. 

    I partially disagree with you on bad play calling and/or coaching, but i want to see how this season and next plays out before i make my mind up on that.   

  7. 1 hour ago, SoCalFalconFan said:

    I really like the man. I think he's a bright, and talented dude. And I get it's a business and he says he's excited being here now... but I wouldn't be fully transparent if I didn't admit that there's is a small piece of me that sees him as an enemy that has breeched the perimeter. He was a New Orleans Saint for 16 years or something. It may take a while to shake that one for me. 

    True. He could also be Bill Belichick that left the Jets and then went on to spank the Jets with no remorse for 21 seasons... 

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