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  1. Unfortunately, my job is not a game, and my reward for hard work is not lifetime prestige. I’m just tired of Ryan’s piss poor excuse of, “I don’t get involved with contracts. I just let my agent handle it.” If I were lucky enough to be talented enough to play in this league, I would most certainly get paid a fair salary while making **** sure I was on the best team possible. I am competitive and would want to win championships. What’s the point if not, just to make money? That’s hollow. I’m sorry. I know I’m in the minority. Money isn’t everything. I just think the best thing for the team is to trade him and take our chances elsewhere, because the $180,000,000 contract is the end of our chances to win a super bowl.
  2. I think the biggest takeaway is that no QB that has won a super bowl, or multiple super bowls for that matter, have won a Super Bowl after getting paid the $100,000,000 payday. Not one. Not Aaron Rodgers, not Big Ben, not Russell Wilson, not Drew Brees. I guess Brady IS just in a class by himelf. Fook the money, I want to win. Ryan’a Legacy will be nothing. Yes he will have 300 plus million dollars, but he will have more what ifs. This season will not go well. Sark is a joke, the defense is now thin and dependent on rookies. I’m just amazed at where we’re at from even a year ago. This team gets what it deserves. Poor decision after poor decision. Oh well, Go Dawgs!!!
  3. Only one player in history has won a Super Bowl after signing a $100,000,000 contract. That was Fletcher Cox this past year. This is a team game, and Matt Ryan is screwing this team. If he wants to win so bad, he needs to share with his “Brotherhood”. If a 5 time SB champion can take a pay cut to make the team better, than a qb with a losing record in the playoffs can. Ryan is a handicap, and we will not win with him at the helm, especially with a $180,000,000 contract.