slickgadawg

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  1. I think Pittsburgh will take less for him than normal because there is no way he can play with Rothlesberger again...
  2. My bad. I forgot about Cooper. Scratch Dallas off that list, lol...
  3. The Cardinals have almost 39 million in cap space. They could use him with Fitzgerald getting old. The problem there is would you want to pair him with a young quarterback? The Cowboys have almost 50 million in space. Jerry would do this but the problem is the elephant in the room of getting Dak's contract done. Detroit has 37 million and MIGHT bite on it. The Packers might bite. they have 34 million. Seattle has 52 million. They could do it. San Fran has 76 million and is the MOST likely team that will do this.
  4. It would be draft picks, not player for player. THEN after negotiating the picks, the team picking AB up would have to have the cap space to absorb his base salary AND prorated bonuses which will be accelerated. If they don't have the space currently, they would have to restructure some contracts in order to be able to get it done. THATS why you hardly ever have trades in the NFL...
  5. I mean, when they did 28-3, I was done.
  6. If that proposed rule changes goes into effect which allows players to skip college ball, Georgia most likely will not even have one and dones. Duke and Kentucky either. Eventually this is gonna go over into college football... https://www.goldenstateofmind.com/2019/2/21/18235361/2019-nba-ncaa-warriors-demarcus-cousins-zion-williamson Boogie Cousins RIPPED the NCAA: “Knowing what I know now? College is ********,” Cousins proclaimed. “College basketball - the NCAA - is ********. My advice to him is do what’s best for you and your family. Obviously college, it does nothing for you at this point. You’ve proven you’re the number one pick coming out. You’ve proven your talent. Get ready for the next level, because it’s happening. That’s my opinion, knowing what I know now. Obviously when I was at that age - you enjoy the moment, you enjoy the experience and all that - but there’s so many risks involved to get to the ultimate goal, which is this level. So just do what’s best for him and his family.” Cousins’ comments come after speculation that Williamson may shut it down for the rest of the season, and not risk further injury before entering the league. Boogie, who played one year at Kentucky before being drafted fifth overall in 2010, noted that college was a wonderful time for him, but his perspective has changed. “I loved my experience in college,” Cousins remarked. “That was some of the best years of my life, playing basketball. But with that being said, just how crooked the whole NCAA business is.” Cousins then mentioned the absurd ticket prices, rhetorically asking, “Who does it go to?” and “How does it benefit any player on that team?” The NBPA is fighting to end the one-and-done rule that forces prospects like Williamson to play for a year after high school before entering the draft. Unfortunately, it looks like 2022 is the earliest that we may see a rule change.
  7. Folks don't seem to understand that the NFL is a BUSINESS... I comment on these forums because i love sports, not because of ignorance to whats going on...
  8. You still in the game. You match a cheerleader...
  9. Ain't he the defensive coordinator for the Chiefs whose defense got demolished this year? WHY the NFL keep recycling these same coaches over and over? Falcons are basically a full deck of that stuff...
  10. Should've kept Sarkisian. Falcons offense has been the same since Michael Turner left with the exception of the 2016 season. I DO like the move of having Quinn run the defense though...
  11. I like mine WILD...
  12. The Braves make more money than the Nationals... https://www.forbes.com/mlb-valuations/list/#tab:overall
  13. Just joking...
  14. The Braves have ZERO problems. There is nothing to complain about. You are correct. They are the monsters of the midway and I dare anybody to point out any flaws...
  15. They are projected anywhere from 3rd to next to last in that division. Don't let last years weak National League East fool you. Not gonna be like that this year. Everything hangs on their pitching. The everyday lineup is OK even though I would like one more big bat in there. If Donaldson can bounce back, and thats a BIG if, then they are gonna be fine thru the order. Its that pitching. The division loaded up on bats and the Braves struggled against a weaker division last season. If the Braves stop being cheap and make a move to get Bumgarner under a long term contract and make a move for a SOLID middle reliever, then I would feel better about the pitching. I think the closers will bounce back. Too talented not to. Its the starting pitching and middle relief that worries me about them...