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I would take Kam in a heartbeat in a trade...bring him home Quinn and TD

HELLZ NO! A greedy sumbich who's threatening to hold out in the middle (third year) of a five year 30 million contract!!??

No fking way!!!

Y'all can't be all up in Dez Bryant's face about what he said and then be all for Chancellor...SHENANIGANS!!

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Seattle guys are all realizing how underpaid they are, thanks to good negotiation by that front office. It also starts with the QB...when he says he want to be paid higher than any other QB, then everyone else is going "I want to be paid also".

I never chastised Dez for threatening to hold out, I just stated I am glad we have Julio who is not taking his contract demands public. I like Julio's low key approach compare to Dez's look at me approach.

In the NFL, the front office holds all the cards. For someone locked in to a contract that is under market for their talent level, threatening to hold out is the only recourse they may have. Clubs can cut you at any time and the guaranteed money in a contract is all you get. Kam is feeling the same way a number obvious are feeling on that defense. It's not a coincidence that Irvin and Bennett have both spoken out about their contracts and both been linked to the falcons. If I was Kam, I am probably looking at the Falcons roster, seeing what Quinn is building and realizing that not only am I better than anyone on this roster, but Atlanta has the spare cap to pay me. So yeah, making noise and seeing what happens.

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HELLZ NO! A greedy sumbich who's threatening to hold out in the middle (third year) of a five year 30 million contract!!??

No fking way!!!

Y'all can't be all up in Dez Bryant's face about what he said and then be all for Chancellor...SHENANIGANS!!

Cheffie we dont always agree, but there is a reason I respect you, lol.

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Seattle guys are all realizing how underpaid they are, thanks to good negotiation by that front office. It also starts with the QB...when he says he want to be paid higher than any other QB, then everyone else is going "I want to be paid also".

I never chastised Dez for threatening to hold out, I just stated I am glad we have Julio who is not taking his contract demands public. I like Julio's low key approach compare to Dez's look at me approach.

In the NFL, the front office holds all the cards. For someone locked in to a contract that is under market for their talent level, threatening to hold out is the only recourse they may have. Clubs can cut you at any time and the guaranteed money in a contract is all you get. Kam is feeling the same way a number obvious are feeling on that defense. It's not a coincidence that Irvin and Bennett have both spoken out about their contracts and both been linked to the falcons. If I was Kam, I am probably looking at the Falcons roster, seeing what Quinn is building and realizing that not only am I better than anyone on this roster, but Atlanta has the spare cap to pay me. So yeah, making noise and seeing what happens.

Yet shame on Dez for using the only leverage he had.

GTFO

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go away Rave, nobody cares about your poor little cowboy inferiority complex. We all know if the Falcons win the third game, no one will see you for a while anyway.

Ill tell you what, if the Falcons win the third game and Dallas wins the Super Bowl, Ill GLADLY take that trade.

Its obviously bigger to you than me.

Ask anyone I work with, Im looking more forward to Georgia/Alabama than Dallas/Atlanta.

Thats how relevant Atlanta is to me.

Obviously, Dallas is your Super Bowl.

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That is a defeatist attitude Rave. You are already making excuses for the Falcons beating you. I'll even go out on a limb and say Dez will catch more than 1 pass for 15 yards this time. Although Trufant will be in his hip pocket all day!

A defeatist is someone that would trade 1 regular season game to win the Super Bowl?

Wouldnt EVERY NFL fan do that?

Moron.

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Ill tell you what, if the Falcons win the third game and Dallas wins the Super Bowl, Ill GLADLY take that trade.

Its obviously bigger to you than me.

Ask anyone I work with, Im looking more forward to Georgia/Alabama than Dallas/Atlanta.

Thats how relevant Atlanta is to me.

Obviously, Dallas is your Super Bowl.

This is bad comedy. I want to beat everyone on our schedule, and yes, win a Super Bowl as well. Saying Dallas is some sort of mythical giant to slay for the Falcons is just dumb. Yes, I want to win that game, more so just to shut you up than anything else. The Falcons themselves? Just another day at the NFC East office. I would much rather beat Carolina and the saints especially than Dallas. So stop with the "it's your super bowl" crap. It's not even on the level of beating Tampa bay for us.

Stop giving your team more credit than they deserve. You're not the steelers...or even the patriots.

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This is bad comedy. I want to beat everyone on our schedule, and yes, win a Super Bowl as well. Saying Dallas is some sort of mythical giant to slay for the Falcons is just dumb. Yes, I want to win that game, more so just to shut you up than anything else. The Falcons themselves? Just another day at the NFC East office. I would much rather beat Carolina and the saints especially than Dallas. So stop with the "it's your super bowl" crap. It's not even on the level of beating Tampa bay for us.

Stop giving your team more credit than they deserve. You're not the steelers...or even the patriots.

You are the one that keeps bringing up beating them. If they werent on your mind then you wouldnt continue to talk about that game.

As for "I want to beat everyone I play", I agree, Id love to be undefeated. However, if losing a specific game would guarantee winning the championship later, Id take it.

Championship > Regular season loss

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I didn't say anything about Super Bowls originally, rave. I said that game,the third game of the Season. As far as you are concerned,that is all that matters to me. You are already hemming and hawing, saying things like,id rather lose that and win a super bowl. It's like you are already preparing for failure and excuses. WFW is right.

But what if you do neither? You should have lost against Detroit and the karma gods righted it against Green Bay. Your team hasn't won sh1t in 18 years, and even the Falcons have gotten further her than Dallas in that time. I don't think you guys have the will nor the coaching to make it. Your owner is an ego driven maniac and you just went and added a bunch of combustible pieces to your team, thinking that you are the patriots and can "handle" it. Not to mention, the expectations on Dallas are huge, and we all know how romo handles stress(choking noise made).

yeah, worry about your own house.bthose super bowl expectations can be a b1tch. Just ask the saints and the Falcons...

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I didn't say anything about Super Bowls originally, rave. I said that game,the third game of the Season. As far as you are concerned,that is all that matters to me. You are already hemming and hawing, saying things like,id rather lose that and win a super bowl. It's like you are already preparing for failure and excuses. WFW is right...

This is as far as I got...apparently your craniums dont work as they are expected to. Ill spell this out for you two.

Dallas has Super Bowl expectations this year.

I would GLADLY trade a loss to the Falcons if we were to go on and win the Super Bowl.

In other words, NO I DO NOT WANT TO LOSE TO ATLANTA, however, if I knew that a loss to Atlanta was just a bump in the road on the way to a Super Bowl win, Id take it every time.

How is it that you two dont have the intelligence to grasp that?

....and trust me....you dont want an offseason of me if Dallas does.

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By bringing it up in the first place, it sounds like you are preparing to lose, and saying this statement as a "just in case". You are hedging your bets, so to speak. I am sure most would see it this way. Should have left the super bowl stuff out of it.

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By bringing it up in the first place, it sounds like you are preparing to lose, and saying this statement as a "just in case". You are hedging your bets, so to speak. I am sure most would see it this way. Should have left the super bowl stuff out of it.

I am responsible for what I say.

I am not responsible for what you understand.

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