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12 minutes ago, Falcanuck said:

It’s his last year regardless imo. If he blows up we can’t afford him, if he doesn’t we don’t want him. 

Say he somehow pulls 20 sacks or near that out of his *** somehow, would you then think of resigning him instead of letting him walk? He’s also clearly dominant nearly every game in this hypothetical and not just getting lucky sacks. 

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Just now, Atlantafan21 said:

Say he somehow pulls 20 sacks or near that out of his *** somehow, would you then think of resigning him instead of letting him walk? He’s also clearly dominant nearly every game in this hypothetical and not just getting lucky sacks. 

Lol. That **** would only happen in Madden

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1 hour ago, Falcanuck said:

It’s his last year regardless imo. If he blows up we can’t afford him, if he doesn’t we don’t want him. 

I dont' want him either way.  Dude is too inconsistent and hasn't shown anything special.  I'm fine with letting other teams deal with him in the low odds that it all clicks for him (after this season).  

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If it all clicks for Vic you better believe TD will find a way, or at least try, to keep him. Only QBs are more coveted than pass rushers. We would probably have to let Neal walk, possibly Hooper and part ways with Rico, Sanu, Free, and Tru. 

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5 hours ago, Atlantafan21 said:

Say he somehow pulls 20 sacks or near that out of his *** somehow, would you then think of resigning him instead of letting him walk? He’s also clearly dominant nearly every game in this hypothetical and not just getting lucky sacks. 

Tag him and make him do it again. 

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This is one aspect of nfl contracts i don't get... instead of having Beasley on a 1-year $12m deal, why not give the extension for 2 years and front load the cap hit... it would essentially be the same thing, but at least if he balls out you still have him under team control. 

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9 hours ago, ramonezy said:

This is one aspect of nfl contracts i don't get... instead of having Beasley on a 1-year $12m deal, why not give the extension for 2 years and front load the cap hit... it would essentially be the same thing, but at least if he balls out you still have him under team control. 

Well the front office is just being smart,, Not only is it good money for Vic,, But It gives him incentive to play hard this year so he can get a long term deal next year.. I think he will take advantage of the situation.  And have a great year.. not just because he decides to.. But because he wants to be a great player and he wants a great long term deal and to be a life long Falcon.. I believe it will happen.:rain:

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9 hours ago, ramonezy said:

This is one aspect of nfl contracts i don't get... instead of having Beasley on a 1-year $12m deal, why not give the extension for 2 years and front load the cap hit... it would essentially be the same thing, but at least if he balls out you still have him under team control. 

Because players won't play out the contract years in that sort of scenario.  The player would insist on a new, multi-year deal (force a trade if necessary) rather than playing out the 2nd year.

So in that scenario, the team would take all of the risk (paying out so much the first year) but would receive none of the reward (below market contract in year 2).

For this reason, "team friendly" contracts will always back load the big payday rather than front load it.  

 

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