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Originally posted by reddogrw
you click on the pre-set (click 1)

you click "update/save" (click 2)


Shit. I knew there was a reason why I suck at coordinating Casual
 
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I clicked a button, and we are set.


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Originally posted by reddogrw
Dallas doesn't have the upper hand here - Dak does


"Snapped my ankle, out for the year, now I've got the upper hand in my long-term contract negotiations, woohoo!" - No QB Ever

 
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Originally posted by Daedalus
"Snapped my ankle, out for the year, now I've got the upper hand in my long-term contract negotiations, woohoo!" - No QB Ever



Dallas has to franchise him at $37.7M+ or let him walk

Dak will be fully recovered before the next season starts

it's not about snapping his ankle - it's about leverage in contract negotiations

Dak had leverage either way next year - QB pricing keeps going up with each contract - Dallas fucked this up badly and now Dallas has to make a decision and may have to start over at QB
Edited by reddogrw on Oct 15, 2020 15:50:11
Edited by reddogrw on Oct 15, 2020 15:48:41
 
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Originally posted by reddogrw
Dallas has to franchise him at $37.7M+ or let him walk

Dak will be fully recovered before the next season starts

it's not about snapping his ankle - it's about leverage in contract negotiations

Dak had leverage either way next year - QB pricing keeps going up with each contract - Dallas fucked this up badly and now Dallas has to make a decision and may have to start over at QB


100%
 
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The Cowboys' final offer that Dak turned down was reportedly a 5-year, $175 million deal, which averaged in the $35 million per year neighborhood with $110 million in guarantees, of which $50 million was a signing bonus. $70 million was in the first two contract years. The contract would have made him the highest-paid QB in NFL history.

It's not about Dak returning and being his same elite self next year. If he does that, he'll be fine. I hope he does.

It's about the long-term financial risk he has now opened himself up to if he doesn't come back the same. If he doesn't have a great year next year. If he gets hurt again next year. That's the risk he took. If he's not comfortable with just being the highest-paid QB in NFL history with a 5-year deal with $110 mil guaranteed, and wants to risk it all to eek out a few million more, that's his choice, and more power to him. But anyone who thinks Dak doesn't wish he could go back a few months and accept that deal now is kidding themselves.

Of course Dallas will franchise him next year. Why wouldn't they? It's cheaper for them to do that than make him the same offer they already made. Or maybe Jerry decides he does want Dak locked up for the long term and offers him the same deal. One thing's for sure, Dak has a lot of time to sit there and rethink his approach as he watches from the sidelines and starts to realize that even though he's still young, he's not invincible.

Will be interesting to watch it play out regardless. My only gripe is with fans whining that this is somehow Jerry's fault and he should still just pay him because it's "the right thing to do", like Dak's some poor charity case and $175 mil is pocket change.
 
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Originally posted by reddogrw
Dallas has to franchise him at $37.7M+ or let him walk

Dak will be fully recovered before the next season starts

it's not about snapping his ankle - it's about leverage in contract negotiations

Dak had leverage either way next year - QB pricing keeps going up with each contract - Dallas fucked this up badly and now Dallas has to make a decision and may have to start over at QB


Team: Makes record breaking offer to mediocre QB

Mediocre QB: nahhhhhhhh man, I need one MORE year on that deal at the same rate!

Team: get fucked

The team did not fuck this up. They donít have to do shit, letting him walk and getting a cheaper option with better talent either via free agency or the draft might just be the best move right now.

Dad risked it all. He gambled, he lost. Dumbass. Fkn dumbass.
 
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Originally posted by reddogrw
if he doesn't get the deal he wants. he signs a franchise tag again and would easily get $40M as a free agent for whatever length he wanted

Jets, Jags, Bears....I mean the teams that would love to be done chasing their QB would be long


Theyíd still be chasing their QB. Dak ainít that great.
 
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Originally posted by reddogrw
you'll be surprised

$35-40M/year


He will never, EVER see that kind of money in a contract again. NEVER.

Any future contract will favor the team, and be 20 per season tops.
 
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Originally posted by YOM77
He will never, EVER see that kind of money in a contract again. NEVER.

Any future contract will favor the team, and be 20 per season tops.


No way. you're dead wrong haha.
 
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Originally posted by YOM77
Team: Makes record breaking offer to mediocre QB

Mediocre QB: nahhhhhhhh man, I need one MORE year on that deal at the same rate!

Team: get fucked

The team did not fuck this up. They donít have to do shit, letting him walk and getting a cheaper option with better talent either via free agency or the draft might just be the best move right now.

Dad risked it all. He gambled, he lost. Dumbass. Fkn dumbass.


dad.
 
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That offence could do very well with Dalton, or anyone for that matter. They are good.
If Dalton plays lights out this could get interesting quickly.

And LOL Cowboys!!

 
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One thing's for sure...this is way too much talk about a shitty 2-3 Cowboys team in the shittiest division in the NFL.
 
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Originally posted by Daedalus
One thing's for sure...this is way too much talk about a shitty 2-3 Cowboys team in the shittiest division in the NFL.


We could always talk about my shitty Eagles with shitty Carson Wentz taking 12 hrs per snap to throw the ball which usually ends up a sack or an interception.
 
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Originally posted by ewinter43
We could always talk about my shitty Eagles with shitty Carson Wentz taking 12 hrs per snap to throw the ball which usually ends up a sack or an interception.


not always, don't forget he sometimes overthrows wide open receivers
 
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