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I am just saying. The Cowboys are the kings of excess. Everyone overpays in FA because every fan looks at what people made last year and compare. We needed a WR to strech the feild and we got him. No WR in FA, save Moss who we weren't going to get, can strech the field like Berrian. We needed him and we payed for him. I do not believe we got a bargain nor do I believe it is a waste of money.
Oh and you way overate Jackson. He is a waste of a first rounder, though I would use a second one him.
What kind of contract do you think Antonio Bryant wants?
The Bills seem as if they are very interested in him.
Originally Posted by scottyboy
my lord...I cannot imagine such a world where I can mention Raymell Rice's thighs around a girl and not be the only one sexually aroused
But for everyone reading this in Buffalo and Cleveland and everywhere else, take solace in the following: As crazy as it sounds, you're lucky. Your Mount Everest experience is still ahead of you. It's waiting, and it's glorious.- Bill Simmons
If Anderson gets traded it will obviously be for a draft pick. And it would have to be a first rounder.
Savage is not going to trade his QB now for an unknown pick. He will wait for the #17 overall pick in the draft (for example) to come up. He will then see if the player or players he wants are still on the board, then he will chose weather to trade DA.
He wont just make the trade not knowing who is on the board. He also did not make Andersons first payment wait until April (draft time) for no reason. If he truely wanted to keep DA why prolong the payment?
Flozell Adams is washed up and false starts every other play. By the sounds of things the majority of Cowboys fans didn't even want him back.
He's also making as much as Leonard Davis, a right guard, so yes...the Cowboys waste a lot of money too.
I don't want to change the topic of this thread, but Cowboys fans did not want to see him leave. We're in "win now" mode and neither Doug Free or Pat McQuistan are our ideas of a starting LT right now. I'll say this... we didn't want to sign him to a 6 year deal, that's for sure. But with only 15M of it guaranteed and an uncapped season on the loom for 2011, his financial numbers are actually very acceptable. $3.6 million in 2008 and '09. He got $13 million to sign and guaranteed $1 million base salaries the next two years.
He actually had 9 false starts which is not a good number by any means, but he also allowed the least amount of sacks of all NFC East LTs at 3.5.
How Flozell Adams' statistics compared to his NFC East peers last season:
Player, Team G-GS Pen-Yds False starts Holding Sacks allowed
Flozell Adams, Dallas 16-16 14-95 9 5 3 ½
Chris Samuels, Washington 16-16 5-24 5 0 5
David Diehl, NY Giants 16-16 6-40 4 2 13 ½
William Thomas, Philadelphia 15-15 3-15 3 0 7