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im officially a jaguars fan now...bye bye terrible ravens who waste draft picks on horrible players...the only way the ravens could make this up to me would be by drafting quentin groves or brandon flowers, then i MIGHT forgive them
Hey, at least you were right about Brandon Flowers being a stud!
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I'd rather have Blaine Gabbert than Tim Tebow. Why? Because no one will want to kill me when I cut Blaine Gabbert.
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http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...-arnaz-battle/

The Steelers have started the cutting process. Bryant McFadden and Arnaz Battle are the first two casualties.
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I'd rather have Blaine Gabbert than Tim Tebow. Why? Because no one will want to kill me when I cut Blaine Gabbert.
Not to mention, Tebow is a better passer.

No really though, check the stats.
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Not to mention, Tebow is a better passer.

No really though, check the stats.
I cannot argue with this.
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The Steelers have started the cutting process. Bryant McFadden and Arnaz Battle are the first two casualties.
not surprising, here is to cutting Kemo next.
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Old 02-09-2012, 08:38 AM    (permalink
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Couple of interesting nuggets:

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...or-wes-welker/

Greg Bedard of the Boston Globe reports that the "Patriots WILL, not might but WILL," put the franchise tag on Wes Welker.

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Sounds ugly.

http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com...t-open-market/

Also, the Chargers are not expected to use the tag on Vincent Jackson, so he will be a free agent.
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The issue with Welker is that he's clearly deserving of a contract extension but he's probably going to want a longer deal than it is reasonable to pay a 31-year old wide receiver (his age at the start of the 2012 season) who takes a lot of punishment going over the middle. My idea of a reasonable contract for both sides would be something along the lines of three years and $24-27 million.
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The issue with Welker is that he's clearly deserving of a contract extension but he's probably going to want a longer deal than it is reasonable to pay a 31-year old wide receiver (his age at the start of the 2012 season) who takes a lot of punishment going over the middle. My idea of a reasonable contract for both sides would be something along the lines of three years and $24-27 million.
There's no denying that his production is phenomenal and he's the best at that "slot guy over the middle" role.

But, for the kind of money being talked about with a 31 year old WR and the amount the franchise tag would require him to be paid...I'd honestly consider letting him go.

Obviously, another guy wouldn't be able to match his production exactly, but if you were to say, slot Edelman into that role and then use the money you save to go after a Vincent Jackson or a Mike Wallace, I think you'll have a better overall gain for your offense.

Plus you have the TEs to help out in the possession receiving game.
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Boldin got 4/28 with similar wear and tear, add a few mil for inflation and because he is a better player, 4/35 seems about right
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...I'd honestly consider letting him go.

Obviously, another guy wouldn't be able to match his production exactly, but if you were to say, slot Edelman into that role and then use the money you save to go after a Vincent Jackson or a Mike Wallace, I think you'll have a better overall gain for your offense.

Plus you have the TEs to help out in the possession receiving game.
I agree with that for sure.
If they swapped Edelman into that role and added a deep threat like V-Jack or Wallace, imagine that offense with the healthy TE's back.

I don't see Wallace ending up there, but Jackson seems plausible.
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if edelman had the full-time role, i don't think you'd see a bit of difference. and i don't believe that welker would be anywhere near as effective if he left new england. the pats should just be done with him and use the money elsewhere.
Well, I think there would still be some drop off.

Welker and that offense are perfect for eachother. I don't think Edelman would catch 122 passes for 1500 yards, but would something like 80 catches for 1000 be unreasonable? I don't think so.

And if you get that production out of Edelman, plus pick up a deep threat with the money you save by letter Welker go, the overall gain for the offense would be a lot better than simply bringing Welker back plus some 2nd or 3rd (or worse) tier FA like a Brandon Lloyd.

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I agree with that for sure.
If they swapped Edelman into that role and added a deep threat like V-Jack or Wallace, imagine that offense with the healthy TE's back.

I don't see Wallace ending up there, but Jackson seems plausible.
I'm leading the crusade for the Pats to steal Wallace from the Steelers. It would be so epic. That offense would be un-*******-stoppable.
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Yeah, I don't think the Pats would be foolish to move on.
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i dunno. i think welker is talented, but i think the only reason his numbers look that good is scheme. this is a scheme that the pats were perfecting for years before they had a proper slot receiver, and i don't think edelman is really that much less talented than welker that he couldn't put up the same numbers. further, i think welker goes to another team and turns into eddie royal. not bad, but not a whole lot better than average as a #3 wr.
WW absolutely killed the Patriots whenever we played him before BB went out and got him. I think he'd produce just about anywhere as long as he has a competent QB throwing him the ball.
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Neither do I, but I wouldn't like him to play for anyone but the Patriots. However, if we could franchise him and get a first plus something extra I wouldn't be opposed to it. I think other players would step up and Brady would adjust nicely to not having Welker.
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WW absolutely killed the Patriots whenever we played him before BB went out and got him. I think he'd produce just about anywhere as long as he has a competent QB throwing him the ball.

Neither do I, but I wouldn't like him to play for anyone but the Patriots. However, if we could franchise him and get a first plus something extra I wouldn't be opposed to it. I think other players would step up and Brady would adjust nicely to not having Welker.
You're not going to get a first for a franchised 31 year old 5'10 WR who wants to be paid big money in a long term deal.

So scratch that idea out of your head right now.
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You guys are either underestimating Welker or overestimating Edelman. Edelman is serviceable. He's not close to being WW in the slot.

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So scratch that idea out of your head right now.
It only takes one team... but I agree. I could still see him being traded though.


I'd personally like him to stay, we have the cap space to keep him and add pieces.
If he's going to L.Mankins' it up though... no thank you
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You guys are either underestimating Welker or overestimating Edelman. Edelman is serviceable. He's not close to being WW in the slot.
Like I said, I wouldn't see Edelman getting 120 catches and 1500 yards. But if you put him in Welker's role and added Vincent Jackson over the top, I think Edelman would get 80 catches and 100 yards to go along with what Jackson and the TEs would provide.

It would be an overall greater benefit to your offense than resigning Welker for top 5 WR money and making do with someone lesser as a deep threat.
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Hell, sign Steve Smith on the cheap and let him work out of the slot. He did the same **** In NY that Welker does for NE.
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Seriously, if Welker's content with the whole hold out thing, let him go, and get yourself Mike Wallace, re-up Branch at a fair deal, draft someone like Tommy Streeter to develop.
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Seriously, if Welker's content with the whole hold out thing, let him go, and get yourself Mike Wallace, re-up Branch at a fair deal, draft someone like Tommy Streeter to develop.
He and Ryan Mallett (whose name I brainfarted on so I googled "cokehead from Arkansas" and reminded myself) will be hooking up for big scores in 2 years when Belichick trades Brady just before he starts his decline.
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OMG, an offense with Mallett, Wallace, Streeter, and teh Gronkzz would be so tits.

9 routes all day, baby! Hit dem fadez.
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Like I said, I wouldn't see Edelman getting 120 catches and 1500 yards. But if you put him in Welker's role and added Vincent Jackson over the top, I think Edelman would get 80 catches and 100 yards to go along with what Jackson and the TEs would provide.

It would be an overall greater benefit to your offense than resigning Welker for top 5 WR money and making do with someone lesser as a deep threat.
Bolded: If he does this then he'll be the worst receiver in the league :)

Seriously though, 80/1000 is still too much imo. 50/60 and 700 (Branch like numbers) is what I'd expect with Hernandez/Gronk/(FA deep threat pick up; Wallace or VJax would be ideal) picking up the slack left over Welker missing.
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