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  1. What are you basing this off of? The Buccaneers have a ton of key FAs this offseason including Shaquil Barrett, Lavonte David, Rob Gronkowski, Ndamukong Suh, Leonard Fournette, Antonio Brown, Rakeem Nunez-Roches, Ryan Succop, and Chris Godwin.
  2. You either have the most selective memory in history or you're literally talking without any knowledge of the Packers. Outside of Randy Moss, who was the best WR that Tom Brady played with over his career in New England? Not TEs, but legitimate WRs. He's had an amazing career throwing to the likes of Julian Edelman, Brandin Cooks, Danny Amendola, and Wes Welker. Good receivers who were made to look great by Tom Brady. On the other hand, Rodgers has had Jordy Nelson, Randall Cobb, and Davante Adams.
  3. The odds of Rodgers being dealt this offseason are less than 1% if he doesn't ask for a trade. The cap savings are minimal at best (around $6M), and you're drastically worse.
  4. A dozen threads all discussing the exact same thing isn't really needed.
  5. Have you looked at what pass rushers get in FA? Jamie Collins was given $10M/year and he posted 1 sack this season. Shaq Lawson was given $10M/year, he posted 4 sacks. Robert Quinn was given $14M/year and he got 2 sacks. This notion that there are bargain EDGE rushers who are "starting-caliber" is a myth. Pass rushers get overpaid in FA because they legitimately good ones are locked up before they hit FA.
  6. It's literally a numbers' game. Unless you want Gary and Za'Darius Smith playing 80%+ of the defensive snaps, you're going to have to rely on EDGE3. Right now, if you release Preston Smith who is EDGE3? Based on the current roster, I'd say it's probably Randy Ramsey but I don't feel very confident with that prediction. But there's the draft, but as I've mentioned before rookie pass rushers outside of the top of the draft usually don't produce much. You're banking on a Year 2 or Year 3 jump. Let's look at the Day 2 EDGE and look at what they produced this past season. Yetur Gross-Mos
  7. It's not the refs jobs to decide if it's an egregious foul or a regular foul. A foul is a foul is a foul. If you grab the jersey and impede the ability of the receiver to make a play on the ball as SMB did on Lazard, that's DPI. That was DPI on Kevin King. The problem was the refs decided early on to let the players play, which I have absolutely ZERO issues with. The last thing I want to see is the refs get flag happy and take away the players from playing. But then they chose in that particular situation to throw a flag despite MULTIPLE DPIs happening throughout the game? Get out of he
  8. The only way Rodgers is traded is if Rodgers asks to be traded.
  9. I think best case scenario, he gets fired sometime late Wednesday. If he's not fired by the end of the week, he's probably not.
  10. And I think that's the discussion that is going to be had with Preston. For $16M, is he worth that for the lack of production he had? Probably not. But he's also smart enough to know that EDGE will always get paid. He's a year removed from a 12 sack season. Someone will pay him.
  11. That's also partially because the Packers have historically not given out 3rd contracts. I believe the list aside from Rodgers includes Jordy Nelson (released), AJ Hawk (released), and Charles Woodson (released). I'm sure there's more, but those ones immediately come to mind. The Packers usually don't hand out 3rd contracts to their own players they've drafted, and they're even less likely to see the end of their 3rd contract. Rodgers is the only one I believe has finished out their 3rd contract.
  12. The Packers had the #1 offense this year despite his "mediocre" receiving corps. We've seen Tom Brady make a career of it with "mediocre" receivers.
  13. It's literally talking heads looking for clicks. The only way Rodgers it out of Green Bay this offseason is if Rodgers asks to be traded.
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