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  1. Tommy Tremble is whom you seek. A good franchise that is well run identifies this player in the first round. Selects him in the first round. And receives the plaudits of how wonderful they are. Not that they care for any plaudits at all. Plaudits are a byproduct of success. And you welcome that. This franchise is somewhere between delusion and denial. This franchise is full of pride. I sat in the stands when Cam Heyward was still the next Ziggy Hood... hilarious. And said, they will waste his entire career with this strategy. And they have. Nowhere nearer to a championship as when they last sn
  2. @CearbhallI would move Kirk Cousins to Pittsburgh. The Steelers would move Ben to the Jets. Or he retires. And the Jets would send the Vikings the Giants 5th rd pick. Pittsburgh is a fringe prideful non-rebuilding type team. Kirk Cousins would work with a team that is committed to running the ball and controlling the clock, where Cousins only has to throw 20-25 times, like they did in the early part of Ben's career. They would then be able to move some of his money around making his year one cap hit more palatable. Adding future years to create some dead money and get out of the deal, if need
  3. STANDARD OFFSEASON SETUP Trade Ben saves $19m Cut Vince Williams after June 1st saves $5.5m Designate Haden and Nelson post June 1st cuts. Saves $11.2m each. Or $22.4m total Cut Ebron. Saves $6m Cut McDonald saves $5.2m Restructure Heyward saves $7.5m Restructure Tuitt saves $4m Cap Savings: $70m _____________________________________________ Ideas might include: Trade Pouncey saves $8m Draft Creed Humphrey 1st round Draft Pat Freiermuth early 2nd rd Trade
  4. The coach cultivates the culture. The GM forms the helix. You have no backbone, because you have no leadership. That's why you fold like a cheap suit.
  5. Collapses, players willingness to clown, and coaches willingness to leave points to a lack of leadership. No playoff wins in five years, despite the win pct. points to a good TEAM, not a good CULTURE.
  6. The crux is two fold.. I believe Tomlin's record is a byproduct of Kevin Colbert's ability to form teams. This is based in logic. Two rings. SB caliber teams year in and year out. Tomlin's playing down to opponents and playoff disappointments shows he's not a good coach. The proof is in the pudding. Given his inability to make logical decisions..
  7. Would you believe someone actually worthy of wearing the #1 jersey?
  8. So I got a little trade for you. The Dolphins trade their two first rd picks and the Texans 2nd rd pick to the NYJ to move up to two to draft Fields. [Part of a larger trade] And then you can lay off Tu'a for a mid-late 2nd rd pick. Still got a lot of picks to build around Fields and Flores.
  9. Ideas might include: Trade Pouncey saves $8m. Draft Creed Humphrey 1st round Draft Pat Freiermuth early 2nd rd Trade for AJ Dillon. Resign Cam Sutton Let Dupree and JuJu walk. Trade 2nd rd pick for JJ Watt Sign Trent Williams Trade for Kirk Cousins Trade for Richard Sherman expiring contract.
  10. Trade Ben saves $19m Cut Vince Williams after June 1st. Saves $5.5m Designate Haden and Nelson post June 1st cuts. Saves $11.2m each. Or $22.4m total. Cut Ebron. Saves $6m Cut McDonald saves $5.2m Restructure Heyward saves $7.5m Restructure Tuitt saves $4m
  11. Option A - trade Ben and he plays for new team at one year, $19m. He is a dead cap hit of $22.5m. Resulting in $19m of cap savings. Option B - combine $15m roster bonus and $3m of his $4m base salary. Add an extra year. Call it a team option of $25m and save $9m
  12. You can't trade him this year. OTC. You can't trade him after March 20, 2021. 2022 salary becomes guaranteed. Must trade before March 20, 2021. Resulting in dead money of $41m.
  13. Having 8 years of Cook and Stafford is more important than Harrison Smith.
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