I understand, however, we are paying him to win, and to win consistently for a long time....that means you have to thrive from the pocket. If Cam ever really picks up the nuances of QB play, he will be almost impossible to stop, but as of now....he can be stopped. Let's refine him, not allow him to do as so many "running QB's" have done in the past.
Good to hear. Cam needs to be forced to learn the nuances of the professional passing game. We just locked him up for a long time, for a lot of money. We will need for him to become a complete passer, or we will continue to struggle in the playoffs.
I'm not convinced that we have to have a rookie UDFA RB be able to block like Stew to keep him on the team. Also, I'm not 100% convinced that Stew isn't a 3 down back. We sure as hell are paying him like one.
I'm not saying that they aren't trying to help, just that they aren't efficient what so ever. They are bogged down by miles and miles of red tape, and continue to try their best to undermine anything you are trying to do so they can justify their positions.
No, just correcting Panthro's numbers. I do think that we need to do away with loopholes, figure out how to actually tax the wealthy...not the "rich" and middle class as much, etc.....but I don't think that the "poor" need to be paying less taxes, and I do think that everyone should have some skin in the game. I don't support a flat tax, I'm more of a fair tax guy, and I'm all for anything that would promote more Americans to save money, which I think the fair tax does.
If my math is correct, with just the standard deduction someone making 20k would pay roughly $990 per year in federal income taxes, or a little less than 5% or so. With any kids...god forbid, it drops more. The "working poor" in this country don't really pay that much to the fed, much like the uber wealthy.