Yeah I was wondering about that myself when I saw it live. You can't intentionally bat balls out like that. Refs huddle up to discuss after the play, still nothing. Under 2 minutes so booth can review it if they want, nothing. Hawks get gifted another W from the refs.
Ohh yes all the Bucs tears http://www.pewterreport.com/forum/index.php/topic,1327221.0.html One fan saying he's about to "walk the plank", another calling for them to get Gruden back, so all in all just a typical thread for Melts-at-room-temperature Report.
There are plenty of DEs in NFL history that have flashed a few sacks over a couple games, looked like future pro-bowlers, and then faded into oblivion and never amounted to anything. With these guys you'll usually see that the sacks they managed were the only positive plays they had and they were locked down the rest of the time. Delaire however was beating his man damn near every play. If looked like we had a 2013 Greg Hardy out there. He absolutely abused every OT the Bucs threw at him, it was ridiculous. We got a starting guard as an UDFA, a starting RT off the Rams practice squad and now it looks like Gettleman has done it again with Delaire. Hell of an eye for talent.
so somehow it's totally different if the guy is technically under contract (even though his salary jumps 1000%) and the team ends up cutting him after one year. but hey if he's a free agent to begin with well that's just terrible team management huh lol ok
wait a second, you have to consider cap implications when giving a player a contract extension? well i'm glad you're here to tell me these things and feel free to email Gettleman telling him about his "poor team management" trading a 6th for Allen, seeing as how his base salary jumps 1000% next year and we're most likely only keeping him for one season
yeah no shtt, that's why your whole "never trade for a guy that's a free agent next year" statement is completely wrong. you just workout an extension during the trade negotiations, not complicated here
uhhh who wants to trade for boldin? he'd be at best a marginal upgrade and not any kind of long term solution. definitely not worth giving up draft picks/cap space and having to go through the period of integrating him into the offense