Anybody that's singin "something is better than nothing" is absolutely right... And it is better than getting nothing for him... But that's NOT my argument. My argument is that he is still worth more than that, and we COULD have and SHOULD have gotten more.
How could we?
How should we?
If no team was willing to give more than the Giants, how could or should we have gotten more? If we can decide what other teams want to give for our players, then we COULD and SHOULD trade Fua for 8 1st round picks.
The market set the price, you just have to deal with it.
Considering how this board looked like after the Bills game, name and country on your pass port should not have anything to do with you being a real fan of the Panthers or the NFL as a whole.
I live in Denmark, I cant count the numbers of times I have been sitting up in the middle of the night watching draft, games or hitting the F5 on Zod or Kurbs twitter account in TC getting all the news of my team. I have been to 3 live Panthers games ( two in Charlotte and one in Kansas ). Going from Europe to the States to whatch a fuging game is no small thing and it cost a farm, but I love it and will soon be going again.
BTW. The game in London do not only attract people from London or GB, but people from all over Europe and if The Panthers would to play a game there, atleast it will be sold out for a change and the fans will be loud and standing up.
But I would much rather go see a Panthers game in Charlotte than London. And the thought about a NFL team in London or any place in Europe is just damn stupid. I would rather the NFL would try to make a European league again.
No I'm saying that you can't blame the Raiders rushing defense on one player. That's essentially what you are implying.
And this isn't even worth arguing because any intelligent person would tell you that the 2X All Pro Coleman was better than Jenkins.
How in the world did you come to that sorry ass conclusion? I have not mentioned Raiders with one word. He got pushed around in the run game because of his size. He was a pure gap shooter and that was pretty much his game.