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#3038609 Godfrey Question for the Cap Experts

Posted by UNCrules2187 on 23 October 2014 - 01:01 PM

He would have counted for $4.1m in salary next year, $3m in dead money. So we net out and gain $1.1m in cap space for next year, I believe.




#3038500 This might be the week the NFC South bounces back.

Posted by UNCrules2187 on 23 October 2014 - 11:41 AM

Saints will get smoked by GB.

 

Detroit's pass rush will eat Matt Ryan alive.

 

Bucs and Vikes are two terrible teams, so Bucs might have a chance.

 

I would love nothing more than another 1-3 NFCS week, with Carolina being the only victor.

 

I don't care what others think about the division.




#3037528 Gameplan for Wilson?

Posted by UNCrules2187 on 22 October 2014 - 04:58 PM

Yep. Keep him in the pocket. Contain, contain, contain. D-line need to drill that into their heads. 




#3036950 Bad Hurney Contracts: Who's Left?

Posted by UNCrules2187 on 22 October 2014 - 11:10 AM

We all know about CJ and the RB's, that's been discussed to death. But the numbers for both Kalil and Davis are much too high as well. I'm sorry, but 10 million allocated to a 4-3 OLB and over 11 million for a center are just crazy numbers. Neither of those are considered critical positions in today's NFL. 

 

Gettleman has some very tough decisions to make. I expect he is going to become less popular around here short of us winning a Super Bowl.

 

We'd save $4.5m by cutting Thomas Davis, but considering the state of our secondary, we need Luke and TD to cover them up. I think it's more likely Davis either restructures or takes a pay cut. It's also the last year of his contract next season. 

 

I think Kalil will be fine - he's hampered by the total slop around him. When we had Velasco and Turner alongside him vs Cincy, he looked pretty good. Also, it'd actually cost us about $300k in cap space to cut Kalil this offseason. Doesn't really make sense to cut him when he's the only guy on the offensive line worth anything.




#3035930 Bad Hurney Contracts: Who's Left?

Posted by UNCrules2187 on 21 October 2014 - 05:02 PM

There's also these guys named Newton and Kuechly that they'd like to sign to long-term deals sometime in the next few years.

 

You might have heard of them.

 

Nah man, everything happens in a one-year vacuum.

 

Who gives a poo about long-term planning!!




#3035879 Bad Hurney Contracts: Who's Left?

Posted by UNCrules2187 on 21 October 2014 - 04:37 PM

I'm not so sure we keep Johnson going forward.

 

People have been speculating on when Williams or Stewart (or both) will be jettisoned for years.

 

I don't know if we can afford to cut him...according to spotrac his dead money hit next year is $14m. At least he's still useful. I think it's more likely he's kept and Hardy walks.




#3035854 Bad Hurney Contracts: Who's Left?

Posted by UNCrules2187 on 21 October 2014 - 04:21 PM

I would say DeAngelo and J-Stew.

 

I think Chuck was paid fair market value. If we didn't give him that deal, Atlanta would have. I think its obvious he's playing through injury right now.

 

Kalil isn't a bad contract. His play is suffering from the play of those around him. Not a surprise given every other player around him going forward is either an UDFA, a rookie, or both.




#3035816 Godfrey Released

Posted by UNCrules2187 on 21 October 2014 - 04:04 PM

Steve Reed ‏@SteveReedAP  3m3 minutes ago

Charles Godfrey ranks among the worst DBs in the league in 2014 allowing 93.3 percent completions, second-worst in NFL, according to STATS.
 
Steve Reed ‏@SteveReedAP  2m2 minutes ago
Godfrey has been targeted 15 times and given up 14 completions, according to STATS. Also given up 3 TD passes.
 
Steve Reed ‏@SteveReedAP  1m1 minute ago
Opposing quarterbacks have a QB rating of 149.9 when throwing against Godfrey, also second-worst among DBs in the NFL, per STATS.
 
lol holy fug



#3035708 Why don't we try out Micheal Sam?

Posted by UNCrules2187 on 21 October 2014 - 03:29 PM

I'm under no delusions that Sam could come right on the active roster and provide an immediate impact, but hey, why not take the chance? What's the worst that happens? Our 29th ranked defense falls to 30 or 31? Whopdee fuging doo.




#3035616 Why don't we try out Micheal Sam?

Posted by UNCrules2187 on 21 October 2014 - 03:06 PM

Meh, he can't be any worse than Wes Horton. 

 

Hell, he may be better than Kony Ealy.




#3035139 Panthers trying out DBs?

Posted by UNCrules2187 on 21 October 2014 - 12:20 PM

Yeah, but that's why I mentioned a two or three year deal.  He got some absolute steals with last year's one-year guys.  This season?  LOL.

 

Meh, hindsight is 20/20. If we signed Mitchell, Captain, Ginn, etc. to 3-year deals and they sucked last season, everyone would be all like "LOL DOLLAR STORE DAVE HE WAS SUPPOSED TO CLEAN UP THE CAP BUT HE JUST CLOGGED IT UP LIKE HURNDAWG"




#3035117 Panthers trying out DBs?

Posted by UNCrules2187 on 21 October 2014 - 12:07 PM

Rehashing the Gamble poo again? I think given the fact that he decided to retire THREE DAYS after he was cut despite a number of teams interested in signing him that the guy was ready to hang 'em up anyway. Don't act like Gettleman ran the guy out of the building.




#3034858 We SHOULD win the NFC South

Posted by UNCrules2187 on 21 October 2014 - 10:32 AM

8-7-1 should be the minimum goal. Back to back winning seasons and playoffs by the slimmest of margins, for sure, but I don't care. Get into the playoffs and anything can happen.




#3033537 jonathan stewart vs fozzy

Posted by UNCrules2187 on 20 October 2014 - 04:06 PM

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#3033450 thomas davis speaks

Posted by UNCrules2187 on 20 October 2014 - 03:25 PM

Ah yes, the age old Pittsburgh gave him 25 million argument!

Riddle me this batman, does he even get offered 25 million if we lock him up during the season????? If the FO would have extended his contract in season, LIKE THEY SHOULD HAVE, then Mitchell would still be here! He would have never even been able to test FA and he would have stayed. He loved this team!

Put that in your pipe and smoke it Gettlemagic lovers

 

He came here on a one-year deal to prove that he was worth a big contract. I doubt he was going to extend mid-season on cheaper terms when the sole reason he took a one year deal was to land himself a big payday.






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