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  1. The offense sucks, teddy can't push the field and the best weapon on the field isn't being utilized as a receiver at all. Pretty disappointed tbh
  2. Since Bret Farves major contract in 2001, the highest paid QB's generally take up roughly 18-19% of the salary cap. Based on expected growth and current cap numbers, Mahomes contract is generally 18.75% of the total cap over life of the deal. Obviously if growth isn't what's expected that could change but this is probably the value QB's will be getting over the next few seasons.
  3. They become vested and fully guaranteed on the dates shown. The141m over the first three years is guaranteed for injury only at the start, with 63 fully guaranteed day 1. Then in year 2, that jumps to 100m fully guaranteed, 141 in year 3. 180m in year 4 and 183m in year 5. Those numbers are fully guaranteed on the dates above. Reason I say it's a 5 year deal worth 183m is the jump in guarantees over the following two seasons. It's entirely possible he sees 6 years and 222m but no way he hits year 7 and they pay him 52m for one season. Hell, at that point he would probably want a restructuring if he's playing well enough to keep the contract bonuses coming. They are also not traditional option bonuses but straight roster bonuses from what I gathered and understand, meaning if he's in the roster on day 3 he gets the bonus for the following season. On most of these bonuses he's getting paid 1-2 years in advanced.
  4. So in all actuality it's really a 5 year deal worth 183 million or a 3 year deal worth 141 million. Here's the rolling guaranteed numbers and when they are guaranteed at.
  5. 141 million injury guarantee and I'd be willing to bet that's in the first 2-3 years of the extension part of the deal and signing bonus. Found a breakdown. Roster option bonuses every year starting year 2. Which is the 5th year option. So it's guaranteed anyway, so really unconventional option roster bonuses start in year 3. Team has an out after year 5 it looks or year 3 of the extension portion of the contract. Only because 141 is guaranteed for injury and that's the first 5 years of the deal.
  6. Probably some weird language in this contract and also some injury protection for the team. I wouldn't be surprised if the actual contract was only 3-4 years fully guaranteed and then riddled with option bonuses thereafter. He and his agent get to tout largest sports contract ever and team gets some protection in case he's injured.
  7. Still think he's got to feel slighted by what the team offered him the past two offseasons. The team's offer if I understand correctly hasn't gone up that much from the 4 year 30 million they offered him last off season. 36 over 4, while Josh's agent is looking at between 14.3 and 15 a season.
  8. That might be the most misleading stat headed into SB50. Denver's defense sucked when it went against a top rushing offense. KC x2, Minny combined had 363 yards in 3 games. When they played Minny, another physical rushing attack they got gashed by AP. On top of that, they were fairly awful containing athletic Qb's. A. Smith 9 for 48 yards A. Luck 6 for 34 yards T. Bridgewater 3 for 23 yards None of those are even close to Cam and his rushing ability. Toping that off and adding a stat I posted earlier, the Panther's rushing attack thrives against 3-4 defenses to the tune of 151 yards per game.
  9. More stats going against Denver. AFC is 3-8 in 1 vs 1 SB matchups. Denver has lost all three times in it's 1 vs 1 SB matchups, getting blown out in all three games.
  10. If the Broncos normal run defense (the one that was gashed by KC and Minny for 397 yards in 3 games) shows up then the SB will be a bloodbath of epic proportions. The Panther's have a much better and vastly more diversified rushing attack then anything that Denver has seen all year. It controls the defensive line with out a snap being taken, the front 7 have to pause and identify the runner, the QB, and the option or if it's a pass play. That pause in the defenders allows the Panthers rushing attack to do three things. Eat clock, wear down the defense, and set up the play action passing game. Blitz or overload and you've already lost, get too aggressive in pass rush and not stay disciplined in gap control and you've already lost. Denvers defense will have to do what it hasnt all season (limit a good rushing team) and get constant pressure on Cam without sending extra defenders to win this game. That's not even mentioning that Denver's offense plays into the Panthers defensive approach. Just making it that much harder on Denver's defense. This is the worst possible NFC matchup for Denver's defense and I see no visible evidence based on Denver's past games this season to expect them to suddenly be able to stop a high grade power run team that's in the top ten in rushing. Edit: just to add a note Carolina ran for 900+ yards and a 151 rushing yards per game average against 3-4 teams in 2015 season.
  11. At least their qb can't run around like a headless chicken and Chuck it up loft style for big play after big play.
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