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15 minutes ago, Double Trouble said:

you beat me lol. anyways, good stuff.

this is 2 threads worthy

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Just now, Lumps said:

JR's blunder*

There is a reason this signing was a HUGE outlier/anomaly from everything Gettle and everyone he signed.

And what evidence do you have?

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1 minute ago, Lumps said:

JR's blunder*

There is a reason this signing was a HUGE outlier/anomaly from everything Gettle and everyone he signed.

Normally I’d agree but he back the brinks up for solder too, and his moves in Ny are similar to the ones here 

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Just now, pantherj said:

And what evidence do you have?

After 20+ years of JR and watching Gettle for a few years, and even now with the Giants, I can connect the dots.

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1 minute ago, Cpt slay a ho said:

Normally I’d agree but he back the brinks up for solder too, and his moves in Ny are similar to the ones here 

He's blowing up the Giants, not signing players like this. And he never has. Except this one, single time. Not similar at all.

Hurney making better moves without JR hovering.

I'm not a Gettle fan but I've been here to long to believe otherwise.

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1 minute ago, Lumps said:

He's blowing up the Giants, not signing players like this. And he never has. Except this one, single time. Not similar at all.

Hurney making better moves without JR hovering.

I'm not a Gettle fan but I've been here to long to believe otherwise.

Fair enough, but the Odell situation, Collins and solder contract look similar to the Norman situation, Smith, and kalil contract 

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7 minutes ago, Captain Morgan said:

Jourdan Rodrigue Retweeted Jourdan Rodrigue

This post June1 designation means the Panthers save about $7 million this year, eat $5 million in 2019 and $9 million in 2020. Apologies for prior confusing phrasing.

Jourdan Rodrigue added,

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I'm told this IS a June 1st designation.
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Lol, she must have read one of my posts.

Anyway, I’m here to celebrate in both threads. fug yeah!

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4 minutes ago, Lumps said:

He's blowing up the Giants, not signing players like this. And he never has. Except this one, single time. Not similar at all.

Hurney making better moves without JR hovering.

I'm not a Gettle fan but I've been here to long to believe otherwise.

OT Nate Solder - 4 year, 62 million

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8 minutes ago, Cpt slay a ho said:

Fair enough, but the Odell situation, Collins and solder contract look similar to the Norman situation, Smith, and kalil contract 

It's gonna be funny when Gettleman brings KB and kalil in for tryouts 

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10 minutes ago, pantherj said:

And what evidence do you have?

Daryl Williams

Trai Turner

Taylor Moton

Andrew Norwell

Michael Oher

And, to a lesser extent, Mike Remners (who was at minimun a competent OT for Carolina)

There isn’t a long list of OL that Gettleman signed that got a decent amount of playing time that were BAD. I only have one name:

Matt Kalil

A bit of a weird outlier, I think.

 

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Just now, Cpt slay a ho said:

Fair enough, but the Odell situation, Collins and solder contract look similar to the Norman situation, Smith, and kalil contract 

Kind of my point...

I have no problem arguing Gettle could possibly be too cautious, too cheap about his moves.

He cut OBJ, Smith, Norman and Collins like nothing, actual productive players.

But he signs Ryan's brother here to a outlandish contract for an olineman coming off injury who hasn't done anything? (all around the same time olsen and TD whine about an extension that got granted?)

Call me paranoid but I find it suspicious.

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