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49ers want first for Jimmy G


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18 minutes ago, Trainwreck said:

Guess what team might be stupid enough to do that deal? David Tepper’s Panthers. 

I love this team but I’ll burn all my gear and cheer for anyone else if we made that move. 

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5 hours ago, BrianS said:

When healthy, the dude is a high end starter.  Not elite, but high end.  That's worth something.

However, every other team can read the writing.  JimmyG only has 2.8 million in dead cap, but 24 million in salary.  The construction of that contract was genius.  They own him for the next two years . . . if they want him.  If not, he can be cut with basically zero consequences.

Unfortunately, for us to trade for him, Teddy has to be part of the deal.  Thus, Teddy + a first for JimmyG is probably about right.  No, JimmyG alone isn't worth it, but to the Panthers, that's not the deal.  If we were a team with cap space, maybe a third would do it.  We're not that team.

I would say he is above average, but I cringe a little bit at calling him high end. A high end talent wouldn't have overshot what probably would have been a game-winning throw in the Super Bowl. 

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7 hours ago, bythenbrs said:

I half jokingly reminded Mrs. Nbrs that Good Friday is still Friday, and that means date night.  I got the above response.  Should I interpret that as a 'no'?

Take charge

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18 hours ago, Aquemini said:

Jimmy G's Super Bowl year he accounted for 28 TD - 13 giveaways ..

Cam this past season accounted for 21 TD - 11 giveaways

So Jimmy net 5 more TD in a Super Bowl year, than Cam did in his supposed 'awful' 2020

Jimmy is made of glass, too.

People don’t realize Cam only accounted for a few less TDs than Tom in his last season with NE

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San Francisco has a bit of leverage. Trading him compared to cutting him doesn't save money, so it wouldn't be a cap saving measure. And they see value in keeping him as an ideal bridge for whoever they draft at 3. So while I think there's certainly an element of starting the negotiating price high, I don't think it's a Carson Wentz situation where they're going to trade him no matter what, taking the best offer they can find. I think internally they'd probably take less ,like a 2 or a conditional 3rd, but I think if the best offer is a conditional 4th, which may be, they'd just as well hold onto him.

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54 minutes ago, AceBoogie said:

People don’t realize Cam only accounted for a few less TDs than Tom in his last season with NE

And that Cam had a better completion % than Brady this season. While Brady had All-Pro targets and Cam had squat.

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