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If the Glazers are going to spend that kinda scratch......build the lines. Obviously the D-Line, but hell, I wouldeven be happy with a big FA O-lineman over a DB.
I'm all for it, however it is very unlikely. Just think, almost every team not named the raiders will be courting scrabble. Not only will that drive his price way up, he might want to go to the near sure thing where he believes he would have the best chance to win a superbowl. While we are all optimistic, we are biased, we aren't there yet. I would love the pickup though.
im all for it, but certainly dont expect it. we shouldnt break the bank for any player. chemistry is most important imo. nmandi-talib as starters, barber as nickel with special packages, and biggers-lewis for depth. would be great. but as mentioned, you dont pay him 10x as much as the next guy on the roster. also, i dont think he has ever left california.
You pay the guy if he is worth 10 times as the guy next to him, which he clearly is.
If we don't even attempt to go after nmandi, I'll have questions about this regime.
Quote from: Boid Fink on January 09, 2011, 07:20:05 PMYou pay the guy if he is worth 10 times as the guy next to him, which he clearly is.i dont think he is worth 10x what talib is worth, or 10x what barber is worth to this team. i dont think he is worth 10x what freeman or blount is/will be worth. if the team breaks the bank for 1 player i could see that as a potential chemistry divide. i offer the guy a lot, but he probably gets an astronomical deal.that said, id love to have the guy. high character player. but personally just dont agree with breaking the bank.
The patriots are the kings of the build through the draft and not overpaying for players module. However, when adalius thomas hit free agency, they went after him and paid big money for him.