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#15 : September 01, 2013, 01:32:02 PM

Based on his current contract he will probably make around the same amount he does now, due to the dark days before the rookie salary cap.


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#16 : September 01, 2013, 03:17:07 PM

According to PFF GMC was an All-pro snub so there's that

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#17 : September 01, 2013, 07:13:32 PM

Lol

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#18 : September 01, 2013, 11:53:43 PM

The potato in this thread needs more butter

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#19 : September 02, 2013, 12:27:34 AM

I'm not trading GMC for anything. Dude is about to enter his prime and by all accounts has been nearly unblockable this preseason. Him and Spence will be a powerful duo for years to come. Sign him to a 5 year contract, then debate trading him at the end of that contract. This next 5 years is probably going to be as good as he will ever be.

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#20 : September 02, 2013, 12:34:26 AM

No. Our run defense is pretty good. it wasn't even this good for most of the Monte Kiffin's days, and that all revolves around McCoy.

Sure he should have a few more sacks and a few more pressures, but it's unlikely that a first round pick and a few more million dollars would make this team better than it would be without McCoy.

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#21 : September 02, 2013, 02:08:48 AM

Only a total tard expects a dt to consistently get more than 6 sacks a year. Dt is measured by disruption, not sacks. Through out the entire nfls history only a handful of guys have gotten near or over double digit sacks.

Now he has to be one of the best of all time to justify his contract? A contract that was inflated due to the old change and hence a big sticking point as to why it was renegotiated. Holding guys or teams to that old horrible rookie pay scale is flat out retarded. Sam Bradford should've won 3 superbowls by now if that were the logic.



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#22 : September 02, 2013, 07:01:41 AM

Only a total tard expects a dt to consistently get more than 6 sacks a year. Dt is measured by disruption, not sacks. Through out the entire nfls history only a handful of guys have gotten near or over double digit sacks.

Now he has to be one of the best of all time to justify his contract? A contract that was inflated due to the old change and hence a big sticking point as to why it was renegotiated. Holding guys or teams to that old horrible rookie pay scale is flat out retarded. Sam Bradford should've won 3 superbowls by now if that were the logic.

Then we shouldn't have drafted him #3 overall.

And Rams should have drafted RGIII and traded Bradford.

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#23 : September 02, 2013, 07:05:20 AM

Only a total tard expects a dt to consistently get more than 6 sacks a year. Dt is measured by disruption, not sacks. Through out the entire nfls history only a handful of guys have gotten near or over double digit sacks.

Now he has to be one of the best of all time to justify his contract? A contract that was inflated due to the old change and hence a big sticking point as to why it was renegotiated. Holding guys or teams to that old horrible rookie pay scale is flat out retarded. Sam Bradford should've won 3 superbowls by now if that were the logic.

Then we shouldn't have drafted him #3 overall.

And Rams should have drafted RGIII and traded Bradford.
Why shouldn't we have drafted him at #3?

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#24 : September 02, 2013, 07:47:51 AM

Only a total tard expects a dt to consistently get more than 6 sacks a year. Dt is measured by disruption, not sacks. Through out the entire nfls history only a handful of guys have gotten near or over double digit sacks.

Now he has to be one of the best of all time to justify his contract? A contract that was inflated due to the old change and hence a big sticking point as to why it was renegotiated. Holding guys or teams to that old horrible rookie pay scale is flat out retarded. Sam Bradford should've won 3 superbowls by now if that were the logic.

I can live with the sacks but not 23 tackles...the fact he is our best dlineman is sad. Hopefully he can actually get his hands on people this year.

But no the draft is a crap shoot. No way I would trade him for a maybe. At least we know geraldine is at least solid when healthy.

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#25 : September 02, 2013, 09:36:44 AM

McCoy's problem last year was that AC was hurt and nobody else could get after the QB.  Opposing teams threw a house at him every play.  With AC back, Spence looking good, and a few options on the other end I think McCoy is going to have a good year.  Either that or everyone else will- and it will be because of McCoy.

As for the origional question- no I would not trade him for a first.  We would just spend that pick on a dline and hope he is as good as McCoy.

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#26 : September 02, 2013, 09:45:31 AM

if McCoy is a top 100 player you dont trade him, you sign him.

If McCoy is a top 100 player he would be glued to quarterbacks.
If McCoy wasn't a top 100 player, why would a team offer a first round pick?

Using my example of 14-18, there's a 95+% chance those players won't be top 100 players either. So there goes that logic.

He's still a good player, I just think he's better suited as a 3-4 end. Barring any major breakthroughs in his play, we're better off with the extra cap room and pick. There isn't any value in paying a guy $13M for 5 sacks.

A DT's value is not measured in the number of sacks he gets...

keeping the LBs clean and plugging running lanes are their first priority...


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#27 : September 02, 2013, 10:01:41 AM

Lets see it only took Tampa 6 years to find the Warren Sapp void. (a long-term UT starter) Lets just dump McCoy and contend in 2017.

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#28 : September 02, 2013, 10:26:57 AM

If McCoy has the same season from a motor standpoint and this secondary is as good as some of think it can be; I predict double digit sacks.
He pressured / hit the qb so many times last year. He was the best player IMO on our defense (David a close second). You don't give that away (ala Revis)


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#29 : September 02, 2013, 10:27:42 AM

McCoy's base salary is going to be less if he re-signs than his rookie contract.  A no brainer to re-sign unless he crashes and burns.

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