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Posted by: tsstamper ()
Date: June 27, 2019 01:27AM

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Posted by: tsstamper ()
Date: June 27, 2019 01:27AM

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Posted by: ChyrenB ()
Date: June 27, 2019 11:22AM

tsstamper Wrote:
> Read this story on NFL.com and it was just a sad,
> stark reminder of how truly far off we have been
> in our decades of desert-wandering. They have
> lost 2 TE (incl a future HoF), 3 OT, 2 WR (one a
> Phins cast-off)...one of the highest rated 2019
> FAs (Flowers). Heck, we've taken 2 of their
> cast-offs and are hoping they'll play meaningful
> parts for us in 2019. Meanwhile, I look at their
> projected 2019 starting offense, and every single
> one of them was originally drafted or undrafted FA
> by the Patriots.
> Van Noy points to Chung as one of the leaders who
> buy into and reinforce the culture. A safety
> drafted in 2009...pretty much career-long
> starter...with a 2019 cap figure of about $4.5
> million. We have Reshad Jones...drafted in
> 2010...quit on his team during a freakin game just
> last year...with a team-high 2019 cap figure of
> just over $17 million. We pay 4x the cap hit for
> a guy who's seemingly defiantly against whatever
> culture was set last year. I'm not saying the
> culture was good last year...just pointing out how
> messed up it is that the top cap-eater can flip
> the bird to coaches, fellow players and fans while
> his counterpart earns 75% less and has a handful
> of SB rings.
> Truly not a rant against Jones...it was just a
> very specific example that came to mind upon
> reading the article. I would have to say that, in
> my opinion, the #1 most important thing for the
> team in 2019 is to have the right culture
> instilled for long-term success.

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