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Will the HAWKS get any more super bowls with Wilson?

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  • BleachedAnusDawgBleachedAnusDawg Posts: 1,217
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    Dan Patrick agrees with me

    Colin Cowherd says sign him


    Great excuses though. Maybe if he didn't hold the damn ball all day he wouldn't look so pathetic

    I'm not a Hook, but if you put Wilson on the Rams and Goff on the Hawks you are looking at a shiny trophy in LA right now while Seattle is drafting in the top-10 of the 1st round.
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  • PurpleJPurpleJ Posts: 30,240
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    Dan Patrick agrees with me

    Colin Cowherd says sign him


    Great excuses though. Maybe if he didn't hold the damn ball all day he wouldn't look so pathetic

    I'm not a Hook, but if you put Wilson on the Rams and Goff on the Hawks you are looking at a shiny trophy in LA right now while Seattle is drafting in the top-10 of the 1st round.
    Bullshit!
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  • HillsboroDuckHillsboroDuck Posts: 8,274
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    Dan Patrick agrees with me

    Colin Cowherd says sign him


    Great excuses though. Maybe if he didn't hold the damn ball all day he wouldn't look so pathetic

    I'm not a Hook, but if you put Wilson on the Rams and Goff on the Hawks you are looking at a shiny trophy in LA right now while Seattle is drafting in the top-10 of the 1st round.
    Rather easily
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 41,006
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    Beat the Rams then pop off
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  • RoadDawg55RoadDawg55 Posts: 20,313
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    I really think there is a change in thinking with NFL teams. Teams are starting to realize you’re sometimes better off drafting a QB and having him at a low number and stacking your roster.

    That’s what the Seahawks originally did with Russell Wilson. That’s what the Eagles did, and it’s why the Rams did last year. The Bears are attempting to do it, but Trubisky sucks.
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  • HillsboroDuckHillsboroDuck Posts: 8,274
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    Beat the Rams then pop off

    When the LA Rams wins a Super Bowl they can pop off.
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 41,006
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    Beat the Rams then pop off

    When the LA Rams wins a Super Bowl they can pop off.
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  • BleachedAnusDawgBleachedAnusDawg Posts: 1,217
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    I really think there is a change in thinking with NFL teams. Teams are starting to realize you’re sometimes better off drafting a QB and having him at a low number and stacking your roster.

    That’s what the Seahawks originally did with Russell Wilson. That’s what the Eagles did, and it’s why the Rams did last year. The Bears are attempting to do it, but Trubisky sucks.

    No team lets the franchise qb walk. It's as much about business selling tickets and jerseys as it is actually winning titles. They do neither of those without Wilson around, and the odds of hitting it lucky on another rookie QB are extremely slim. They also don't have a historic defense to carry another developing QB to a title.
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    God I love that gif.
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  • jecorneljecornel Posts: 5,398
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    No to the question. Trade his ass.

    Russell is likely wanting 130-150 million. Bye bye
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  • jecorneljecornel Posts: 5,398
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    jecornel said:

    No to the question. Trade his ass.

    Russell is likely wanting 130-150 million. Bye bye

    He got 140. LIPO.
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 41,006
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    No
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  • jecorneljecornel Posts: 5,398
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    No

    6-7 highest paid QBs didn't make the playoffs Last year. The last time the highest paid qb made it to the SB....2006 Peyton Manning.

    Russell went to the SB's on a rookie deal with an amazing defense. Rookie contracts have a great track record.

    Tom has always has a friendly QB contract.

    Good for Russell. Highest paid player and most guaranteed money ever.
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  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 41,006
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    The Packers are .500 the last 4 years
  • HillsboroDuckHillsboroDuck Posts: 8,274
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    jecornel said:

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    No

    6-7 highest paid QBs didn't make the playoffs Last year. The last time the highest paid qb made it to the SB....2006 Peyton Manning.

    Russell went to the SB's on a rookie deal with an amazing defense. Rookie contracts have a great track record.

    Tom has always has a friendly QB contract.

    Good for Russell. Highest paid player and most guaranteed money ever.
    He's not going to be the highest paid for very long.

    And Brady is the massive outlier. His wife is worth hundreds of millions so he's taken significantly less money. Manning never did what he's done, not Rodgers, not Favre, not Brees, not Big Ben, none of the other elite QB's.

    When Russ signed his last deal he was the second highest paid QB. By last year he was the 12th highest.

    He'll be out of the top 5 before the deal actually even kicks in at the start of 2020.
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  • HillsboroDuckHillsboroDuck Posts: 8,274
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    The Packers are .500 the last 4 years

    Yep.

    Rodgers has been secretly bad (and often injured) the last couple of years and they were horrifically coached for a very long time.

    They're not a good team. This doesn't exactly prove that having a highly paid QB is a death sentence.

    I'll say this, if your highly paid QB can't stay healthy you're in big trouble. If Russ has many seasons like he did in 2017 the Hawks will be fucked. He's been a lot healthier throughout his career than Rodgers has though and he has an insane work ethic so odds are better in his favor.

    I do wish he'd muscle down a bit and get some mobility back but the added muscle might be part of why he's been able to take the hits as well as he has.
  • jecorneljecornel Posts: 5,398
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    jecornel said:

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    No

    6-7 highest paid QBs didn't make the playoffs Last year. The last time the highest paid qb made it to the SB....2006 Peyton Manning.

    Russell went to the SB's on a rookie deal with an amazing defense. Rookie contracts have a great track record.

    Tom has always has a friendly QB contract.

    Good for Russell. Highest paid player and most guaranteed money ever.
    He's not going to be the highest paid for very long.

    And Brady is the massive outlier. His wife is worth hundreds of millions so he's taken significantly less money. Manning never did what he's done, not Rodgers, not Favre, not Brees, not Big Ben, none of the other elite QB's.

    When Russ signed his last deal he was the second highest paid QB. By last year he was the 12th highest.

    He'll be out of the top 5 before the deal actually even kicks in at the start of 2020.
    The Brady wife argument is bullshit.

    What five players will be paid over 140 million at the start of 2020? QBs only get that money.
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  • HillsboroDuckHillsboroDuck Posts: 8,274
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    jecornel said:

    jecornel said:

    Accepted answer

    No

    6-7 highest paid QBs didn't make the playoffs Last year. The last time the highest paid qb made it to the SB....2006 Peyton Manning.

    Russell went to the SB's on a rookie deal with an amazing defense. Rookie contracts have a great track record.

    Tom has always has a friendly QB contract.

    Good for Russell. Highest paid player and most guaranteed money ever.
    He's not going to be the highest paid for very long.

    And Brady is the massive outlier. His wife is worth hundreds of millions so he's taken significantly less money. Manning never did what he's done, not Rodgers, not Favre, not Brees, not Big Ben, none of the other elite QB's.

    When Russ signed his last deal he was the second highest paid QB. By last year he was the 12th highest.

    He'll be out of the top 5 before the deal actually even kicks in at the start of 2020.
    The Brady wife argument is bullshit.

    What five players will be paid over 140 million at the start of 2020? QBs only get that money.
    No shit it will be QBs
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