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  1. monk

    QB Kyler Murray Oklahoma

    And they update his player profile as he shrinks ??
  2. monk

    QB Kyler Murray Oklahoma

    Well if everyone that plays football is actually 4 inches shorter than they are listed than isn't it all relative?
  3. monk

    QB Kyler Murray Oklahoma

    Another serious question ... If Murray who is listed at 5'11" is really 5''6" ... Is Flutie who is listed at 5'10 really 5'5" ?
  4. monk

    QB Kyler Murray Oklahoma

    Yeah but they made Flutie stand in a 6" hole ... that's why you cant see his feet. In reality the 5'10" Flutie is 4 inches taller than the 5'8" Murray ...somehow
  5. monk

    QB Kyler Murray Oklahoma

    He's under 5'8" and 4 inches shorter than the 5'10" Doug Flutie? .... Somethings not right
  6. monk

    QB Kyler Murray Oklahoma

    Serious question ... Are you mentally challenged? Where the hell did you get 5'8" and that's not even the problem ... a 5'11 and 6'0 person are 4-6" taller than a 5'8" person? Have your mommy help you with the math.
  7. monk

    QB Kyler Murray Oklahoma

    Next to 6' 3" Patrick Vahe https://sportsday.dallasnews.com/college-sports/collegesports/2018/06/06/report-oklahomas-kyler-murray-oakland-agree-deal-worth-nearly-5-million-guaranteed
  8. monk

    QB Kyler Murray Oklahoma

    The MLB/Oakland A's have him listed at 5"11 ...you don't think they measure these guys in the MLB? You think they are off by 5 inches?
  9. I know that ... but I definitely would not take Haskins with the 6 pick in the draft ... the next opportunity is the 2nd rd or trading up into the 1st round to get him ... I would only consider that if he dropped to the bottom half of the 1st. I'm not big on Haskins and I am not big on drafting a QBs high just because you need one ... I cant think of a time that that has ever worked out for any team. I would only take a QB early if I thought that he was a Franchise QB ... otherwise stick with Eli, sign Free agent, or trade for a QB like Flacco. I think Murray could be a Franchise QB like Russel Wilson or like what Mayfield looks like he could be and certainly better than Lamar Jackson. Hog Mollie is referring to his Oline ... I don't think he wants a Hog Mollie at QB and the 5' 9" thing is some crazy new rumor that has been started since we heard he will declare for the draft. He's listed at 5'10 - 5'11"
  10. monk

    QB Kyler Murray Oklahoma

    That's so completely wrong ... The path from the minor leagues to the MLB is brutal ...rookie League, A ball, A+, AA, AAA, MLB ... maybe he skips rookie and/or low A ball but there is also a pretty good chance he never makes it to the MLB and this is his last big payday. Even if he makes it to the MLB, the 1st 3 years are TC at minimum salary, and the next 3 years are arbitration which is when he will start making money ... assuming he is good player. 7th MLB year he will become a Free Agent ... where he will finally pass his 1st NFL contract Using Aaron Judge as an example ... He signed 2013 for $1.8 million. Spent almost 3 years in the minors making minor league salary plus signing bonus. Next 3 years making league minimum about $600k average over 3 years. Years 7-9 he will Arbitration eligible and will start to get payed. Year 10 in 2023 he will become a Free Agent and assuming he is healthy and still a Superstar will make $100s of millions The 1st 2 QBs in the 2014 NFL Draft (the Year Judge began his professional career) Blake Bortles - To date has already made $40M ($8 million per year) and Judge has made about $3M ($600k per year) Johnny Manziel - made almost $8m played 15 games 8 starts and was out of the league after 2 seasons ... If that happens to Murray he will have made at least that much and will be ready for his 2nd career in the MLB If Murray is successful and healthy in the NFL he will be a free agent after 4 years already having made $20-$30M and will probably start making between $25-$30M per year for the rest of his career. By the time Judge signs his massive contract in 2023, a top 5 QB drafted in 2014 will already have made about $150M in career earnings. Here is what the 1st 7 players in the 2018 NFL draft received total contract / signing bonus. Giants and Jacksonville pick 6 & 7 and both in the market for QBs so there is a good chance he is a top 7 pick 1 - Baker Mayfield $33,158,294 / $22,185,523 2 - Saquon Barkley $31,647,174 / $21,086,526 3 - Sam Darnold $30,685,571 / $20,387,178 4 - Denzel Ward $29,586,562 / $19,587,900 5 - Bradley Chubb $27,663,313 / $18,189,173 6 - Quenton Nelson $24,228,952 / $15,691,456 7 - Josh Allen $21,481,462 / $13,693,282 The five highest-paid QBs of all time (4 are still playing) Peyton Manning. Career Earnings: $248 million. ... Eli Manning. Career Earnings: $219 million. ... Aaron Rodgers. Career Earnings: $217 million. ... Tom Brady. Career Earnings: $197 million. ... Drew Brees. Career Earnings: $194.7 million.
  11. monk

    QB Kyler Murray Oklahoma

    Height only matters if you are a pocket passer ... it's been proven over and over with Wilson, Brees and now Mayfield that you could be successful if you are mobile in the pocket and can throw at different arm angles. As Giant Fan, I would take Murray over Haskins any day of the week. Think Murray would make the Giants one of the top 3 offenses in football regardless of the line. He has Elite athletic ability and a much better arm than i.e. Deshaun Watson which would make up for the lack of size
  12. Kyler Murray or Dwayne Haskins ? I think I would take Murray if he was available at 6 ... I would not take Haskins unless he dropped to the 2nd round or trade up if he dropped to the bottom of the 1st round Murray with Barkley, Odell, Engram, Shepherd and the other WR, TE and FB pieces is about as dynamic an offense that you will find
  13. They are both averaging 28 sacks per 16 games for their careers ... Eli's percentage is slightly less than Brady's Prior to this season Eli was averaging 27 sacks per 16 games for his career this year he was sacked 47 times ... by far the most of his career
  14. Well then how do you explain the fact that Brady has been sacked more often than Eli ... despite being on a better team with a better oline for almost his entire career. Is Eli just getting worse ??? Looking at the stats ... Eli was sacked 31 times through his 1st 8 games and only 16 time through his final 8 games so ....it actually looks like Eli iis becoming more elusive in his old age. Or maybe the line was just playing better the 2nd half of the season. Which do you think it is?
  15. They were all Learning a new offense ... New Head Coach and Offensive coordinator As I pointed out earlier Giants scored 38, 30, 40, 35 in the last 7 weeks of the season and lead the NFC East in scoring. The line and Eli played much better down the stretch, the WRs, TE's and RBs looked very good with lots of depth. They developed a Pro bowl K and their return game was improved with Coleman and Latimer ... hopefully they both come back. All of this with a line that was not very good but looks like it is only a player or 2 away from being much better.