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  1. The Washington Post ran an article on the Football Team's options at QB. Here is the link: https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/2021/02/19/washington-football-quarterback-options/ Their top thoughts: Deshaun Watson - any trade package would probably have to include Chase Young Darnold - one person thought it would take a mid round draft pick if he becomes available. Theisman said he would be hesitant to trade for a player who may not be better than what you currently have. Mariota - Thiesman thinks he could cost a 3rd or 4th round pick and could be a good match
  2. Sportrac has Heinicke's contract details: https://www.spotrac.com/nfl/washington-football-team/taylor-heinicke-17249/ $1M signing bonus Base salaries of $1M in 2021 and $1.5M in 2022 Per game roster bonuses of $500k in 2021 and $750k in 2022. Total is $4.75M for 2 years. Another $4M available in incentives. $1.5M guaranteed. He is an inexpensive backup QB, which is not surprising since we was a RFA. Kyle Allen is even less expensive since he is playing on a rookie deal as an undrafted free agent.
  3. Mariota is under contract. Why would the Raiders want to trade him? He was signed as a high end backup and apparently delivered.
  4. In general, signing all your RFA and ERFA's is a no brainer. But I am not sure Robert Foster did much. Nick Sundberg is the no brainer signing. Darby and Moreau would be nice to have back, but how much will they cost? The biggest decision is whether to give Scherff a mega contract. And do they re-sign Hopkins are look for a new PK? Sprinkle has value, so I could see him returning. Foster has been here over 2 years and hasn't played a down. I could them moving on from him. Kerrigan is obviously leaving and looking for a starting role.
  5. Kansas City's OL had massive problems in pass protection. And TB wasn't even blitzing. That said, I am in awe of Mahomes. He threw a pass while horizontal in the air and hit the receiver. Absolutely incredible.
  6. I read somewhere that said/speculated that Houston would want a young QB in return for Watson. If true, that would definitely give the Jets and Dolphins a leg up in pursuing Watson. My general take: unless Watson really wants to force his way out of Houston, he probably isn't going anywhere. If Watson were to sit out the upcoming season, then Houston could trade him next year. Teams need to make plans assuming Watson won't be traded.
  7. One quick thought: Lots of people have mentioned Collins as a trade chip. This really strikes me as wishful thinking, since we not want him next year. A more valuable player would be Kamren Curl. He is young, looks promising, and has 3 years left on his inexpensive rookie deal. We could always go back to having Collins as our starting safety.
  8. I think the only way Houston has any leverage is to negotiate compensation before giving permission to talk to Watson. I completely agree that the initial ask is the starting point to their negotiations. And Watson really does hold the leverage here.
  9. I read Houston's starting ask is 2 1st round picks, 2 2nd round picks, 2 defensive starters.
  10. Watson's situation is pretty complicated. 1. Houston has a new front office and coach. As of right now, they are saying they are keeping Watson. 2. So Watson needs to convince them that it is better to trade him. 3. Watson has a no trade clause, which he can waive. This give Watson the ability to pick the team he is traded to. 4. So once Watson is allowed to talk to other teams, the key it to convince Watson that the Football Team is the best place for him. I like what Rivera has done, but that will be a difficult sell. 5. Once that is done, then they need
  11. I am not sure that Stafford went for that much more than people originally thought. It is clear a 1st round pick this year is worth more than a 1st round pick next year. If a pick needs to increase a round due to waiting a year, and numerous trades every year so this (say a 3nd round pick this year for a 2nd round pick next), then the Stafford package is equivalent to a 2021 2nd round picks, two 2021 3rd round picks, and Goff. If a pick is equal to two picks in the following round (and some trades have done this in the past), the 2nd and 3rd round picks could be equivalent to a 1st
  12. What do you guy think about Sam Darnold and Jimmy Garrapolo? One article was speculating that Darnold would be available if the Jets land Watson. And Garrapolo could be cut if the 49'ers get Stafford.
  13. I just read in the Washington Post that Watson has requested a trade and the new management is hoping to talk him out of it. Read elsewhere that Stafford has bonus due shortly after the league year starts. So there is a high probability that Stafford's destination will need to be finalized before Watson's destination. So the bigger domino may not fall first in this case.
  14. I saw an article on Bleacher report. It speculated the Redskins could get Stafford for this year's 1st round pick and next year's 2nd round pick.
  15. That is a bummer. It looks like the drafts have been very solid that past few years and Smith gets a lot of credit for that.
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