User avatar
Megalodon
Posts: 16526
Joined: Wed Sep 6, 2006
Sand$: 2,785.12
rugger48 wrote:
steelkings wrote:Ah..so the final answer is that the Steelers replaced Big Ben with Mason Rudolph.


Hold that thought, Steelers are exploring the new rule where other teams starting qbs can be treated like practice squad players.

Soooo, we’ll be be replacing Big Ben with Mahomes.


Is this real
_______________________________________

Image
Supreme Megalodon
Posts: 30083
Joined: Fri Aug 22, 2008
Sand$: 74,648.94
prplhz14 wrote:
rugger48 wrote:
steelkings wrote:Ah..so the final answer is that the Steelers replaced Big Ben with Mason Rudolph.


Hold that thought, Steelers are exploring the new rule where other teams starting qbs can be treated like practice squad players.

Soooo, we’ll be be replacing Big Ben with Mahomes.


Is this real



Yes for all QBs under 42 and 9 months
User avatar
Megalodon
Posts: 16526
Joined: Wed Sep 6, 2006
Sand$: 2,785.12
Interesting
_______________________________________

Image
Supreme Megalodon
Posts: 30083
Joined: Fri Aug 22, 2008
Sand$: 74,648.94
prplhz14 wrote:Interesting


You don’t have to ask, yes roethlisberger is yours
.
User avatar
SandShark
Posts: 58
Joined: Sat Sep 27, 2003
Sand$: 145.32
If anybody is going to Indy It will be Carson Wentz. Reich and Wentz were attached at the hip in Philly. Reich was Wentz's first QB coach and then they won a Superbowl when Reitz was the OC. If indy moves away from Rivers, Wentz is a lock to go there.
_______________________________________

Is It 5pm yet
Supreme Megalodon
Posts: 73273
Joined: Fri Dec 31, 2004
Sand$: 315,791.01
That makes a lot of sense
_______________________________________

Image Image

Image
User avatar
Moderator
Posts: 54668
Joined: Sun Aug 2, 2009
Sand$: 40,479.47
And Indy has a boatload of cap space to take on a bad contract

It's a nice dot connecting landing spot assuming of course Rivers is done.
User avatar
SandShark
Posts: 58
Joined: Sat Sep 27, 2003
Sand$: 145.32
endzoneview wrote:And Indy has a boatload of cap space to take on a bad contract

It's a nice dot connecting landing spot assuming of course Rivers is done.


I think Philliy will cut Wentz, pay him the rest of the guaranteed money they owe him and move on. He is a huge cap hit for them. They certainly cant extend him. He will be signing a brand new contract with the colts
_______________________________________

Is It 5pm yet
Supreme Megalodon
Posts: 30083
Joined: Fri Aug 22, 2008
Sand$: 74,648.94
steelkings wrote:
endzoneview wrote:And Indy has a boatload of cap space to take on a bad contract

It's a nice dot connecting landing spot assuming of course Rivers is done.


I think Philliy will cut Wentz, pay him the rest of the guaranteed money they owe him and move on. He is a huge cap hit for them. They certainly cant extend him. He will be signing a brand new contract with the colts



That’s a 50+ million cap hit on a year that the salary cap goes down. Their best bet is a post June 1st trade.
Great White Shark
Posts: 7988
Joined: Wed Jul 4, 2007
Sand$: 46,475.76
i dont see philly moving on from wentz,hurts was exposed by the cowboys defense (yes the cowboys defense) last week plus 50 million hit with a lower cap makes zero sense
Supreme Megalodon
Posts: 59363
Joined: Fri Jul 7, 2006
Sand$: 121,451.28
mstrbass2000 wrote:i dont see philly moving on from wentz,hurts was exposed by the cowboys defense (yes the cowboys defense) last week plus 50 million hit with a lower cap makes zero sense

It is impossible for a 2nd round rookie getting a late season cameo after a covid offseason to be exposed. That's nonsense. It's just the starting point on the developmental curve.
User avatar
Supreme Megalodon
Posts: 28637
Joined: Thu Dec 21, 2006
Sand$: 43,181.39
It is impossible for a 2nd round rookie getting a late season cameo after a covid offseason to be exposed. That's nonsense. It's just the starting point on the developmental curve.


Couldn't agree more.

That's going to be the case for a number of rookies this year who for whatever reason, couldn't assimilate in the "normal" way we've gotten used to. There are plenty of rookies who we'll overlook now who in 2021 in what promises to be more "normal" that will develop because of the change in how the offseason hopefully changes. They need the hands on and consistent structure that simply wasn't there this year...not all together different than kids who are struggling with remote learning but flourish in a classroom environment.
_______________________________________

2020 House Of Bourbon
2020 Deep Black
User avatar
Megalodon
Posts: 10497
Joined: Wed Jul 14, 2010
Sand$: 21,979.32
"I don't have a clear assessment of the overall depth of the cap ramifications, but I think it's reasonable to assume there's a chance he'll be back, certainly," he said.--- Mike Tomlin, discussing Ben's future with the team.

Belichek has nothing on Tomlin when it comes to coach speak. =D>
_______________________________________

In remembrance of Walter, D-Day veteran and my friend. Never forget.
User avatar
Moderator
Posts: 54668
Joined: Sun Aug 2, 2009
Sand$: 40,479.47
Ha, that was great.
User avatar
Megalodon
Posts: 20356
Joined: Sun Oct 17, 2004
Sand$: 7,098.93
_______________________________________

Twitter :@Adenchiz