Bs and Chiarelli Following BB's Lead

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    Re: Bs and Chiarelli Following BB's Lead

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    In response to Bustchise's comment:

     

    Are the Bs planning on drafting  known thug/ soon to be murderer?

     




    Probably not, unless they take on Kenrick Ellis in FA or think Cromartie might work as he fades away into mediocrity, but not before he impregnates another random concubine, Phat Rex.

     

    Jealous much?

    The beauty of BB's money management is, Hernandez's situation does not ruin the future of the team's position.  That's how well run this team is from a financial standpoint.

    Mark Sanchez, your QB, has an 8.25 mil cap hit this year. bawhhaha!

     




    First of all, do you actually know any thing about anything?   Do you actually believe those voices?

    Secondly the Pats are in the hole for 11M against the cap this year and next, with 7.5 next year for a guy that will be playing for Walpole.  That is going to KILL them.  MURDER!

    They currently have 25 FA's in 2014. (could go higher)  Twenty freaken five.  Their salary comes off the books (which is the available cap), but that also MEANS THEY HAVE TO RETAIN OR REPLACE THEM.

    So, where will the money come to retain any one?  Do you think they are just going to work for the same salary or less, with no signing bonus or guaranteed $$?  Nink,  Spikes, Edelman, TALIB, Mesko, Ballard,  Hooman, more.... will all be gone because of that $7.5 MILLION, in dead money.

    The frequent loss of many free agents is how the Pats manage the cap.  This is not a sound practice.  It's an illusion as it looks like they might have plenty of cap but it's totally ate up with the amount of players they have to replace or retain.  Only cheap players need apply!

    Next year half the team will be gone and replaced with cheap players because that's all the cap minus that $7.5 million ++++++ will allow.

    Brady won't be bailing out BB this year with a restructure, which is the ONLY reason they currently have ANY cap available now.  Maybe Mayo or Mankins or Fork can help free up some money.  Maybe they'll be gone too.

     
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    Re: Bs and Chiarelli Following BB's Lead

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    We'll see who the little girl is when they can't extend or give TALIB or Spikes or Nink or ANYONE a new contract because of Walpole Willie. 

    Hey, at least you'll have another excuse for the D sucking.  BB in the weeds.  Bwahahaha!

    Too bad it's gonna affect the O too as if it hasn't already. 

     

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    Are the Bs planning on drafting  known thug/ soon to be murderer?

     

     

     




    Probably not, unless they take on Kenrick Ellis in FA or think Cromartie might work as he fades away into mediocrity, but not before he impregnates another random concubine, Phat Rex.

     

     

     

    Jealous much?

    The beauty of BB's money management is, Hernandez's situation does not ruin the future of the team's position.  That's how well run this team is from a financial standpoint.

    Mark Sanchez, your QB, has an 8.25 mil cap hit this year. bawhhaha!

     

     

     




    First of all, do you actually know any thing about anything?   Do you actually believe those voices?

     

     

    Secondly the Pats are in the hole for 11M against the cap this year and next, with 7.5 next year for a guy that will be playing for Walpole.  That is going to KILL them.  MURDER!

    They currently have 25 FA's in 2014. (could go higher)  Twenty freaken five.  Their salary comes off the books (which is the available cap), but that also MEANS THEY HAVE TO RETAIN OR REPLACE THEM.

    So, where will the money come to retain any one?  Do you think they are just going to work for the same salary or less, with no signing bonus or guaranteed $$?  Nink,  Spikes, Edelman, TALIB, Mesko, Ballard,  Hooman, more.... will all be gone because of that $7.5 MILLION, in dead money.

    The frequent loss of many free agents is how the Pats manage the cap.  This is not a sound practice.  It's an illusion as it looks like they might have plenty of cap but it's totally ate up with the amount of players they have to replace or retain.  Only cheap players need apply!

    Next year half the team will be gone and replaced with cheap players because that's all the cap minus that $7.5 million ++++++ will allow.

    Brady won't be bailing out BB this year with a restructure, which is the ONLY reason they currently have ANY cap available now.  Maybe Mayo or Mankins or Fork can help free up some money.  Maybe they'll be gone too.

     




    God, what a little girl. What does Sanchez do with an 8.25 budgeted cap hit this year? Hernandez was 2 mil for the cap this year. lol

     

    Next year, half the team won't be replaced at all. BB has been a genius building from within. I suggest you pay attention to the recent drafts and contracts.   Hernaandez murdering someone and the contract off the books in 2015 is not anything to stain your panties over. In fact, it may be a blessing in disguise. 

    BB may not be bailing out Brady this year again trying to make it not be about Brady and passing, but the way he has the team structured financially has been amazing off the lockout.

    The Broncos, Ravens, Jets, etc, have lost so many players they claimed were key to what they had to have just last year and now it's not a loss? LOL

    Sure interesting you praising the Jets and being dramatic with lies over how NE structures their finances per position.

    Very strange. Quite frankly, I'd rather have Brady at 15 mil than Sanchez at 8 million, buy enjoy rooting for the Jets.

     




     
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    Re: Bs and Chiarelli Following BB's Lead

    Maybe Belichick should have consulted with Chiarelli before the Hayesworth disaster.

    The two are not similar.  Chiarelli doesn't trade high picks for multiple low picks, nor does he gamble (and consistently lose) on total headcases. 

     

     
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    Re: Bs and Chiarelli Following BB's Lead

    Why do you feel random quotes from ESPN are relevant or add credence to your point of view?

    What about this random guy's point of view:

    " People seem to under-estimate the importance of a top puck-moving defenseman when you have the Penguins skill-set up front. Someone has to get the puck out of the zone quickly and accurately, and Letang is one of the best at that. A little pricey, but necessary. "   Or
      " Yeah - people also forget this guys 26 years old. He's going to get better and I'm willing to wager he gets a lot better on the back end too. Let's remember Lidstrom wasn't perfect at 26 either. He's also locked in under market value for the next 8 years while the cap will go up. Let's also remember that old d-men way past their prime (Streit, Gonchar etc) are getting $ 5 million deals - this is a steal in the longterm. Now this team needs to work on some young shut-down d-men to round this out."   Plenty of people have different points of view.  Posting the random one that supports yours is stupid.
     
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