Re: Why did we let Samuel go again?
posted at 4/14/2012 12:31 PM EDT
In Response to Re: Why did we let Samuel go again?
[QUOTE]In Response to Re: Why did we let Samuel go again? : Are you pulling this stuff out of your as$? I just posted a link to a analysis which shows him to be the clear cut 2nd best QB in the league after Revis for the last 3 years. Eagles just overpaid for Asomugha who has been living on just reputation for a while until underperforming massively last year. Where is your evidence to back your claims. "Ask any Eagles fan" bs doesn't qualify. And wtff is up with you being so ffrickin rude. What's with the personal attacks. WTFF is with this board now where one can't even make a normal post as a topic of discussion without getting crucified by fanboyz.
Posted by murghkhor[/QUOTE]
I was somewhat rude because it's tiring seeing your little group run around here constantly challenging BB's decisions without using a hint of basic intelligence centered around the ever-important concept of economics.
Also, I'm as far away as a fanboy as you'll find. You just didn't like my analysis which is the complete opposite of yours, so you lash out with embarrassment.
As you can see by the Eagles fan's response to you, it appears I'm far more accruate than yourself. I countered your analysis with sound reasoning based on my opinion with watching the real Samuel in Philly since 2009, when his play veered off the path from his last real All Pro season of 2008. He got paid and then fell off the map. Period.
Maybe you should try to not get cute around here pretending you're better than BB all the time, as some makeshift wannabe GM in the the cap era, and you'll be just fine. If anything, you're being the fanboy by ignoring how wise it was for BB to walk away from Samuel and you being far too enamored with Samuel yourself.
Keep in mind, you're questioning arguably the best GM in the history of the NFL.
As for Asamougha, every single player in that secondary underperformed, from Rodgers-Cromartie, to Samuel. Their issues are LB (now addressed with DeMeco Ryans), but they flat out never recovered from the passing of Jim Johnson. That's the reality. You don't lose a legend like that, arguably the best Def Coordinator in the game, and then act like it doesn't matter, especially when you are forced to promote an offensive coach to be your Def Coordinator. Duh.
I warned of their all in one FA shopping not working last year anyway. They'll be much better this year with a year under their belts, Ryans added and Asamougha and Rodgers-Cromartie being in that system for a year now.