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gumby742
06-25-2012, 10:56 AM
I don't prowl the Jets forums a lot but i found this topic of them talking about Revis wanting 16 million a year or something</P>


http://forums.theganggreen.com/showthread.php?t=71146&amp;page=26</P>


The question i found myself asking is, what would i do if JPP wanted some rediculous amount, assuming he's as good as advertised? And assuming that we were a mediocre team, with salary cap issues with overpaid and underperforming veterans. What would you do if you were the Jets?</P>


Short of a QB, I don't think any one player is worth that amount. CB is one of the most important positions in the game imo, but i don't think it's worth that amount as you're only taking away 1 player (#1 WR) from the otehr team. DE on the end hand, you can make a much larger impact. Anyway, carry on. Just thought it was interesting. The next couple years, with all the free agents with have, it could get really interesting. What happens if Randle steps up? Do we keep Nicks? etc etc.</P>

GMENAGAIN
06-25-2012, 11:10 AM
The dude has 2 years left on his deal. I would tell him to pound sand. Let's see if he's willing to hold out for 2 years. If he is, then I would franchise him when he came back for as many years as I could.</P>


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NYG4lifeNYK
06-25-2012, 04:37 PM
The dude has 2 years left on his deal. I would tell him to pound sand. Let's see if he's willing to hold out for 2 years. If he is, then I would franchise him when he came back for as many years as I could.</p>


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LOL... love it!

CGYgiant
06-25-2012, 04:41 PM
The dude has 2 years left on his deal. I would tell him to pound sand. Let's see if he's willing to hold out for 2 years. If he is, then I would franchise him when he came back for as many years as I could.</p>


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Franchising him for the rest of his career would give him 17-18 million guaranteed/per year for the rest of his career .

GMENAGAIN
06-25-2012, 04:42 PM
The dude has 2 years left on his deal. I would tell him to pound sand. Let's see if he's willing to hold out for 2 years. If he is, then I would franchise him when he came back for as many years as I could.</P>


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Franchising him for the rest of his career would give him 17-18 million guaranteed/per year for the rest of his career .
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Isn't the franchise number an average of the top guys at a position? What CB is getting paid $17-18M per year? </P>

GreenZone
06-25-2012, 04:44 PM
The salary cap discussion is a great topic, but making an assumption and talking about it about JPP is lame.

CGYgiant
06-25-2012, 04:55 PM
The dude has 2 years left on his deal. I would tell him to pound sand. Let's see if he's willing to hold out for 2 years. If he is, then I would franchise him when he came back for as many years as I could.</p>


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Franchising him for the rest of his career would give him 17-18 million guaranteed/per year for the rest of his career .
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Isn't the franchise number an average of the top guys at a position? What CB is getting paid $17-18M per year? </p>

I thought were talking about JPP? with the amount pass rushers are getting paid, 17-18/year should be expected in 2 years. Especially elite ones.

GMENAGAIN
06-25-2012, 05:25 PM
The dude has 2 years left on his deal. I would tell him to pound sand. Let's see if he's willing to hold out for 2 years. If he is, then I would franchise him when he came back for as many years as I could.</P>


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Franchising him for the rest of his career would give him 17-18 million guaranteed/per year for the rest of his career .
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Isn't the franchise number an average of the top guys at a position? What CB is getting paid $17-18M per year? </P>




I thought were talking about JPP? with the amount pass rushers are getting paid, 17-18/year should be expected in 2 years. Especially elite ones.
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Sorry . . . .I was answering the OP's question: What would you do if you were the Jets?</P>


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slipknottin
06-25-2012, 05:32 PM
The dude has 2 years left on his deal.* I would tell him to pound sand.* Let's see if he's willing to hold out for 2 years.* If he is, then I would franchise him when he came back for as many years as I could.</P>


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if he doesnt show up, he doesnt get the accrued year, so he would still be under contract for 2 more years as long as he holds out.

jakegibbs
06-25-2012, 05:43 PM
The dude has 2 years left on his deal.* I would tell him to pound sand.* Let's see if he's willing to hold out for 2 years.* If he is, then I would franchise him when he came back for as many years as I could.</P>


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Franchising him for the rest of his career would give him 17-18 million guaranteed/per year for the rest of his career .
</P>


Isn't the franchise number an average of the top guys at a position?* What CB is getting paid $17-18M per year? </P>

Here's the 2012 top 31 paid players. How many are CB's & how many of those make 16 mil a year? JPP has a good shot @ 16+ mil a year in the near future if he keeps dominating the LOS like he normally does.

1 Peyton Manning at
Quarterback
$18,000,000
2 Drew Brees at
Quarterback
$15,760,000
3 Dwight Freeney at
Defensive End
$14,035,000
4 Elvis Dumervil at
Defensive End
$14,000,000
5 Michael Vick at
Quarterback
$12,500,000
6 Sam Bradford at
Quarterback
$12,000,000
7 Jared Allen at
Defensive End
$11,619,850
8 Matt Ryan at
Quarterback
$11,500,000
Matthew Stafford at
Quarterback
$11,500,000
10 Tamba Hali at
Defensive End
$11,250,000
11 Jake Long at
Tackle
$11,200,000
12 Trent Williams at
Tackle
$11,000,000
Nnamdi Asomugha at
Cornerback
$11,000,000
Vincent Jackson at
Wide Receiver
$11,000,000
15 Cliff Avril at
Defensive End
$10,600,000
16 Joe Thomas at
Tackle
$10,500,000
17 Chris Long at
Defensive End
$10,310,000
18 Brent Grimes at
Cornerback
$10,281,000
19 Philip Rivers at
Quarterback
$10,200,000
20 David Harris at
Linebacker
$9,900,000
21 Dwayne Bowe at
Wide Receiver
$9,515,000
Wes Welker at
Wide Receiver
$9,515,000
23 Davin Joseph at
Guard
$9,500,000
24 Brandon Marshall at
Wide Receiver
$9,300,000
25 Ndamukong Suh at
Defensive Tackle
$9,250,000
26 Tony Romo at
Quarterback
$9,000,000
27 Julius Peppers at
Defensive End
$8,900,000
28 Anthony Spencer at
Linebacker
$8,856,000
29 Karlos Dansby at
Linebacker
$8,800,000
30 Jordan Gross at
Tackle
$8,500,000
31 Champ Bailey at
Cornerback
$8,000,000
Aaron Rodgers at
Quarterback
$8,000,000

GMENAGAIN
06-25-2012, 05:45 PM
The dude has 2 years left on his deal. I would tell him to pound sand. Let's see if he's willing to hold out for 2 years. If he is, then I would franchise him when he came back for as many years as I could.</P>


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if he doesnt show up, he doesnt get the accrued year, so he would still be under contract for 2 more years as long as he holds out.</P>


Even better . . . . just to be clear, I was talking about what the Jets should do with Revis. If I were the Jets I would be livid if he held out and wouldn't budge an inch . . . . . </P>

gumby742
06-25-2012, 05:54 PM
The dude has 2 years left on his deal. I would tell him to pound sand. Let's see if he's willing to hold out for 2 years. If he is, then I would franchise him when he came back for as many years as I could.</P>


</P>




Franchising him for the rest of his career would give him 17-18 million guaranteed/per year for the rest of his career .
</P>


Isn't the franchise number an average of the top guys at a position? What CB is getting paid $17-18M per year? </P>


Here's the 2012 top 31 paid players. How many are CB's &amp; how many of those make 16 mil a year? JPP has a good shot @ 16+ mil a year in the near future if he keeps dominating the LOS like he normally does. 1 Peyton Manning at Quarterback $18,000,000 2 Drew Brees at Quarterback $15,760,000 3 Dwight Freeney at Defensive End $14,035,000 4 Elvis Dumervil at Defensive End $14,000,000 5 Michael Vick at Quarterback $12,500,000 6 Sam Bradford at Quarterback $12,000,000 7 Jared Allen at Defensive End $11,619,850 8 Matt Ryan at Quarterback $11,500,000 Matthew Stafford at Quarterback $11,500,000 10 Tamba Hali at Defensive End $11,250,000 11 Jake Long at Tackle $11,200,000 12 Trent Williams at Tackle $11,000,000 Nnamdi Asomugha at Cornerback $11,000,000 Vincent Jackson at Wide Receiver $11,000,000 15 Cliff Avril at Defensive End $10,600,000 16 Joe Thomas at Tackle $10,500,000 17 Chris Long at Defensive End $10,310,000 18 Brent Grimes at Cornerback $10,281,000 19 Philip Rivers at Quarterback $10,200,000 20 David Harris at Linebacker $9,900,000 21 Dwayne Bowe at Wide Receiver $9,515,000 Wes Welker at Wide Receiver $9,515,000 23 Davin Joseph at Guard $9,500,000 24 Brandon Marshall at Wide Receiver $9,300,000 25 Ndamukong Suh at Defensive Tackle $9,250,000 26 Tony Romo at Quarterback $9,000,000 27 Julius Peppers at Defensive End $8,900,000 28 Anthony Spencer at Linebacker $8,856,000 29 Karlos Dansby at Linebacker $8,800,000 30 Jordan Gross at Tackle $8,500,000 31 Champ Bailey at Cornerback $8,000,000 Aaron Rodgers at Quarterback $8,000,000</P>


Freeney at 14 mil is rediculous. If i'm going to pay a DE that kind of money, he better be a game changer - consistently - like LT type. Great play isn't good enough. For a combined 14-16 mil you can 2 -3 really good dline men. Like, would you rather have 2 Osi's and a Tuck (after new contracts) or one JPP. Just hypothetical numbers.</P>

THE_New_York_Giants
06-25-2012, 06:02 PM
If JPP improves next year even more and is playing lights out 5 games into the next season, I would offer him 10 years 120 million without even second guessing it.