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  • Originally posted by Ruttiger711 View Post
    Nicks had an off year completely due to injuries... and missed 6 games in 3 years prior.... He is such a quality receiver I am AMAZED how undervalued he is here.

    We NEED Hakeem Nicks period.
    I agree right now. But, being the Devil's Advocate, suppose Nicks continues to have injury issues in the 2013 season and Randle starts to become a play maker. Will he still be undervalued in 2014?
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    • Reese never overpays and that won't change with Cruz, the contract will be beneficial to the team and Cruz, I could see a lot of incentives involved.

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      • Originally posted by TuckandRolle View Post
        Reese never overpays and that won't change with Cruz, the contract will be beneficial to the team and Cruz, I could see a lot of incentives involved.
        Antrel Rolle and Chris Canty come to minds as exceptions.
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        • Originally posted by RoanokeFan View Post
          I agree right now. But, being the Devil's Advocate, suppose Nicks continues to have injury issues in the 2013 season and Randle starts to become a play maker. Will he still be undervalued in 2014?
          Well if 2013 is a repeat of 2012 obviously not.

          ...but when I hear "injury issues" or "injury prone", a player like Bradshaw is what comes to mind... he's had bad feet, he had bad feet this year and no doubt will have bad feet in the future. Nicks broke his foot THIS year, he came back nearly recovered had a 200 yard game and then had his almost fully healed foot stepped on and had obvious setbacks. Next season will tell if hes injury prone, not what happened this year.

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          • Originally posted by Ruttiger711 View Post
            Well if 2013 is a repeat of 2012 obviously not.

            ...but when I hear "injury issues" or "injury prone", a player like Bradshaw is what comes to mind... he's had bad feet, he had bad feet this year and no doubt will have bad feet in the future. Nicks broke his foot THIS year, he came back nearly recovered had a 200 yard game and then had his almost fully healed foot stepped on and had obvious setbacks. Next season will tell if hes injury prone, not what happened this year.
            Agreed, missing 2 games per season on average is not injury prone

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            • Originally posted by RoanokeFan View Post
              You don't think back to back 1,000 yard seasons is dominating?
              No, not Cruz. I was talking about JPP in that post.
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              • Originally posted by RoanokeFan View Post
                The problem with a tender is you can lose the player:

                Excerpt: "Restricted free agents -- three-year players with expiring contracts -- can receive offers from other teams, but the incumbent team has a right to match. Should it not match, it is entitled to draft-choice compensation corresponding to the level of tender placed on the player.

                Personnel experts usually identify the time between the third and fifth year of a player's career as the "sweet spot" in the player's performance arc, meaning there's sufficient development without excessive wear and tear. And from a front office vantage point, teams would rather pay a discounted price for a restricted free agent than pay "retail" for unrestricted free agents. Yet RFAs have been largely ignored. Let's analyze the recent past:" Read more...

                http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/78...rge-extinction
                Is first round the highest tender, or is it 1st and 3rd?
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                • Originally posted by gmen0820 View Post
                  Is first round the highest tender, or is it 1st and 3rd?
                  ive always wondered how the tender is set. is it by what the giants think FO think or is their a formula for it? i'd tender him 2 first round picks lol

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                  • Originally posted by giantsfan420 View Post
                    ive always wondered how the tender is set. is it by what the giants think FO think or is their a formula for it? i'd tender him 2 first round picks lol
                    I'm pretty sure the highest RFA tender is a first at 2.8 mil if no one signs him to an offer sheet.

                    If it's a first and third, it wouldn't be a terrible move, depending on the location of the first round pick. It'd be a shame to lose a guy like Cruz, but the added picks could change the team-dynamic on offense to rely less on the talent of our WRs, and shift to a higher dependence on an elite OL. We've won with both formulas in the past.
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                    • 8 to 10 mill per season is a bit too much for one receiver, and to big of a hit towards the came. Cruz will definitely be back, but It will interesting to see what kind of deal get done.
                      Reese, gone. Check! Bench McAdoo Doo, gone. Check! Let's Giants 2018.

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                      • cruz gets big signing bonus up front and less per year?

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                        • I would rather sign dwayne bowe for 3 mil a year.
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                          • Originally posted by giants8493 View Post
                            I would rather sign dwayne bowe for 3 mil a year.
                            Three mil a year? What can we land Jennings at, 1.5 mil?
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                            • Originally posted by gmen0820 View Post
                              Three mil a year? What can we land Jennings at, 1.5 mil?
                              doubt jennings would only want 1.5 a year, but If he did I would take him too.
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                              • Originally posted by giants8493 View Post
                                doubt jennings would only want 1.5 a year, but If he did I would take him too.
                                2.5 and a gift card to The Red Lobster
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