Sanders Deadline Sunday 11:59 P.M. ... Post your Prediction

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    Re: Sanders Deadline Sunday 11:59 P.M. ... Post your Prediction

    In response to RidingWithTheKingII's comment:

    In response to rkarp's comment:

     

    BAsed on what Sanders has shown so far, I would only want to "rent" him for 1 year anyways.

     



    Dumbest human on this board, and that's saying something. So unbelievably dumb, it jusy couldn't even be made up.

     

    PS There is no word "anyways". It's "anyway".



    what has Sanders shown you that he deserves a multi year contract?

    Let me also ask you, did the Pats even want Sanders? If they did, why such a wishy washy offer? The moment the offer was made, most of us said Pitts will match, except you who wrongly said they have no cap space even with Colon coming off the books June 1st...back pedal away dopey. How predictable you try to point out a spellcheck oversight rather than admit you are once again wrong

     
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    Re: Sanders Deadline Sunday 11:59 P.M. ... Post your Prediction

    They outbid the 2nd tender price of 2 million by 500K! How is that "wishy washy"? How can you be this dumb?

    Because Pitts only had to extend themselves 700K to resign him. If the Pats wanted him, they should have offered a number Pitts could not meet

    Also, they weren't using a 3rd rd pick to get him for 1 year. Period. You are seriously so dumb, it's unbelievable.

    Do you have any reliable source indicating Pats were going to sign him long term and aty what numbers? Do you have any reliable source that says Sanders wasnt playing the Pats for better numbers from Pitts? If Pitts extends Sanders for 3-4 years will you go away? Wasnt it just a few months ago the Pats gave away a number 4 for Talib with zero assurances he would resign?

    Yes, they have no cap space. They'll need close to 5 million for rookies and 2-3 for operating space.

    Funny, they matched for Sanders, so they had the space

    Colon = Rookie Deals

    Pitt just bumped Sanders's 1.3 million salary to 2.5 and they have no leverage in extending, dumbo.

    "Teams have to set aside $5 million to $6 million for the draft and another $3 million to $4 million for injuries and the practice squad. This is why you will see a lot of one-year deals in the next three months."

     
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