Re: We don't need these guys. See you later.
posted at 1/20/2014 1:17 AM EST
In response to mthurl's comment:
Talib - How many times is he going to get hurt in the biggest game of the year? You can't give this guy a long term contract and watch him battle hip injuries all year, only to get healthy enough and then get hurt again. Think about who hurt him this time...Welker. Welker couldn't hurt a canary without getting concussed...he had no problem hurting Talib. I don't care if you say, "oh he took a hard hit...it could of happened to anyone". Bull crap! That is a play that happens to people everyday in the NFL, there was nothing crazy or flukey about it. He is injury prone. Just sign some other corner for half the price and call it a day. I'm done with this guy.
Amendola - No need for him. He did nothing all year. He is an injury waiting to happen and he has no legs to separate. Don't need him.
Arrington - This guy stinks. Did anyone have a worse year than him?
Blount - Not going to be missed if someone makes the mistake of paying him next year. I wanted to see what he would do today with a defense focusing on him, I think he showed what that was.
Vollmer - Great player when healthy, but when is that exactly? Two years ago I watched him Have to be helped to his knees evey other play. This year he didn't make it to November. This guy has back problems, knee problems, leg problems...it's a problem, he's not going to make it through a season. Why keep him around? He's not dependable...we've got plenty of guys like that on this roster already.
A few points. 1 Volmer is paid almost on incentive. I would rather keep him as when he is healthy, he's a great player and when he is injured he doesn't get his money.
I have been vocal on Talib being a goner as he will get paid, but now I wonder if he even will?
Amendola cannot produce.....when Brady doesn't throw to him, im sorry but 2 targets, 1 catch taken back by a penalty is not opportunity imo.
Arrington is probably the best slot cb in the nfl, and great against the run, but he gets toasted when out of position.., I don't understamd him.
Blount is a product of what happens when you "commit" to running the football. BB doesn't value runningbacks, I wish he did, but it is what it is. Blount is gone, and Ridley probably will be after next year. Both can run behind this o line when we run behind this o lone but we don't run behind this o line.
In 17 games Blount and Ridley had 1,800 rushing yards, and 20 tds at 5 ypc. Do they suck? Does our o line suck?