So Dak is worth $30M/year because those teams were stupid enough to overpay their average to slightly above-average QB’s?No its really not. Look at what some of the recent QB contracts have been. Cousins is about that and Dak is roughly equal in ability when you consider his threat to run. Also look at Derek Carr, Jimmy Garopollo.
His cap number is up there but that’s because we’ve pushed money back. His last deal was 2 years, 50 mil. And he gave us a deal because quarterbacks were signing for 30mil/yr at the time.Correct if I'm wrong but drew doesn't even make 30m a year right now
Dak will never be undefeated during a season in the post season and lead a team to a SB win. Flacco may be overrated but still was light years better than Dak in his prime.I like Dak but I think his ceiling is probably Joe Flacco, no way he is worth $30m/yr
Edit: I meant he's not worth $40m/yr, but that turned out to be inaccurate apparently.
Prbably he is worth about $30m/yr but not a whole lot more
I'd tell Prescott to take his market value and shove it. He can sit out and even if they bomb this year, they can have pick of the litter on whatever QB they want in the 2020 Draft and that QB could likely average 3600 yards, 22 TD's, and a 66% completion percentage.Pretty much, yes. It's called a market. True "worth" isn't nearly as relevant as market value.
Yeah, there's definitely that case to be made. Some of that has to do with game planning, and what the players are being asked to do but $30M is a lot to pay a game manager.I'd tell Prescott to take his market value and shove it. He can sit out and even if they bomb this year, they can have pick of the litter on whatever QB they want in the 2020 Draft and that QB could likely average 3600 yards, 22 TD's, and a 66% completion percentage.
He's not the cog that keeps that engine running, it's Zeke and that OL. In his rookie season, the Cowboys offense was 5th in points. In 2017 they fell to 14th. Last year they were 22nd.
With Prescott at QB, the Cowboys are 0-7 in games where Elliott has less than 75 yards rushing (0-8 including their playoff loss against the Rams last year). Conversely, they are 28-6 when he gains 75 yards or more.
Prescott is nothing but a game manager.
I mean, as a non-Cowboys fan I hope they give him the moon, honestly.Yeah, there's definitely that case to be made. Some of that has to do with game planning, and what the players are being asked to do but $30M is a lot to pay a game manager.
I really don't care one way or the other - but they see him every day and in the film room and if they have offered that to him as reported, it's because they think he's their guy. There's a case to be made from his short career that is capable.
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