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Dak Prescott Reportedly Turns Down $30 million/year offer

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9 minutes ago, JakePA_Titan said:

Difference in 10 million per means nothing? Just because there's more importance put on the gaurenteed?

Would you rather take a 4 yr 30 mil with 90 guaranteed or a 4 year 40 mil with 60 guaranteed? Yes you fucking moron the terms are more important than the per year number. This isn’t simple basketball contracts. Maybe he wants the more per

year if they aren’t willing to give him the big guaranteed number with the 30 mil per year break down.

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Last year, AB showed what a load of bs the owners throw out about players.  AB signed the tag and ended up getting over 400 touches in 2017.  They wanted to tag him again and give him 400+ more.  The Steelers would announce the big figures they offered him, but they could cut him before he really got paid.  Look at value the Cowboys have got from Dak vs the money for a first round QB.  Now, they toss out a big number with no details.  LOOK!!  Dak turned down 30M!  BS.

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41 minutes ago, Number9 said:

Last year, AB showed what a load of bs the owners throw out about players.  AB signed the tag and ended up getting over 400 touches in 2017.  They wanted to tag him again and give him 400+ more.  The Steelers would announce the big figures they offered him, but they could cut him before he really got paid.  Look at value the Cowboys have got from Dak vs the money for a first round QB.  Now, they toss out a big number with no details.  LOOK!!  Dak turned down 30M!  BS.

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1 hour ago, CaliTitan3518 said:

Would you rather take a 4 yr 30 mil with 90 guaranteed or a 4 year 40 mil with 60 guaranteed?

It's funny you really think you have to ask this. No shit more money is more money. 

 

But what would you rather have 4 yr 30 million per and 40 guaranteed. Or 4 yr 40 million and 30 gaurenteed?

 

First option is 120 over 4 years with 40 gaurenteed.

 

Second option is 160 over 4 years with 30 guaranteed. 

 

Ok, yea, you get 10 million more gaurenteed right off the rip, but the contract as a whole is 40 million less. What's the chances he doesnt play the entire contract out? Slim, right? 

 

So which one?

 

But go ahead with your hypotheticals you THINK is the case while calling others moron. 

 

Love the hate. Keep the world spinning!

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Yes you fucking moron the terms are more important than the per year number.

Lmao at the insults. You're a missing the point. You have no fucking clue what the gaurenteed was. But yes, throw insults as if you have inside info the rest of us do not.

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 This isn’t simple basketball contracts.

It really is. Each side makes it tougher because they are afraid of injuries.

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Maybe he wants the more per

year if they aren’t willing to give him the big guaranteed number with the 30 mil per year break down.

Maybe maybe maybe....

 

You dont know.....I see this....

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19 minutes ago, JakePA_Titan said:

It's funny you really think you have to ask this. No shit more money is more money. 

 

But what would you rather have 4 yr 30 million per and 40 guaranteed. Or 4 yr 40 million and 30 gaurenteed?

 

First option is 120 over 4 years with 40 gaurenteed.

 

Second option is 160 over 4 years with 30 guaranteed. 

 

Ok, yea, you get 10 million more gaurenteed right off the rip, but the contract as a whole is 40 million less. What's the chances he doesnt play the entire contract out? Slim, right? 

 

So which one?

 

But go ahead with your hypotheticals you THINK is the case while calling others moron. 

 

Love the hate. Keep the world spinning!

Lmao at the insults. You're a missing the point. You have no fucking clue what the gaurenteed was. But yes, throw insults as if you have inside info the rest of us do not.

It really is. Each side makes it tougher because they are afraid of injuries.

Maybe maybe maybe....

 

You dont know.....I see this....

I don’t even know why I bother to respond to you. Have a good night Jake. Keep it simple. 

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23 minutes ago, CaliTitan3518 said:

I don’t even know why I bother to respond to you. Have a good night Jake. Keep it simple. 

Ahh, so when a questioned is posed to you, you run?

 

How typical of cellar dwellers on the internet. 

 

You a fucking moron!

 

Oh, you have a question for me that makes my argument look bleak, let me scurry away now, while adding another insult. 

 

Ppl like you and others on here like you is why Walmarts get shot the fuck up. 

 

As I've said, keep helping the world spin violently!

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20 minutes ago, JakePA_Titan said:

So you can't answer the question? Gonna pussy out?

Alright I’m bored. 

 

What is even the question? Your two options are two unrealistic contracts for a franchise QB. $30 or $40 mil guaranteed? Russel Wilson just signed a $107 mil guaranteed deal. NFL players hold out and turn down deal every year due to the terms and guaranteed money. That is by far the most important number for contracts. Not sure why you think anyone is off for speculating that that number is what truly is holding up a deal from being done. 

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3 hours ago, Number9 said:

Last year, AB showed what a load of bs the owners throw out about players.  AB signed the tag and ended up getting over 400 touches in 2017.  They wanted to tag him again and give him 400+ more.  The Steelers would announce the big figures they offered him, but they could cut him before he really got paid.  Look at value the Cowboys have got from Dak vs the money for a first round QB.  Now, they toss out a big number with no details.  LOOK!!  Dak turned down 30M!  BS.

I also seem to recall them offering to make him the highest paid running back in league history instead of the franchise tag but he wanted to be paid like both a running back and a receiver (Le'Veon Bell)

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