Guys I just wanted to get an understanding on where everyone stands on who you would take if we had a choice between these two players. There are numerous rumblings and grumblings going around that ties us to both of these players. Off the top of my head im going to list the pros and cons for both of these players:
-Pros: If HEALTHY, Legit #1 shutdown corner and our missing piece (the best this league has to offer and the best since primetime). Hes a BAAAD man!
He completely shuts down the entire half of a field (Most likely won't need safety help either, thank god since we will probably keep whitner)
We play the likes of Fitz (twice), A. Johnson, Julio Jones, S. Smith, V. Jackson, J. Blackmon next year. He will eliminate these receivers from the game.
With qbs such as A. Rogers, A. Luck, R. Wilson, Cam Newton, Matt Ryan, Drew Brees, and RG III on schedule, they will not look his way.
Only costs us 1 year 6-7mil for our late 2nd or even 3rd rounder.
Puts us over the top and helps us win #6!
Cons: Likely only a 1 year rental with the amount of money he is looking for in the future.
Can he still compete with the best coming off an ACL injury?
Locker room distraction?
-Pros: Offense will be unstoppable. Nuff Said.
Dynamic young player. One of the best in the league. He's a baaad man as well!
Great compliment to M. Crabtree and will help V. Davis stretch the field.
Will also help on special teams with the return game. (pencil him down for at least 3 return tds in a season)
Also only cost us a 2nd or 3rd rounder to get. Maybe even throw in AJ Jenkins for the hell of it.
Much cheaper to sign to an extension than Revis. (looking for 7-8 million/year?)
Cons: Injury prone. Just doesn't appear to be able to stay healthy.
Locker room distraction as well?
I believe both of these guys can put us over the top and undoubtedly help us win #6. I think that when all is said and done, they both want to win a super bowl and if that can happen they will both shut up and be team players. What is everyone's thoughts?