The building structure of the 2000's Patriots, the emphasis on O-line of the early 90's Cowboys, the defensive emphasis of the late 90's, early 00's Ravens, a head coach who was mentored by Bill Walsh and a new quarterback phenomenon with sensational skills and physical gifts.
Good move. Can't wait to see all the details on this one. I was hoping we could get Davis for an average cap hit of $6M per year. It looks like it will be more like $7M per year (which is fair), but we'll have to see how much of his contracts total worth is incentives.
Hopefully Iupati or Crabtree is next. But we need to have backup plans in case either of them demands too much money. We can't be overpaying for OGs and WRs.
Originally posted by ads_2006:
i think aldon smith is the one that won't get a contract
although, since we have a franchise qb, maybe he can make #1 wr's. Like Manning, Brady.
Love Davis's style of play as well. Good signing
Uh....Aldon is what this team has been looking for since Charles Haley. He would be among the LAST people they would let walk.
Agreed. Aldon isn't going anywhere. Kapernick and Aldon will be expensive to resign, but it will get done.
Fortunately though, we have them for longer on their rookie deals than Crabtree and Iupati. I'm hoping what happens is we lockup Crabtree and Iupati with front loaded deals. We should have plenty of cap space after this season when we can get guys like Goodwin, Rogers, Whitner, and Justin Smith's contracts off the payroll.
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