Originally posted by sdaddy101269:
My question for all of you that think he isn't worth 100mil. What makes a guy worth that amount?
The price your team pays for not having a franchise-type QB who's only in his 1st full season
and is already on the cusp of leading this team to back-to-back SB appearances. That, my friend, is a heavy price to pay and is WAY MORE EXPENSIVE than giving Kap $100M.
The gamble is a simple one....do you think he's going to get better or worse going forward? If you think he's going to get worse, let him walk or offer him a deal that is less than QBs who haven't accomplished what this guy already has (see Cutler, Stafford, Ryan, Romo). But if you think this guy can actually get better (which I happen to) even after everything he's already done, you pay him AT LEAST what those other guys are getting.
The line is already drawn, you can't skimp on paying top QBs in the NFL. If you have a franchise QB (or what you consider a potential franchise QB), you:
[ Edited by GhostofFredDean74 on Jan 9, 2014 at 5:55 PM ]