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Old 01-25-2013, 09:28 PM   #23
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Default Re: Jets open to trading Revis

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Originally Posted by knickballer
No, this one is on the Jets as they knew this situation was going to happen 2 years ago when they were negotiating his contract. The Jets have completely mismanaged their cap situation by giving Mark Sanchez the heavy extension but yet can't afford to pay Revis?

The Jets aren't that bad of a team and with a few moves they can be a playoff team as we all know the NFL is a parity league. With a few roster moves they can actually move themselves into cap flexibility by finding a trading partner for Sanchez(unlikely though), cutting players like Pace, Scott, Smith and Tebow can save them around $21mil in cap space.

I think the highest paid corner in the league is getting paid around 11.5mil, it's not awful by giving him something like $12mil considering what Revis means to the team.

First and foremost the Jets need an answer to the QB position. Sanchez is obviously not that and if they are going to keep Sanchez as their QB then might as trade Revis and get something back as we know Jets aren't winning shit with Sanchez. Not a bad idea actually, get a 1st and/or 2nd rounder, tank for the 1st overall and Jets are in great position for the future.
Sorry there are no moves to make except this one. You obviously dont know the Jets situation because they are more than a few moves away. No QB, No pass rush, No LB's, 2 holes on the OL, 1 decent receiver, 1 decent TE, no RB.

Paying Sanchez mistake, cap situation abysmal.

There is no room to keep this guy. This team is no where remotely close to being a good team.

Time to dump and go! Rebuild!
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