Could Brady possibly be headed to Oakl...I mean Las Vegas?

jimmythegreek

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#1
$60m over 2 more seasons? That would make his predictable retirement age of 45 a virtual certainty barring of course injury. Does he want to play for Jon Gruden for his curtain calls, and if signed how would this affect Derek Carr's next destination? Just adds to a most interesting and competitive draft and problem solving offseason.
 
#2
I would stick with Carr. The Raiders had no big play receiver and their defense was awful. Carr is not the problem. He used what he did have, Waller, Renfroe, effectively. I mean, if they don't want Carr, use their picks to trade up and get a QB, and take Carr's money and spend it on defense. I think Brady at 30 million a year at the end of his career is not the best option. Unless, it's just a publicity stunt as they move to their new home in Vegas.
 
#3
Brady to the Raiders looks real
Carr to the Colts
Rivers to the Bucs
Tannihill to the Patriots.
Tua to the Dolphins.
Hebert to the Chargers.

Just a stupid guess
 
#10
I hope Tannehill doesn't go to the Pats. I think the Colts have a lot of interest in Bridgewater.
I would keep Brissett then. And I don't think he's an NFL starter....... Bridgewater isn't an NFL starting QB either. He should give Payton half his new contract for making him look good. Because he's not.......
 

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#16
I would keep Brissett then. And I don't think he's an NFL starter....... Bridgewater isn't an NFL starting QB either. He should give Payton half his new contract for making him look good. Because he's not.......
The league figured out Brisett last year, Bridgewater is better, but not that much better IMO.
 
#24
In the current, and coming QB market, that still puts Brady around #10 or so, if even that high. Dak turned down multiple years at 33. They're talking 30+ at multiple years for Teddy B. It's not the blow away great offer they're making it out to be for Brady, and I doubt it's enough to get him to even consider leaving NE. 2 Years, 80 Million might start to get his attention.
 
#30
These numbers are nuts. Top QBs deserve the money, but if you ain't top 10 or a draw like Brady is, consider yourself lucky to get $10m a year. Case Keenum got $18m based off of one season and now he's back to scrub money. Not that I feel too badly, guy still made $33m so far in his career. Now think some dumb team is going to give Teddy B that for being once again a middle of the road QB? The money is just nuts, eventually teams are going to figure this out like they have in MLB and stop giving big free agent dollars to anyone other than true elite players. Some kid whose been in your system for 2-3 years is going to be at least 95% as good as some of the lower quality QBs.
 
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