Bonckers

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  2. 12-4 Make the playoffs and win the Super Bowl.
  3. I am so excited for honestly probably the first time ever for this basketball season I have not followed basketball or show interest in since MJ came out of retirement. I have had some major changes in my life the last 6 months and will have a bunch of alone downtime and I believe this is one way I can invest said time that will be enjoyable.
  4. Yesh saw something on PFT and Payton said something to the effect of this is not for everyone. The second time he was asked to be cut or walked out. did it in Tennessee last year too. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/08/10/saints-release-rishard-matthews-after-he-left-team/ Saints release Rishard Matthews after he left team Posted by Darin Gantt on August 10, 2019, 6:53 PM EDT AP The Rishard Matthews era in New Orleans didn’t last long. Per Mike Triplett of ESPN.com, the Saints released the veteran wide receiver after he chose to leave camp, a day after playing in their first preseason game. “It’s not for everyone,” Payton said. The Saints signed Matthews in June. The 29-year-old Matthews asked the Titans for his release last September, and he signed with the Jets before ending the year on injured reserve. The Saints also released tight end Jake Powell, and placed veteran offensive lineman Ulrick John on injured reserve.
  5. Face was spot on I would say that overall I thought the Oline even backups played very well. The plays they gave up for pressures where when he held onto the ball past the standard 3-second rule. I thought the 2-minute drill at the end of the first half was great, he had some really nice throws into tight windows.
  6. Congratulations!!
  7. He is also a former Yuc.
  8. I like to watch the Saints games and used to watch every preseason game I could for Fantasy Football, but no so much on that front. I watch the games to see some of the younger guys and see who could develop or make the roster.
  9. I don't think Butler is the stretching the field type of guy. He is slower than MT according to 40 times. I do, however, think with Ginn, the LSU track guy Jones, and a couple of others we can fill the stretching the field options or grow someone to replace Ginn next year. I really am high on Kirkwood. Hope he isn't out long.
  10. I hope him nothing but success, but honestly, we are down 2 WR's in practice and if he turns into a pro bowler I'm gonna be disappointed. Kirkwood and Butler have missed multiple days and they are the same build as Meredith.
  11. Oh, I agree 100%, but not everyone in his position is smart when they are handed that kind of money. Some even expect that to be the tip of the iceberg. Not all, I hope he was one of the few who was smart with it.
  12. I like the cap numbers if this article is correct it means his cap number grows over time, but also that there are incentives involved that require him to play at last years level in 2020 and 2023 for him to average that 20 mill a year number. https://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2019/07/31/inside-the-michael-thomas-deal/ Inside the Michael Thomas deal Posted by Mike Florio on July 31, 2019, 8:27 PM EDT Getty Images Yes, $20 million per year gets halfway around the world before $19.25 million per year gets its pants on. When it comes to the contract signed by Saints receiver Michael Thomas, it most definitely is not a five-year, $100 million contract extension. It’s a five-year, $96.25 million base deal, with the opportunity to bump the contract to $100 million based on performance in 2022 and 2023. Here is the full breakdown of the contract, followed by some analysis. 1. As previously reported, Thomas gets a signing bonus of $20 million. 2. 2019 base salary: $1.648043 million, fully guaranteed. 3. 2020 base salary: $11 million, fully guaranteed. 4. 2021 base salary: $12.6 million, $3 million of which is fully guaranteed at signing. The remaining $9.6 million is guaranteed for injury only at signing, and it becomes fully guaranteed on the third day of the 2021 league year. 5. 2021 workout bonus: $200,000, guaranteed for injury only. 6. 2022 base salary: $15.35 million, guaranteed for injury only and fully guaranteed on the third day of the 2022 league year. 7. 2022 roster bonus: $250,000, due on the fifth day of the league year. Not guaranteed. 8. 2022 workout bonus: $200,000, guaranteed for injury only. 9. 2023 base salary: $15.5 million. Not guaranteed. 10. 2023 roster bonus: $250,000, due on the fifth day of the league year. Not guaranteed. 11. 2023 workout bonus: $200,000, not guaranteed. 12. 2023 46-man per-game roster bonuses: $31,250, with a maximum of $500,000. 13. 2024 base salary: $18.5 million. Not guaranteed. 14. 2024 roster bonus: $250,000, due on the fifth day of the league year. Not guaranteed. 15. 2024 workout bonus: $200,000, not guaranteed. 16. 2024 46-man per-game roster bonuses: $46,875, with a maximum of $750,000. For 2023 and 2024, the deal has escalators that max out at $1.875 million each year, with $375,000 payable based on each of five different triggers tied to achievements in 2022 and 2023, respectively: 12 touchdowns, 1,400 receiving yards, 1,400 and a playoff berth, 100 receptions, and 100 receptions and a playoff berth. Thus, it’s a base deal of $96.25 million. To get to $100 million, Thomas needs to do each of the following in 2022 and 2023: Catch 100 passes, gain 1,400 yards, score 12 touchdowns, and get to the playoffs. The full guarantee at signing is $35.64 million, covering the first two years and a slice of 2021. For the bulk of 2021 and all of 2022 through 2024, it’s a series of year-to-year team-held options. And even if it truly were a $100 million deal, Thomas wouldn’t be the first non-quarterback to get there, despite reports characterizing it that way. Larry Fitzgerald signed a $120 million contract in 2011, and Calvin Johnson signed a deal worth up to $132 million in 2012. But, again, it’s not a $100 million deal. It’s a $96.25 million deal. And the rolling guarantees give the Saints plenty of flexibility beyond 2020, if Thomas isn’t performing at a high level, or perhaps if the Saints don’t have a quarterback who can get the most out of Thomas.
  13. Good point Boris, but they also have a QB who is taking far less than league average, not that Drew isn't now. So they can sign middle of the pack players. The except with the Patriots was free-agent addition a couple of years ago Stephone Gilmore.
  14. I lost my job yesterday, so I may not make it. I do have some prospects so I may have one before the end of next week. Hoping for one, in particular, I have turned down twice in the last 6 months. So fingers crossed. I get the feeling it may have been God's way of telling me to take that job.
  15. That's a great point Boris. If he was smart with that money can go a long way towards setting up his life and any future family he has.