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tfree32 last won the day on January 23 2018

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  1. Meaning what? I would prefer Suh over McCoy, but think both are on the downside of their careers. I think Houston brings better value than either for a similar price.
  2. tfree32

    Problem for Montez Sweat???

    That will only happen if the Bucs draft him.
  3. I’m pushing to dump Mediocre McCoy and sign someone better and more impactful.
  4. Yep, he's a Nebraska guy. I watch mostly Nebraska football, so the guys I have a little more insight on than others here will tend to be from Nebraska or the Big Ten. We need bodies at RB and he would be a good late round or free agent pickup.
  5. I’m not pushing to sign Suh. I’m pushing to get rid of McCoy and replace him with someone better.
  6. Then trade McCoy. I don't care. I just can't understand paying him $13 million to be mediocre and provide no leadership for another year. I would far rather have Houston bringing pressure off the edge and then draft McCoy's replacement.
  7. I'm envisioning cutting McCoy, signing Houston, and drafting McCoy's replacement.
  8. We could cut McCoy with no cap hit and use the money to sign either Suh or Houston. I’ve made no secret of the fact that I’m a Suh fan, but he seems to be on the downside of his career. He’s good but not great and incredibly durable. But he’s not as dominant as he was and may be on autopilot and collecting checks at this point. I’d prefer we sign Houston at this point. He’s got a lot left in the tank and would be a monster coming off the edge. So cut McCoy and use the money to sign Houston to a 2-3 year deal.
  9. I’d love to see a late round pick spent on Devine Ogizbo. He’s been overlooked but will be a solid pro. https://thedraftnetwork.com/player/devine-ozigbo
  10. The issue is that most teams claim they're drafting and developing those guys rather than swinging for the fences with free agents. But we're so broke, our homegrown talent is leaving in droves. And since we're broke, we have no money to sign free agents to replace them. We're a shitty team with little talent and less depth. Yet we hired a 66 year old head coach with health issues and are apparently in win-now mode. So what are we planning to win with? veterans like McCoy have proven they aren't the difference-makers we need. Are we seriously banking on Winston suddenly becoming an All-Pro miracle worker who can lead us deep into the playoffs? The far smarter course of action would be to liquidate assets for draft picks and pursue a full scale rebuild. Swapping out Winston for Haskins or Murray would net draft picks and save the team millions. McCoy likely has trade value. David would probably love to play for a playoff caliber team. At least a full rebuild would show the team has some direction. Muddling along with this crappy roster and expecting we will magically win the division is asinine.
  11. This is the best read on the topic I've come across. The team has been so poorly managed that we completely suck and are completely broke at the same time. How in the hell does Licht still have a job? https://www.tampabay.com/sports/bucs/2019/03/12/only-the-bucs-can-be-bad-and-broke-at-same-time/
  12. 1 year/$4 million https://bucswire.usatoday.com/2019/03/12/nfl-free-agency-bucs-breshad-perriman/
  13. Glad she’s feeling better rook. This team seems stuck on stupid when it comes to overpaying for mediocre players.
  14. tfree32

    Bucs will keep Gerald McCoy

    He's a cross between Rodney Dangerfield and the "you no want breakfast" Asian lady from Happy Gilmore. 😂 So let's pay him $13 million more to be soft, mediocre, and provide no leadership for one more year. #BucsLogic
  15. tfree32

    Bucs will keep Gerald McCoy

    The Patriots have been a case study in how it’s better to get rid of guys a year too early than a year too late. McCoy is on the downside of his career now. He’s a one trick pony, with a quick first step off the snap as his only really special attribute. That seems like the sort of trait that will be quick to go as he ages. Paying him $13 million a year is too high based on his past performance. Continuing to do so as he declines seems particularly dumb.
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