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  1. The Rich McKay Conspiracy

    "Nuts" he says. "NUTS!!!!" Ahh....what does he know.

    Steve Young is right, you can’t move on for a guy who just threw for 5,100 yards and 30 TD’s just because he had a bunch of INT’s too during his first season in a new system... it’s a lot easier to work on limiting turnovers than it is to find someone who can play like Winston.
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    Jameis wants more than $30 million a year

    Those two things rent mutually exclusive.
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    Jameis wants more than $30 million a year

    I’ve lived in three NFL cities now, and I can say that between Tampa, Dallas, and Chicago... Tampa fans are objectively the dumbest.
  4. The Rich McKay Conspiracy

    Jameis wants more than $30 million a year

    Are you suggesting that Carson Palmer knows more about the Bruce Arians offense than the geniuses in the Bucs general fan base?!?
  5. The Rich McKay Conspiracy

    Jameis wants more than $30 million a year

    Worth the 6 minutes to listen to:
  6. The Rich McKay Conspiracy

    Odds of Brady to sign with the Bucs only 9 to 1

    I’m good with this but only if we can get Josh McCown to back up Brady.
  7. The Rich McKay Conspiracy

    Odds of Brady to sign with the Bucs only 9 to 1

    The greatest QB of all time isn’t starting with a new team at age 43. This whole thing is stupid. He’s either a Patriot or he retires.
  8. The Rich McKay Conspiracy

    Bills, Pats, Saints and Seahags

    Bills, Saints, Pats, Hawks In fairness though, Bills are up 10-0 as I'm seeing this thread...
  9. The Rich McKay Conspiracy

    Jameis wants more than $30 million a year

    I don't think that's the case... he works hard, he's in the first year in a new offense, and he put up huge numbers (INT's included). Since neither of us really know for sure, it makes sense to at least franchise him and see what 26 year old Jameis does in year two with Arians.
  10. The Rich McKay Conspiracy

    Jameis wants more than $30 million a year

    Fair and solid points but this is where you lost me. Dalton flat out sucks, Stafford isn't going anywhere and has a bad back, Marcus Mariota is simply not as good as Jameis and just lost his job, Cam Newton may or may not be good still, but that's a crapshoot and he's probably going to be a Panther anyway. Plus, Winston is turning 26 years old this week. He's still young as hell, and still going to get better. It would be the most Buccaneer thing ever to let a young, 5,000 yard QB walk and then spend the next 5 to 10 years sorting through the Bruce Gradkowski's and Josh Freeman's of the world looking for someone who was anywhere near as good as the guy they gave up on. There simply aren't QB's who are better than him on the market, and this team doesn't have the capital to get a top prospect in the draft. I do think drafting someone in the 3rd or 4th round to back him up would be smart if you can't sign a competent, healthy vet to hold the clipboard - particularly if there's good value on the board. If the team isn't sure Jameis is worth a multi-year deal, you have to franchise him for now.
  11. The Rich McKay Conspiracy

    Lynch a HOF Finalist Again

    Any chance the 49'ers success this year helps nudge him forward?
  12. The Rich McKay Conspiracy

    Couldn't have ended better for the Bucs

    Not many backups ever threw for 5,000 yards with 30 TD's. Jameis isn't even the leader for most INT's in a season by a Buccaneer QB... he's got some work to do to catch Testaverde's 35 in 1988.
  13. The Rich McKay Conspiracy

    Jameis wants more than $30 million a year

    Not too difficult? Only 8 guys have EVER done it. Marino, Brees, Manning, Roethlisberger, Brady, Stafford, Mahomes, and... Winston. It’s elite company and while the INT’s are definitely a problem that probably mean Winston gets franchised instead of getting a big contract, dismissing the 5,000 yards is beyond stupid... especially when Winston was rolling until both of those receivers got hurt and left him extremely short on good passing weapons. He also led the NFC in touchdowns, only Lamar Jackson had more.
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    Jameis wants more than $30 million a year

    If the Bucs tried that, Winston would go straight to Jacksonville or some other QB desperate team who’d give him 5 years guaranteed. Players want long term security more than they want an extra couple million per season on a shorter deal. Careers end too quickly in the NFL for them to approach it any other way.
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    Jameis wants more than $30 million a year

    You must be thinking of the salary cap from 15 years ago. Today, back up QB’s are making $5m to $8m. Like it or not, guys who throw for 5,000 yards are going to get into that $30m range. That’s today’s NFL and if the Bucs don’t pay him, another QB needy team will, and the Bucs can reach for a QB with the 17th or so pick in the draft and pray that in three years they’ve gotten lucky, but they probably won’t. Arians isn’t getting any younger, and he didn’t come out of retirement to rebuild. Jameis will be back next year, and depending on what the price tag is, probably the next 4 to 5 years, yes at about $27-$30m per. Also, Jameis has been to a Pro-Bowl.
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