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Oh please sweet baby Jesus, get it done Beane. Get it done right now

You don’t trade JJ Watt if you’re the Texans, you release him so he can go where he wants. It’s the classy move.

I think I figured this out.    1:14 AM Feb 24, 2021   1+1+4+2+4+2+0+2+1=17   Josh Allen! 

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Maybe Watt is one of those BS artists who talks about a higher purpose like winning a Super Bowl but in the end it's all about the Benjamin's.

 

A lot of us have had friends who wanted to change jobs for a better work/life balance.  They sounded so high minded as they looked for a new job but then when the dust settled and they took that new job the work/life balance was worse but the money was a lot better.

 

I doubt Watt can get the money AND the Super Bowl run.  Or put another way, if Watt gets the money then a team is overpaying him.

 

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10 minutes ago, Buffalo Barbarian said:

Cant believe he wants Cleveland, we are a better team with a better culture and a way better organization. They may have more cap space  but but it if wants to win a championship he needs to come here.

 

 

I think both Cleveland are the Bills are really close in terms of who’s the better team going forward.... that being said, who said he wants Cleveland?

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10 minutes ago, Buffalo Barbarian said:

Cant believe he wants Cleveland, we are a better team with a better culture and a way better organization. They may have more cap space  but but it if wants to win a championship he needs to come here.

 

 

He says the main reason is they have the cap space to give him what he wants...if that’s the case, he is probably asking for more than I want the bills to pay for him...

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6 minutes ago, ScottLaw said:

I think both Cleveland are the Bills are really close in terms of who’s the better team going forward.... that being said, who said he wants Cleveland?

 

 

J.J. Watt Seriously Considering Cleveland Per Report

Free agent defensive end J.J. Watt is seriously considering the Cleveland Browns according to a report from Mary Kay Cabot of cleveland.com.

5 minutes ago, JaCrispy said:

He says the main reason is they have the cap space to give him what he wants...if that’s the case, he is probably asking for more than I want the bills to pay for him...

 

I hoping for 2 years 13 mill

 

 

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42 minutes ago, cle23 said:

 

It's amazing that you know OBJ and Mayfield are "me first." OBJ has that rep, but from the media only. His teammates love him. And Mayfield is the furthest from me first that there is. Watch his reactions when his teammates score. 

 

Garrett had 1 issue, albeit a major one, but his entire history has been of a great guy and teammate.  

Of all fan bases you would think Bills fans would try not to be lazy and just listen to the narrative put out there about players. 

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53 minutes ago, cle23 said:

 

It's amazing that you know OBJ and Mayfield are "me first." OBJ has that rep, but from the media only. His teammates love him. And Mayfield is the furthest from me first that there is. Watch his reactions when his teammates score. 

 

Garrett had 1 issue, albeit a major one, but his entire history has been of a great guy and teammate.  

Oh stop, your ridiculous Cleveland bias is showing.  OBJ screams "look at me", from his hair, his time at NY, to his complaining about targets.  When you say Mayfield is the furthest from me first that there is - are you seriously trying to put him in the same class as J Allen - because he's not in the same stratosphere.

 

Not only has Garrett had at least one issue (remember the feable lie he followed that up with when he tried to play the race card?).  Also the organization made a mockery of the "Man of the Year" award by giving Cleveland's designation to that degenerate.  Watt can't be pleased by that.

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22 minutes ago, Einstein's Dog said:

Oh stop, your ridiculous Cleveland bias is showing.  OBJ screams "look at me", from his hair, his time at NY, to his complaining about targets.  When you say Mayfield is the furthest from me first that there is - are you seriously trying to put him in the same class as J Allen - because he's not in the same stratosphere.

 

Not only has Garrett had at least one issue (remember the feable lie he followed that up with when he tried to play the race card?).  Also the organization made a mockery of the "Man of the Year" award by giving Cleveland's designation to that degenerate.  Watt can't be pleased by that.

 

No one but Rudolph, Garrett and the NFL know what was said. Weird that the audio was lost for that play only. Garrett was beyond dumb with the helmet, but his off the field work speaks for itself.

 

OBJ has a bad rap, some of it deserved, but just saying most "me first" players aren't great teammates. OBJs teammates love him. 

 

Also, who said a word about Allen. Mayfield is a great teammate. All the way around. He celebrates just as much when his teammates score or make big plays as he does when he makes the play. What makes him a bad teammate?

 

Allen is a better QB as of today. That's got nothing to do with Mayfield being a "me first" player as you claim. What makes you say that? And how is Mayfield different than Allen as a teammate?

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This Browns leak is 1 of 2 things:

 

1 - Watt's side trying to get other teams to up their offers

 

2 - Watt's side trying to get the Browns to up their offer

 

I think its the former.  The best way to create leverage for more money is the illusion of multiple teams bidding on your service. 

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20 minutes ago, cle23 said:

 

No one but Rudolph, Garrett and the NFL know what was said. Weird that the audio was lost for that play only. Garrett was beyond dumb with the helmet, but his off the field work speaks for itself.

 

OBJ has a bad rap, some of it deserved, but just saying most "me first" players aren't great teammates. OBJs teammates love him. 

 

Also, who said a word about Allen. Mayfield is a great teammate. All the way around. He celebrates just as much when his teammates score or make big plays as he does when he makes the play. What makes him a bad teammate?

 

Allen is a better QB as of today. That's got nothing to do with Mayfield being a "me first" player as you claim. What makes you say that? And how is Mayfield different than Allen as a teammate?

 

 

https://www.nfl.com/news/vets-addressed-duke-johnson-remarks-with-mayfield-0ap3000001033747

 

 

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5 minutes ago, whatdrought said:

Not taking up for Mayfield by any means, just want to say I think he looked a lot more mature and more like a leader this past season than in 2018-2019. I remember some Browns fans or maybe the media in that area were saying he's Johnny 2.0 lol.

 

Anyways he is still a wild card imo but he did look more like the QB and leader the Browns needed him to be this past season.

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2 hours ago, cle23 said:

It's amazing that you know OBJ and Mayfield are "me first." OBJ has that rep, but from the media only. His teammates love him. And Mayfield is the furthest from me first that there is. Watch his reactions when his teammates score. 

I know you’re not going to believe this, but I know someone who is directly related to a Browns player and said they’ve been told Baker is extremely me first. 

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7 minutes ago, JGMcD2 said:

I know you’re not going to believe this, but I know someone who is directly related to a Browns player and said they’ve been told Baker is extremely me first. 

 

What does that mean, "directly related?" An actual relative? A friend? 

 

I'm going on everything I've seen firsthand. Games. Training camp.  Even hearing John Dorsey, the same dude who was a big part of drafting Mahomes, say a big thing they loved about Mayfield was how much his teammates loved and gravitated to him.

 

Players don't typically love players who don't care about the team. 

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13 minutes ago, cle23 said:

 

What does that mean, "directly related?" An actual relative? A friend? 

 

I'm going on everything I've seen firsthand. Games. Training camp.  Even hearing John Dorsey, the same dude who was a big part of drafting Mahomes, say a big thing they loved about Mayfield was how much his teammates loved and gravitated to him.

 

Players don't typically love players who don't care about the team. 

I mean is Dorsey going to say they drafted him and his teammates hate him? What else  is he supposed to say... 

 

It is a relative of a player... came over from another team with a top tier QB and said Baker doesn’t put in close to the same amount of time as the other QB does and it was frustrating for him to see. 

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