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25 minutes ago, Logic said:

If the price tag really is around $16-17 Million, I think I'm out.

I mean...that's a lot of cheddar for a 32 year old player who hasn't played a full season in three years.

He’s played 16 games in 2 of the last 3 years. 
 

i don’t think the packers or bills will pay him 16-17M per. 

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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.

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1 minute ago, Nester said:

$16-$17 is a lot

Yikes

 

Yeah.  My final offer would be the $13M they save by cutting Butler and Addison.

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2 hours ago, BuffaloRebound said:

That’s more high motor, lunch pail hard workers than 1 team can handle.  


You mean blue collar gym rats?

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riddle me this.. IF he is so good how come a team does not have him locked?

 

Is it 

 

A. Cause he is asking for to much?

B. He just aint that good no more?

C. Injury History?

 

I say All of the above. The thing is he is not in a hurry, he has time.

 

His age and him Injured to much is not going to get him far fast. He wants the money, Live cheap and retire on his last contract. Just like every other star vet his age. I cant blame him for any of this but is he going to give this team 1000%?

 

A question worth discussion

 

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51 minutes ago, Logic said:

If the price tag really is around $16-17 Million, I think I'm out.

I mean...that's a lot of cheddar for a 32 year old player who hasn't played a full season in three years.

 

 Is that what you heard?  where?

 

Most I heard was this

https://bleacherreport.com/articles/2933459-tj-watt-trolls-on-twitter-after-brother-jjs-cryptic-tweet-amid-free-agency

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ESPN's Dianna Russini reported Thursday that "multiple teams" have made offers to Watt, including a contract worth around $15-16 million.

 

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10 minutes ago, Hapless Bills Fan said:

 

If he has a dozen teams after him, then he's gonna get overpaid.

 

I think Beane and Co. should get busy sussing out other FA pass rushing and DL talent.

 

 

 

I think we are out 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, DJB said:

 

 

 

I think we are out 

 

 

 

Not necessarily.  Keep in mind that an average of 15-16M/yr can be set up in several ways.

 

But, at that price, I think we'd be starving ourselves of some other pieces we need to assure success, and would be better off looking for a more "sleeper" contributor to improve our DL and pass rush.

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4 minutes ago, DJB said:

 

 

 

I think we are out 

 

 

If guys like Trent Murphy and Mario Addison can be paid at 8 million per, even an 80% JJ Watt has to be worth 15 million per, don't you think??

 

I'm not saying the Bills should pay him that much, but if its money he cares most about, he will get that much from someone.

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18 minutes ago, PrimeTime101 said:

riddle me this.. IF he is so good how come a team does not have him locked?

 

Is it 

 

A. Cause he is asking for to much?

B. He just aint that good no more?

C. Injury History?

 

I say All of the above. The thing is he is not in a hurry, he has time.

 

His age and him Injured to much is not going to get him far fast. He wants the money, Live cheap and retire on his last contract. Just like every other star vet his age. I cant blame him for any of this but is he going to give this team 1000%?

 

A question worth discussion

 

From Watt's perspective, what's the rush?  If he has a dozen or so teams after him, he can take his time and pick and choose the best offer/situation.

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Simply not worth that much money, 14-15 million for an aged player who has been often injured the last three years. 

 

If the guy is really that interested in that kind of money I tend to think he is looking for a last big payday before he retires. 

 

No thank you, next!  

 

 

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JJ's recent tweet saying:

 

"Midday naps, loathed as a child, revered in adulthood"

 

Another big clue pointing in Buffalo's direction.

 

Buffalo/Bison not only rest during the day as they feed at early morning and dusk or nights, but they may have been hated/loathed by the __________ of the past because it allowed the ___________ to survive, yet they were highly revered by the __________ then for their for food, clothing, shelter and symbolic power, and revered now too by those _____________ and the____________who are unhappy with their endangered/minimal numbers now in existence.  (I created blanks as I am  not trying to be political here. JJ if you want to confirm, just fill in the blanks and tweet me. I promise not to tell anyone. Thanks.)

 

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