And unless the Jets are willing to pay over 10% of their total cap to a CB, Revis will have all the leverage and the team will take anything offered. My guess is a 2nd and 4th at best.
Also, instead of saying "Morninweg" (which I'm sure I spelled incorrectly, can we just say "Coach M" from now on? Just askin'.
all decisions directly affect the entire team cb qb kicker punter whatever.
whats wasted is the damn fools who want to trade revis for "i dont know" players and meaningless draft picks.
none of us know what revis will do to restructure to help this team win. im sure hes as aggravated as we all are. its the stupid idiotic fair weather fans who demand he be traded over and over again then complain about losing as well.
I don't get everyone saying the Jets can't afford to pay Revis what he wants. The Jets can't afford to waste 50 million dollars on players like Harris, Scott, and Sanchez. If Idzik is any good and figures out how to pay his players appropriately, then there's no reason that you can't pay a superstar like.....a superstar.
This is absolute silliness. You don't trade Revis. Yes we need some depth, but Jesus your going to trade away the best defensive player in the game on a weekly basis, for a couple of unknown draft picks that could turn out to be a couple of Vernon Gholstons!!!?
We keep him and all out draft picks this year. Maybe we trade down an get a few extra. We can fill depth that way.
Also anyone complaining about getting a pass-rusher, it's not goin to come in a straight up trade for Revis(ex: Revis for Watt). We have two young, excellent d-linemen who are developing into good pass rushers, especially coples. I'm expecting a beastly year for him in 2013. And if a good OLB falls to us at 9, and he turns out to be a player, we just filled a HUGE need
If we aren't going to break the bank for him eventually then yes we should trade him, but now is when his value is at an all time low.