Originally Posted by eaglenj
Which is why we could need to pay a large part of it and add in a draft pick.
The point of the thread is to provide flynns cap value so we can see if a trade is possible.
Is seattle gonna say to themselves, "damn sanchez was snakebitten in NY,lets trade flynn for him" definitely not.
But is seattle in a situation where they can say, "does sanchez at a reduced number (after the jets pay part of it), and a 4th round pick, make sense for our team?" Maybe they would...
I don't understand the notion that Flynn is a top option. based off what 2 good games in a GB offense that was dominant. It makes no sense to spend what it will take to get Flynn only to find out what Pete Carroll did - he's not that good.
I'd rather draft a QB in the mid rounds 3 through 5 and let him compete with Sanchez throughout camp. If he pans out we have our new starter otherwise Sanchez is the fallback with hopefully revamped offensive coaches and players.