Originally Posted by Mainejet
You are completely full of SH*T. You call it a goofy analogy ONLY because you want to lessen the value of a CB. Really depends on what your line of thinking is when building a SB champion. You think CB's are expendable. I think that makes you a dingbat that obviously doesn't watch Jets football.
And don't lessen, even for a second, what Darrelle Revis is. He's the best CB in the game today and will likely go down as the second best or best CB to have ever played the game. He creates a numbers mismatch on the field on every single play the defense is on the field. Mario Williams doesn't do that. Jason Pierre Paul doesn't do that. JJ Watt doesn't do that. Not on every single play at least. You never have to give him Safety help over the top. Just put him on an island with the opponents best receiver and forget about it.
CB along with QB, WR, LT, and LB/DE are the most important positions when building a football team IMO. You act as though QB should be 75 million per season of a 122 million dollar salary cap. That's dumb. There is more than enough money to go around under the cap to pay your players what they are worth and still win the SB.
And you're an idiot for thinking we'll never have an offense so long as Revis is making top dollar. You just want to b*tch about what he could potentially make.
Yes, it's a very stupid analogy.
You're comparing the value of a CB (regardless of how great he is) to that of a Superbowl winning, HOF QB like Peyton Manning who accounts for 35-40 TD's a season.
That's retarded, plain and simple.
If Revis won't budge from his $16 million per demands, then he can go suck a bag of dicks.
If you think Revis disrupts an offense more than J.J. Watt, you're a jackass. The guy had over 20 sacks last year as a 3-4 DE. That's absolutely insane.
Not to mention the 16 passes he batted down at the LOS.