Even if the NY Jets make the Playoffs next year, they will not win the SB.
It is the RINGS that determine proficiency in the NFL
It's a very very difficult decision though imo.
NO RING = NO JOB
If you could listen to Philly radio, there are reports stating that Reid was here two years too long at least.
When an NFL team does not win the SB, they fall into the 'Rest of the Pack' category. Like it or not most people only remember who won the SB. Not who lost the AFCCG
That's where I'm accounting for his portion of the signing bonus he got in 2011. That's straight from Jason's site. Believe me, what I said was right lol.He still would have a base salary of $3 million, pro-rated bonus of $3 million from his last contract and $3 million of additional bonuses that he is scheduled to receive in 2013. Then add the $4.28 million portion of his new contracts bonus.
I'm on board with this strategy. CB1 and CB2 are turning into premium positions in a passing league, good corners are harder to come by than people think. somebody in another thread brought up the idea of moving wilson to FS which I think could be a prudent move. the jets do have berry signed for next season and I think lankster/trufant are capable nickle and dime backs
Remember that prorating money can only happen over 5 years regardless of the length of the deal. So prorating 30 million in 2013 is going to cost 6 million a year from 2013-2017 and 0 dollars in 2018 and 2019. This is why almost every new contract does not extend beyond 5 years right now. Id be surprised if Revis would sign for 12 million a year even after injury.