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    Quote Originally Posted by sdJETSetter View Post
    please dont take this as disrespectful, but you must be huffing.
    Oakland needs to move both and no one else will take that kind of hit. McFadden isn't worth a 3rd what he is getting paid and McClain is a PR night mare. I'm seriously taking swapping 9 mil in dead cash for 10 mil in dead cash. We'd pretty much be swapping useless players. Well except Lancaster but I'd think we'd have to give up some value to get them to take Mark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenwichjetfan View Post
    Outta morbid curiosity, what value does the sheep have over the pig and goats.

    At least goats produce milk and pigs produce (are) pork.
    Need to ask a sheep hearder that on a cold winter night

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    Oakland needs to move both and no one else will take that kind of hit. McFadden isn't worth a 3rd what he is getting paid and McClain is a PR night mare. I'm seriously taking swapping 9 mil in dead cash for 10 mil in dead cash. We'd pretty much be swapping useless players. Well except Lancaster but I'd think we'd have to give up some value to get them to take Mark.
    Rolando McClain is going to be cut and they are just waiting to spread it over two years. IT's not a question of if but when. ( when it makes the most sense to the Raiders to cut)

    Darren McFadden most likely isn"t going anywhere as you don't fire the OC( Greg Knapp zone blocking) and go back to power blocking scheme that suits Darren McFadden game much better.( it was either one or the other, and they made their choice)

    If Raiders move Darren McFadden they would have to get a second round pick at the very least. That doesn't happen and he will be a Raider.

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    He's a backup at best, but who needs a turnover coming off the bench? Maybe he can learn the knuckleball like Flutie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VilmaMLB51 View Post
    Let's just say Jet's found some loop hole and we able to cut Sanchez without all that dead money

    Who would be favored to sign him and how much does he get on the FM?

    I can imagine him in KC with Andy Reid.
    Would have a strong supporting offensive cast and no pressure of the NY lights
    Contract wise, I'd imagine 2 years guaranteed at around 6-7 mil and team options from there on out.

    Other spots?
    Arizona, Jax, Browns, Vikings, Titans, Bills, Raiders?

    mark Sanchez has no market for his services right now.( tough to sell Mark Sanchez to any fan base) He would have to accept an offer to compete for a backup job . Try to rehabilitate his image around the league and hopefully if he gets the chance show he worthy of being a starter.
    If not he going to be holding a clip board on sideline ala Matt Leinart for the rest of his career.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raider9175 View Post
    Rolando McClain is going to be cut and they are just waiting to spread it over two years. IT's not a question of if but when. ( when it makes the most sense to the Raiders to cut)

    Darren McFadden most likely isn"t going anywhere as you don't fire the OC( Greg Knapp zone blocking) and go back to power blocking scheme that suits Darren McFadden game much better.( it was either one or the other, and they made their choice)

    If Raiders move Darren McFadden they would have to get a second round pick at the very least. That doesn't happen and he will be a Raider.
    HE HASNT DONE JACK IN THIS LEAGUE! No way in hell any team would give them a 3rd much less a 2nd for him and that is if he wasn't overpaid. They'd be lucky to get a 5th rounder he has almost no value. Maybe we can trade Powell for a 2nd too. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raider9175 View Post
    mark Sanchez has no market for his services right now.( tough to sell Mark Sanchez to any fan base) He would have to accept an offer to compete for a backup job . Try to rehabilitate his image around the league and hopefully if he gets the chance show he worthy of being a starter.
    If not he going to be holding a clip board on sideline ala Matt Leinart for the rest of his career.
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    No offense meant but you guys are in pretty bad shape cap wise. They are talking reworking Palmers deal like we did with Sanchez and he is declining. Not saying my deal would help you cap wise but McFadden needs to be moved and most of the league knows it so your not getting a good price for him at all. If you could get a good cheap starting CB and a BU QB out of that it wouldn't be a bad deal. You could save more just by cutting them I'm not going to lie. 8 of your 10 best players are FA right now. You have some cap but the minute you tag Wheeler or Shaughnessy that is pretty much gone. Maybe they rework Tommy Kelly and Janikowski but it will still not be enough. They have no choice but to try to move guys like Bey, McFadden, Branch and Brisiel to cut the cap down. Your working off a short draft and have a ton of wholes to fill. I actually think someone will give you something for McClain to be honest. POS but he is a better player then anyone else Oakland is looking to move right now. A 6th or 7th rounder for a bargain ILB heck I'd do it if only as a NE like gamble. To be quite frank you should want them to do what Washington did a few years back and just completely clean out and dump 100mil in cap trash. They will likely keep Bey, Branch, and Brisiel but McFadden well they already have a better RB on the roster so he will likely be a cap casualty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    HE HASNT DONE JACK IN THIS LEAGUE! No way in hell any team would give them a 3rd much less a 2nd for him and that is if he wasn't overpaid. They'd be lucky to get a 5th rounder he has almost no value. Maybe we can trade Powell for a 2nd too. lol
    Raiders don't get a second rounder they are content to go into the season with him their starting Rb . He was the best running back in football in 2011 (power blocking scheme) the first 6 games. (see Jet game if your memory is a little hazy )

    Raiders wouldn't have changed back to power blocking scheme from zone blocking scheme (which Mcfadden is a poor fit) if he wasn't going to be part of the team. (makes no sense) They just would have got a RB that fit that system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    No offense meant but you guys are in pretty bad shape cap wise. They are talking reworking Palmers deal like we did with Sanchez and he is declining. Not saying my deal would help you cap wise but McFadden needs to be moved and most of the league knows it so your not getting a good price for him at all. If you could get a good cheap starting CB and a BU QB out of that it wouldn't be a bad deal. You could save more just by cutting them I'm not going to lie. 8 of your 10 best players are FA right now. You have some cap but the minute you tag Wheeler or Shaughnessy that is pretty much gone. Maybe they rework Tommy Kelly and Janikowski but it will still not be enough. They have no choice but to try to move guys like Bey, McFadden, Branch and Brisiel to cut the cap down. Your working off a short draft and have a ton of wholes to fill. I actually think someone will give you something for McClain to be honest. POS but he is a better player then anyone else Oakland is looking to move right now. A 6th or 7th rounder for a bargain ILB heck I'd do it if only as a NE like gamble. To be quite frank you should want them to do what Washington did a few years back and just completely clean out and dump 100mil in cap trash. They will likely keep Bey, Branch, and Brisiel but McFadden well they already have a better RB on the roster so he will likely be a cap casualty.
    Raiders aren't in bad shape cap wise. All you have to do is look at your last statement and know you don't know what your talking about.

    Lets see DHb will be cut and has zero chance of being back. Why ? He scheduled to make 10.6 million only counts 2.9 if cut. That a 7.7 million dollar savings. Rod Streater or Juron Criner will take his place.

    Mike Brisiel will most likely be cut or traded. Why? He is a pure zone blocking oline specialist who doesn't fit the power blocking scheme they will be employing in 2013. Jaguars are moving to a zone blocking scheme and they might have interest as you have to as many players that have playeed in that system before. Raiders protected themselve with that signing and save money if he cut.

    Tom Kelly is probably gone as Raiders save alot of money in future years . (this one could go either way and isn't as definite as the other two)

    Philip Wheeler, Desmond Bryant and Brandon Myers will probably be re signed before Fa starts. Matt Shaughnessy coming off a very bad year and he isn't going to cost much to bring back. (not a big loss either way) None of those Fa I said should be re signed by the time free agency starts are worth the franchise tag.

    C Palmer isn't going anywhere. He had one of his best season last year. 565 attempts 345 completions for 4018 yards 61% completion 7.1 average 22 tds and 14 interceptions. (that with no running game and Wr that weren't comfortable running the routes . Raiders probably would like him to take less and they want to give the illusion that they are happy to go into the season with T Pryor the starter or them possible drafting one. Why they are looking to trade down to regroup that second rounder they lost. Upgrade the oline and get a true number 1 type wr and you can win a championship with C Palmer.
    Raiders don't have to pay S Lechler 3.5 million salary as they have his 400,000 replacement on the roster already Marques King.

    Raiders don't get a second rounder for DMac there is no chance he not Raiders number 1 RB.

    BTW Raider s or their fans would be more content to go with T Pryor as their starting Qb, than Mark Sanchez. Mark Sanchez isn't getting anyone to buy tickets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raider9175 View Post
    Raiders aren't in bad shape cap wise. All you have to do is look at your last statement and know you don't know what your talking about.

    Lets see DHb will be cut and has zero chance of being back. Why ? He scheduled to make 10.6 million only counts 2.9 if cut. That a 7.7 million dollar savings. Rod Streater or Juron Criner will take his place.

    Mike Brisiel will most likely be cut or traded. Why? He is a pure zone blocking oline specialist who doesn't fit the power blocking scheme they will be employing in 2013. Jaguars are moving to a zone blocking scheme and they might have interest as you have to as many players that have playeed in that system before. Raiders protected themselve with that signing and save money if he cut.

    Tom Kelly is probably gone as Raiders save alot of money in future years . (this one could go either way and isn't as definite as the other two)

    Philip Wheeler, Desmond Bryant and Brandon Myers will probably be re signed before Fa starts. Matt Shaughnessy coming off a very bad year and he isn't going to cost much to bring back. (not a big loss either way)

    C Palmer isn't going anywhere. He had one of his best season last year. 565 attempts 345 completions for 4018 yards 61% completion 7.1 average 22 tds and 14 interceptions. (that with no running game and Wr that weren't comfortable running the routes . Raiders probably would like him to take less and they want to give the illusion that they are happy to go into the season with T Pryor the starter or them possible drafting one. Why they are looking to trade down to regroup that second rounder they lost. Upgrade the oline and get a true number 1 type wr and you can win a championship with C Palmer.
    Raiders don't have to pay S Lechler 3.5 million salary as they have his 400,000 replacement on the roster already Marques King.

    Raiders don't get a second rounder for DMac there is no chance he not Raiders number 1 RB.
    LOL

    Every year

    The Raiders are the bestest, they have the most talent, speed everywhere, they are a matchup nightmare for every team, they will dominate, Jason Campbell, err, Carson Palmer, err... Coaches cycled in and cycled out after you tell us all how great each hire was...

    Raiders then suck, they make stupid trades, they have to cut the roster, fire coaches, etc etc...

    And STILL you come back here and thump your chest with a new round of manifestos proclaiming the new player, the roster, the new coach, the Raiders are coming...

    You are the worst blowhard homer of all time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raider9175 View Post
    Raiders aren't in bad shape cap wise. All you have to do is look at your last statement and know you don't know what your talking about.

    Lets see DHb will be cut and has zero chance of being back. Why ? He scheduled to make 10.6 million only counts 2.9 if cut. That a 7.7 million dollar savings. Rod Streater or Juron Criner will take his place.

    Mike Brisiel will most likely be cut or traded. Why? He is a pure zone blocking oline specialist who doesn't fit the power blocking scheme they will be employing in 2013. Jaguars are moving to a zone blocking scheme and they might have interest as you have to as many players that have playeed in that system before. Raiders protected themselve with that signing and save money if he cut.

    Tom Kelly is probably gone as Raiders save alot of money in future years . (this one could go either way and isn't as definite as the other two)

    Philip Wheeler, Desmond Bryant and Brandon Myers will probably be re signed before Fa starts. Matt Shaughnessy coming off a very bad year and he isn't going to cost much to bring back. (not a big loss either way) None of those Fa I said should be re signed by the time free agency starts are worth the franchise tag.

    C Palmer isn't going anywhere. He had one of his best season last year. 565 attempts 345 completions for 4018 yards 61% completion 7.1 average 22 tds and 14 interceptions. (that with no running game and Wr that weren't comfortable running the routes . Raiders probably would like him to take less and they want to give the illusion that they are happy to go into the season with T Pryor the starter or them possible drafting one. Why they are looking to trade down to regroup that second rounder they lost. Upgrade the oline and get a true number 1 type wr and you can win a championship with C Palmer.
    Raiders don't have to pay S Lechler 3.5 million salary as they have his 400,000 replacement on the roster already Marques King.

    Raiders don't get a second rounder for DMac there is no chance he not Raiders number 1 RB.

    BTW Raider s or their fans would be more content to go with T Pryor as their starting Qb, than Mark Sanchez. Mark Sanchez isn't getting anyone to buy tickets.
    good luck with that. Doesn't sound like a good direction to me. If I had to choice one McFadden or Bey to resign just saying it would be Bey if I was Oakland. Both should either be resigned or cut IMO Bey is the better player. McFadden is a 3rd down back nothing more. We could use that you really dont need it. If you do cut Bey don't cry when he has a great year in KC, NE, or Miami.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post
    LOL

    Every year

    The Raiders are the bestest, they have the most talent, speed everywhere, they are a matchup nightmare for every team, they will dominate, Jason Campbell, err, Carson Palmer, err... Coaches cycled in and cycled out after you tell us all how great each hire was...

    Raiders then suck, they make stupid trades, they have to cut the roster, fire coaches, etc etc...

    And STILL you come back here and thump your chest with a new round of manifestos proclaiming the new player, the roster, the new coach, the Raiders are coming...

    You are the worst blowhard homer of all time.
    I'm not so sure about that.

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    The Raiders are pretty much right at the cap limit. The problem with Oakland is that they have sunk a ton of prorated money is bad talent. Dont get me wrong they can create a bunch of cap room (and should do it) but will carry huge sums of dead money which is different than our situation where (with the exception of Sanchez) most of the dead weight doesnt also equal dead cap. Oakland is already northward of $15 million in dead money and will likely create at least another $12 million just to get breathing room and thats assuming they keep Carson Palmer, a trade which set them back 3 or 4 years. To give up a 1st and a 2nd for a guy that was retired, makes a bunch of money, and wasnt good to begin with is insane. They also have Rolando McClain to deal with. Miracles can always happen in the NFL but if there is a team that needs to just blow it up and take their lumps its that one.

    http://www.overthecap.com/teamcap.ph...ders&Year=2013

    http://www.overthecap.com/nfl-cap-space.php?Year=2013

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason423 View Post
    The Raiders are pretty much right at the cap limit. The problem with Oakland is that they have sunk a ton of prorated money is bad talent. Dont get me wrong they can create a bunch of cap room (and should do it) but will carry huge sums of dead money which is different than our situation where (with the exception of Sanchez) most of the dead weight doesnt also equal dead cap. Oakland is already northward of $15 million in dead money and will likely create at least another $12 million just to get breathing room and thats assuming they keep Carson Palmer, a trade which set them back 3 or 4 years. To give up a 1st and a 2nd for a guy that was retired, makes a bunch of money, and wasnt good to begin with is insane. They also have Rolando McClain to deal with. Miracles can always happen in the NFL but if there is a team that needs to just blow it up and take their lumps its that one.

    http://www.overthecap.com/teamcap.ph...ders&Year=2013

    http://www.overthecap.com/nfl-cap-space.php?Year=2013
    The issue with Oakland is most of their better players are FA and they weren't good to begin with. They have very little cap and these are the starter they are FA this year.

    RB Mike Goodson
    TE Brandon Myers
    P Shane Lechler
    RT Khalif Barnes
    LG Cooper Carlisle
    DT Desmond Bryant
    DL Richard Seymour
    DE Matt Shaughnessy
    LB Omar Gaither
    OLB Philip Wheeler
    CB Joselio Hanson
    KR/CB Coye Francies
    DB Michael Mitchell
    DB Matt Giordano
    KR Phillip Adams

    Answers to that are cut your starting RG, #1WR, K, DT, MLB, and restructure your overpaid starting QB so he is there longer apparently. For trading non of them are worth jack because the whole league knows you have to cut someone. Hope those 5 draft picks all work out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Ray19 View Post

    Every year

    The Raiders are the bestest, they have the most talent, speed everywhere, they are a matchup nightmare for every team, they will dominate, Jason Campbell, err, Carson Palmer, err... Coaches cycled in and cycled out after you tell us all how great each hire was...

    Raiders then suck.

    Any different from the 6-10 Jets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JB1089 View Post
    Who would sign him? I have no idea.

    He's make somewhere between $2-3M as a backup with starting experience.
    +1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jason423 View Post
    The Raiders are pretty much right at the cap limit. The problem with Oakland is that they have sunk a ton of prorated money is bad talent. Dont get me wrong they can create a bunch of cap room (and should do it) but will carry huge sums of dead money which is different than our situation where (with the exception of Sanchez) most of the dead weight doesnt also equal dead cap. Oakland is already northward of $15 million in dead money and will likely create at least another $12 million just to get breathing room and thats assuming they keep Carson Palmer, a trade which set them back 3 or 4 years. To give up a 1st and a 2nd for a guy that was retired, makes a bunch of money, and wasnt good to begin with is insane. They also have Rolando McClain to deal with. Miracles can always happen in the NFL but if there is a team that needs to just blow it up and take their lumps its that one.

    http://www.overthecap.com/teamcap.ph...ders&Year=2013

    http://www.overthecap.com/nfl-cap-space.php?Year=2013
    No Reggie Mckenzie eating up bad contracts he doesn't want to pay in future years. (started last year) Raiders will have a lot of money to play with in 2014. Raiders are in alot better shape this year than compare to last year. There is a plan in place and he following it. His reputation is the draft- that is his baby.

    Reggie trying to get C Palmer to take less money . Don't see a way that C Palmer not their starting Qb in 2013 . To win in this league you need the Qb. C Palmer is good enough to eventually win a championship. Just upgrade the oline and get him a number 1 Wr he can lean on.( That where DHb money they save might go for in Fa or the oline)
    Dennis Allen made a mistake radically changing the offense that wasn't the problem. Back in that system the offense isn't that far off from being very good.

    The defense needs a lot of work and where a lot of there p-icks will go after they address the oline. (could address Oline in FA and concentrate on the defense mostly in the draft. (expect Raiders to move around alot in this draft.
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    NE picks him up to piss us off, Bradey goes down and Sanchez goes on to light it up and brings NE to the SB,,,,,, Why, because that's how it goes for us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamers View Post
    The issue with Oakland is most of their better players are FA and they weren't good to begin with. They have very little cap and these are the starter they are FA this year.

    RB Mike Goodson
    TE Brandon Myers
    P Shane Lechler
    RT Khalif Barnes
    LG Cooper Carlisle
    DT Desmond Bryant
    DL Richard Seymour
    DE Matt Shaughnessy
    LB Omar Gaither
    OLB Philip Wheeler
    CB Joselio Hanson
    KR/CB Coye Francies
    DB Michael Mitchell
    DB Matt Giordano
    KR Phillip Adams

    Answers to that are cut your starting RG, #1WR, K, DT, MLB, and restructure your overpaid starting QB so he is there longer apparently. For trading non of them are worth jack because the whole league knows you have to cut someone. Hope those 5 draft picks all work out.
    There are three players on that List. High priority - 1.desmond Bryant - definitely with no Seymour and possible Kelly you need someone familiar with the defense. 2 Philip wheeler had his best season in a raider uniform and deserves a raise.(will be counted on to make the calls 3 Khalif Barnes- missed alot of 2012 with injury and played with one arm. Was a big difference without him in lineup. Even if they upgrade this position this offseason. Still want him back as swing tackle. Other than that done of those other players `are back breakers.


    Brandon Myers is best5 suited to be a number 2 TE and not a starter . Wouldn't over pay for him as his lack of blocking really hurts the running game and the passing game. I would put andre carter as bigger re signing than Myers. He started to get healthy and a nice guy for the pass rusher they draft to learn from. ( come off the other corner in pass rushing situations)

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    Raider talk? Hahaha. The only team more pathetic then we are. Classic thread.

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