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Ngakoue vs. Khan


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1 minute ago, Butterfield said:

The owner looks way worse in my opinion.  
 

They are even helping to lower the eventual compensation they receive for the guy.  Not very intelligent.  

Yep.  You expect this stuff out of the player.  It's bush league to see it out of a Co-Owner of an NFL team.

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12 minutes ago, Mogglez said:

When a player pulls crap like this you let them rot.  Caving to Yannick's demands tells every other player that these antics he's pulling are a-ok and everyone else should do the same when it comes time to negotiate their contracts.  He's a premium player at a premium position who doesn't want to be there.  Fine.  That doesn't mean he gets to bully the team into trading him for peanuts. 

F*ck him.  Tag him as much as they can until they can get a great offer or until he walks, years taken off his career.

The jaguars have already set the precedent that they will trade unhappy players.  Maybe they should try to make sure their employees aren’t all so unhappy.  
 

Sometimes everyone (in this case the jaguars) needs to look in the mirror and realize that maybe the issue is with themselves and not with everyone else.  They don’t seem to be able to keep anyone happy.  

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21 minutes ago, Butterfield said:

The owner looks way worse in my opinion.  
 

They are even helping to lower the eventual compensation they receive for the guy.  Not very intelligent.  

I agree.  Better to not tweet at him at all.  But it was a good response in theory.  

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1 minute ago, Butterfield said:

The jaguars have already set the precedent that they will trade unhappy players.  Maybe they should try to make sure their employees aren’t all so unhappy.  
 

Sometimes everyone (in this case the jaguars) needs to look in the mirror and realize that maybe the issue is with themselves and not with everyone else.  They don’t seem to be able to keep anyone happy.  

Hard to keep perpetually unhappy people happy. However, that's on the Jaguars scouting process. 

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19 minutes ago, BurnleyJet said:

Imagine if Woody got into it with Adams like this on Twitter. This place would melt down. Threads about “no other team would do this..”

well now there's precedent. 

I understand why players tweet.  But why do coaches and even owners participate?  How could it ever possibly end well for anyone?

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4 minutes ago, Butterfield said:

The jaguars have already set the precedent that they will trade unhappy players.  Maybe they should try to make sure their employees aren’t all so unhappy.  
 

Sometimes everyone (in this case the jaguars) needs to look in the mirror and realize that maybe the issue is with themselves and not with everyone else.  They don’t seem to be able to keep anyone happy.  

How funny that the teams with perennially bad QBs are the ones that can never keep anyone happy.  Put Bortles in NE for 5 straight years and would the "Patriot Way" even be a thing? You don't even need a great QB (see Eli Manning).  You just need to avoid constantly bad.  That's when you see most of the player unhappiness.   Winning helps.

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2 minutes ago, Dcat said:

How funny that the teams with perennially bad QBs are the ones that can never keep anyone happy.  Put Bortles in NE for 5 straight years and would the "Patriot Way" even be a thing? You don't even need a great QB (see Eli Manning).  You just need to avoid constantly bad.  That's when you see most of the player unhappiness.   Winning helps.

Its probably more the fact that bad teams are dysfunctional in more ways than one.  They aren’t good at football, they aren’t good at managing their employees, they probably aren’t good at much.  

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38 minutes ago, Butterfield said:

The owner looks way worse in my opinion.  
 

They are even helping to lower the eventual compensation they receive for the guy.  Not very intelligent.  

It's not even the owner, it's his son who is very involved.

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27 minutes ago, Butterfield said:

Its probably more the fact that bad teams are dysfunctional in more ways than one.  They aren’t good at football, they aren’t good at managing their employees, they probably aren’t good at much.  

Like building an atrocious stadium.

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3 hours ago, Mogglez said:

When a player pulls crap like this you let them rot.  Caving to Yannick's demands tells every other player that these antics he's pulling are a-ok and everyone else should do the same when it comes time to negotiate their contracts.  He's an EXCELLENT premium player at a NONpremium position who doesn't want to be there.  Fine.  That doesn't mean he gets to bully the team into trading him for peanuts. 

F*ck him.  Tag him as much as they can until they can get a great offer or until he walks, years taken off his career.

feasible to substitute Jamal here...  with the above corrections

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7 hours ago, Mogglez said:

When a player pulls crap like this you let them rot.  Caving to Yannick's demands tells every other player that these antics he's pulling are a-ok and everyone else should do the same when it comes time to negotiate their contracts. 

too late. They let Ramsey get away with it and this is the result. 

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Yannick is arguing with Billionaire owners on the Twitter. While Yannick thinks he's the greatest pass rusher since Deacon Jones to people like the Khans he's equivelant to a guy mopping a floor at Walmart on the night shift. 

These people earn his salary in a matter of minutes not seasons. Twitter is literally the dumbest forum EVER! 

"Negative thoughts come to every person. The key is, don't verbalize them. Be positive or be quiet."

Twitter is the exact opposite. Just imagine using Twitter in a heated argument with your wife & having everything in print to review forever, lol. How many times do we see someone DELETE a twitter post just to find out someone has already freeze framed it to travel throughout all Social mediums. Honestly, it's one of the reasons I have no problem trading Adams for the right compensation. 

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19 minutes ago, Jetster said:

Yannick is arguing with Billionaire owners on the Twitter. While Yannick thinks he's the greatest pass rusher since Deacon Jones to people like the Khans he's equivelant to a guy mopping a floor at Walmart on the night shift. 

I'm getting some popcorn to see how this all plays out.  Ngokoue vs Khan on Twitter be like:

 

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