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  1. Stout

    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    Bottom line is, the team will extend him this offseason, and I think it's a mistake because it's a year too early for him and we have him under team control. Some on this board agree, many don't, and it doesn't much matter because this regime will get him signed.
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    Oh, so we need to see 9 more seasons of KM before we get to judge him? lol Goalposts moved.
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    Right, which is why I don't want to give him that new contract yet. I'd rather wait and see the answer to the "make or break" situation this season. You're right in that this was pretty much put to bed with the signing of those ridiculous extensions. That doesn't make me think it's a...
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    Well, it's because he's "black, or something" :sarcasm:
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    :biglaugh: Well stated.
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    THE Newcastle United FC thread

    Well, I placed the dumb bet a few weeks ago: The Mags to win the league at +6000 :) Even just finishing top 4 wouldn't have made me much cheddar, so why not shoot for the moon?
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    He's, what, 0-7? 0-8? Something like that in clinching games and the playoffs. That is not a small sample size. He (so far) is an absolute choke artist that puts up good stats. We still don't know if he's screwed his head on right finally. I'd like to know that he's taking the proper approach to...
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    Is KM going 0-fer in clinching and playoff games, in a large sample size, my emotions clouding my judgment. IDGAF about stats. I care about important games. Can he win the big games? The answer thus far is a resounding no. So, to me, if he can't fix that, I also DGAF if he's a top-10 statistical...
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    Stranger Things (Netflix)

    My call? Mike is killed. I think it would be stupid and lazy writing, but i think they go there.
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    Quantum Leap (sequel series)(NBC)

    lol
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    The Orville (Hulu, was Fox)

    I just came to the Orville recently. Starring Seth McFarlane, assuming it was just Family Guy in space, kept me away. I'm glad I finally caved.
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    Clerks III

    Sorry, Kevin, you've burned (smoked) all your cred.
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    Kyler not improving from now absolutely equates to the Titanic, if he's getting paid a crapton of money. What is he, 0-7, 0-8 in clinching games? And 0-1 in the playoffs with a historically bad loss? IDGAF about his stats. Stats mean nothing. Winning in big games means everything. He can't yet...
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    What do we do if we give him that big-money deal and he doesn't make the improvements he needs to make? And a follow up question: What kind of damage control can we do then? What, he'd still be top 10 is the answer? That's like saying, in response to the Titanic sinking under you, "It's still a...
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    Who's The Boss? (sequel series)(Freevee)

    Beat me to the punch! Sorry, but I prefer tiny dancers :D
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    So you don't want to answer? Okay. It has been done, I think, only twice in league history. Certainly not the horrible thing you made it out to be to NOT do so.
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    That is a well-stated position.
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    FTFY. There's no working with those numbers at this point. Those numbers don't lie.
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    You mean they made a mistake by not doing something that's literally not been done before? Talk about trying to narrow the argument! Let me ask you this, and please give an honest, direct answer: What do we do if we give him that big-money deal and he doesn't make the improvements he needs to...
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    Again with the false equivalencies. Not wanting to extend him now isn't "stiffing" him. This implies some kind of entitlement, which isn't there. Signing him after next season--or not, if he can't improve--isn't "stiffing him." He's won exactly no playoff games, nor clinching games, and has...
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    Feel free to think that. I'm comfortable with having team control for 4 more years, if necessary.
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    Five Things I'm Excited About for 2022

    1. Excited to see if KM can be the QB we need him to be. 2. Excited to see what Isaiah Simmons can do with another year under his belt. 3. Excited to see if Hollywood and KM can create magic in the desert. 4. Excited to see if any of our prospects pan out. 5. Excited to see if we can...
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    The alternative is to pay him what is on his contract for a year and see how he is then. Yes, he'll be upset, and will threaten to hold out, blah blah blah, then he'll return to the team and we'll see how he reacts to this kind of adversity. Pretending like it's pay him RIGHT NOW or we lose him...
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    Again, the situation isn't pay him versus get rid of him. The situation is pay him now or wait and see if he gets better. People going chicken little (not casting that shade at you in particular), claiming we have no choice are simply wrong. We really don't have to pay him now. That's just some...
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    Would you pay Kyler 45 mil if this is (basically) his peak?

    But this is a false equivalency. If we don't extend him this offseason, we absolutely don't have to get rid of him and start over. That is in no way the situation. We could control him for 4 more seasons if we wanted to. If he doesn't improve, then whew! We dodged a big bullet. If he does, then...
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