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What the trade means for Kirk Cousins in 2018 | Forum

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smithlucky Oct 31 '17
If Cousins does leave Washington as a free agent in the offseason, the popular assumption was that he would end up in San Francisco. Cousins http://www.newyorkislandersofficialonline.com/Adidas-Jean-francois-Berube-Jersey reportedly clamored to be dealt to the Bay Area during the offseason, given that Washington has shown little interest in signing Cousins to a market-value extension.Adidas NHL Men's David Backes Black Authentic Jersey - #42 Boston Bruins 1917-2017 100th AnniversaryHis fallback plan might have been to play under fellow former Washington offensive coordinator Sean McVay in Los Angeles, but with Jared Goff breaking out after a dismal 2016 campaign, the Rams aren't going to be in the Cousins market. After the Garoppolo trade, Cousins' path out of Washington isn't anywhere near as clear. If both Los Angeles and San Francisco are blocked, Cousins will be down to a few options. The Giants and Steelers could presumably in the market for http://www.officialfootballauthentics.com/denver_broncos-c-34_808.html a quarterback if Eli Manning or Ben Roethlisberger retire. The Jaguars suddenly look like they're a good quarterback away from being one of the best teams in football, given how effectively they can run the ball and hold up on defense. The Broncos and Vikings could clear out cap room and move on from their myriad of possible answers under center if Cousins came calling. The Bills are clearing out space and may move on from Tyrod Taylor. The Browns and Jets will happily throw a dump truck of money at Cousins. (The Cardinals probably won't be able to afford him.) If Cousins hits the market and wants to get paid, he won't lack for suitors. No team might be quite as appealing as the familiarity he sought with Shanahan, though, which strengthens Washington's position. Sure, if Roethlisberger retires, Cousins would be a great replacement, but that's hardly a lock. It's entirely possible that the relationship between Cousins and this Washington administration has been destroyed to the point that Cousins might have no choice but to leave, but if Washington finally makes a real offer to its best quarterback in a generation, Cousins might be more apt Marcus Williams Youth jersey to listen if Garoppolo is entrenched in San Francisco. There's also a scenario in which the 49ers play this beautifully and end up with the quarterback they wanted all along and extra picks in the process. Let's say Cousins doesn't get the franchise tag, hits the market, and wants to play in San Francisco. If Garoppolo plays poorly, the 49ers kept the trade compensation low enough that they can wipe their hands of the deal and just end up with Cousins anyway. (They would theoretically be in line to recoup free-agent compensation, but given that the Niners are likely to be spending in free agency, I doubt they would actually come away with a pick.) If Garoppolo plays well, though, the Niners can do all kinds of things. They can use the franchise tag on Garoppolo and trade him to the highest bidder for what would likely be a much stronger return than a second-round pick. They can sign Garoppolo to an extension with a large first-year roster bonus, pay the bonus, and then deal Garoppolo on what amounts to a friendly contract for an even better trade haul. While the chances your Marcus Williams Youth jersey "COUSINS" 49ers jersey investment will pay off have dropped precipitously, it's too early to rule out anything. Something changed over the past six months for the Patriots. We might not know what happened for a while, but if you believe any of the reports about the sorts of offers the Patriots were expecting to field for Garoppolo this offseason, they played their cards all wrong.http://home.pappasrentals.com/groups/topic/view/group_id/679/topic_id/6071/post_id/6290http://bylonieminelo.pl/forum/viewtopic.php?f=104&t=87202http://www.empor-kamern.de/php-files/forum/viewthread.php?thread_id=42821http://www.homedatingnetwork.com/member/blog_post_view.php?postId=299271
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